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James Earl Jones talks to Al Roker about his iconic career

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As our TODAY Living Legends series continues, Al Roker sits down with 86-year-old actor James Earl Jones, whose unmistakable voice brought life to Darth Vader and to Mufasa in “The Lion King.” But there’s far more to his career, going all the way back to “Dr. Strangelove” and theater classics. “I’m a journeyman,” Jones says modestly.