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What was Morgan Freeman first movie? At what age did Morgan Freeman start acting?

Morgan Freeman was born on June 1, 1937, in Memphis, Tennessee to Mayme Edna and Morgan Porterfield Freeman. He is the fifth of five children. Morgan lived with his maternal grandmother in Charleston, Mississippi, after his parents relocated to Chicago for work. When he was six, his grandmother died, and he moved to Chicago to be with his mother, who had separated from his father at the time. They returned to Tennessee in the end.

Morgan made his directorial debut with Paramount Pictures’ “Bopha!” in 1993. His only other directing work to date has been for three episodes of Madam Secretary. Morgan is frequently chosen for narration work due to his distinctive, booming voice. He narrated War of the Worlds and the documentary March of the Penguins in 2005, and he later did voice work for the 2014 film The Lego Movie. In 2010, he took over as the voice intro for the CBS Evening News from Walter Cronkite. He also hosts and narrates the Discovery Channel physics show “Through the Wormhole.” Until 2018, Freeman provided narration for a number of popular Visa commercials.

What was Morgan Freeman’s first movie?

Freeman first appeared on television as a variety of characters, including “Easy Reader.”

At what age did Morgan Freeman start acting?

At the age of nine, Freeman made his acting debut as the lead in a school play. In Mississippi, he then attended Broad Street High School, which is now Threadgill Elementary School.