DENZEL WASHINGTON, who was recently honored with the AFI's Actor of the Year Award for his performance in Training Day, has accrued an impressive body of work. His recent credits include Jerry Bruckheimer's Remember the Titans and The Bone Collector, directed by Phillip
Noyce. He received a Golden Globe Award and his fourth Academy Award nomination for his performance as Rubin "Hurricane" Carter in Norman Jewison's The Hurricane. Another critically- acclaimed performance was his portrayal of Malcolm X in Spike Lee's biographical epic, Malcolm X, which also earned him an Academy Award nomination.
Among his other credits are Gregory Hoblit's Fallen, Spike Lee's He Got Game,
Edward Zwick's The Siege and Courage Under Fire, Penny Marshall's The
Preacher's Wife, Tony Scott's Crimson Tide as well as the thrillers Virtuosity and
Devil in a Blue Dress. Early in his film career, Washington starred in Norman
Jewison's A Soldier's Story; Sidney Lumet's Power, Richard Attenborough's Cry
Freedom, which earned him his first Oscar nomination; For Queen and Country,
The Mighty Quinn, Heart Condition, Glory, for which he won an Academy Award
for Best Supporting Actor, Spike Lee's Mo' Better Blues, Ricochet and
Mississippi Masala. Additional credits include Kenneth Branagh's Much Ado
About Nothing, Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia and The Pelican Brief.
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