معلومات عن The part Jackson’s hair plays : The part Jackson's hair plays
October 22, 2002By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
Action film star Samuel L. Jackson is known for his diversity of roles and for the wide array of hairstyles he chooses for them, including the cornrows he wears in Formula 51.
But Jackson gets help with the 'dos. Most people probably don't realize that, for the most part, Jackson
http://www.tedhair.com  wears wigs on screen. He has relied on the same wig designer since going platinum as a boxing promoter in 1996's The Great White Hype.
"Sam's not fussy, but he's very particular about what he wants," said Robert Louis Stevenson, 58, who also has worked on stars ranging from Eddie Murphy to Angela Lansbury. "Usually, once the process starts, we only have about three weeks to get it ready."
Jackson has gone bald, in Shaft and the most recent Star Wars movies. He's sported a Gumby blowout (Unbreakable), Jheri curls (Pulp Fiction), the salt and pepper natural look (Changing Lanes) and dreadlocks (Caveman's Valentine).
To design the
http://www.tedhair.com  wigs, Stevenson and Jackson pore over a script, discuss the character, sift through photos of hairstyle choices and then commission hairpieces that cost up to $5,000 each from Los Angeles based wig maker Victoria Woods.
Stevenson said the most distinctive wig Jackson ever wore on screen is one the designer didn't create: the Jheri curls of Jackson's hit man Jules in Pulp Fiction.
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