Samuel L. Jackson Decoded: Hollywood’s Hardest Working Man

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MUST BE THE VOICE

Jackson has a successful side-career as a voice-over actor, playing an array of roles as varied as the ones he portrays on screen. In 2004, he lent his voice to The Incredibles, a big screen computer-animated film about a family of undercover superheroes that went on to gross $631 million and win two Academy Awards. He also graced the small screen in the recurring role of Gin Rummy in the comic strip turned animated series, The Boondocks, and voiced the antagonist in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which is one of the best-selling PlayStation 2 video games of all time.

Jackson recently tapped into the billion-dollar audiobook industry by signing on with “A-List Collection,” an Amazon-owned company that brings classic novels to life. He lent his rich baritone to a darkly humored version of A Rage in Harlem; provided the voice of God for the audiobook version of the Bible; and helped the mock bedtime story, Go The F**k to Sleep, become a viral sensation that debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times bestsellers list.

MUST BE THE VOICE

Jackson has a successful side-career as a voice-over actor, playing an array…

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