The odds of giving birth to quadruplets without fertility drugs is 1 in 11 million, but that's exactly what happened to Brenda Furtick. In 1990, Brenda welcomed identical sons Victor, Jason, Kevin and Keith into the world. The boys first appeared on The Oprah Show when they were just 10 years old.
The Furtick quads had become familiar faces to many Americans thanks to appearances in commercials for companies like Wendy's, Levi's Jeans and Nationwide Insurance. Over the years, they've grown from young boys with their own secret language to pre-teens teasing each other about girls to college freshmen, separated for the first time.
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Jason, who goes to school in Ohio, says being away from his brothers, who all live in New York City, can be lonely. "There isn't a day that goes by that I don’t question my decision. But, essentially, I had to do it for me, and they understand that," he says. "Growing up with them, it was always difficult for us to actually create an identity."