Director Ezra Edelman's Oscar-winning docuseries "O.J.: Made in America" is a highlight of ESPN'S "30 for 30" franchise that will re-air starting Tuesday, March 24. TheWrap looked back at key moments on O.J. Simpson's timeline.
Orenthal James Simpson, from San Francisco, California, was a football prodigy, rushing for 1,880 yards and scoring 23 touchdowns during his senior year at USC in 1968, the same year he won the Heisman Trophy
Still at the height of his fame, Simpson was arrested in 1994 in connection with the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman, following a highly-publicized police chase in a white Ford Bronco.
On Oct. 3, 1995, Simpson was acquitted of both murders in a decision that shocked some, delighted others and captivated all.
In 2007, Simpson and a group of men stormed into a Las Vegas hotel room after O.J. learned a man in the room was trying to sell memorabilia from Simpson's sports career. He was convicted of kidnapping and armed robbery, for which he was sentenced to 33 years.
Simpson's lawyer fought for a retrial in the Las Vegas case, and in 2012, a judge reopened the case but upheld Simpson's conviction.