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Today, the legendary  Samuel L. Jackson turns 70 years old.  The Oscar nominee has  been working since the early 1970s. He is known for iconic roles in “Pulp Fiction,” “Snakes on a Plane,” “The Last Kiss Goodnight,” “Jungle Fever,” “A Time to Kill” and many more. His work ethic is unmatched and he is easily considered one of the most hard-working men in show business.

Jackson is also legendary for how he has mastered the art of cursing.

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In honor of his birthday, we had to revisit when Samuel L. Jackson was on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” for the tenth time. Samuel blessed Ellen with an informative lesson on how to use one of his favorite curse words, “motherf*cker.”

See below:

Jackson has mastered delivering curse words and every other word due to his work ethic, which has made him the highest grossing actor of all time. Back in 2016, he described his work ethic, even during his early days in theater,  “I had a very good theatre reputation. Granted, I was a fucking drug addict and I was out of my mind a lot of the time, but I had a good reputation. Showed up on time, knew my lines, hit my marks. I just wasn’t making a lot of money, but I was very satisfied artistically.”

He continued, “I was doing Pulitzer prize-winning plays. I was working with people who made me better, who challenged me. So I was doing things the right way, it was just that one thing that was in the way – my addiction. And once that was out of the way, it was – boom! The door blew wide open.”

Gotta love him. Happy birthday, Samuel L. Jackson.


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