Harry Belafonte, a multi-talented entertainer and activist who broke barriers in the film and music industry, and was instrumental in the civil rights movement has died at 96.
Belafonte died of congestive heart failure. Belafonte, who was an EGOT holder for his Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards, died at his home in New York. He broke racial barriers and balanced his activism with his artistry in ways that made people around the world listen.
Harry Belafonte Dies At 96