Keith Szarabajka

director, "Watching OJ"

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American actor and director of the play "Watching OJ"

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It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since a jury acquitted Heisman Trophy-winning-football player-turned-TV and movie star OJ Simpson of murdering his wife, Nicole Brown-Simpson…

The OJ Simpson Verdict, 20 Years Later

It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since a jury acquitted Heisman Trophy-winning-football player-turned-TV and movie star OJ Simpson of murdering his wife, Nicole Brown-Simpson…

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