Denzel Washington Wife:

Denzel Washington Wife:

Denzel Washington Wife:

The wife of Denzel Washington was caught in a car accident on Tuesday and is currently being treated at an area hospital. The accident happened on Route 27 in North Bethesda. NBC Washington reports that emergency officials are still working to identify the woman, who was the driver, although the Bethesda Police Department confirms that the married couple has two children who were in the car during the accident when it occurred.



The next year, he played the lawyer of a gay man with AIDS in the 1993 film Philadelphia. During the early and mid-1990s, Washington starred in several successful thrillers, including The Pelican Brief with Julia Roberts in 1993, and Crimson Tide with Gene Hackman in 1995, as well as the Shakespearean comedy Much Ado About Nothing. In 1996, he played a U.S. Army officer who, despondent about a deadly mistake he made, investigates a female chopper commander's worthiness for the Medal of Honor in Courage Under Fire with Meg Ryan. In 1996, he appeared with Whitney Houston in the romantic comedy The Preacher's Wife.

Asked for his key to a happy marriage, Denzel recently joked to People: "I do what I’m told. I keep my mouth shut!" But the actor later got more contemplative about what had really held he and Pauletta together over the years, and gave his wife a huge amount of the credit. "What pops into my head: security, food, a beautiful home," he said. "The difference between a house and a home, it’s a big difference. You can buy a house, but that doesn’t make it a home—and not to say a man can’t make a home a home, but my wife has made our house a home, and raised these beautiful kids, and protected them and sacrificed for them. She did the heavy lifting.” (Source: www.oprahdaily.com)



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