Are you ever curious about the real lives of politicians, celebrities and athletes? Who are their mentors and who would they really like to meet? What's in their fridge?
Each Tuesday, ABC Action News asks the same 10 questions of leaders and celebrities. They're fun questions that let you get to know the person.
In this week's profile, we're excited to hear from ABC News Anchor, George Stephanopoulos.
Stephanopoulos is co-anchor of ABC's "Good Morning America" and the network's chief political correspondent. You can watch GMA every weekday morning from 7-9 a.m on ABC ACTION NEWS
Prior to joining ABC News, Stephanopoulos served in the Clinton administration as a senior adviser. He is also the author of, "All Too Human, a No. 1 New York Times bestseller based on President Bill Clinton's first term.
But you might be interested to know, public speaking or politics is not the only thing Stephanopoulos studied in school, it's all part of this week's 10 questions! Read more.....
1.) What is your favorite movie or song?
2. Do have a smartphone? If so, what is your favorite app?
Gulp. Don't use one. All about iPad
3. What's the best gift you ever got?
A puppy from my wife
5.) If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
Too superstitious -- and grateful -- to think that way
6.) What do you consider your greatest success?
Starting a family. George and his wife Alexandra have two daughters, Elliott and Harper.
7.) Tell us something most people don't know
In high school some friends called me "Oge". Still don't know what it means
He also holds a master's degree in theology from Balliol College, Oxford University, England, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia University and graduated summa cum laude in political science.
8.) If you could have dinner with any three people living or dead who would they be?
Jesus, Hitler and Helen of Troy -- together
9.) What is in your fridge right now?
A lot more than when I was a bachelor!
10.) What is the last book you read?
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