There was a child prodigy who spoke his first words at 4-months old and graduate college at the age of 10!
His name is Michael Kearney and for a while he had the youngest postgraduate ever. Michael was diagnosed with ADHD but his parents refused the medication. He spoke his first words when he was 4 months old. At 6 months, he told his pediatrician "I have a left ear infection," and learned how to read at 10 months.
When he was 4, he was given a multiple choice diagnostic test for the Johns Hopkins precocious math program. He didn't study for it, and got a perfect score.
He graduated high school when he was 6, and then enrolled in Junior college, where he graduated with an Associate of Science in Geology at the age of 8. He then went on to the University of Alabama, where he got a bachelor's in anthropology at the age of 10. Then, at the age of 14, he got a masters in biochemistry.
He's been a contestant in some game shows, including Gold Rush, where he won $1,000,000. He was also on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, but there he only won $25,000.