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If You Haven’t Seen These Samuel L. Jackson Movies, You’re Missing Out

American actor Samuel L. Jackson has been captivating movie audiences since the 20th century. In the early days of his film career, Jackson’s full name did not always appear in the credits.

But anyone who saw the 6’2½” actor in Together For Days, Do The Right Thing, Mo’ Better Blues, or any other flick he appeared in, was likely impressed by his presence. How many of his movies have you seen so far? If you haven’t yet seen the following films, you’re definitely missing out.

Before he made movies

Samuel Leroy Jackson made his planetary debut in Washington, D.C., three days after Christmas in 1948. Born to a single mom, Jackson spent most of his childhood in the care of his grandparents in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

He attended Morehouse College in the late 1960s where he appeared in several dramatic productions, including A Soldier’s Story and The Threepenny Opera. After leaving the predominantly Black college, Jackson joined the Negro Ensemble Company along with such future notables as Morgan Freeman.

Jackson’s film debut was the independently produced ‘blaxploitation’ movie, Together For Days. Also starring Clifton Davis and Gilbert Lewis, the movie presented the story of a radical civil rights activist and a caucasian women with whom he was romantically involved during the racially charged 1970s.

Although perhaps not one of Jackson’s most notable film efforts, the movie did garner attention that would serve him well into the future.

‘Do The Right Thing’

Jackson’s 1989 collaboration with auteur Spike Jones did not give the actor as much face time as some of his notable roles, but filmgoers certainly got a good taste of his unmistakable voice. As Mister Señor Love Daddy, Jackson commanded the role of the all-knowing DJ

Article source: https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/if-you-havent-seen-these-samuel-l-jackson-movies-youre-missing-out.html/

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