Who was the first African American male billionaire?
the first African American male billionaire was Robert Leroy Johnson
Hattie McDaniel was nominated for the Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Supporting Actress for Gone with the Wind (1939) as Mammy. She won. Not only is she the first African American (male or female) to be nominated for an Oscar, but she is the first African American (male or female) to win an Oscar, and she is also the oldest black actress to win an Oscar (age 44).
He is a former male Supermodel appearing on countless covers and major clothing campaigns. The youngest African American model ever to sign with the Ford Modeling agency. First African American to appear in an Abercrumbie n Fitch ad. First Male Model to sign an exclusive contract with Sean John in 2001
The first African-American to be nominated for an Academy Award was Hattie McDaniel. She won the 1939 Best Supporting Actress award for her performance as Mammy in "Gone With the Wind." The first African-American male to be nominated for an Oscar was Sidney Poitier, who received a 1958 Best Actor nod for his performance as prison escapee Noah Cullen in "The Defiant Ones." Poitier didn't win that year, but he won the 1963 Best Actor…
Harry Belafonte became the first African-American performer of either gender to receive a Primetime Emmy Award when he was honored for his CBS variety special "Tonight with Belafonte." He won the 1959-1960 award for Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series for the special, which aired on "The Revlon Revue."