Morgan J. Freeman


Morgan J. Freeman’s first feature film, Hurricane Streets (1997), won Best Director, Best Cinematography, and the Audience Award (the first film to win three awards) at the Sundance Film Festival. Freeman’s next film, Desert Blue (1998), was an independent comedy. Freeman’s other credits include The Cherry Picker (2000) (which he wrote and directed), “Dawson's Creek” (2001 episodes), American Psycho 2 (2001), and Piggy Banks (2003). Freeman also produced the hit series “Laguna Beach” (2004) and “Maui Fever” (2007) for MTV. Freeman has also directed his latest feature Homecoming (2008).