Morgan Freeman

The movie star also revealed why he doesn't subscribe to the term "African American."
The Oscar-winning actor was part of a seven-member panel that interviewed nine potential officers for the Gulf Shores Police Department last week.
“I don’t understand, to tell you the truth, anyone who has some issues with the idea of being vaccinated against this scourge, you know?”
Morgan Freeman starred as Clark in the 1989 film that was loosely based on his tenure at Eastside High School.
“Our lives quite literally depend on it," the actor warns in a new ad for the NAACP.
"Though I am gone, I urge you to answer the highest calling of your heart and stand up for what you truly believe."
"Coffee & Kareem" and "Angel Has Fallen" top the list.
The "Will & Grace" star teased the two legends with a funny one-liner, but they weren't having it.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner took the incident in stride.
"It is not right to equate horrific incidents of sexual assault with misplaced compliments or humor," he said in a statement.