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Wanda Sykes says it didn't take her long to decide to have both breasts removed.

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People.com: Wanda Sykes: I Had a Double Mastectomyupdated: Fri Sep 23 2011 13:54:00

Rather than risk a reoccurrence of breast cancer, the comedian underwent radical surgery

Wanda Sykes: I had a double mastectomyupdated: Fri Sep 23 2011 10:40:00

Wanda Sykes being outrageous -- that's expected. But for the actress-comedian to be serious? That's rare. Even when the issue is personal.

Wanda Sykes: Harder being gay than blackupdated: Fri Jun 03 2011 07:13:00

Comedian Wanda Sykes discusses the challenges of being black and gay in America.

Wanda Sykes on coming out: 'I kind of shocked myself'updated: Fri Jun 03 2011 07:13:00

When Piers Morgan asked Wanda Sykes if she meant it when she said earlier it was harder to be gay than to be black, Sykes replied, "To a certain point, yes. I believe that. I'm not talking about the history of African-Americans. I'm talking about at this point right now."

People.com: Wanda Sykes Becomes Mom of Twins!updated: Thu May 14 2009 12:27:00

The comedian's wife, Alex, gives birth to a son and daughter

Wanda Sykes has 2 new tykesupdated: Wed May 13 2009 20:00:00

Comedian-actress Wanda Sykes kept a big secret as she delivered her controversial speech at the White House Correspondents' Dinner last weekend.

People.com: Mel Gibson to Help Jay Leno Say Farewellupdated: Thu May 07 2009 18:28:00

The actor-filmmaker is on the guest roster for the Tonight host's last week

People.com: Wanda Sykes Proclaims, 'I'm Proud to Be Gay'updated: Mon Nov 17 2008 18:09:00

The New Adventures of Old Christine star comes out during a Prop 8 protest

Robin Williams plays Baghdadupdated: Mon Jul 02 2007 22:22:00

Robin Williams plays Baghdad

Review: Nature triumphs in 'Over the Hedge'updated: Fri May 19 2006 09:53:00

Don't get me wrong, I laughed like a [insert laughing animal of choice here] throughout "Over the Hedge," the latest DreamWorks Animation project to provide career rejuvenation for famous-name actors employed to voice the neuroses of raccoons, porcupines, skunks, squirrels, possums and turtles lost in suburbia.

Review: Fonda up, J.Lo down in 'Monster'updated: Fri May 13 2005 09:48:00

Jennifer Lopez is a multi-talented, beautiful woman. When she picks the right material -- such as "Selena" or "Out of Sight" -- she also shows she's a very capable actress.

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