Samuel L. Jackson filmography

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Samuel L. Jackson filmography
Samuel L Jackson at San Diego ComicCon 2008.jpg
Born Samuel Leroy Jackson
Occupation Actor, film producer
Years active 1972–present

Samuel L. Jackson is an American actor and film producer who has appeared in over 100 films.[1] The collective total of all box office receipts for films that Jackson has starred in (including minor roles and cameos) is the highest of any on-screen actor.[2] As of December 2013, Jackson has appeared in 91 theatrical films with a worldwide box office gross of approximately $13.282 billion to date.[3] Jackson's film career started in 1972 with a role in the film Together for Days.[1] Over the next nineteen years Jackson was cast in multiple films as minor characters up until his breakthrough role as Gator, a crack addict, in the 1991 Spike Lee film Jungle Fever, for which he won a special jury prize for best supporting actor at the Cannes International Film Festival.[4]

After Jungle Fever, Jackson was cast in starring roles in Amos & Andrew,[5] Pulp Fiction, The Great White Hype, A Time to Kill, and the The Negotiator.[6] In 1999, Jackson started playing the recurring character Mace Windu in both the Star Wars prequel trilogy[7] and in the animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars[8] Since 2000, he has been cast as the lead in the remake of Shaft,[9] S.W.A.T.,[10] Coach Carter,[11] Snakes on a Plane,[12] and Lakeview Terrace, among other films.[13] Jackson played Marvel Comics character Nick Fury in the films Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the first six of a nine-film commitment as the character for Marvel Studios. He reprised the role again in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and will again in Infinity War parts I and II.

For his role in Pulp Fiction, Jackson won a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Supporting Actor[14] and was nominated for an Academy Award[15] and a Golden Globe Award. In 1994, he was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a miniseries for Against the Wall.[16] Jackson also received Golden Globe nominations in 1996 for A Time to Kill[17] and in 1997 for Jackie Brown.[18] In 2000, Jackson was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and in 2006 put his hand and footprints outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
1972 Together for Days Stan
1981 Ragtime Gang Member No. 2
1987 Magic Sticks Bum Credited as Sam Jackson
Eddie Murphy Raw Eddie's Uncle Sketch[19]
1988 Coming to America Hold-Up Man
School Daze Leeds
1989 Do the Right Thing Mister Señor Love Daddy
Sea of Love Black Guy
1990 Def by Temptation Minister Garth
Shock to the System, AA Shock to the System Ulysses
Betsy's Wedding Taxi Dispatcher
Mo' Better Blues Madlock
Exorcist III, TheThe Exorcist III Blind Dream Man
Goodfellas Parnell Steven "Stacks" Edwards
Return of Superfly, TheThe Return of Superfly Nate Cabot
1991 Strictly Business Monroe
Jungle Fever Gator Purify
1992 Juice Trip
Patriot Games LCDR Robby Jackson
White Sands Greg Meeker
Jumpin' at the Boneyard Mr. Simpson[20]
Johnny Suede B-Bop
Fathers & Sons Marshall
1993 True Romance Big Don
Menace II Society Tat Lawson
Loaded Weapon 1 Sgt. Wes Luger
Amos & Andrew Andrew Sterling
Jurassic Park John Raymond Arnold
The Meteor Man Dre
1994 Fresh Sam
Pulp Fiction Jules Winnfield
New Age, TheThe New Age Dale
Hail Caesar Mailman Cameo
Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker Greener, Richard TheodoreRichard Theodore Greener
1995 Kiss of Death Calvin Hart
Die Hard with a Vengeance Zeus Carver
Losing Isaiah Kadar Lewis
Fluke Rumbo Voice
1996 Great White Hype, TheThe Great White Hype Rev. Fred Sultan
Time to Kill, AA Time to Kill Carl Lee Hailey
Long Kiss Goodnight, TheThe Long Kiss Goodnight Mitch Henessey
Hard Eight Jimmy
Trees Lounge Wendell
Teens and Guns: Preventing Violence Himself Used in schools[21][22]
Search for One-eye Jimmy, TheThe Search for One-eye Jimmy Colonel Ron
1997 One Eight Seven Trevor Garfield
Eve's Bayou Louis Batiste Producer
Jackie Brown Ordell Robbie
1998 Sphere Harry Adams
Negotiator, TheThe Negotiator Lt. Danny Roman
Red Violin, TheThe Red Violin Charles Morritz
Out of Sight Hejira Henry Uncredited
1999 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Mace Windu
Deep Blue Sea Russell Franklin
2000 Rules of Engagement Col. Terry L. Childers
Shaft John Shaft
Unbreakable Elijah Price
2001 Caveman's Valentine, TheThe Caveman's Valentine Romulus Ledbetter Executive producer
The 51st State Elmo McElroy
2002 Changing Lanes Doyle Gipson
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Mace Windu
xXx Agent Augustus Gibbons
No Good Deed Jack Friar
2003 Basic Sergeant Nathan West
S.W.A.T. Sgt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson
2004 Twisted John Mills
Kill Bill Volume 2 Rufus Cameo
Incredibles, TheThe Incredibles Lucius Best / Frozone Voice
In My Country Langston Whitfield
Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson Jack Johnson Voice
N-Word, TheThe N-Word Himself
2005 Coach Carter Coach Ken Carter
xXx: State of the Union Agent Augustus Gibbons
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Mace Windu
Man, TheThe Man Derrick Vann
2006 Freedomland Lorenzo Council
Snakes on a Plane Neville Flynn
Home of the Brave Dr. Will Marsh
2007 Farce of the Penguins Narrator
Black Snake Moan Lazarus Woods Sang on soundtrack
1408 Gerald Olin
Resurrecting the Champ Bob Satterfield
Cleaner Tom Cutler
2008 Jumper Agent Roland Cox
Iron Man Nick Fury Uncredited cameo[23]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Mace Windu Voice
Lakeview Terrace Abel Turner
Soul Men Louis Hinds
Spirit, TheThe Spirit The Octopus
Gospel Hill Paul Malcolm Uncredited[24]
2009 Astro Boy ZOG Voice
Inglourious Basterds Narrator Voice
2010 Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey Fear Voice
Mother and Child Paul
Unthinkable H Direct-to-video
Iron Man 2 Nick Fury
Other Guys, TheThe Other Guys Detective PK Highsmith
Vengeance: A Love Story John Dromoor
2011 African Cats Narrator Voice
Thor Nick Fury Uncredited cameo[26]
Captain America: The First Avenger Cameo
Arena Logan
2012 Fury Foley
Avengers, TheThe Avengers Nick Fury
Meeting Evil Richie
Zambezia Tendai Voice
Django Unchained Stephen
2013 Turbo Whiplash Voice
Oldboy Chaney
2014 Reasonable Doubt Clinton Davis
RoboCop Patrick "Pat" Novak
Captain America: The Winter Soldier Nick Fury
Kite Karl Aker
Big Game President William Allan Moore
2015 Kingsman: The Secret Service Richmond Valentine
Avengers: Age of Ultron Nick Fury
Barely Lethal Hardman
Cell Tom McCourt
The Hateful Eight Marquis Warren
2016 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Barron
Tarzan George Washington Williams[27][28]


