In the 60 years since his memorable first screen performance in Pool of London (1951), Earl Cameron CBE has appeared in a raft of features from Sapphire (1959) to The Interpreter (2005). In a revealing conversation with broadcaster Samira Ahmed, the actor discusses racial prejudice, why he never moved to Hollywood, and his long friendship with Sidney Poitier.
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