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Louis Gossett Jr., first Black man to win Oscar for greatest supporting actor, dies at 87

Louis Gossett Jr., first Black man to win Oscar for greatest supporting actor, dies at 87


Louis Gossett Jr., first Black man to win Oscar for greatest supporting actor, dies at 87 – CBS Information

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Louis Gossett Jr. made history as the first Black man to win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for the drama “An Officer and a Gentleman.” Now, tributes to the actor are pouring in after his death at 87. Michelle Miller reports on his career and legacy.

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