Year Title Role Notes
1976 Movin' On Patrolman Season 2, Episode 19: "Woman of Steel"
1977 Displaced Person, TheThe Displaced Person Sulk Television film
1978 Milo Muse the Rabbit[29]
1986 Spenser: For Hire Leroy Clancy / Ned
1987 Uncle Tom's Cabin George
1989 A Man Called Hawk Extra Uncredited
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd Brother Elvis
Dead Man Out[30] Calvin Fredricks[21]
1991 Law & Order Taggert Season 1, Episode 14: "The Violence of Summer"
1992 Ghostwriter Reggie Jenkins
1994 Against the Wall Jamaal Television film
1995 Shaquille O'Neal: Larger than Life Narrator[31] Voice
1997 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child The Mayor Voice
Episode: "The Pied Piper"
Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's[21]
The Directors: John Frankenheimer[32]
1998 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: "Samuel L. Jackson/Ben Folds Five"
1999 Forever Hollywood[21]
2001 Proud Family, TheThe Proud Family Joseph Voice
Episode: "Seven Days of Kwanzaa"
2002 Fighting for Freedom: Revolution & Civil War[21] Narrator[21] Voice
The Art of Action: Martial Arts in the Movies[33] Himself Host[33]
Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives[34] Narrator
2003 Doggy Fizzle Televizzle Himself 1 episode
2005 Boondocks, TheThe Boondocks Gin Rummy 8 episodes
Extras Himself Episode: "Samuel L. Jackson"
2005 Spike Video Game Awards Host
2006 Honor Deferred Narrator[35] Voice
2006 Spike Video Game Awards Himself Host
2007 Afro Samurai Afro Samurai
Ninja Ninja
Executive producer
Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story Narrator[36]
Stax 50th Anniversary Concert[37]
2007 Spike Video Game Awards Himself Host
2009 Afro Samurai: Resurrection Afro Samurai
Ninja Ninja
2011 The Sunset Limited Black Man Television film
Prohibition Himself
Curiosity Episode: "How Will the World End?"
The Mountaintop Martin Luther King, Jr.
2012 2012 Spike Video Game Awards Himself Host
The Colbert Report Ad Narrator Voice
Episode: "Carrie Rebora Barratt"
2013 Generations Himself[38] Cameo
Talking Bad Himself Episode: "Confessions"
2013–2014 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Nick Fury Episodes: "0–8–4" and "Beginning of the End"
2014 Judge Judy Primetime Himself Host
Jimmy Kimmel Live! Dentist Episode: "Sweet Brown: Ain't Nobody Got Time for That"
Black Dynamite Captain Quinton Episodes: "Black Jaws!" or "Finger Lickin' Chicken of the Sea"


Year Title Role Notes
2013 Everything is Samuel L. Jackson's Fault Himself Funny or Die short

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2004 The Incredibles Lucius Best/Frozone
2004 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Officer Frank Tenpenny
2008 Afro Samurai Afro Samurai
Ninja Ninja
2010 Iron Man 2 Nick Fury
2011 Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Mace Windu
2013 Heroes of Newerth Announcer
2014 Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) Nick Fury


Year Title
2011 Go the Fuck to Sleep
2012 A Rage in Harlem

Others Appearances[edit]

Year Title Role
2014-15 Capital One (Financial Corporation) Spokesman (Himself)


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