George Clooney filmography
George Clooney is an American actor, writer, producer, and director. He is one of the highest-grossing actors of all time with over $1.9 billion total box office gross and an average of $61.7 million per film. He has been involved in thirteen films that grossed over $200 million at the worldwide box office.
Clooney has appeared in the television series E/R (1984–85), The Facts of Life (1985–87), Roseanne (1988–91), Bodies of Evidence (1992–93) and Sisters (1993–94). Early in his career, Clooney also appeared in a number of low-budget film roles like Return to Horror High (1987), Combat Academy (1987 television movie), Return of the Killer Tomatoes (1988), Unbecoming Age (1992) and The Harvest (1993). His role as doctor Doug Ross on ER earned him Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations.
In the 1990s Clooney appeared in the films From Dusk till Dawn (1996), One Fine Day (1996), with Michelle Pfeiffer, The Peacemaker (1997) with Nicole Kidman, Batman & Robin (1997), and Out of Sight (1998) opposite Jennifer Lopez. The new millennium saw Clooney in the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000), which won him a Golden Globe Award, as well as Empire Award and Satellite Award nominations. In 2001, he teamed up again with Soderbergh for the star-studded caper film Ocean's Eleven, alongside Matt Damon, Brad Pitt and many others. The film was followed by two sequels starring Clooney, Ocean's Twelve in 2004 and Ocean's Thirteen in 2007. He has also appeared in Solaris (2002), Welcome To Collinwood (2002), Intolerable Cruelty (2003), Syriana (2005), for which he was rewarded with a Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, The Good German (2006), Michael Clayton (2007), Burn After Reading (2008), Up in the Air (2009), for the latter earning an Academy Award nomination. Clooney also directed and starred in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002), Good Night, and Good Luck (2005), Leatherheads (2008) and The Ides of March (2011).
In 2011 Clooney starred in Alexander Payne's The Descendants, earning a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama and an Academy Award nomination. In 2013, he co-starred opposite Sandra Bullock in the science-fiction film Gravity. He directed, co-produced, co-wrote, and starred in The Monuments Men, originally scheduled for release in 2013, but pushed back until 2014. He next starred in Brad Bird's science fiction film Tomorrowland, released on May 22, 2015.
|1986||Combat Academy||Cadet Major Biff Woods||Yes|
|1987||Return to Horror High||Oliver||Yes|
|1987||Grizzly II: The Predator||Unnamed role||Yes||Uncredited|
|1988||Return of the Killer Tomatoes||Matt Stevens||Yes|
|1993||The Harvest||Lip Syncing Transvestite||Yes|
|1996||From Dusk till Dawn||Seth Gecko||Yes|
|1996||One Fine Day||Jack Taylor||Yes|
|1997||Batman & Robin||Bruce Wayne / Batman||Yes|
|1997||The Peacemaker||Lt. Col. Thomas Devoe||Yes|
|1998||The Thin Red Line||Captain Charles Bosche||Yes|
|1998||Out of Sight||Jack Foley||Yes|
|1998||Waiting for Woody||Himself||Yes||Short|
|1999||Three Kings||Archie Gates||Yes|
|1999||The Book That Wrote Itself||Himself||Yes||Cameo|
|1999||South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut||Dr. Gouache||Yes||Voice|
|2000||The Perfect Storm||Captain Billy Tyne||Yes|
|2000||O Brother, Where Art Thou?||Everett||Yes|
|2001||Ocean's Eleven||Danny Ocean||Yes|
|2001||Spy Kids||Devlin||Yes||Yes||Executive producer|
|2001||Rock Star||Yes||Executive producer|
