Birth Name: Arianna Huffington
Born Ariana Stassinopoulous in Athens, Greece on July 15, 1950, she was the daughter of journalist Konstantinos Stassinopoulous, and began distinguishing herself in academics while still in her teens. A MA graduate in economics from Cambridge University, she was the first foreign-born student and third female to preside over the Cambridge Union Society, the school's esteemed debate society. That status made her a popular guest on radio and television game shows and programs devoted to political discussion, like Radio 4's "Any Questions?" and "Face the Music" (BBC, 1966-1979; 1983-84; 2007). She also penned her first book in 1974, The Female Woman, which concerned the change in women's roles....
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