(October 28, 1949- )
Born in Mount Kisco, New York
Olympic Gold Medal Decathlon champion (July 30, 1976)
Member of Olympic Hall of Fame (1986)
Sports commentator (ABC, NBC)
Wrote 'Decathlon Challenge: Bruce Jenner's Story,' 'Bruce Jenner's Viewer's Guide to the Olympics,' 'The Teenage Guide to Fitness' and 'Finding the Champion Within'
Announced he was transitioning to life as a woman (February 2015); debuted as Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair (June 1, 2015)
Sued for his involvement in a fatal car accident (May 1, 2015)
Why she might be annoying
He is twice divorced.
His first wife, Chrystie, worked as an airline stewardess for United, so he could train for the Olympics. He became an Olympic champ and later divorced her (1972-80). He got her pregnant during their separation.
He said: 'Don't let the press feel too bad for Chrystie. She's going to be financially set for the rest of her life.'
He won Father of the Year award. (Huh? He was married three times! - 1986).
He has ten children. His kids are Kendall, Kourtney, Kimberly, Khloe, Casey, Robert, Burt, Brandon and Brody.
He divorced his second wife, Elvis' ex-sweetheart Linda Thompson (1981-85).
He and wife Kris do 'SuperFit with Bruce and Kris Jenner' infomercials. Some of his infomercial products he hawks are SuperStep, StairClimber Plus, Minimax, PowerWalk Plus, Minimax Plus and PowerTrainer.
He named his corporation '8618' (the number of points he scored in the decathlon).
He acted in 'Can't Stop the Music' with The Village People.
The Bruce Jenner sneaker was made by Buster Brown.
His childhood nickname was 'Bruiser.'
He flunked second grade (It was later realized that dyslexia may have been the cause).
He took 57 vitamin pills per day while training for the Decathlon. He now pigs out on fast foods.
He had a nose job.
Why she might not be annoying
He said: 'I spent twelve years training for a career that was over in a week. Joe Namath spent one week training for a career that lasted twelve years.'
He is famed for waving the stars and stripes after winning the Decathlon, he admits it was not his idea.
As a kid, his family moved every four or five years.
His father, Bill, won a silver medal in the U.S. Army Olympics 100m dash in Nuremberg, Germany (1945).
His grandfather was a fixture at the Boston Marathon.
He is dyslexic.
He helps out with the Special Olympics and the President's Council on Physical Fitness.
He tested for the role of Superman but was turned down.
SF D.A. Joe Freitas sued him for deceptive-advertising when he said he ate lots of Wheaties growing up. Jenner made him look like a fool when he said: 'I ate Wheaties. Ask my mother. Mothers never lie.'
His high school athletics went almost unnoticed, he received only a $500 scholarship offer from Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa.
He failed his draft physical.
He finish unexpectedly tenth place in the 1972 Olympics.
After winning the decathlon, his speaking fee rose from $50 to $7,500.
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