Actor Bill Nunn passed away according to director Spike Lee. Nunn is probably best known for his iconic role as Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s 1991 classic “Do The Right Thing.” Nunn was an excellent actor and had a long career in film, and we remember his role in “Regarding Henry” very well. He played Bradley, the physical therapist who helped Harrison Ford’s character recover and rebuild his life following a gunshot wound. It’s an underrated film that’s worth watching, and Nunn’s understated performance stood out even with great performances by Ford and Annette Bening.
Legendary badass Steve McQueen was known for more than just his film career. The “King of Cool” was also known as a truly talented and highly successful racing driver. He loved cars and motorcycles and accumulated quite a collection over the years, many of which have been auctioned off to collectors.
Now his 1946 Indian Chief motorcycle, which was completely restored in the 1990s, will be auctioned of in Los Angeles from August 1-3 by Auctions America. Check out the photos above. The auction will be covered live by NBC Sports and Jay Leno will be a guest commentator.