See the star's rise from nightclub singer to on-screen siren.
Dorothy Dandridge could do it all: sing, act, dance. And her talent elevated her to the highest ranks of fame. But despite her skills and becoming the first Black woman to be nominated for the Best Actress Academy Award, the color of her skin held her back in Hollywood and limited the number of roles she was offered. Take a look back at the life of the groundbreaking star and find out how she made her mark on history.