List of Samuel L. Jackson performances

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Jackson at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con

Samuel L. Jackson is an American actor, director and film producer. As of 2009, the collective total of all box-office receipts for films that Jackson has appeared in is the highest of any on-screen actor. As of December 2015, Jackson has appeared in over one hundred films with a cumulative worldwide box-office gross of approximately $8.6 billion to date. Jackson's breakthrough role was Gator, a crack addict, in the Spike Lee-directed Jungle Fever (1991), for which Jackson won a special jury prize for best supporting actor at the Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Later, Jackson was cast in starring roles in Amos & Andrew (1993), Pulp Fiction (1994), The Great White Hype (1996), A Time to Kill (1996) and The Negotiator (1998).[2] In 1999, Jackson started playing the recurring character Mace Windu in both the Star Wars prequel trilogy[3] and in the animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars[4] In 2000, he had the lead in the remake of Shaft,[5] and subsequently starred in S.W.A.T.,[6] Coach Carter,[7] Snakes on a Plane[8] and Lakeview Terrace, among other films. Jackson went on to play Marvel Comics character Nick Fury in the films Iron Man (2008), Iron Man 2 (2010), Thor (2011), Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), The Avengers (2012), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Captain Marvel (2019), of his nine-film commitment as the character for Marvel Studios. Despite his nine-film contract having ended, Jackson confirmed he will portray the character in future installments, evidenced by his appearances in the 2019 films Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home, and will play Fury again in the upcoming Disney+ series Secret Invasion.

For his role in Pulp Fiction, Jackson won a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Supporting Actor[9] and was nominated for an Academy Award[10] 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.[11] Jackson also received Golden Globe nominations in 1996 for A Time to Kill and in 1997 for Jackie Brown.[12][13]

Film[edit]

