Morgan Freeman is a helicopter enthusiast and owns several helicopters.
Freeman has taken up beekeeping as a hobby and transformed his Mississippi ranch into a bee sanctuary.
Before becoming an actor, Freeman trained in ballet and had dreams of becoming a professional dancer.
Freeman co-owned a blues club called "Ground Zero" in Clarksdale, Mississippi, during the 1990s.
Freeman’s iconic voice has been used for GPS navigation systems, including the Waze app.
Freeman is a passionate sports fan, particularly supporting the Boston Red Sox and the New York Giants.
Freeman experiences partial hearing loss due to a car accident in his youth but has not let it hinder his career.
Freeman has served as an executive producer for films like "Invictus" and the documentary series "Through the Wormhole."
Despite a car accident affecting his left hand, Freeman continues to play golf with adapted techniques.
Freeman showcases his musical talent as a proficient blues harmonica player.