Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington turned 60 on Sunday. Washington was born Dec. 28, 1954, in Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington turned 60.
Washington, a minister’s son, won an Academy Award for Best Actor for the 2001 film “Training Day,” and an Oscar for best supporting actor in 1989 for “Glory,” about the African-American 54th Massachusetts Regiment that fought in the Civil War.
Washington also directed and starred in “Antwone Fisher,” a 2002 film that touched on the subject of pedophilia by two black women.