Stepin Fetchit was a celebrated American film actor of Bahamian and Jamaican descent. He was also a vaudevillian and comedian. He is regarded as the first black actor who had an accomplishing film career. He also holds the feat of being the first black actor who earned featured screen credit in a movie. His persona was billed as the ‘Laziest Man in the World’ during the 1930s on stage and in films. He played various comic relief roles based on the same character. He earned a star on the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame.’ He was also inducted into the ‘Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame.’ Some of his famous films include ‘Hearts in Dixie,’ ‘Big Timers,’ ‘Stand Up and Cheer!,’ ‘Miracle in Harlem,’ ‘Judge Priest,’ ‘In Old Kentucky,’ ‘Bend of The River,’ ‘Steamboat Round the Bend,’ ‘Charlie Chan in Egypt,’ and more.