Jamie Foxx says that while preparing for his Oscar-winning turn as musician Ray Charles, he had the chance to play piano with the legend himself. During that session, Jamie says, Ray taught him a lesson he now bases his life around. Find out why he works hard to always play the right notes in life.
In his latest epic role, Jamie Foxx plays Django, a slave who goes on a mission to rescue his wife from a sadistic plantation owner, brought to life by Leonardo DiCaprio. At first, Jamie says, Leonardo was uncomfortable with the script's racial epithets. Find out how these actors overcame that challenge and immersed themselves in their roles.
In her first television interview, Jamie Foxx's 18-year-old daughter Corinne opens up about introducing her father to her boyfriend. Find out why she was nervous and how Jamie feels about his daughter's choice in men.
Whether he's onscreen or onstage, Jamie Foxx exudes self-confidence and swagger. But in reality, Jamie admits that he constantly doubts himself. Watch as he tells Oprah why he second-guesses many of his decisions.
Oprah sits down with legendary late-night talk show host David Letterman. In this rare interview, David discusses his rival, Jay Leno; his public sex scandal; and how he repaired his marriage. Plus, David opens up about his battle with depression.
The most in-depth interview Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx has ever given continues. Now, Jamie opens up about self-doubt, family and more. Plus, for the first time ever, Jamie's daughter Corinne sits down for an interview.
Jamie Foxx got his big break in 1991 when he became a regular cast member on the outrageous sketch comedy show In Living Color. Before then, he says, he was never sure that there would be greater days ahead. Find out why he was grateful for what he had at the moment. Then, watch as Jamie tells Oprah how one female audience member helped him get back on track (and get back to the gym) during his stand-up days.
When Jamie Foxx first met Al Pacino, he says, Al looked "like Scarface and [the] Godfather at the same time." Then, Jamie says, Al offered him a drink. Find out what surprising beverage the acting legend offered a very nervous Jamie.
Born Eric Marlon Bishop, Jamie Foxx was just 7 months old when his parents split and left him to be raised by his grandmother, Estelle Talley. Watch as Jamie opens up about his grandmother, the woman who encouraged him to learn to play classical piano. Plus, Jamie shares a story about the night he decided to leave Texas.
The night Jamie Foxx won an Oscar for his portrayal of Ray Charles in the movie Ray, Oprah was seated right behind him. Find out what advice she gave Jamie before his name was called. Plus, Jamie reveals how legendary actor Sidney Poitier changed his trajectory in Hollywood.