Samuel L. Jackson was born on December 21, 1948 in Washington, D.C. Raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee by his grandmother. Jackson graduated from Morehouse College in 1972 and performed skits about racial inequality with a theatre company. Then moved to New York City where his friendship with Spike Lee helped him land his first movie gigs. In 1994, he had landed a role in the cult hit, Pulp Fiction. Besides, by the age of 63, he had appeared in more than 100 films, and in 2011 he named the highest grossing actor of all time with more than $7.2 billion in wealth.
Mace Windu is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise, portrayed by actor Samuel L. Jackson autographs in the prequel films and voiced by Terrence C. Carson in other projects. Furthermore, he appears as a human male, Master of the Jedi High Council and one of the last members of the orders upper echelons before the Galactic Republics fall. He is the Councils primary liaison, although the Clone Wars caused him to question his most held beliefs.