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Born: November 13, 1955 New York City, New York, United States.
Nickname: Da Whoop.
Height: 5' 5" (1.65 m).
Spouse:
-Lyle Trachtenberg (1 October 1994 - October 1995) (divorced).
-David Claessen (1 September 1986 - October 1988) (divorced).
-Alvin Martin (1973 - 1979) (divorced) they have one child.

Whoopi Goldberg biography (bio):
Whoopi Goldberg is an American actress, comedian, radio presenter, and author.
Whoopi Goldberg is one of only ten individuals who have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony Award, counting Daytime Emmy Awards. Whoopi Goldberg is the second African American female performer to win an Academy Award for acting. Whoopi Goldberg has won two Golden Globe Awards. On the August 1, 2007 broadcast of The View, Barbara Walters introduced Goldberg as the show's new moderator as of September 4.
In October 2007, Goldberg announced on Larry King Live that she would be retiring from acting because she is no longer sent scripts.

Early life:
Whoopi Goldberg was born Caryn Elaine Johnson in New York City, daughter of Emma (ne Harris), a nurse and teacher, and Robert James Johnson, a clergyman. Goldberg's mother was a "stern, strong and wise woman" who raised her as a single mother after Goldberg's father had left the family. Her stage name was taken from "whoopee cushion", which she initially used as her stage name. Whoopi Goldberg chose the surname "Goldberg" after Jewish ancestors of hers who bore the surname, having said that "Goldberg's a part of my family somewhere".

Whoopi Goldberg Career:
Whoopi Goldberg's on-screen talent first emerged in 1981-82 in Citizen : I'm Not Losing My Mind, I'm Giving It Away, an avant-garde ensemble feature by San Francisco filmmaker William Farley. Whoopi Goldberg created The Spook Show, a one-woman show devised of different character monologues, in 1983. The self-titled show ran from October 24, 1984 to March 10, 1985 for a total of 156 sold-out performances. Whoopi Goldberg received compliments on her acting from Spielberg, Walker, and music consultant Quincy Jones. The Color Purple was released in the late autumn of 1985 and was a critical and commercial success.

A comedic and dramatic balance, 1986-2007:
Goldberg starred in Penny Marshall's directorial debut, 1986's Jumpin' Jack Flash, and she began a relationship with David Claessen, a director of photography on the set, and the couple married later that year. The movie was a success and during the next two years three additional motion pictures featured Goldberg, Burglar, Fatal Beauty, and The Telephone.As the 1980s concluded, she participated in the numerous HBO specials of Comic Relief with fellow comedians Robin Williams and Billy Crystal.
In January 1990, Whoopi Goldberg starred with Jean Stapleton in the TV situation comedy Bagdad Caf. The show ran for two seasons on CBS. Simultaneously, Goldberg starred in The Long Walk Home, portraying a woman in the Civil Rights Movement. She played a psychic in the 1990 film Ghost, and became the first African-American female to win the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in nearly 50 years.
Whoopi Goldberg starred in Soapdish and had a recurring role on Star Trek: The Next Generation as Guinan which she would reprise in two Star Trek movies. On May 29, 1992, Sister Act was released. The motion pictured grossed well over $100 million dollars and Goldberg was nominated for a Golden Globe. Next, she starred in Sarafina!. During the next year, she hosted a late-night talk show, The Whoopi Goldberg Show and starred in two more motion pictures Made In America and Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit. From 1994 to 1995, Whoopi appeared in Corrina, Corrina, The Lion King (voice), The Pagemaster(voice), Boys on the Side, and Moonlight and Valentino. Whoopi Goldberg released four motion pictures in 1996: Bogus, Eddie, The Associate "the Americanized remake is l'associe with Michel Serrault (French film)" with Dianne Wiest) and Ghosts of Mississippi.
Whoopi Goldberg wrote Book in October 1997, a collection featuring insights and opinions. In November and December of 2005, Whoopi Goldberg revived her one-woman show on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre in honor of its 20th anniversary.
From 1998 to 2001, Whoopi Goldberg took supporting roles in the Angela Bassett vehicle How Stella Got Her Groove Back and Kingdom Come. She starred in the successful ABC versions of Cinderella, A Knight in Camelot, and the TNT Original Movie, Call Me Claus. In 1998, she gained a new audience when she became the "Center Square" on Hollywood Squares, which was hosted by Tom Bergeron. She also served as Executive Producer, for which she was nominated for 4 Emmys. She left the show in 2002. In 2003, Goldberg returned to television starring in the NBC comedy, Whoopi', which was cancelled after one season. Whoopi Goldberg made guest appearances on the Hit CW Network comedy, Everybody Hates Chris, as an elderly character known as Louise Clarkson. She produced the Noggin sitcom Just For Kicks, in early 2006.

Personal life:
At age 18, following Goldberg's marriage to Alvin Martin (who was 16), their first and only child Alexandrea was born c.1973. After Goldberg's divorce from Martin, she moved to California and helped found the San Diego Repertory Company, where she used the stage name Whoopi Cushion. Before succeeding as an actress, she worked as a bank teller, a bricklayer, and as staff in a mortuary. Whoopi Goldberg later went on to marry David Claessen but they divorced in 1988. Whoopi Goldberg later married Lyle Trachtenberg, but their marriage lasted only one year. In 2000, Whoopi broke up with her boyfriend of five years, Frank Langella.

Awards:
Goldberg has received two Academy Award nominations, for The Color Purple and Ghost, winning for Ghost. Whoopi Goldberg has received five Daytime Emmy nominations, winning one. Whoopi Goldberg has received five Emmy nominations. She has received three Golden Globe nominations, winning two. She won a Grammy Award in 1985 and a Tony Award as a producer of the Broadway musical Thoroughly Modern Millie. She has won three People's Choice Awards. In 1999, she received the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Vanguard Award for her continued work in supporting the gay and lesbian community. She has been nominated for five American Comedy Awards with two wins. In 2001, she won the prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center Awards.
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