Jackson at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005
Jackson at the San Diego Comic Con in 2008
Jackson at the Japanese premiere of Kong: Skull Island in 2017
Table featuring feature films with Samuel L. Jackson
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1981 Ragtime Gang member No. 2 [14][15]
1987 Magic Sticks Bum Credited as Sam Jackson [16]
Eddie Murphy Raw Jon Kelcourse [17]
1988 Coming to America Hold-Up Man [18]
School Daze Leeds [15]
1989 Do the Right Thing Mister Señor Love Daddy Credited as Sam Jackson [19]
Sea of Love Black Guy [15][20]
1990 Def by Temptation Minister Garth [21]
A Shock to the System Ulysses [15]
Betsy's Wedding Taxi Dispatcher [15]
Mo' Better Blues Madlock [22]
The Exorcist III Blind Dream Man [23]
Goodfellas Stacks Edwards [15]
The Return of Superfly Nate Cabot Credited as Sam Jackson [24]
1991 Strictly Business Monroe Credited as Sam Jackson [15]
Jungle Fever Gator Purify [15][25]
Jumpin' at the Boneyard Mr. Simpson [26]
Johnny Suede B-Bop [15]
1992 Juice Trip [27]
Patriot Games Robby Jackson [28]
White Sands Greg Meeker Credited as Sam Jackson [29]
Fathers & Sons Marshall [30]
1993 Menace II Society Tat Lawson [15][31]
Loaded Weapon 1 Sgt. Wes Luger [32]
Amos & Andrew Andrew Sterling [15][33]
Jurassic Park John "Ray" Arnold [34]
True Romance Big Don [35]
1994 Fresh Sam [36]
Pulp Fiction Jules Winnfield [37]
The New Age Dale [38]
Hail Caesar Mailman [39]
Assault at West Point Richard Theodore Greener [40]
The Search for One-eye Jimmy Colonel Ron [41]
1995 Kiss of Death Calvin Hart [42]
Die Hard with a Vengeance Zeus Carver [43]
Losing Isaiah Kadar Lewis [44][45]
Fluke Rumbo Voice [46]
1996 The Great White Hype Rev. Fred Sultan [47]
A Time to Kill Carl Lee Hailey [48]
The Long Kiss Goodnight Mitch Henessey [49]
Hard Eight Jimmy [50]
Trees Lounge Wendell
Teens and Guns: Preventing Violence Himself [51][52]
1997 One Eight Seven Trevor Garfield
Eve's Bayou Louis Batiste Also producer
Jackie Brown Ordell Robbie
1998 Sphere Harry Adams [53]
The Negotiator Lt. Danny Roman [54]
The Red Violin Charles Morritz [55]
Out of Sight Hejira Henry Uncredited [56]
1999 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace Mace Windu
Deep Blue Sea Russell Franklin [57]
2000 Rules of Engagement Col. Terry L. Childers [58]
Shaft John Shaft II
Unbreakable Elijah Price / Mr. Glass [59]
2001 The Caveman's Valentine Romulus Ledbetter Also executive producer
Formula 51 (original title: The 51st State) Elmo McElroy Also executive producer
2002 Changing Lanes Doyle Gipson
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones Mace Windu
XXX Agent Augustus Gibbons [60][61]
No Good Deed Jack Friar [62]
2003 Basic Sergeant Nathan West [63][64]
S.W.A.T. Sgt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson
2004 Twisted John Mills [65]
Kill Bill: Volume 2 Rufus
The Incredibles Lucius Best / Frozone Voice [66]
In My Country Langston Whitfield [67]
Unforgivable Blackness Jack Johnson Voice; Documentary film
The N-Word Himself Documentary film
2005 Coach Carter Ken Carter
XXX: State of the Union Agent Augustus Gibbons
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith Mace Windu [68]
The Man Derrick Vann [69]
2006 Freedomland Lorenzo Council [70]
Snakes on a Plane Agent Neville Flynn [71]
Home of the Brave Dr. Will Marsh [72]
Black Snake Moan Lazarus Woods [73]
2007 Farce of the Penguins Narrator Voice [74]
1408 Gerald Olin [75]
Resurrecting the Champ Bob Satterfield [76]
Cleaner Tom Cutler Also producer [77]
2008 Jumper Agent Roland Cox [78]
Iron Man Nick Fury Uncredited cameo; post-credits scene [79][80]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Mace Windu Voice
Lakeview Terrace Abel Turner [81]
Soul Men Louis Hinds
The Spirit The Octopus
Gospel Hill Paul Malcolm Uncredited [82]
2009 Astro Boy ZOG Voice
Mother and Child Paul
Inglourious Basterds Narrator Voice; Uncredited [83]
2010 Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey Fear Voice
Unthinkable Henry Harold Humphries
In the Land of the Free... Narrator Voice; Documentary film
Iron Man 2 Nick Fury
The Other Guys Detective PK Highsmith [84][85]
2011 African Cats Narrator Voice; Documentary film [86]
Thor Nick Fury Uncredited cameo; post-credits scene [87]
Captain America: The First Avenger Cameo [88]
Arena Logan [89]
2012 The Samaritan Foley [90]
Meeting Evil Richie [91][92]
The Avengers Nick Fury [93]
Zambezia Tendai Voice [94][95]
Django Unchained Stephen Warren [96]
2013 Turbo Whiplash Voice [97]
Oldboy Chaney [98]
2014 Reasonable Doubt Clinton Davis [99]
RoboCop Patrick "Pat" Novak [100]
Captain America: The Winter Soldier Nick Fury [101]
Kite Karl Aker [102]
Big Game Pres. William Alan Moore [103]
2015 Kingsman: The Secret Service Richmond Valentine [104]
Avengers: Age of Ultron Nick Fury [105]
Barely Lethal Hardman [106][107]
Chi-Raq Dolmedes [108]
The Hateful Eight Major Marquis Warren [109]
2016 Cell Tom McCourt [110][111]
The Legend of Tarzan George Washington Williams [112]
I Am Not Your Negro Narrator Voice; Documentary film [113]
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Mr. Barron [114]
Eating You Alive Himself Documentary film [115]
2017 XXX: Return of Xander Cage Augustus Gibbons [116]
Kong: Skull Island Lt. Col. Preston Packard [117]
The Hitman's Bodyguard Darius Kincaid [118]
Unicorn Store The Salesman [119]
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Nick Fury Uncredited cameo; post-credits scene [120]
Incredibles 2 Lucius Best / Frozone Voice [121]
Life Itself Himself [122]
2019 Glass Elijah Price / Mr. Glass [123]
Captain Marvel Nick Fury Digitally de-aged[124] [125]
Avengers: Endgame Cameo [126]
Shaft John Shaft II [127]
Spider-Man: Far From Home Nick Fury [128]
The Last Full Measure Billy Takoda [129]
QT8: The First Eight Himself Documentary film [130]
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Mace Windu Voice; Cameo [131]
2020 The Banker Joe Morris Also executive producer [132]
2021Films that have not yet been released Spiral: From the Book of Saw Marcus Banks Post-production [133]
Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard Darius Kincaid Post-production [134]
The Protégé Moody Dutton Post-production [135]
Blazing Samurai Jimbo Voice; Post-production [136]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television[edit]

