The first generation of Wayans siblings, including Keenen, Kim, Marlon, Shawn and their six siblings, grew up in abject poverty. Even some members of the family's second generation struggled, but not Damon Wayans Jr. Watch as this stand-up comedian and star of ABC's 'Happy Endings' cracks jokes about his privileged upbringing.
Along with their executive producer uncle Marlon Wayans, Damien Dante Wayans and Craig Wayans work on 'Second Generation Wayans,' writing for and starring in the new hit show on BET. Watch as they tell Oprah how their scripted show, which is loosely based on their lives, exaggerates the ups and downs of being a Wayans.
Members of the Wayans family are well known for their comedic timing and sense of humor. But when Keenen, Kim, Shawn, Marlon, Damon Jr., Damien Dante and Craig sat down with Oprah, Keenen revealed his philosophical side. Watch as he shares the epiphany that helped make him a better person.
In the early '90s, Keenen Ivory Wayans and his brother Damon created 'In Living Color,' an outrageous sketch comedy show that launched the careers of their siblings Kim, Shawn and Marlon, as well as actors like Jim Carrey and Jamie Foxx. Now, almost 20 years after the show got its last laugh, Keenen shares how the experience was like 'lightning in a bottle.'
Oprah sits down for a hilarious afternoon with the Wayans, the first family of comedy. Two generations, including Keenen, Kim, Shawn, Marlon, Damon Jr., Damien Dante and Craig, chat about love, family and the future of comedy.
Moments after wrapping an interview with members of the Wayans family, Oprah gets candid about her painfully hilarious afternoon. Watch as she shares her impressions of brothers Keenen, Shawn and Marlon and reveals why she laughed so much that she hurt. Plus, find out what she learned about mixing business and family.
For nearly 18 years, Beyonce's father, Mathew Knowles, was the guiding force behind his daughter's career. In March 2011, Beyonce announced she was letting her father go as her manager. Find out why she says letting him go was one of the hardest things she's ever done and how her documentary 'Beyonce: Life Is But a Dream' helped her heal.
Before giving birth to her daughter, Blue Ivy, in January 2012, Beyonce suffered a miscarriage -- something she opens up about for the first time in her new documentary, Beyonce: Life Is But a Dream. Now, she tells Oprah why it was the hardest thing she's ever been through, why she kept it a secret and how it affected the way she approached her pregnancy with Blue Ivy.
On January 7, 2012, Beyonce and her husband, Jay-Z, welcomed their daughter, Blue Ivy, to the world. Watch as Beyonce opens up about how pregnancy changed her, why she felt like she was able to communicate with her daughter during childbirth, and what her 13-month-old's personality is like.
Beyonce says there's a time and place for letting the public in on the details of her personal life. Watch as she opens up to Oprah about how she figured out who she was in the prism of fame and why she still struggles with the disease to please.