Sidney Poitier: Won a Oscar for “Lilies of the Field” in 1963, becoming the first person of color to win for a leading role!!! Poitier maintained activity on stage, on screen, and in the Civil Rights movement. It should be noted that his roles in “Guess Who's Coming to Dinner” (1967) and “To Sir, with Love “(1967) were for their time landmarks in the breaking down of social barriers. He is one of my hero's!!

Sir Sidney Poitier, is an American-born Bahamian actor, film director, author, and diplomat. In Poitier became the first black person to win an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Lilies of the Field.

Sir Sidney Poitier in 1963, became the first black person to win an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Lilies of the Field. The significance of this achievement was later bolstered in 1967 when he starred in three successful films: To Sir, with Love; In the Heat of the Night. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Poitier among the Greatest Male Stars of All Time, ranking 22nd on the list of 25

Sidney Poitier waiting at the train station in his role as Det. Virgil Tibbs in the 1967 film “In The Heat of Night” ” amo esse homem ”

Sidney Poitier, American actor.

Sidney Poitier and isn't he one handsome guy with his crooked smile giving only a peek of his beautiful set of teeth! A great shot, he's so proud, so confident in a mellow manner. AND not clean shaven, which was considered bumlike in those days.

Danny Kaye 1913-1987 (Age 74) Died from a heart attack following a bout  of hepatitis

This is talent kids-song and dance man, Danny Kaye Publicity Shot for the Kid from Brooklyn, Samuel Goldwyn Productions, 1946 Premium Poster

Christopher Walken

Black and white photos of actors, focusing on the creative and unique aspect and structure of the photo itself and the person being photographed. **I do not own these photos** Black & White Actresses.

Zdjęcie użytkownika Photo'graffiti.

Bruce Willis by Michael Muller. Beautiful black and white photo. Oh, and it doesn't hurt that it's Bruce.

cooler than me.

Sidney Poitier- one of my all time favorite actors--Sidney served in the Army--He lied about his age (to get in-- and then he faked insanity--to get out--I guess that is how you learn to act!

Sidney Poitier (b. 1927-) grew up poor in the Bahamas as a son of farmers. At 15, he was sent to Miami to live w his brother, to avoid delinquency in Bahamas. The racial chasm in the U.S. shocked him; he vowed to overcome it. At 18, he went to NYC, did menial jobs, then, the Negro Theatre. He worked hard to lose his accent and learn acting. By 1950, he was offered leading stage & film roles. In ’63, he won the Oscar for ‘Lilies of the Field’.

Sidney Poitier won Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Homer Smith in Lilies of the Field Very Well Deserved

Resultado de imagen para actores famosos antiguos

Robert Mitchum the ultimate 'cool guy'. American film actor, author, composer and singer, he is listed as on the American Film Institute's list of the greatest male American screen legends of all time.

Portrait Photography Sydney Model Portfolios Corporate Headshots Sydney - actor-headshots

Portrait Photography Sydney Model Portfolios Corporate Headshots Sydney - actor-headshots hair out of the face- but with same black background.

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