10 Things You Didnt Know About The Views Sherri Sheperd! (PHOTOS)

Sherri in Chicago

While “The Talk” over at CBS might be getting all the attention these days for reshuffling their co-host line-up, let’s not forget the ladies over at ABC who first revolutionized daytime chat fests.

“The View’s” Sherri Sheperd is one of the most outspoken ladies on daytime talk, and with her humor, wit, and open honesty about her private life, she’s one of the most likeable women on the show as well.

Check out our gallery of the top ten things you probably didn’t know about this actress and comedienne and tell us what you think!


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    Sherri is quoted as saying, "I've never voted for anything in my life."
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    Sherri is good friends with The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
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    [on her experiences with the audiences, while co-hosting "The View"]: "I have talked about everything in my life on The View: "It's really cathartic for me to be able to talk about myself, and through me talking about it, I've seen it just helps women."
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    Shepherd was criticized heavily after the September 18, 2007 broadcast of The View, in which she stated that she didn't "believe in evolution. Period."
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    Similar criticism erupted after the December 4, 2007 broadcast of The View when, during a discussion initiated by Joy Behar about Epicurus, Shepherd attempted to assert that Christians existed in classical Greece, and that the Greeks threw them to the lions. When confronted on this point, she further claimed that "Jesus came first" (before Greeks and Romans) and stated, "I don't think anything predated Christians."
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    Sherri was born in Chicago, Ill. and is the eldest of three sisters.
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    Released a book, "Permission Slips: Every Women's Guide to Give Herself a Break."
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    [Prior to promoting her new book while starring in her new comedy series, she says]: "I've always liked the fact that I could make people laugh at crazy stuff that has happened to me. If it makes you feel better at me falling down the stairs...then I'm going to do it."
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    Not leaving her stand-up roots, Sherri still performs regularly at the Comedy Store, the Laugh Factory and the Improv.
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    Sherri started her stand-up career in 1990 while working in Beverly Hills as a legal secretary.




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