GAY ICON NOMINEE: WHOOPI GOLDBERG Goldberg, nee Caryn Johnson, came to prominence in the early 80’s via her one-woman Broadway show, directed by Mike Nichols.From there, she made her official screen debut in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Alice Walker’s , playing Celie, the abused Southern wife of Mister (Danny Glover), who only discovers that she is beautiful and desirable in the arms of her husband’s mistress, Shug Avery (Margaret Avery).Though Goldberg’s character Jane spends much of the movie chastely pining for Parker’s HIV character, Robin, the film was still noteworthy in its portrayal of female friendship (always rare at the box office) and the wider lesbian community of the Southwest, specifically New Mexico (complete with a cameo by the Indigo Girls). and deciding whether or not Rachel and Kurt were worthy of their performing-arts dreams at NYADA.
That sounds huge, but it's only halfway to the $5 mil she was getting paid just two years ago before her salary got cut.
The source says: In case you needed it, here's more proof that Bill O'Reilly is the worst (if you're not including Donald Trump, that is).
Not to mention, wait until you see where he may have gotten the info…
It seems like there’s some sort of drama with The View’s co-host panel every few years. ” Goldberg added that she’s not involved in any casting decisions. And that’s what I try to do.” The EGOT winner said she plugs her ears when people discuss rumored replacements for her co-hosts.
to make a rare stop at DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center on January 25, 2013.