A statuesque African-American entrepreneur, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth achieved infamy as "the ultimate reality TV villain. " Stealing her season of Donald Trump's "The Apprentice" (NBC, 2004- ), Manigault-Stallworth became the show's most memorable contestant as well as a scandalous one-woman pop culture phenomenon. Although she claimed racism and bad editing were responsible for her depiction, Manigault-Stallworth built a career off her notoriety, which included stints on "The Surreal Life" (The WB, 2003-04; VH1, 2004-06), "Girlfriends" (UPN, 2000-06; The CW, 2006-08) and her own dating show, "The Ultimate Merger" (TV One, 2010- ). She made headlines in the summer of 2012 when she saved the life of her fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan, by administering CPR, and again a few months later when he died of complications from that heart attack. So infamous was Manigault-Stallworth that she not only returned to "The Apprentice" to compete on the celebrity version, famously clashing with British journalist-TV host Piers Morgan, but was brought back a third time for the "all-stars" celebrity edition. Savvy, smart and a survivor to the core, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth was able to build and sustain a lengthy career that outlasted many of her reality TV contemporaries.