Adam Sandler filmography

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Adam Sandler at the Funny People premiere event in Berlin, 2009

Feature films 64
Television series 16
Documentaries 2

American comedian Adam Sandler has had an extensive career in acting, producing and screenwriting. He has appeared in over sixty films and fifteen television series.

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Functioned as Notes
Actor Producer Writer
1989 Going Overboard Schecky Moskowitz Yes No Yes
1991 Shakes the Clown Dink the Clown Yes No No
1993 Coneheads Carmine Weiner Yes No No
1994 Airheads Pip Yes No No
Mixed Nuts Louie Yes No No
1995 Billy Madison Billy Madison Yes No Yes
1996 Happy Gilmore Happy Gilmore Yes No Yes
Bulletproof Archie Moses Yes No No
1998 The Wedding Singer Robbie Hart Yes No No
Dirty Work Satan Yes No No Uncredited cameo[1]
The Waterboy Robert "Bobby" Boucher, Jr. Yes Yes Yes Executive producer
1999 Big Daddy Sonny Koufax Yes Yes Yes Executive producer
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo Robert Justin Yes Yes No Uncredited voice cameo[2]
Executive producer
2000 Little Nicky Nicky Yes Yes Yes Executive producer
2001 Joe Dirt No Yes No Executive producer
The Animal Townie Yes Yes No Cameo
Executive producer
2002 Punch-Drunk Love Barry Egan Yes No No
Mr. Deeds Mr. Longfellow Deeds Yes Yes No Executive producer
The Master of Disguise No Yes No Executive producer
Eight Crazy Nights Davey Stone / Whitey Duvall / Eleanor Duvall / Deer Yes Yes Yes Voice
The Hot Chick Mambuza Bongo Guy Yes Yes No Uncredited cameo[3]
Executive producer
2003 Pauly Shore Is Dead Himself Yes No No Voice cameo
Couch Couch Testing Guy Yes No No Short film
Anger Management Dave Buznik Yes Yes No Executive producer
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star No Yes No
2004 50 First Dates Henry Roth Yes No No
Spanglish John Clasky Yes No No
2005 The Longest Yard Paul Crewe Yes Yes No Executive producer
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Javier Sandooski Yes Yes No Uncredited cameo[4]
2006 Grandma's Boy No Yes No Executive producer
The Benchwarmers No Yes No
Click Michael Newman Yes Yes No
2007 Reign Over Me Charles "Charlie" Fineman Yes No No
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry Charles "Chuck" Levine Yes Yes No
2008 Strange Wilderness No Yes No Executive producer
You Don't Mess with the Zohan Zohan Dvir / Scrappy Coco Yes Yes Yes
The House Bunny No Yes No
Bedtime Stories Skeeter Bronson Yes Yes No
2009 Paul Blart: Mall Cop No Yes No
Funny People George Simmons Yes No No
2010 Grown Ups Leonard "Lenny" Feder Yes Yes Yes
2011 Just Go with It Dr. Daniel "Danny" Maccabee Yes Yes No
Zookeeper Donald the Capuchin Monkey Yes Yes No Voice
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star No Yes Yes
Jack and Jill Jack Sadelstein / Jill Sadelstein Yes Yes Yes
2012 That's My Boy Donald "Donny" Berger Yes Yes No
Hotel Transylvania Count "Drac" Dracula Yes Yes No Voice
Executive producer
Here Comes the Boom No Yes No Executive producer
2013 Grown Ups 2 Leonard "Lenny" Feder Yes Yes Yes
2014 Blended Jim Friedman Yes Yes No
Top Five Himself Yes No No Cameo
Men, Women & Children Don Truby Yes No No
The Cobbler Max Simkin Yes No No
2015 Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 No Yes No
Pixels Sam Brenner Yes Yes No
I Am Chris Farley Himself Yes No No Documentary
Hotel Transylvania 2 Dracula Yes Yes Yes Voice
Executive producer
The Ridiculous 6 Tommy "White Knife" Stockburn Yes Yes Yes
2016 The Do-Over Max Kessler Yes Yes No
2017 Sandy Wexler Sandy Wexler Yes Yes Yes
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) Danny Meyerowitz Yes No No
Puppy! Dracula Yes No No Voice
Short film
2018 The Week Of Kenny Lustig Yes Yes Yes
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Dracula Yes No No Voice
Adam Sandler 100% Fresh Himself Yes Yes Yes Stand-up film
2019 Murder Mystery[5] Nick Spitz Yes Yes No
Uncut Gems[6] Howard Ratner Yes No No

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987–1988 The Cosby Show Smitty 4 episodes
1987–1990 Remote Control The Stud Boy and the Trivia Delinquent Game show
1990 The Marshall Chronicles Usher Episode: "Brightman SATyricon"
1990 ABC Afterschool Special Drug Dealer Episode: "Testing Dirty"
1990–1995 Saturday Night Live Various 87 episodes
1993 The Larry Sanders Show Himself Episode: "Hank's Wedding"
2001 Undeclared Himself Episode: "The Assistant"
2007–2013 Rules of Engagement Executive producer
2007 The King of Queens Jeff "The Beast" Sussman Uncredited
Episode: "Mild Bunch"[7]
2009 Sesame Street Himself 2 episodes
2013 Jessie Himself Uncredited
Episode: "Punched Dumped Love"
2014 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Himself Episode: "Operation: Broken Feather"
2016, 2018 Kevin Can Wait Jimmy Lander Uncredited
2 episodes
2017 Real Rob Adam Episode: "Authentic Self"
2019 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: Adam Sandler/Shawn Mendes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dudak, Cory (June 27, 2012). "15 Best Movie Cameos Ever, Part 1". mandatory.com. Archived from the original on 2015-11-24. Retrieved April 11, 2016.
  2. ^ Distasio, Christine (July 22, 2014). "Adam Sandler Accepts Movies Based on Their Amazing Locations & These 9 Roles Prove It". Bustle.com. Retrieved April 11, 2016.
  3. ^ Johnson, Malcolm (December 13, 2002). "Not A Fair Trade For `Hot Chick'". courant.com. Retrieved April 11, 2016.
  4. ^ Horn, John (August 12, 2005). "Why Disney jilted 'Gigolo' sequel". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved April 11, 2016.
  5. ^ http://ew.com/movies/2018/03/29/adam-sandler-jennifer-aniston-murder-mystery/
  6. ^ https://www.empireonline.com/people/adam-sandler/adam-sandler-starring-safdie-brothers-drama-uncut-gems/
  7. ^ Fredrick, Brittany (August 6, 2014). "'King of Queens' star Kevin James also king of self-deprecating comedy". axs.com. Retrieved April 11, 2016.

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