Famous Talk Show Hosts
Since the early days of television, talk show hosts have been among the most popular personalities in the medium. From TV pioneers like Jack Paar and Johnny Carson to daytime legends like Phil Donahue and Oprah Winfrey to late night talkers like Jon Stewart and Jimmy Kimmel, here is a look at the famous hosts who have talked the talk on TV.
Featured Famous Talk Show Hosts
Explore full biographies, photos and videos of some of the world's most famous talk show hosts.
Film Actress, Entrepreneur, Producer, Philanthropist, Talk Show Host, Television Producer / 1954 -
Billionaire Oprah Winfrey has hosted her own internationally popular talk show since 1986. She is also an actress, philanthropist, publisher, and producer.
Film Actress, Television Actress, Comedian, Talk Show Host / 1955 -Whoopi Goldberg is a Grammy-Award winning comedienne, an actress, a human rights advocate, and TV host of the daytime talk show The View.
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profile name: Oprah Winfrey profile occupation: Film Actress, Entrepreneur, Producer, Philanthropist, Talk Show Host, Television Producer
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profile name: Ellen DeGeneres profile occupation: Animal Rights Activist, Comedian, Talk Show Host
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profile name: Jon Stewart profile occupation: Comedian, Talk Show Host, Writer
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profile name: Tyra Banks profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Model, Talk Show Host
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profile name: Rosie O'Donnell profile occupation: Film Actress, Comedian, Talk Show Host
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profile name: Whoopi Goldberg profile occupation: Film Actress, Television Actress, Comedian, Talk Show Host
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