Fishburne debuted on Broadway at 14 in "In My Many Names and Days."
At 12, he became the youngest playwright with "Zenzi, The Man" off-Broadway.
Morgan Freeman mentored him during his early career.
Laurence Fishburne set a record for most profanity in "King of New York."
Fishburne made his film debut was at 12 in "If You Give a Dance, You Gotta Pay the Band."
Fishburne appeared in popular TV shows of the '70s and '80s, including "One Life to Live,"
Fishburne made appearances in music videos for significant artists like Madonna in "Papa Don't Preach" and Prince's "Glam Slam."
Fishburne played the character of Perry White, in the DC Comics film "Man of Steel" (2013)
Fishburne lent his distinctive voice to various video games, including "The Matrix: Path of Neo" and "Saddle Up: Time to Ride."
Fishburne is an avid motorcycle enthusiast and is often seen riding his motorcycle.