I think there’s two things that officially qualify you as a “super famous person.” The first thing is starring in a variety of movies and TV shows. You ain’t a member of the Hollywood entertainment elite unless you’ve had starring roles to show off, after all. The second thing, and this is what separates “famous” people from “super famous” people, is being friends with Oprah Winfry. So with these two qualifiers in mind, the first example of a “super famous” person I can think of is Reese Witherspoon.

Not only has Reese Witherspoon attained a decorate career in film in television, she also became bosom buddies with Oprah while they were working together on Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time. Think about this; not only is she a famous actress, she also has a direct line to Oprah’s massive legion of fans. Obviously, there’s going to be some fan overlap there, but that’s still nothing to sneeze at. Not to imply that’s the only reason Reese is friends with Oprah, of course, that’s just a happy bonus. They’re friends because Oprah admires Reese’s career, and Reese admires Oprah’s loving personality. Together, they had a powerful camaraderie that lasted the entirety of A Wrinkle in Time‘s production and beyond.