The latest show of 60 Minutes aired on CBS interviewed "Taxi" star, Marilu Henner who has a rare condition known as superior autobiographical memory.
The 58-year old, famous for her portrayal of Elaine O'Connor Nardo in the show Taxi, revealed that she can remember each and every day of her life and also remembered some of her earliest days when she was a toddler.
Henner was accompanied on the show by four other people who are known to have the rare ability. Doctors were also invited on to the show in order to try and explain the reasons why the condition occurs in some people.
Superior autobiographical memory, also known as Hyperthymestic Syndrome, is an extremely rare condition and just six people in the world are known to be affected by it. Individuals who have the condition can remember smallest of details on any given day that they have personally experienced.