|2002||Confessions of a Dangerous Mind||Jim Byrd||Yes||Yes|
|2002||Welcome to Collinwood||Jerzy||Yes||Yes|
|2002||Starbuck Holger Meins||Yes||Documentary|
|2002||Far from Heaven||Yes|
|2003||Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over||Devlin||Yes|
|2003||Intolerable Cruelty||Miles Massey||Yes|
|2004||Ocean's Twelve||Danny Ocean||Yes|
|2005||Good Night, and Good Luck||Fred Friendly||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|2005||The Big Empty||Yes|
|2005||Rumor Has It...||Yes|
|2006||The Good German||Jake Geismer||Yes|
|2006||A Scanner Darkly||Yes|
|2007||Michael Clayton||Michael Clayton||Yes||Yes|
|2007||Ocean's Thirteen||Danny Ocean||Yes|
|2007||Sand and Sorrow||Narrator||Yes||Yes||Documentary|
|2008||Leatherheads||Jimmy "Dodge" Connelly||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|2008||Burn After Reading||Harry Pfarrer||Yes|
|2009||Fantastic Mr. Fox||Mr. Fox||Yes||Voice|
|2009||The Men Who Stare At Goats||Lyn Cassady||Yes||Yes|
|2009||Up in the Air||Ryan Bingham||Yes|
|2010||The American||Jack / Edward||Yes||Yes|
|2011||The Ides of March||Governor Mike Morris||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|2011||The Descendants||Matthew "Matt" King||Yes|
|2013||Gravity||Matthew "Matt" Kowalski||Yes|
|2013||August: Osage County||Yes|
|2014||The Monuments Men||Frank Stokes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|2015||Our Brand Is Crisis||Yes|
|2015||A Very Murray Christmas||Himself||Yes|
|2016||Hail, Caesar!||Baird Whitlock||Yes|
|2016||Money Monster||Lee Gates||Yes||Yes|
|2018||Ocean's Eight||Yes||In post-production|
|1984–85||E/R||Mark 'Ace' Kolmar||8 episodes|
|1984||Riptide||Lenny Colwell||Episode: "Where the Girls Are"|
|1985||Street Hawk||Kevin Stark||Episode: "A Second Self"|
|1985||Crazy like a Fox||Episode: "Suitable for Framing"|
|1985–87||The Facts of Life||George Burnett||17 episodes|
|1986||Hotel||Nick Miller||Episode: "Recriminations"|
|1986||Throb||Rollo Moldonaldo||Episode: "My Fair Punker Lady"|
|1986||Combat Academy||Cadet Major Biff Woods||Television movie; also known as Combat High|
|1987||Hunter||Matthew Winfield||Episode: "Double Exposure"|
|1987||Murder, She Wrote||Kip Howard||Episode: "No Laughing Murder"|
|1987||The Golden Girls||Det. Bobby Hopkins||Episode: "To Catch A Neighbor"|
|1988–91||Roseanne||Booker Brooks||11 episodes|
|1991||Baby Talk||Joe||5 episodes|
|1992||Jack's Place||Rick Logan||Episode "Everything Old Is New Again"|
|1992–93||Bodies of Evidence||Det. Ryan Walker||16 episodes|
|1993||The Building||Bonnie's Fiancee||Episode: "Pilot"|
|1993||Without Warning: Terror in the Towers||Kevin Shea||Television movie|
|1993–94||Sisters||Det. James Falconer||19 episodes|
|1994–99, 2000, 2009||ER||Dr. Doug Ross||109 episodes|
|1995||Friends||Dr. Michael Mitchell||Episode: "The One With Two Parts: Part Two"|
|1997||South Park||Sparky the Dog (voice)||Episode: "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride"|
|1998||Murphy Brown||Doctor #2||Episode: "Never Can Say Goodbye: Part 2"|
|2000||Fail Safe||Colonel Jack Grady||Live television production; also executive producer|
|2010||Hope for Haiti Now||Himself||Also creator, developer, executive producer and co-host|
|2014||Text Santa 4||George Oceans Gravity, Marquis of Hollywood||Downton Abbey charity sketch|
|2000||Fail Safe||Executive producer|
|2003||K Street||Executive producer; 10 episodes|
|2005||Unscripted||Executive producer (10 episodes); also director (5 episodes)|
|2010||Hope for Haiti Now||Executive producer|
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