Forest Whitaker – Reflecting on His Most Significant Roles | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on November 13, 2020

Forest Whitaker recalls his favorite roles, reflects on the loss of Chadwick Boseman and discusses his upcoming Netflix film “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey.” #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #ForestWhitaker

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20 comments

  • Frank Moses 2 years ago

    Saw Gerrera.

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  • Jim Sanders 2 years ago

    Detroit council gave $1 million to poll worker firm tied to jailed ex-Mayor, used in other elections
    https://youtu.be/VibPSk6IXK8

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  • CiCi Knight 2 years ago

    Absolutely! Love this bro!

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  • candy girlll 2 years ago

    “I promised the king I wouldn’t say anything”, “I AM YOUR KING!”

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  • Truth Unfolded 2 years ago

    Do not forget he narrated the Twilight Zone

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  • Tazz hardwick 2 years ago

    Damn dude isn’t aging

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  • C L 2 years ago

    Twilight Zone

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  • Lenwood Cruze 2 years ago

    When I see Forest Whitaker in a movie I’m more prone to watch it.

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  • Bonnie Allan 2 years ago

    I loved Forrest in an old remake of 2 of Steinbeck’s stories, ‘Cannery Row’. The beautiful character ,Hazel, he played is still in my heart today. Wonderful actor, thanks

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  • Vero Vasz 2 years ago

    Bill 23-171. Medical procedures on children without PARENTAL CONSENT OR KNOWLEDGE. Blue Nazis hate us more.

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  • Vero Vasz 2 years ago

    Bill 23-171. Sterilization program starts at 11 years of age.

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  • Vero Vasz 2 years ago

    Mephisto!

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  • RONALD 2 years ago

    It doesn’t even look like him. He looks healthy. He looks at peace.

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  • Love Life 2 years ago

    Forest has such a calm voice! And he changes so much in the movies he stars in.

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  • Keith 2 years ago

    One of my favorites is; 1999 “Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai.” It’s shame they did not do part 2. Would love to be involved.

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  • Geraldine Gaggia 2 years ago

    What a beautiful person!

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  • angela14962002 2 years ago

    <3

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  • Blair Haffly 2 years ago

    Hey Ghostdog.

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  • Vero Vasz 2 years ago

    Hollywood has turned every working artist into a genocidal criminal. There is nothing they can do about it. If you refuse gigs, your agent can sue and throw you in jail.

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  • Vero Vasz 2 years ago

    Bill 23-171. Child sterilization. Reason Blue Nazis are manning the crimes is because they don’t have the clout to refuse.

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