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Madonna filmography
Madonna in a black dress and golden curls, looks towards her right. She wears bangles in her left hand
Madonna promoting her documentary film I'm Going to Tell You a Secret in 2005
Feature films26
Short films10
Theatrical plays3
Television10
Commercials16

Madonna has worked in twenty-six feature films (twenty-one as an actress), ten short films, three theatrical plays, ten television episodes, and appeared in sixteen commercials. In 1979, she made her acting debut in the low-budget feature A Certain Sacrifice. Its commercial release in 1985 coincided with the success of her second studio album, Like a Virgin.[1] That same year, she made a cameo appearance as a club singer in the film Vision Quest; she also garnered commercial and critical success for the title role in Susan Seidelman's Desperately Seeking Susan.[2][3] Madonna followed it with a leading role in the adventure drama Shanghai Surprise (1986), with her then-husband, actor Sean Penn. The film was panned by critics, and Madonna received her first Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress.[4] Her next films such as Who's That Girl (1987) and Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) were critical and commercial failures.[5][6] In 1986, she made her theatrical debut in David Rabe's Goose and Tom-Tom and her first commercial for Mitsubishi in Japan.[7][8] She starred in the 1989 commercial for Pepsi-Cola alongside her song "Like a Prayer". Due to the controversy surrounding the song's music video, the commercial was revoked and her contract with Pepsi-Cola was cancelled.[9]

In 1990, Madonna starred as Breathless Mahoney in Dick Tracy, directed by Warren Beatty and based on Chester Gould's comic strip.[10] She received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actress.[11] Beatty later appeared in her 1991 documentary, Madonna: Truth or Dare, which showed behind the scenes of her 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour. It was the highest-grossing documentary of all time at that point.[12] She also received positive reviews for her role in A League of Their Own (1992), which was centered on a women's baseball team during World War II.[13] In 1993, Madonna starred in the erotic thriller Body of Evidence, which performed poorly at the box office.[14] Her subsequent films saw Madonna take on smaller roles, including a singing telegram girl in Blue in the Face (1995), a witch in Four Rooms (1995), and a phone sex company owner in Spike Lee's Girl 6 (1996).[15] Madonna starred as Eva Perón in the 1996 film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Evita. Her performance was acclaimed by critics and won her a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.[16]

Madonna was again received negatively for her leading role as Abbie in John Schlesinger's film The Next Best Thing (2000).[17] Her first big screen collaboration with her then-husband director Guy Ritchie was Swept Away (2002).[18] A remake of Lina Wertmüller's Italian film of the same name, it was as a commercial and critical failure.[19] Swept Away was nominated for seven Golden Raspberry Awards, winning five, including Worst Actress for Madonna.[20] She had a cameo appearance in the James Bond film Die Another Day (2002), and sang its theme song.[21] The next year, Madonna appeared in the television sitcom Will & Grace's episode "Dolls and Dolls".[22] In 2008, Madonna made her directorial debut with Filth and Wisdom, as well as producing and writing I Am Because We Are, a documentary on the problems faced by Malawians.[23][24] The latter was honored with a Do Something Award by VH1.[25] Her second directorial effort, W.E., was released in 2011. A biographical film about the affair between King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, the film was critically and commercially unsuccessful.[26][27] She also directed the 17-minute film secretprojectrevolution with Steven Klein in 2013. Dealing with artistic freedom and human rights, the short film was distributed by BitTorrent.[28] Madonna's acting career has attracted a largely negative reception from critics. Stephanie Zacharek from Salon stated: "[Madonna] seems wooden and unnatural as an actress, and it's tough to watch, because she's clearly trying her damnedest."[29] Although she has had good feedback in most of her starring roles, this negative attitude of many critics towards her performances, has led her to give up her acting career in cinema, making her focus on other visual projects, such as roles in short films and as a movie director.

