My Biggest Celebrity Crush
So I did this topic in my 31 Day Challenge and if you would like to read my blog post click here:Celebrity Crush
I decided to take a different approach to this blog post and I thought about changing this to….
A Celebrity I Admire
The celebrity I admire has been going since 1990 and even before doing broadway plays. His work ethic is one of hard work and most importantly being disciplined…which means knowing your lines and practice, practice, practice. He is well-known for doing many movies as well as television appearances. He is one of the most successful African American actors in Hollywood….
Can you guess who?
He is now 71 years old. He has done over 142 appearances in plays, films, documentaries, animated cartoons with voice overs since 1970. He has worked with many directors and actors over the years. In the 1980’s-present, he has worked with actors such as Ashley Judd, John Travolta, Julianne Moore, Tommy Lee Jones, Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis in (Die Hard, Unbreakable)
Robert Downey Jr. ( Iron Man, Avengers) Pam Grier and Richard Roundtree.
Directors he has worked with are Spike Lee, Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, John Singleton, George Lucas
These are just some of the classic movies he starred in. He is also a spokesperson for Capital One.
There is nothing he cant do. His mentor is the respected Morgan Freeman, who is a legend in his own right. He has a come along way from personal struggles in the 90’s to being an expected actor to appear in every movie. I am sure I am not the only one who looks forward to seeing Samuel L Jackson’s name on a movie…right? He was given the honor of receiving a Hollywood star in June 2000.
I cant wait to see what he does next. Actually with everything going on right now, it is a good time for him to rest and stay healthy and spend time with family. When everything gets back to semi-normal, you will see him again.☺
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