Sidney Poitier: Won a Oscar for “Lilies of the Field” in 1963, becoming the first person of color to win for a leading role!!! Poitier maintained activity on stage, on screen, and in the Civil Rights movement. It should be noted that his roles in “Guess Who's Coming to Dinner” (1967) and “To Sir, with Love “(1967) were for their time landmarks in the breaking down of social barriers. He is one of my hero's!!

Sidney Poitier: Won a Oscar for “Lilies of the Field” in 1963, becoming the first person of color to win for a leading role!!! Poitier maintained activity on stage, on screen, and in the Civil Rights movement. It should be noted that his roles in “Guess Who's Coming to Dinner” (1967) and “To Sir, with Love “(1967) were for their time landmarks in the breaking down of social barriers. He is one of my hero's!!

Photo by Frank Siteman – Orson Welles at the Orson Welles Cinema in Cambridge, MA, USA 1978.

Photo by Frank Siteman – Orson Welles at the Orson Welles Cinema in Cambridge, MA, USA 1978.

I find the fact that he can sew and his serious face and white socks to be very attractive. Who said men can't be creative and still look just as manly and handsome doing it.

I find the fact that he can sew and his serious face and white socks to be very attractive. Who said men can't be creative and still look just as manly and handsome doing it.

-- Close your eyes and dream away.... Robin Williams  [July 29th 1951 - August 11th 2014] What an amazing man he was..

-- Close your eyes and dream away.... Robin Williams [July 29th 1951 - August 11th 2014] What an amazing man he was..

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