Quentin Tarantino Success

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Quentin Tarantino is an American actor, film director, producer and a screenwriter that was born on March 27, 1963, Tennessee. His entire name is Quentin Jerome Tarantino, but is known more as only Quentin Tarantino. His artistic talents allowed him to have great results during his career. His success brought him a huge success, and today, Quentin Tarantino is a famous figure at Hollywood. Quentin Tarantino career started during the 90′s and throughout time, he managed to make wonderful films such as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill, Jackie Brown, but  also television productions.

Quentin Tarantino has always wanted to become and actor, too, not staying only behind cameras. So, he appeared in Elvis Impersonate and The Golden Globes, but were unsuccessful, so it seems that he is good only as a film director or as a screen writer, but not acting. A famous film made by Quentin Tarantino is called Inglorious Bastards. For his great artistic results, Quentin Tarantino was very acclaimed and received many awards that were a proof he is very talented and good at what he does. Although Quentin Tarantino was very successful, he was also criticized for the fact that his films are all very similar and that he includes many things about racism and drugs in his films.

It is ironic though, that even if he includes these things, Quentin Tarantino was never suspected of drug abuse. Apart from this, all his work is of high quality and he chose great films that perhaps would not become so famous if it was not him to make them different. Regarding his personal life, Quentin Tarantino was always careful about that, trying to be as discrete as possible and he does not like to talk too much about it. There have been said many things about his relationships, but there were only rumors. He often said that although he has never been married, his purpose was not to stay single all his life, but this is what happens when you choose to work at Hollywood.

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