Anderson Cooper: the tragedies in his life that made the MAN

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      If you follow CNN you know Anderson Cooper, Anderson Cooper is the anchor of AC360 and contributing correspondent for 60 minutes. He is currently here in the Philippines for seeing the distraction brought by Typhoon Haiyan and its aftermath. But what makes Anderson Cooper who he is today.

        Anderson Hays Cooper is born on June 3, 1967 in New York City to American heiress Gloria Morgan-Vanderbilt and his writer husband Wyatt Emory-Cooper and younger brother to Carter Vanderbilt-Cooper. He came from a rich family, with nothing to doubt about that, but he tragedies in his life shape Anderson to who he is today, the first tragedy came when his father died on January 5 1978 he died while on an operating table during a heart surgery. That terrible event made Anderson more resilient; he started to model, [to be more financially independent] and from 10 to 14 years old. And he went on to go to Yale University and studied Political Science, when he is about 21 years old his older brother Carter jump of the balcony of their flat in Manhattan NY, That one sad event made him want to go wars. He went to Somalia, Sarajevo, Rwanda and Vietnam.

   That two events change him forever.

         THANK YOU FOR  BEING IN THE PHILIPPINES

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