Table featuring television programs with Samuel L. Jackson
Year Title Role Notes Refs.
1976 Movin' On Patrolman Episode: "Woman of Steel"
1977 The Displaced Person Sulk Television film
1978 Milo Muse the Rabbit Johnson Whitaker Television film [137]
1986–87 Spenser: For Hire Leroy Clancy / Ned 2 episodes
1987 Uncle Tom's Cabin George Television film; credited as Samuel Jackson
1989 Dead Man Out Calvin Fredricks HBO Television movie [51][138]
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd Brother Elvis 1 Episode
1991 Law & Order Taggert Episode: "The Violence of Summer"
1992 Ghostwriter Reggie Jenkins 3 episodes
1994 Against the Wall Jamaal Television film
1995 Shaquille O'Neal: Larger than Life Narrator Voice; Documentary [139]
1997 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child The Mayor Voice; Episode: "The Pied Piper"
1998 1998 MTV Movie Awards Himself / Host Television special
Saturday Night Live Episode: "Samuel L. Jackson/Ben Folds Five" [140]
2001 The Proud Family Joseph Voice; Episode: "Seven Days of Kwanzaa"
2002 Fighting for Freedom: Revolution & Civil War Narrator Voice; Documentary [51]
The Art of Action: Martial Arts in the Movies Himself / Host Television special [141]
Unchained Memories Narrator Voice; Documentary [142]
2003 Doggy Fizzle Televizzle Himself Episode: "Pilot
2005–10 The Boondocks Gin Rummy Voice; 8 episodes
2005 Extras Himself Episode: "Samuel L. Jackson"
2005 Spike Video Game Awards Himself / Host Television special
2006 Honor Deferred Narrator Voice; Documentary [143]
2006 Spike Video Game Awards Himself / Host Television special
2007 Afro Samurai Afro Samurai / Ninja Ninja English voice dub; 5 episodes; Also executive producer
Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story Narrator Voice; Documentary [144]
2007 Spike Video Game Awards Himself / Host Television special
2009 Afro Samurai: Resurrection Afro Samurai / Ninja Ninja English voice dub; Television film; Also producer
Uneven Fairways Narrator Voice; Documentary [145]
2011 The Sunset Limited Black Television film [146]
Prohibition Reader Voice; 1 episode [147]
Curiosity Himself / Host Episode: "How Will the World End?"
2012 2012 Spike Video Game Awards Himself Voice; Television special
The Colbert Report Ad Narrator Voice; Episode: "Carrie Rebora Barratt"
2013 Generations Himself 1 episode [148]
2013–14 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Nick Fury 2 episodes
2019 Carpool Karaoke: The Series Himself Episode: "Samuel L. Jackson & Brie Larson"
2020 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Mace Windu Voice; Episode: "Shattered" (archive recording)
Staged Himself Episode: "Who The F**k is Michael Sheen?" [149]
A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote Recreation of "Hartsfield's Landing"
Enslaved Documentary series [150]
Death to 2020 Dash Bracket Television special [151]
TBA The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey Ptolemy Grey Main role, upcoming miniseries [152]

Theatre[edit]

Table featuring video games with Samuel L. Jackson
Year Title Role Venue Ref.
1980 Mother Courage and Her Children Performer The Public Theatre, Off-Broadway
1981–83 A Soldier's Play Pvt. Louis Henson Theatre Four, Off-Broadway
2011–12 The Mountaintop Martin Luther King Jr. Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, Broadway
2022 The Piano Lesson Doaker Charles Broadway [153]

Video games[edit]

Table featuring video games with Samuel L. Jackson
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2004 The Incredibles Lucius Best / Frozone
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Officer Frank Tenpenny Also likeness [154]
2008 Afro Samurai Afro Samurai / Ninja Ninja English dub
2010 Heroes of Newerth Samuel Jackson Announcer [155]
Iron Man 2 Nick Fury
2011 Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Mace Windu
2014 Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Nick Fury [156][157]
2015 Disney Infinity 3.0 [158]

Audiobooks[edit]

Table featuring audiobooks with Samuel L. Jackson
Year Title Ref.
2011 Go the Fuck to Sleep [159]
2012 A Rage in Harlem [160]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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