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Samuel L. Jackson
Born: Dec 21, 1948
After years of small parts in films like Coming to America (1987), Sea of Love (1989), and GoodFellas (1990), Jackson broke through as the crack addict Gator in Spike Lee's Jungle Fever (1991), a performance so good that the 1991 Cannes Film Festival judges created a Supporting Actor award in order to honor him. A graduate of Morehouse College, Jackson has extensive stage experience-he originated the roles of Boy Willie and Wolf in the premieres of August Wilson's "The Piano Lesson" and "Two Trains Running"-and has worked with Spike Lee in School Daze (1988), Do the Right Thing (1989, as Senor Love Daddy), and Mo' Better Blues (1990). He has been featured in Patriot Games, White Sands, Jumpin at the Boneyard (all 1992), and in 1993 graduated to starring parts in Amos & Andrew and National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 (unfortunately, a pair of less than sterling vehicles). He had more supporting roles in Menace II Society, Jurassic Park, True Romance (all 1993), and The New Age (1994, terrific as a telemarketer), before he blew audiences away-and earned a supporting Oscar nomination-as the philosophical hit man Jules in Pulp Fiction (1994). The tireless Jackson followed with Losing Isaiah (opposite his wife, La Tanya Richardson), Kiss of Death and Die Hard With a Vengeance.
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