Here’s a trivia question: after O.J. Simpson was charged with murder, how long do you think it took for a cheap made-for-TV movie to cash in on the story and hit the airwaves? Try six months! In January 1995, The O.J. Simpson Story came out during the exact same week that O.J.’s trial got started. An unknown Terrence Howard wound up having a role in the movie as a younger version of O.J.’s friend and Bronco driver, Al Cowlings, during some flashback sequences. Feel free to skip to his appearance at 25:25 to witness some Lifetime movie-caliber acting.