Formerly referred to as Bruce Jenner, she earned an Olympic precious metal medal in the 1976 decathlon at the summertime Olympics in Montreal. She regained popularity on one of the very most effective reality Television shows of all-time, MAINTAINING The Kardashians. In 2015, she announced her gender modification within an interview with Diane Sawyer. A leg injury she suffered playing football compelled her to give up the activity and concentrate on the decathlon competition. She was a ensemble member on the authorities series Potato chips from 1981 to 1982, playing Official Steve McLeish. She got two sons, Brody and Brandon, with Linda Thompson before marrying Kris Jenner in 1991. She and Kris got two daughters, Kendall and Kylie, after that divorced in early 2015. Caitlyn also offers a son called Burt and a girl called Casey from her initial relationship to Chrystie Crownover. Her step-daughters are actuality TV superstars Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian.
Full Name Caitlyn Jenner
Date Of Birth October 28, 1949
Place Of Birth Mount Kisco, NY
Height 1.88 m
Weight 88 kg
Profession Reality Star
Education Graceland University, Newtown High School
Spouse Kris Jenner, Linda Thompson, Chrystie Jenner
Awards Arthur Ashe Courage Award, Teen Choice Award for Choice Social Media Queen, James E. Sullivan Award, Glamour Award for The Transgender Champion, Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year
Nominations Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Parental Unit
Movies The Trans List, The Hungover Games, Grambling's White Tiger, Can't Stop the Music, The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story, Dorothy Hamill Presents Winners
TV Shows I Am Cait, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, Skating with Celebrities, The Princes of Malibu, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Me and Mom
Star Sign Scorpio
Made the cover of "Playgirl" magazine with then wife Linda Thompson (May 1982).
Glamour Magazine is set to announce on November 3rd that Jenner and Reese Witherspoon have been named Glamour's Women of the Year. Germaine Greer and many women's groups have criticized the decision because Jenner was not born female. [October 22, 2015].
Inducted into the Graceland University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1984.
Son Burt Jenner is named after Caitlyn's late brother, who passed away in a car accident in Canton, Connecticut, in 1976, shortly after his huge success at the Olympics.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has declined to charge Jenner with vehicular manslaughter, citing insufficient evidence, in connection with a four-car accident on February 7th in which the Cadillac Escalade SUV driven by Jenner rear-ended a Lexus, then hit a Prius as it continued down Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. The driver of the Lexus was killed after Jenner's car pushed her car into on-coming traffic, and was hit head-on by a Hummer. A Sheriff's Department investigation found that Jenner was driving too fast on the rain-slicked road. In June, lawsuits by the step-children of the driver of the Lexus, and by the driver of the Prius were filed against Jenner. [September 30, 2015].
Has changed his name and gender legally, and will receive a new birth certificate. [September 25, 2015].
In an interview with Diane Sawyer, then still as Bruce Jenner, in 20/20: Bruce Jenner: The Interview (2015), Jenner came out as a trans woman in the final stages of transitioning. During the interview, as well until her Vanity Fair cover in June 2015, she didn't prefer female pronouns when being addressed or referred to and also talked about her female side in the third-person.
The July 2015 Vanity Fair magazine cover photograph of Caitlyn Jenner by Annie Leibovitz marks the first time a transgender person has made the magazine's cover.
In June of 2015, she completed her public gender transition and introduced herself as Caitlyn Jenner with an article and photo shoot in Vanity Fair magazine.
Is of English, and smaller amounts of Scottish, Irish, Dutch, and Welsh, ancestry.
Despite the urban legend that Caitlyn Jenner (Bruce, at the time) turned down the title role in Superman (1978), the book "The Making of Superman" by David Michael Petrou, and a February 1980 People Magazine article, stated clearly that Jenner auditioned for but, in fact, was never offered the role of "Superman".
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[observation, 2015] For all intents and purposes, I'm a woman.
The ability to grow is directly related to the amount of insecurity you can take in your life.
[appearing in a glamorous photo on the cover of Vanity Fair in 2015] I'm so happy after such a long struggle to be living my true self.
We put so much pressure on kids to excel in school at such a young age.
I always thought everybody else was better than me.
When the time comes for your brain to process the information, the second word comes up faster than the first one. So when it's in your head, all of a sudden, it comes out backwards and you think of the word backwards.
It's about working when nobody's watching.
Our mission for younger people is to do our best to make exercise cool, hip - the thing to do.
It caused more problems as a young kid, because the simple process of perceiving words on a piece of paper was hard for me. Many people think dyslexic people see things backwards. They don't see things backwards.
Nobody has milked one performance better than me - and I'm damned proud of it.
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.
If you're going to dedicate every second to winning the decathlon, what are you doing wasting your time in bed?
I thought everybody else was doing much better than I was.
The truth is everybody does it from time to time. People dial telephone numbers and they get a wrong number only to find that they've read the last two digits backwards. Everybody does it, but dyslexics have this tendency to a higher degree.
Waving the flag at the 1976 Olympics wasn't my idea. It was too much apple pie and ice cream. Not that I don't love my country, but I felt it was my victory up there, I put all the time into it.
I still have nightmares about taking tests.
I learned that the only way you are going to get anywhere in life is to work hard at it. Whether you're a musician, a writer, an athlete or a businessman, there is no getting around it. If you do, you'll win - if you don't, you won't.
First of all, I try to be a positive role model.
The biggest problem with dyslexic kids is not the perceptual problem, it is their perception of themselves. That was my biggest problem.
If you're asking your kids to exercise, then you better do it, too. Practice what you preach.
If I wasn't dyslexic, I probably wouldn't have won the Games. If I had been a better reader, then that would have come easily, sports would have come easily... and I never would have realized that the way you get ahead in life is hard work.
That's the most important thing you do in your life - raise children and try to do the best job as a parent and give your kids the best shot in life to go out there into the big, bad world.
Start early and begin raising the bar throughout the day.
If I had not been dyslexic, I wouldn't have needed sports. I would have been like every other kid. Instead, I found my one thing, and I was never going to let go of it. That little dyslexic kid is always in the back of your head.
If you are dyslexic, your eyes work fine, your brain works fine, but there is a little short circuit in the wire that goes between the eye and the brain. Reading is not a fluid process.
I always felt that my greatest asset was not my physical ability, it was my mental ability.
If you are a kid, reading is really important stuff.
I am from the Kardashian group. We can take anything.
I was growing up in the 50's and 60's. Back then they didn't even know what dyslexia was.
I didn't only have a perceptual problem, I was also so nervous and so upset. The process just didn't work. I lost enthusiasm for school and I flunked second grade. The teachers said I was lazy.
I was a dyslexic kid.
I'm the type of guy who fails and fails and fails, and then, as if failure has become sick of him, succeeds.
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