Denzel Hayes Washington Jr. (conceived December 28, 1954) is an American entertainer, chief, and maker. Known for his exhibitions on the screen and stage, he has been a “the portrayed as an entertainer reconfigured “the idea of exemplary film stardom”. He is likewise known for his incessant coordinated efforts with chiefs Spike Lee, Antoine Fuqua, and Tony Scott. All through his profession traversing north of forty years, Washington has gotten various honors, including a Tony Award, two Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards and two Silver Bears. In 2016, he got the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award, and in 2020, The New York Times named him the best entertainer of the 21st century. In 2022, Washington got the Presidential Medal of Freedom presented to him by President Joe Biden.