Quentin Tarantino is an American director, screenwriter and producer. Upon selling a crime-comedy screenplay titled True Romance in 1991, Tarantino used the money to make his directorial debut with the low budget crime thriller Reservoir Dogs (1992). Tarantino followed up with Pulp Fiction (1994), a critical and commercial success that also earned him an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. His other films include Kill Bill, Jackie Brown, The Hateful Eight, Death Proof, Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. He owns the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles and occasionally programs the movies that play there.
Born on March 27, 1963 in Knoxville, Tennessee, his middle name is Jerome. His zodiac sign is Aries.
Tarantino’s personal views on religion were unknown until 2015 when a reporter asked him if he believed in a higher power.
“I think I was born Catholic, but I was never practiced. I lived with my grandmother for awhile in Tennessee, and I got involved with a Christian church there and… I got baptized and saved and all that stuff,” Quentin explained.
“As time has gone on, as I’ve become a man and made my way further as an adult, I’m not sure how much any of that I believe in. I don’t really know if I believe in God, especially not in this Santa Claus character that people seemed to have conjured up.” (1)
That sounds like the description of an agnostic, someone who doesn’t know whether there is a God or not, but leaning towards an atheistic direction (someone who doesn’t believe in a God.)
Tarantino married his long-time girlfriend Daniella Pick, an Israeli-born singer, in 2018. The pair had been dating since 2009. The wedding was held in a Reform Judiasm manner.
He had prior romantic relations with actress Mira Sorvino, filmmaker Sofia Coppola, comedian Margaret Cho, and a one-night stand with comedian Kathy Griffin.
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