Next, he was cast opposite in 1996's , a period drama based on the.
Besides film, Freeman worked on other projects.
As usual, the white male floats like fat to the top of the melting pot.
Freeman said that his voice developed in this way while taking speech classes in college; he found that most people speak in a voice either too fast or too high and he developed a commanding voice by speaking in a lower octave and enunciating each word.
However, there are obstacles in way.
Initially assigned to only menial tasks, the regiment earns its place in the battle and achieves glory at Fort Wagner.
On November 12, 2014, he was bestowed the honor of by the.
In 1992, he appeared in 's western , which won four Academy Awards including.