The thespian is trading monologues for cash as he raises money for research
Samuel L. Jackson is not in danger. He is the danger. He is the one who knocks.
Jackson's also a supporter of Alzheimer's research — so he's raising money by auctioning off performances of great monologues, including Walter White's infamous “I am the one who knocks” speech from the fourth season of “Breaking Bad.” It was originally performed by Bryan Cranston.
That knocking may be opportunity: Jackson has surpassed his goal of $155,000.
How does Jackson compare to Cranston? Watch videos of their performances and decide: