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The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures


The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played various roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played a variety of roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

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The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played a variety of roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played a variety of roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played a variety of roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

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The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played various roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played various roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played a variety of roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

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The life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played various roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”

9 the life of Sidney Poitier, in pictures

Sidney Poitier, who died this Friday at the age of 94, became, even having been born in Miami (USA), the most famous Bahamian in the world, a country where he grew up with his family and of which he was ambassador to Japan and before UNESCO after completing his award-winning career as an actor and film director. Gifted with an elegant image before the camera, he played a variety of roles, most of them breaking stereotypes towards people of color such as when he was the fiancé of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn’s daughter in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Tonight.”


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