SNL Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson
Born: December 21, 1948
Time on SNL: As Host:
January 10, 1998
December 15, 2012
October 21, 2000
January 12, 2002
February 16, 2013

Samuel Leroy Jackson (born December 21, 1948) is an American film and television actor and film producer best known for his roles as Jules Winnfield in the 1994 crime film Pulp Fiction, Louis Batiste in the 1997 drama film Eve's Bayou which he also produced, Ordell Robbie in the 1997 crime drama film Jackie Brown, voicing Lucius Best/Frozone in the 2004 Disney/Pixar computer-animated action-comedy superhero film The Incredibles, Nick Fury in the 2010 Marvel superhero film Iron Man 2 and The Avengers in 2012 and as Stephen in the 2012 western film Django Unchained. He hosted Saturday Night Live on January 10, 1998 and made also made a cameo on December 15, 2012 during the opening monologue and in the "What Up With That?" sketch.

He was also impersonated by Tracy Morgan on the October 21, 2000 episode during the "VH1 Vogue Fashion Awards" sketch and on the January 12, 2002 episode during the "HBO First Look" sketch and by Jay Pharoah on the February 16, 2013 episode during the "DJesus Uncrossed" filmed commercial sketch.


On the December 15, 2012 episode during the "What Up With That?" sketch, Jackson said the words "man f*ck it" to Diondre Cole (played by Kenan Thompson), who responded with "that cost money," then later said the word "bullsh*t." Jackson later claimed he hadn't said the full word "f*ck" and that Thompson was supposed to cut off his second expletive.


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