He's an actor of color, but he hates being called a "black actor." And one of the most talented of his generation. On Friday, Morgan Freeman turns 70 and continues to maintain the active fight against racism in Hollywood and in the rest of the world.
In addition, this militancy was not left out of the roles that he chose throughout his career, which has almost 40 films, in addition to participation in television and in the theater. In "Deep Impact", he put himself in the shoes of the first black president of the United States.
Undoubtedly, one of his most prominent roles was that of "Driving Miss Daisy"; In that excellent film, Freeman was the good, submissive chauffeur to a wealthy, Jewish woman from the United States of the 50s. The role was excellent, and he won an award: a nomination for the best actor Oscar.
In recent years, he participated in the following films: "Give me 10 reasons" (2006), "The Emperor's Journey" (2005) and his memorable participation in "Millon dollar baby" (2004), in which he played a coach boxing.