Someone once asked me, is it true black don’t crack? All I said was “it’s in our gene.” Being black isn’t about skin color or complexion, it’s a movement. I can say black people are the ones who are mostly synchronized with their struggles, principles, background and culture. There is a sense of uniqueness in every black person in the world. With this, I present to you Denzel Washington.I know there might be a lot of questions as to why I am choosing to write about Denzel Washington on the Hall of Fame. But good looks, uniqueness and being black equals all shade of sexiness for me, and Denzel has definitely got all those qualities.
Denzel Hayes Washington Jr. is an American actor, director and producer. He has received three Golden Globe Awards, a Tony Award, and two Academy Awards. He was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and made his screen acting debut in 1977.
I know Washington in a shirt and suit and tie speaks all shades of sexiness, but shirtless Washington is hot, steaming hot. His full, well built body with distinct muscles are just perfect. His low-cut hair, full eyebrow, short beards and mustache and beautiful eyes are magnificent and splendid. It is easy to see the genuineness of Washington’s looks away from the cameras and photo effects. At 65 years, Washington is still a model for class, style and glamour.Some of his works includes: Training day, Fences, Man on Fire, The Equalizer, American Gangster. Washington is known for putting his heart and soul to every movie role he acts, directs or produce. No wonder they are always nominated and winning numerous awards.
Keep making the black community proud Denzel Washington.