13 titles.

1. Psych (2006 TV Series)
Episode: The Head, the Tail, the Whole Damn Episode (2010)
We dressed up like civil war people and Gus looked like Denzel Washington in "Glory" and some guy built a tunnel...
2. White Chicks (2004)
Has anyone ever told you you look *just* like Denzel Washington?
What are you laughing at, ''Denzel''? ''Oh, what a beautiful chocolate man!'' hahahaha
3. Saved by the Bell (1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Last Dance (1991)
Well I can't stop thinking about Denzel Washington, but I'm still able to live my life.
4. Ellen (1994 TV Series)
Episode: Shake, Rattle and Rubble (1995)
I'm playing "Crimson Tide" and I'm waiting for Denzel Washington to punch me in the face. I'm taking a bath, what does it look like I'm doing?
5. Beauty Shop (2005)
Well, how about when you're making mad, passionate love and he reaches his climax, and that one tear rolls down his face like Denzel Washington in "Glory?"
She had to say Denzel... she couldn'ta said Brad Pitt. Hell, she coulda said Bozo the Clown!
6. Nurses (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Jack's Indecent Proposal (1993)
Denzel Washington, no doubt about it! I don't know where I'd come up with that kind of money though.
7. The 89th Annual Academy Awards (2017 TV Special)
Thank you to the Academy. You know, there's one place that all the people with the greatest potential are gathered. One place. And that's the graveyard. People ask me all the time, "What kind of stories do you want to tell, Viola?" And I say, exhume those bodies. Exhume those stories. The stories of the people who dreamed big and never saw those dreams to fruition. People who fell in love and lost. I became an artist, and thank god I did, because we are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life. So here's to August Wilson, who exhumed and exalted the ordinary people. And to Bron Pictures, Paramount, MACRO, Todd Black, Molly Allen, Scott Rudin for being the cheerleaders for a movie that is about people, and words, and life, and forgiveness and grace. And to Mykelti Williamson, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Russell Hornsby, Jovan Adepo, Saniyya Sidney, for being the most wonderful artists I've ever worked with. And, "O captain, my captain," Denzel Washington. Thank you for puttin' two entities in the driving seat: August and God. And they served you well. And to Dan and Mae Alice Davis, who were the, and are the center of my universe. The people who taught me, good or bad, how to fail, how to love, how to hold an award, how to lose. My parents. I'm so thankful that God chose you to bring me into this world. To my sisters. My sister Deloris, who's here, who played Jaji and Jaja with me. We were rich white women in the tea party games. Thank you for the imagination. And to my husband and my daughter, my heart, you and Genesis. You teach me every day how to live, how to love. I'm so glad that you are the foundation of my life. Thank you to the Academy. Thank you.
That means so much to me, thank you. One of the first people who taught me how to act was Denzel Washington, and I just met him tonight for the first time. Thank you. And to all the other nominees, you did great work. I'm proud to be in your company. You guys are very brave and I admire what you do. I'm only here, really, because of all the talents and goodwill of so many people; they're impossible to name. But most of all Kenneth Lonergan, who made this part, and without this part and without his writing I wouldn't be here for sure. And well, he directed it. Man, I wish I had something bigger and more meaningful to say, but I'm just, I'm really proud to be a part of this community in general. I look out at all of you, I have this whole year, and I'm just dumbfounded that I'm included. It means a lot to me. Thank you also to Matt Damon for creating this opportunity. To Mara Buxbaum, for so much. And to Patrick and Boomer, and so many people. Of course my mother and my father, for mostly, usually, believing in me in doing this. And Ben, I love you; you ain't heavy. Thank you all very much. Appreciate it.
My grandma would want me to button up. Wow. I want to thank my teachers, my professors. Have so many wonderful teachers. And one thing that they consistently told me - Zelda Fichandler, Ron Van Lieu, Ken Washington - is that it wasn't about you. It's not about you. It's about these characters. You are a servant, you're in service to these stories and these characters, and I'm so blessed to have had an opportunity. It was about "Juan." It was about "Chiron." It was about "Paula." The cast and crew was just such a wonderful experience. Thank you, Barry Jenkins. Thank you, Tarell Alvin McCraney. Adele Romanski, who forced Barry to cast me.
8. The 74th Golden Globe Awards (2017 Documentary)
And lastly, I'll say... I remember years ago Denzel Washington was on stage, he got up here and said that "God is love" and uh, well, I agree, yes. Thank you Denzel.
9. The Critic (1994 TV Series)
Episode: Lady Hawke (1995)
Wait a minute! This isn't Denzel Washington's head!
10. Jeffrey (1995)
Den-ZEL Washington.
11. Louis and the Nazis (2003 Documentary)
You think you're better looking than, uh, Denzel Washington?
Well, I believe it. I don't know whether it's delusional or not. Denzel Washington's in there because they have to do that, they have to...
Did I ever tell you the thing about Denzel Washington, that Tom said?
He said that he thinks he's better looking than Denzel Washington.
12. The 74th Annual Academy Awards (2002 TV Special)
I love my life. Denzel Washington!
13. Take (2008)
'Inside Man'. It's a Spike Lee movie with Denzel Washington.
13 titles.