Samuel L. Jackson: Good Genes or Good Docs?


0618_samuel_l_jackson_good_genesSamuel L. Jackson“s looks are off the chains.

Here”s the foul-mouthed 47-year-old “Pulp Fiction” gangster hanging out in Beverly Hills back in 1995 (left) — and 18 years later the 64-year-old “Django Unchained” actor at a benefit gala earlier this month (right).

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