Acting legend Morgan Freeman’s SAG Life Achievement Award win is a lesson that all great things always take time.
America’s darling, 80-year-old actor Morgan Freeman finally received Hollywood’s appreciation, and was honored with the SAG Life Achievement Award.
Freeman got his big break somewhere after 50, unlike some of his predecessors, such as actress Elizabeth Taylor and genius Gene Kelly.
The ‘Seven’ legend explains how he wanted to break every pattern and stereotype there ever was about African-Americans.
He felt it was time for a revolution, and case in point, he made it happen.
Morgan has a serious drinking phase, from which he recovered in time.
He got every praise from the media and papers, labeling him the next ‘big one.’
For the past three decades, Morgan Freeman
was the leading face when it came to seriously appealing roles. He set himself
on a path paved with success and ambition, backed by immense talents.
It wasn’t long before people start taking notice and acknowledging Freeman as one of the most talented and well-presented actors of the day. With an array of blockbusters and movie evergreens behind, it would be difficult to imagine Freeman not getting this award.
Starring in movies like “Bruce Almighty,’ ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ and ‘Deep Impact,’ one simply cannot take anything from Freeman, in terms of skills and performance.
All we have to say right now is ‘Good
riddance, Mr. Freeman, you did good.’
Based on materials: variety.com