Famous Celebrities From The Past And How They Are Doing Now

Now, how many of us here, who can navigate the web well and get access to articles such as this, can still recognize these classic men and women of Hollywood? Although a great number of us may not anymore recognize most of them, Hollywood, however, cannot deny that there was a time these faces dominated stages, theatres, films, and tv screens. They were so popular back in the days that our parents or even grandparents would’ve owned at least a poster of them in their rooms. Here’s a unique trip down memory lane as we recall and give credit to renowned people from the past. Hush now, as some of them may just act in some of the most recent films and you probably didn’t even tell their faces!


Morgan Freeman won the interstate drama competition at the age of 12 and performed in Nashville in high school. In 1955, Morgan Freeman refused a scholarship to Jackson State University for part of the drama and chose to become a mechanic in the U.S. air force. Morgan Freeman made his debut in an off-Broadway musical in 1967. He also took part in “Hello, Dolly” which was all performed by black people!

Morgan Freeman belongs to Hollywood’s not-so-long list of best actors and talents in all its history. We all would probably recognize him through his fatherly voice as a narrator in most notable movies. You’ll also find, quite surprisingly, that Morgan Freeman is part of the most successful box-office movies from the 80s to the present. He places in the top 10 highest box office stars. In total, he has grossed $4.57 billion for all his combined box office movies.