Kevin Costner filmography

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American actor, director, and producer Kevin Costner has won two Academy Awards, among other awards. The following is his complete filmography.

Filmography[edit]

List of film credits
Year Title Role Director Notes
1981 Sizzle Beach, U.S.A. John Logan Richard Brander
1982 Chasing Dreams[1] Ed
1982 Night Shift Frat Boy No. 1 Ron Howard
1982 Frances Luther Adler Graeme Clifford Uncredited[2]
1983 Stacy's Knights Will Bonner Jim Wilson
1983 Table for Five Newlywed Husband Robert Lieberman
1983 Testament Phil Pitkin Lynne Littman
1983 The Big Chill Alex Marshall Lawrence Kasdan All scenes with his face were deleted[3]
1984 Shadows Run Black Jimmy Scott Howard Heard
1985 Fandango Gardner Barnes Kevin Reynolds
1985 Silverado Jake Lawrence Kasdan
1985 American Flyers Marcus Sommers John Badham
1987 The Untouchables Eliot Ness Brian De Palma
1987 No Way Out Lieutenant Commander
Tom Farrell
Roger Donaldson
1988 Bull Durham Crash Davis Ron Shelton
1989 Field of Dreams Ray Kinsella Phil Alden Robinson
1989 Gunrunner, TheThe Gunrunner Ted
1990 Revenge Michael "Jay" Cochran Tony Scott Also executive producer
1990 Dances with Wolves Lieutenant John J. Dunbar Kevin Costner Nominated for Academy Award for Best Actor

Also director and producer (won both Academy Awards)

1991 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Robin Hood Kevin Reynolds
1991 JFK Jim Garrison Oliver Stone
1992 Inside Out, Oliver Stone:Oliver Stone: Inside Out Himself Documentary
1992 The Bodyguard Frank Farmer Mick Jackson Also producer
1993 A Perfect World Robert "Butch" Haynes Clint Eastwood
1994 A Century of Cinema Himself Caroline Thomas Documentary
1994 Wyatt Earp Wyatt Earp Lawrence Kasdan Also producer
1994 The War Stephen Simmons Jon Avnet
1995 Waterworld Mariner Kevin Reynolds Also producer
1996 Tin Cup Roy "Tin Cup" McAvoy Ron Shelton
1997 Sean Connery: An Intimate Portrait Himself Documentary
1997 The Postman The Postman Kevin Costner Also director and producer
1999 Message in a Bottle Garret Blake Luis Mandoki Also producer
1999 For Love of the Game Billy Chapel Sam Raimi
1999 Play It to the Bone Ringside Fan Ron Shelton Cameo
2000 Thirteen Days Kenny O'Donnell Roger Donaldson
2001 3000 Miles to Graceland Thomas J. Murphy Demian Lichtenstein
2002 Dragonfly Joe Darrow Tom Shadyac
2003 Open Range Charley Waite Kevin Costner Also director and producer
2005 The Upside of Anger Denny Davies Mike Binder
2005 Rumor Has It... Beau Burroughs Rob Reiner
2006 The Guardian Ben Randall Andrew Davis
2007 Mr. Brooks Mr. Earl Brooks Bruce A. Evans
2008 Swing Vote Bud Johnson Joshua Michael Stern
2009 The New Daughter John James Luis Berdejo
2010 The Company Men Jack Dolan John Wells
2013 Man of Steel Jonathan Kent Zack Snyder
2014 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Thomas Harper Kenneth Branagh
2014 3 Days to Kill Ethan Renner McG
2014 Draft Day Sonny Weaver, Jr. Ivan Reitman
2014 The Man Who Saved the World Himself Peter Anthony Documentary
2015 Black or White Elliot Anderson Mike Binder Also producer
2015 McFarland, USA Jim White Niki Caro
2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Jonathan Kent Zack Snyder Cameo
2016 Criminal Jericho Stewart Ariel Vromen
2016 Hidden Figures Al Harrison Theodore Melfi
2017 Molly's Game Aaron Sorkin In post-production

Television[edit]

List of TV credits
Year Title Role Notes
1985 Amazing Stories Captain Season 1, episode 5, "The Mission", double-length episode
1990 The Earth Day Special Bartender
2012 Hatfields & McCoys William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield Miniseries, also producer

Director[edit]

List of film credits
Year Title Notes
1990 Dances with Wolves Academy Award winner
1997 The Postman
2003 Open Range

Producer[edit]

List of film credits
Year Title Notes
1990 Dances with Wolves Academy Award winner
1994 Rapa Nui
1994 Wyatt Earp
1995 Waterworld
1999 Message in a Bottle
2000 Thirteen Days
2007 Mr. Brooks
2012 Hatfields & McCoys
2015 Black or White

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chasing Dreams (1982)". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved 27 November 2015. 
  2. ^ Dutka, Elaine (4 November 1990). "COSTNER TAKES A STAND : He's Made a Western. It's Three Hours Long. It Has Subtitles. And He Likes It Like That.". Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times. p. 4. Retrieved 28 February 2017. Hired to pose as a young Luther Adler for a photograph to be used in the 1982 film "Frances," he was ultimately offered a small walk-on role. 
  3. ^ Murie, Michael (3 February 2012). "John Bailey A.S.C., on Shooting The Big Chill". Filmmaker Magazine. Filmmaker Magazine. Retrieved 28 February 2017. 

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