Ellen DeGeneres is an American comedian, actress and talk show host. She starred in the sitcom Ellen, has her own talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and has been in movies like Finding Nemo, Finding Dory, The Love Letter, and more. She has been recognized for her work and charitable efforts with numerous awards like the Presidential Medal of Freedom, People's Choice Awards, and Emmy Awards.
Meryl Streep (1949, New Jersey, USA) is an American actress whose talent has been recognized with 3 Oscars and 8 Golden Globes, among other prizes. Well known for her versatility, she has played in movies like 'Sophie's choice', 'Kramer Vs. Kramer', 'Out of Africa' or 'The bridges of Madison County'.
Serena Williams (1981, Michigan, USA) is an American tennis player, considered the best tennis player of all time. She has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles and 14 Grand Slam doubles titles, all with her sister Venus. She has 39 Grand Slam titles, putting her third on the all-time list and second in the Open Era.
Arundhati Roy (1961, Meghalaya, India) is an Indian writer, actress and political activist. Her debut novel, 'The God of small things' won the Booker Prize in 1997. She is also known for writing and costarring the film 'Annie gives it to those ones'. She is involved in several environmental and human rights causes.
Margaret Atwood (1949, Ontario, Canada) is a novelist, poet, essayist and inventor, as well as environmental activist. In 2000 she won the Man Booker Prize for 'The blind assassin'. She has published 16 novels and 17 poetry books. Her dystopic novel 'The handmaid's tale' was recently adapted to TV by HBO.
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