George A. Romero filmography
George A. Romero is an American film director, writer, editor and cinematographer. He has contributed to many projects as either the writer, director, editor, cinematographer or a combination of the four.
Romero's first film was the 1968 horror film Night of the Living Dead, which he produced independently. Romero was also a contributing producer for the horror television series Tales From the Darkside that ran in the 1980s.
|1968||Night of the Living Dead[II]||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Washington reporter||96%||8.6|
|1971||There's Always Vanilla[II]||Yes||Yes||n/a||n/a|
|1972||Season of the Witch[II]||Yes||Yes||Yes||57%||5.9|
|1978||Dawn of the Dead||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||TV Director||95%||8.5|
|1985||Day of the Dead||Yes||Yes||Yes||Zombie with scarf||82%||6.9|
|Document of the Dead||Yes||Himself||n/a||n/a|
|1990||Tales from the Darkside: The Movie||Yes||31%||4.6|
|Two Evil Eyes||Yes||Yes||50%||5.2|
|Night of the Living Dead [IIIII]||Yes||68%||8.4|
|1991||The Silence of the Lambs||Yes||FBI Agent in Memphis||94%||6.3|
|1993||The Dark Half[I]||Yes||Yes||61%||5.8|
|The American Nightmare||Yes||Himself||67%||6.6|
|2004||Dawn of the Dead [IIIII]||Yes||75%||6.7|
|2005||Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream||Yes||Himself||89%||6.9|
|Land of the Dead||Yes||Yes||Yes||Puppeteer||74%||6.6|
|2006||Night of the Living Dead 3D [IIIII]||Yes||18%||2.6|
|Diary of the Dead[I]||Yes||Yes||Yes||Police Chief Arthur Katz||62%||6.1|
|2008||Day of the Dead [IIIII]||Yes||14%||2.7|
|Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero||Yes||Himself||n/a||n/a|
|Survival of the Dead||Yes||Yes||30%||4.9|
|2010||The Crazies [IIIII]||Yes||71%||6.4|
|2011||Deadtime Stories 2[I]||Yes||Himself||n/a||n/a|
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Romero was a contributing producer for the 1980s television series Tales From The Darkside
Romero is given credit at the end of the zombie themed episode four of the Japanese animated series Space Dandy as having written and directed it, though this is a joke.
Romero made a cameo appearance on the 2014 Phineas and Ferb Halloween special, "Night of the Living Pharmacists", where he voiced a news reporter named "Don Adaded", in reference to his film Dawn of the Dead. The character design was also modeled after Romero.
Romero appeared in and narrated the 2016 NFL Network documentary Night of the Living Steelers, which examined the sports documentaries Romero shot for the team in the 1970s.
Romero was featured and voiced alongside Robert Englund, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Danny Trejo and Michael Rooker in a downloadable content pack in Call of Duty: Black Ops as a zombie boss in "Call of the Dead", the zombie map included in the content pack named "Escalation".