There are tons of Black celebrities who have made their way into Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. Their sublime talents declares they will never be forgotten. Here are 10 Black celebs who are some of Hollywood’s Walk of Fame inductees.
He’s a comedic legend, talk show host & host of Family Feud, and the author of the popular book “Think Like a Man.”
Boyz To Men
One of the most talented boy bands of all time. Their smooth harmony mesmerized us in songs like “I’ll Make Love to You” and “End of the Road”. Their vocals will never stop reminding us what real musical talent sounds like.
Debbie Allen is a world renown dancer. Her dancing academy has helped shape the latent potential of countless young aspiring dancers.
Jamie Foxx has shined in various talents. He’s an Oscar award-winning actor, a Grammy award-winning singer, and a well-known stand-up comedian.
Diana Ross and her posse was one of the singing groups that put Motown on the map. Their sound will forever serenade our memories with hits like “Baby Love” and “Stop in the Name of Love.”
We could never forget Chuck Berry, one of the pioneers of Rock and Roll. With his trusty guitar, he wow’d countless audiences and rightfully landed a spot in Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
She is the queen of Biography pics. One she’s very popular for is her gripping performance as Tina Turner in the movie “What’s Love Got to Do with It.”
The late Don Cornelius was the creator of the revolutionary TV show, Soul Train. Thank you for such a memorable contribution, Mr. Cornelius. Where ever you may be, we wish you “Peace, Love and Soul”.
The martial arts expert Wesley Snipe was known for his stylistic fight scenes in movies. He’s popular for his role as Marvel’s vampire slayer Blade.
Ali landed a spot in Hollywood’s Walk of Fame as one of the greatest boxers of all time. Who else do you know that can “make medicine sick?” None other than the one who “floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee.”