by Thomas DiChiara
Oprah Winfrey can turn an unknown novelist into a New York Times bestseller almost overnight, simply by adding the writer's work to her famed Book Club. So if getting the daytime TV goddess' endorsement for one's book is...
by Monika Bartyzel
And here's... part two! Professional wonderman Ken Jeong, who just so happens to be a doctor as well as a comedian, has nabbed himself another high-profile gig. You probably recognize him as the pain-in-the-arse doc from...
African-American comedian Sherri Shepherd debuted on the small screen in the mid-'90s, with appearances on such popular series programs as Friends, Emeril, and Less Than Perfect -- typically as aggressive and outspoken, spunky women. Read Full Biography