Samuel L. Jackson has been acting since he was a child. He has starred in over 100 movies and TV shows. Find out his favorite films!
Samuel L. Jackson is an American actor, producer, director, writer, comedian, singer, rapper, martial artist, and philanthropist. His career began in 1989 when he appeared on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Since then, he has acted in many popular movies and television shows.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
In 1994, he played Jules Winnfield in Quentin Tarantino’s cult classic film Pulp Fiction. It was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning two: Best Supporting Actor for Samuel L. Jackson and Best Original Screenplay.
In 1994, Jackson starred in Quentin Tarantino's cult classic film Pulp Fiction. He played Jules Winnfield, a hitman who goes on a quest to find his missing wife Marsellus Wallace's killer. Along the way, he meets a group of characters who help him solve the case.
He has been nominated for several awards, including two Academy Awards, three Golden Globes, and four Screen Actors Guild Awards. In addition to his acting work, Jackson has produced films such as Jungle Fever, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Get On Up, and Straight Outta Compton. He has directed films such as Jackie Brown, Unbreakable, and Django Unchained. He has also written screenplays for films such as Black Snake Moan, White Man's Burden, and The Hateful Eight. Jackson has won numerous accolades throughout his career, including five NAACP Image Award nominations, one Primetime Emmy Award nomination, and one Tony Award nomination.
Jackie Brown (1997)
This movie stars Samuel L. Jackson as an ex-con who becomes involved with a drug lord.
In 1997, Jackson starred in the movie Jackie Brown, which was directed by Quentin Tarantino. He played the role of John Shaft, a tough detective who works alongside Pam Grier. In the film, Shaft investigates the murder of his partner, and he eventually finds himself working with Grier.
In 1997, Jackson starred in the film Jackie Brown. He played the role of U.S. Marshal Ray Nicolet, who is tasked with tracking down a drug lord named Marsellus Wallace (played by Wesley Snipes). During his pursuit of Marsellus, he encounters several obstacles, including a corrupt police officer, a beautiful woman, and a rival marshal.
Django Unchained (2012)
In this film, Samuel L. Jackson plays a slave owner named Calvin Candie. After being freed by a bounty hunter, he goes after his former master, Candie.
He has won numerous awards for his acting work, including two Academy Awards, three Golden Globes, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, and five BAFTA Awards. In addition to his film roles, he has starred in several successful TV series, such as HBO's Oz, Starz's Spartacus, and Showtime's House of Lies. Jackson has also produced and directed several films, including Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, and Get On Up.
In 2012, Jackson starred in Quentin Tarantino’s film Django Unchained. He played Dr King Schultz, a German bounty hunter who helps free slaves from slavery. The movie received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.
In 2012, Jackson starred in Quentin Tarantino's film Django Unchained. He plays the role of Dr. King Schultz, a German bounty hunter who travels to Mississippi to rescue his wife from slavery. The movie received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.
This movie stars Samuel L. Jackson as an ex-convict who gets into trouble when he tries to rob a bank. He then meets Elijah Price, played by Bruce Willis, who helps him escape prison. They go on the run together.
In 2000, Jackson starred in the movie Unbreakable alongside Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren. He played Elijah Price, a man who becomes superhuman after surviving a plane crash. After his transformation, he uses his new abilities to help people around him.
In 2000, Jackson starred in the film Unbreakable, which tells the story of David Dunn, played by Elijah Wood, who survives being hit by a train after his spine is shattered into pieces. He becomes a superhero called Mr. Glass, and uses his newfound powers to fight crime.
Changing Lanes (2002)
Changing Lanes may be a 2002 American drama thriller film directed by Roger Michell and starring Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson. The film follows a successful, young Wall Street lawyer (Affleck) who accidentally crashes his car into a vehicle driven by a middle-aged, recovering alcoholic insurance salesman (Jackson). After the lawyer leaves the scene of the accident, the 2 men attempt to come back to at one another, engaging during a sort of immoral and illegal actions that find yourself having a serious impact on each man's life.