Sylvester Stallone filmography

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American actor, director, producer, and writer Sylvester Stallone has been in over fifty movies.

Film[edit]

Year Title Credited as Role Notes
Actor Director Producer Writer
1970 The Party at Kitty and Stud's Green tickY Stud Renamed Italian Stallion after he became famous
1970 No Place to Hide Green tickY Jerry Savage
1971 Bananas Green tickY Subway Thug (uncredited)
1974 The Lords of Flatbush Green tickY Green tickY Stanley Rosiello Writer: additional dialogue
1975 Capone Green tickY Frank Nitti
1975 Death Race 2000 Green tickY Machine Gun Joe Viterbo
1975 Farewell, My Lovely Green tickY Jonnie
1975 "Prisoner of Second Avenue" Green tickY Youth in Park
1976 Cannonball Green tickY Mafioso Cameo; uncredited
1976 Rocky Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa
1978 F.I.S.T. Green tickY Green tickY Johnny D. Kovak
1978 Paradise Alley Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Cosmo Carboni
1979 Rocky II Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa
1981 Nighthawks Green tickY Det. Sgt. Deke DaSilva
1981 Escape to Victory Green tickY Captain Robert Hatch – The Players: U.S.A.
1982 Rocky III Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa
1982 First Blood Green tickY Green tickY John Rambo
1983 Staying Alive Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Man on Street Uncredited cameo
1984 Rhinestone Green tickY Green tickY Nick Martinelli
1985 Rambo: First Blood Part II Green tickY Green tickY John Rambo
1985 Rocky IV Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa
1986 Cobra Green tickY Green tickY Lieutenant Marion 'Cobra' Cobretti
1987 Over the Top Green tickY Green tickY Lincoln Hawk
1988 Rambo III Green tickY Green tickY John Rambo
1989 Lock Up Green tickY Frank Leone
1989 Tango & Cash Green tickY Lt. Raymond Tango
1990 Rocky V Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa
1991 Oscar Green tickY Angelo 'Snaps' Provolone
1992 Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot Green tickY Sgt. Joe Bomowski
1993 Cliffhanger Green tickY Green tickY Gabe Walker
1993 Demolition Man Green tickY John Spartan
1994 The Specialist Green tickY Ray Quick
1995 Judge Dredd Green tickY Judge Joseph Dredd
1995 Assassins Green tickY Robert Rath
1995 Your Studio and You Green tickY Himself
1996 Daylight Green tickY Kit Latura
1997 The Good Life Green tickY Boss Unreleased
1997 Men in Black Green tickY Alien on TV Monitors Uncredited cameo
1997 Cop Land Green tickY Sheriff Freddy Heflin
1998 Antz Green tickY Weaver Voice
2000 Get Carter Green tickY Jack Carter
2001 Driven Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Joe Tanto
2002 D-Tox Green tickY Jake Malloy
2002 Avenging Angelo Green tickY Frankie Delano
2003 Taxi 3 Green tickY Passenger to Airport Uncredited cameo
2003 Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Green tickY The Toymaker
2003 Shade Green tickY Dean 'The Dean' Stevens
2006 Rocky Balboa Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa
2008 Rambo Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY John Rambo a.k.a. Rambo IV
2009 Kambakkht Ishq Green tickY Himself Cameo
2010 The Expendables Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Barney Ross
2011 Zookeeper Green tickY Joe the Lion Voice
2012 The Expendables 2 Green tickY Green tickY Barney Ross
2013 Bullet to the Head Green tickY James "Jimmy Bobo" Bonomo
2013 Escape Plan Green tickY Ray Breslin
2013 Homefront Green tickY Green tickY
2013 Grudge Match Green tickY Henry 'Razor' Sharp
2014 The Expendables 3 Green tickY Green tickY Barney Ross
2014 Reach Me Green tickY Gerald
2015 Creed[1] Green tickY Green tickY Rocky Balboa Executive producer; filming
2016 Animal Crackers Green tickY Bullet-Man Voice; filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1975 Police Story Elmore 'Rocky' Caddo Episode: "The Cutting Edge"
1975 Kojak Det. Rick Daly Episode: "My Brother, My Enemy"
1991 Dream On Himself Episode: "The Second Greatest Story Ever Told"
1997 Saturday Night Live Host Episode: "Sylvester Stallone/Jamiroquai"
2002 Liberty's Kids Paul Revere Episode: "Midnight Ride"
2005 Las Vegas Frank the Repairman 2 episodes

Music videos[edit]

Year Artist Song
1987 Sammy Hagar "Winner Takes It All"

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