Adam Sandler filmography

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Adam Sandler filmography
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Filmography
Feature films 57
Television series 12

The following is the filmography of actor, comedian, film producer and screenwriter, Adam Sandler.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Key
  Films that have not yet been released   Denotes films that have not yet been released
Film Year Role Notes
Going Overboard 1989 Schecky Moskowit Writer
Shakes the Clown 1992 Dink the Clown
Coneheads 1993 Carmine
Airheads 1994 Pip
Mixed Nuts 1994 Louie
Billy Madison 1995 Billy Madison Also writer
Happy Gilmore 1996 Happy Gilmore Also writer
Bulletproof 1996 Archie Moses
Wedding Singer, TheThe Wedding Singer 1998 Robbie Hart
Dirty Work 1998 Satan Cameo appearance
Waterboy, TheThe Waterboy 1998 Robert "Bobby" Boucher, Jr. Also executive producer and writer
Big Daddy 1999 Sonny Koufax Also executive producer and writer
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo 1999 Robert Justin Voice
Cameo appearance
Little Nicky 2000 Nicky Also executive producer and writer
Joe Dirt 2001 Executive producer
Animal, TheThe Animal 2001 Townie Cameo appearance
Also executive producer
Mr. Deeds 2002 Longfellow Deeds Also executive producer
The Master of Disguise 2002 Executive producer
Punch-Drunk Love 2002 Barry Egan
Eight Crazy Nights 2002 Davey Stone/Whitey Duvall/Eleanor Duvall/Deer Voice
Also producer and writer
Day with the Meatball, AA Day with the Meatball 2002 Himself Short film
The Hot Chick 2002 Mambuza Bongo Guy Cameo appearance (Uncredited)
Also executive producer
Anger Management 2003 Dave Buznik Also executive producer
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star 2003 Executive producer
Pauly Shore Is Dead 2003 Himself Documentary
Voice
50 First Dates 2004 Henry Roth Also executive producer
Spanglish 2004 John Clasky
Longest Yard, TheThe Longest Yard 2005 Paul Crewe Also executive producer
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo 2005 Javier Sandooski Cameo
Also producer
Grandma's Boy 2006 Executive producer
The Benchwarmers 2006 Executive producer
Click 2006 Michael Newman Also producer
Reign Over Me 2007 Charles "Charlie" Fineman
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry 2007 Charles "Chuck" Levine Also executive producer
Strange Wilderness 2008 Executive producer
You Don't Mess with the Zohan 2008 Zohan Dvir/Scrappy Coco Also producer and writer
The House Bunny 2008 Executive producer
Bedtime Stories 2008 Skeeter Bronson Also producer
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2009 Executive producer
Funny People 2009 George Simmons
The Shortcut 2009 Executive producer
Grown Ups 2010 Leonard "Lenny" Feder Also producer and writer
Just Go with It 2011 Dr. Daniel Leroy "Danny" Maccabee III Also producer
Zookeeper 2011 Donald the Capuchin Monkey Voice
Also producer
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star 2011 Writer and producer
Jack and Jill 2011 Jack Sadelstein/Jill Sadelstein Also producer and writer
That's My Boy 2012 Donald "Donny" Berger Also producer
Hotel Transylvania 2012 Count Dracula Voice
Here Comes the Boom 2012 Executive producer
Grown Ups 2 2013 Leonard "Lenny" Feder Also writer and producer
Blended 2014 Jim Friedman Also producer
The Cobbler dagger 2014 Post-production
Men, Women & Children dagger 2014 Don Truby Post-production
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 dagger 2015 Producer, filming
Pixels dagger 2015 Voice, also producer, filming
Hotel Transylvania 2[1] 2015 Count Dracula Voice

Television[edit]

Title Year Character Notes
Remote Control 1987–90 Stud Boy Game show
Cosby Show, TheThe Cosby Show 1987–88 Smitty 4 episodes
The Marshall Chronicles 1990 Usher Episode: "Brightman SATyricon"
ABC Afterschool Special 1990 Drug Dealer Episode: "Testing Dirty"
The Larry Sanders Show 1993 Himself Episode: "Hank's Wedding"
Saturday Night Live 1990–95 Various 87 episodes
Undeclared 2001 Himself Episode: "The Assistant"
Couch 2003 Couch Testing Guy TV short
Getaway 2005 Henry Roth Episode: "Found"
King of Queens, TheThe King of Queens 2007 Jeff "The Beast" Sussman Episode: "Mild Bunch"
Jessie 2013 Himself Episode: "Punched Dumped Love"
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2014 Himself Episode: "Broken Feather"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sony Animation Shelves ‘Smurfs 3′ For New Origin Tale In Franchise Reboot". Deadline. March 12, 2014. Retrieved March 12, 2014. 

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