Love It When They Got A Good Poppa! BOSSIP’s Best Black Dads On The Big Screen

- By Bossip Staff Categories: A "Lil Positivity", Hollyweird, News
Eddie Murphy Raven Symone Black dads get a bad rap, off and onscreen. Sometimes it's deservedly so, other times they don't get the credit they deserve. With Father's Day taking place Sunday we wanted to celebrate some of our favorite dads from the big screen. None of them were perfect, but most of the ones we picked were chosen because they did what dads are sposed to do -- they were there for their kids, they were protective of their kids and they wanted the best for their kids. Have a look at the list, and be sure to let us know who we missed!
Delroy Lindo in Crooklyn Delroy Lindo in "Crooklyn"
Idris Elba in Daddy's Little Girls Idris Elba in "Daddy's Little Girls"
Don Cheadle and Sophie Okonedo In Hotel Rwanda Don Cheadle in "Hotel Rwanda"
Laurence Fishburne and Cuba Gooding Jr. In Boyz N the Hood Laurence Fishburne "Boyz'N'The Hood"
Will and Jaden Smith Pursuit of Happyness Will Smith in "Pursuit Of Happyness"
Denzel Washington in John Q Denzel Washington in "John Q"
mel gibson and danny glover in lethal weapon Danny Glover "Lethal Weapon" movies
ghost dad Bill Cosby In "Ghost Dad"
Lauren London and Keith David in ATL Keith David in "ATL"
Eddie Murphy in Imagine That Eddie Murphy in "Doctor DoLittle" and "Imagine That"
John Witherspoon Ice Cube and Mike Epps John Witherspoon in "Friday"
Coming to America Eddie Murphy James Earl Jones Madge Sinclair James Earl Jones and John Amos both played fathers who wanted the best for their kids in "Coming To America"
Samuel L. Jackson In A Time To Kill Samuel L. Jackson in "A Time To Kill"
Alfre Woodard and Earl Billings In Something New Earl Billings in "Something New"
Tyrese in Waist Deep Tyrese In "Waist Deep"
liam neeson taken Liam Neeson "Taken" Yeah yeah, we know he's not black -- but we had to give him an honorary pass as one of the best dads to ever grace the silver screen. Papa don't take no mess!

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