1963 - Born on the 27th of March in Knoxville, Tennessee.
1992 - Quentin Tarantino took Hollywood by storm with the cult hit Reservoir Dogs.
1993 - Wrote and directed his next feature, Pulp Fiction, which featured three interweaving crime story lines; Tony Scott's big-budget production of True Romance was also released that year.
1994 - He was elevated from a cult figure to a major celebrity. Pulp Fiction won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival that May, beginning the flood of good reviews for the picture.
- His combination of clever dialogue and brutal violence hit a new peak with Pulp Fiction, which won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and revived the career of John Travolta.
- Wrote story for movie "Natural Born Killer"
1995 - Began to dabble in acting, appearing with Antonio Banderas in Desperado, and with George Clooney in From Dusk Til Dawn.
1996 - He served as the screenwriter and executive producer for the George Clooney schlock-fest From Dusk Till Dawn, and the following year renewed some of his earlier acclaim as the director and screenwriter of Jackie Brown.
1997 - He had a solid, if not spectacular, hit with Jackie Brown, starring Pam Grier.
2003 - He announced that his film, Kill Bill would be released in two parts.
2007 - He teamed with filmmaker Robert Rodriguez for the "double feature" project, Grindhouse.
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