Denzel Washington: ‘Movies Are Not Difficult. Send Your Son to Iraq. That’s Difficult.’

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Denzel Washington: ‘Movies Are Not Difficult. Send Your Son to Iraq. That’s Difficult.’

Denzel Washington worked as a postman and a garbageman before he became an Oscar-winning actor and director. He’s now an A-list movie star, but he’s never forgotten his humble roots or the importance of a good work ethic — and he’s never lost his perspective and gratitude, especially for the sacrifices others make on his behalf.

Listen to him talk about his past jobs and how he doesn’t “get it twisted” when it comes to Hollywood…






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