Knowledge Identifier: +Samuel_L._Jackson
In 1969, Jackson and several other students held members of the Morehouse College board of trustees (including a nearby Martin Luther King, Sr.) hostage on the campus, demanding reform in the school's curriculum and governance.
Kangol - The release of more consciously stylish products in the 1990s such as the furgora Spitfire, was helped by its presence upon the head of Samuel L. Jackson in 1997
John Heard (actor) - He starred with Samuel L. Jackson in 1997's "One Eight Seven" and was featured in the 2000 miniseries "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town"
Lisa Nicole Carson - She has appeared in "Love Jones" and alongside Samuel L. Jackson in "Eve's Bayou" in 1997
Coach Carter - It is based on a true story of Richmond High School basketball coach Ken Carter portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson, who made headlines in 1999 for benching his undefeated high school basketball team due to poor academic results
Tamara Tunie - In 2001 she received a nomination for the Independent Spirit *awards for her role in film "The Caveman's Valentine", based on George Dawes Green's novel of the same name, opposite Samuel L. Jackson
In 2002, he played a recovering alcoholic attempting to keep custody of his kids while fighting a battle of wits with Ben Affleck's character in Changing Lanes.
Ultimate Nick Fury - When the character resurfaced in 2002 in "The Ultimates", he had been redesigned to look like actor Samuel L. Jackson
In 2003, Jackson again worked with John Travolta in Basic and as a police sergeant alongside Colin Farrell in the television show remake S.W.A.T. A song within the soundtrack was named after him, entitled Sammy L. Jackson by Hot Action Cop. Jackson appeared in HBO's documentary Unchained Memories, as a narrator along many other stars like Angela Bassett and Whoopi Goldberg.
According to reviews gathered by Rotten Tomatoes, in 2004 Jackson starred in both his lowest and highest ranked films in his career.
Nelson George - In 2004, George made a short film called "To Be a Black Man", starring Samuel L. Jackson, and a documentary called "A Great Day in Hip-Hop"
In 2005, he began with the sports drama, Coach Carter, where he played a coach dedicated to teaching his players that education is more important than basketball.
Rob Brown (actor) - In 2005, he played the role of Kenyon Stone, a basketball player for the Richmond High School Oilers in "Coach Carter", starring Samuel L. Jackson
Antwon Tanner - Tanner had a starring role in the 2005 film "Coach Carter", where he starred alongside Samuel L. Jackson and has appeared in TV series such as "NYPD Blue", "Sister, Sister", "Moesha", "The Parkers", and "
Kenny Brown (guitarist) - Brown's guitar work was featured in the 2006 film "Black Snake Moan", where he provided backing for star Samuel L. Jackson's vocals
Flex Alexander - Following the end of "One on One", Alexander had roles in the 2006 film "Snakes on a Plane", opposite Samuel L. Jackson, and the 2007 horror film "The Hills Have Eyes 2"
Nathan Phillips (actor) - He is perhaps best known for his role as backpacker Ben Mitchell in "Wolf Creek" and for his American film debut, "Snakes on a Plane", opposite Samuel L. Jackson, in 2006
Octopus (comics) - On July 19, 2006, "The Hollywood Reporter" reported that comic book writer/artist Frank Miller would write and direct the feature film adaptation of "The Spirit" with Samuel L. Jackson as the Octopus
Josh Hartnett - Among his 2007 roles were "Resurrecting the Champ", a drama starring Samuel L. Jackson, and the graphic novel-based "30 Days of Night", in which he played a small-town sheriff
In 2008, Jackson reprised his role of Mace Windu in the CGI film, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, followed by Lakeview Terrace where he played a racist cop who terrorizes an interracial couple.
Bernie Mac - He co-starred with Samuel L. Jackson in the 2008 musical comedy "Soul Men" as "Floyd Henderson"
Dale Godboldo - In 2008, he had a role in the thriller "Lakeview Terrace", starring Samuel L. Jackson
The Avengers (2012 film) - In February 2009, Samuel L. Jackson signed a nine-picture deal with Marvel Entertainment to play Nick Fury in "Iron Man 2" and other films
Angela Bassett - In 2011, Bassett co-starred with Samuel L. Jackson in the play "The Mountaintop" a fictionalized depiction of the night before the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King while at the Lorraine Hotel
Jackson appeared in Quentin Tarantino's film, "Django Unchained", which was released December 25, 2012
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - By June 2012, the Russo brothers entered negotiations to direct the sequel, and Samuel L. Jackson was confirmed to return as S.H.I.E.L.D. leader Nick Fury
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Later that month, Marvel Studios head and producer Kevin Feige, directors Joe and Anthony Russo, and cast members Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Sebastian_Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Emily VanCamp, and Frank Grillo held a panel at 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International and presented footage from the film
Callan McAuliffe - In 3 February 2013, Variety had announced that Callan will play alongside Samuel L. Jackson and India Eisley in the live-action movie remake of 1998 Japanese anime film "Kite"
Tarzan (2016 film) - On December 11, 2013, Samuel L. Jackson, who was previously being eyed, has signed on to play Williams in the film
Liu Yifei - In November, it was announced that Liu will be joining Samuel L. Jackson in the American-Chinese science fiction film "Inversion", scheduled to begin filming on February 27, 2017
Jackson will portray the main character on the 2019 film Glass
Shaft (2000 film) - The 2019 release stars Jessie Usher as John Shaft III, an FBI agent and the son of Samuel L. Jackson's character