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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 16 February 1964San Francisco, California, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Cynthia Garrett was born on February 16th in San Francisco, California. She is married and has one son. Cynthia graduated from USC School of Law in Southern California and received a degree in comparative law from Oxford University in England. She rose rapidly as a television host & personality, first on VH1, then going on to host a variety of network morning, afternoon, daytime and late night, shows and specials. Cynthia was the first African American woman to ever front a network late night show when the NBC franchise became Later with Cynthia Garrett in 1999. Cynthia, can be seen all around the globe hosting The London Sessions w/ Cynthia Garrett and The Mini Sessions w/ Cynthia Garrett; a powerful and successful franchise of faith based TV programs that empower women and men throughout England, Europe, Africa, and South America. A coveted speaker, preacher, personality, host, and author, Cynthia has amassed millions of followers internationally who vibe to her relatable way of walking out life with faith today. She calls her flagship one hour talkshow, The London Sessions; a walkshow and not just another talkshow!

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Cynthia Garrett

Trivia (9)

On-air personality and host on VH1.
National co-host of the Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy Telethon.
Established a small L.A. newspaper and produced a demo talk show modeled after 'The Tonight Show', with skits and interviews.
Earned a law degree from USC and studied comparative law at Oxford.
Hosted ABC's 'In Concert' series.
TV personality on the TV Guide Channel (2003)
She is the stepsister of Lenny Kravitz.
Hosted the Scandinavian version of America's Next Top Model (2003) in 2005.
Is one of the hosts of a new daytime talk show called Life & Style (2004). [September 2004]

Personal Quotes (2)

"I'd love to be NBC's next Bill Cosby".
I'd like to be the first African-American woman hired by a network as host of a late-night talk show.

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