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SAMUEL L. JACKSON (Will Marsh), who has been respectfully labeled one of the hardest working performers in Hollywood, is an undisputed star. He made an indelible mark on American cinema with his portrayal of Jules, the philosophizing hitman, in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction.” Amid unanimous critical acclaim, he received Academy Award, Golden Globe, and British Academy nominations as Best Supporting Actor. 

In early 2005 Jackson garnered critical and box office success with "Coach Carter,” portraying a real-life high school basketball coach. "Coach Carter” was the opening night film at the Palm Springs Film Festival where Jackson received the Career Achievement Award for Acting. He later won the NAACP Image Award as Best Actor. He most recently starred in the much-anticipated thriller "Snakes On a Plane” and will next be seen in Craig Brewer's "Black Snake Moan,” the story of a blues guitarist (Jackson) who tries to redeem the soul of a sex-addicted girl. In one of his most dramatic and vulnerable roles to date, Jackson immersed himself in the world of blues and learned how to play the guitar.

Jackson's distinctive style and strong performances have graced a long list of diverse and successful motion pictures some of which include "The Incredibles,” the "Star Wars” trilogy, "S.W.A.T.,” "Changing Lanes,” "Shaft,” "Unbreakable,” and "Eve's Bayou” which he also produced. Other credits include "Freedomland,” "In My Country,” "The Man,” and "Jackie Brown” his second Tarantino film for which he won a Golden Globe nomination and Silver Bear for Best Actor in a Comedy at the Berlin Film Festival. Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever,” brought him a Best Supporting Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival and also from the New York Film Critics.


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