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Follow the self-made blockbuster music and movie career of David Geffen, who launched Geffen Records and DreamWorks, on Biography.com.

Follow the self-made blockbuster music and movie career of David Geffen, who launched Geffen Records and DreamWorks, on Biography.com.

(L-R): Lou Adler, Britt Ekland, David Geffen, Cher, Jack Nicholson & Angelica Houston at the 1974 Grammys.

(L-R): Lou Adler, Britt Ekland, David Geffen, Cher, Jack Nicholson & Angelica Houston at the 1974 Grammys.

A profile of entertainment mogul David Geffen, who began his career in the William Morris Agency mail room in 1964. Featuring remarks from friends, associates and observers, including Cher, Tom Hanks,

A profile of entertainment mogul David Geffen, who began his career in the William Morris Agency mail room in 1964. Featuring remarks from friends, associates and observers, including Cher, Tom Hanks,

I’ve always thought that each person invented himself. For whatever reasons, through whatever circumstances, through whatever he’s gone through, that we are each a figment of our own imagination, and some people have a greater ability to imagine than others. – David Geffen

I’ve always thought that each person invented himself. For whatever reasons, through whatever circumstances, through whatever he’s gone through, that we are each a figment of our own imagination, and some people have a greater ability to imagine than others. – David Geffen

turned 70-David Geffen, Feb. 21...Became a millionaire in his 20's & then a Billionaire record & movie industry exec. He's been called the most powerful gay person in America..

turned 70-David Geffen, Feb. 21...Became a millionaire in his 20's & then a Billionaire record & movie industry exec. He's been called the most powerful gay person in America..

Biography.com presents operatic tenor Enrico Caruso (1873–1921), an international recording star who participated in the first U.S. public radio broadcast in 1910.

Biography.com presents operatic tenor Enrico Caruso (1873–1921), an international recording star who participated in the first U.S. public radio broadcast in 1910.

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