Ellen DeGeneres is an American comedian, actress, television host, and producer. She was born on January 26, 1958, in Metairie, Louisiana, USA. Ellen’s wit, humor, and charisma have made her a prominent figure in the entertainment industry. Ellen DeGeneres began her stand-up comedy career in the early 1980s and quickly gained popularity with her observational humor and relatable comedic style. She became the first female comedian to be invited to join Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show” in 1986, which marked a significant milestone in her career. In 1994, Ellen starred in the sitcom “Ellen,” where she portrayed Ellen Morgan, a bookstore owner who later comes out as gay. The show made history when Ellen’s character came out in the now-famous “Puppy Episode,” making it one of the first times a lead character on a primetime TV show openly identified as gay. The episode also coincided with Ellen DeGeneres’s own…