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Tina Brown
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    (November 21, 1953- )
    Born in Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom
    Edited 'Vanity Fair' (1984-1992)
    Edited the 'New Yorker' (1992-1998)
    Created 'Talk' magazine (1999-2001)
    Hosted 'Topic [A] With Tina Brown' (2003-2005)
    Wrote 'The Diana Chronicles' (2007)
    At age 21, she became involved with her employer, a married man and father 25 years her senior.
    She was accused by many of dumbing down the New Yorker.
    She once asked if Nobel Prize winner Isaac Bashevis Singer was a 'hot' author.
    She gushed over Princess Diana when she was alive but trashed her in 'The Diana Chronicles.'
    She claims that the Council on Foreign Relations is a good place for widows to met men.
    She wrote an award winning play when still in university.
    At age 25 she revived England's 'Tatler' magazine, increasing its circulation by 300%.
    She made 'Vanity Fair' the quintessential 1980's magazine.
    Her admirers include Gore Vidal and Camille Paglia.
    She does not shy away from controversial writers, artists or topics.

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