Morgan Freeman’s Key to Life: ‘Stick-to-itivity’
Morgan Freeman can’t remember the last time he had to audition for a movie role. During a cover shoot for AARP The Magazine, the Oscar winner talks about the importance of showing older people in films, and his key to success in life.
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