Feature films[edit]

Key
Indicates cameo appearance Indicates cameo appearance
Madonna film appearances
Year Title Role Credit(s) Ref.
1979 A Certain Sacrifice Bruna Actress [1]
1985 Vision Quest Club singer dagger Actress [2]
[30]
1985 Desperately Seeking Susan Susan Thomas Actress [3]
[31]
1986 Shanghai Surprise Gloria Tatlock Actress [32]
[33]
1987 Who's That Girl Nikki Finn Actress [5]
[34]
1989 Bloodhounds of Broadway Hortense Hathaway Actress [6]
[35]
1990 Dick Tracy Breathless Mahoney Actress [10]
[36]
1991 Madonna: Truth or Dare (aka In Bed with Madonna) Herself
  • Appearance
  • executive producer
[37]
[38]
1991 Shadows and Fog Marie Actress [39]
[40]
1992 A League of Their Own Mae Mordabito Actress [13]
[41]
1993 Body of Evidence Rebecca Carlson Actress [42]
[14]
1993 Dangerous Game (aka Snake Eyes) Sarah Jennings Actress [43]
[44]
1995 Blue in the Face Singing telegram girl dagger Actress [45]
[46]
1995 Four Rooms ("The Missing Ingredient" segment) Elspeth Actress [47]
[48]
1996 Girl 6 Boss No. 3 dagger Actress [49]
[50]
1996 Evita Eva Perón Actress [51]
[52]
2000 The Next Best Thing Abbie Reynolds Actress [17]
[53]
2002 Swept Away Amber Leighton Actress [18]
[54]
2002 Die Another Day Verity dagger Actress [21]
[55]
2003 Agent Cody Banks N/A Executive producer [56]
[57]
2004 Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London N/A Executive producer [58]
[59]
2005 I'm Going to Tell You a Secret Herself
  • Appearance
  • executive producer
[60]
2006 Arthur and the Invisibles Princess Selenia Actress (voice) [61]
[62]
2008 Filth and Wisdom N/A
  • Director
  • executive producer
  • screenwriter
[23]
[63]
2008 I Am Because We Are Herself
  • Appearance
  • narrator
  • producer
  • screenwriter
[24]
2011 W.E. N/A
  • Director
  • producer
  • screenwriter
[26]
[27]

Short films[edit]

Madonna short film work
Year Title Role Medium Notes Ref.
1992 The Making of Sex Herself VHS
  • Appearance
  • executive producer
[64]
2001 The Hire: Star Superstar Internet Actress [65]
2005 Confessions on a Promo Tour Herself AOL Appearance [66]
2006 Confessions Tour: Behind the Scenes Herself DVD Appearance [67]
2010 Sticky & Sweet Tour: Behind the Scenes Herself DVD Appearance [68]
2012 Inside the DNA of MDNA Herself YouTube Appearance [69]
2013 secretprojectrevolution Un­known BitTorrent
  • Actress
  • director
  • producer
  • screenwriter
[28]
2016 Qandeel Baloch: A Very Short Story N/A YouTube Narrator [70]
2017 Her-Story Un­known Internet Actress [71]
2019 World of Madame X Herself Amazon Prime Appearance [72]

Theatrical plays[edit]

Madonna stage work
Year Title Role Playwright Stage Ref.
1986 Goose and Tom-Tom Lorraine David Rabe Lincoln Center Theater [7]
1988 Speed-the-Plow Karen David Mamet Royale Theatre [73]
2002 Up for Grabs Loren David Williamson Wyndham's Theatre [74]

Television[edit]

Madonna television appearances
Year Title Role Episode Notes Ref.
1985 Saturday Night Live
  • Host (Herself)
  • various sketches
"Madonna/Simple Minds" (Season 11, Episode 1) Actress [75]
1986 Saturday Night Live Herself (opening intro) "Sigourney Weaver/Buster Poindexter" (Season 12, Episode 1) Actress [76]
1991 Saturday Night Live Herself ("Wayne's World" sketch) "Delta Burke/Chris Isaak" (Season 16, Episode 19) Actress [77]
1992 Saturday Night Live Liz Rosenberg ("Coffee Talk" sketch) "Roseanne & Tom Arnold/Red Hot Chili Peppers" (Season 17, Episode 14) Actress [78]
1993 Saturday Night Live
"Harvey Keitel/Madonna" (Season 18, Episode 11) Actress [79]
2003 Will & Grace Liz "Dolls and Dolls" Actress [22]
2004 30 Days Until I'm Famous N/A Television film Executive producer [80]
2008 Alyx N/A Television film Executive producer [81]
2009 Saturday Night Live Herself ("Deep House Dish" sketch) "Ryan Reynolds/Lady Gaga" (Season 35, Episode 2) Actress [82]
2013 Saturday Night Live Herself ("The Barry Gibb Talk Show" sketch) "Jimmy Fallon/Justin Timberlake" (Season 39, Episode 10) Actress [83]

Commercials[edit]

Madonna in commercials
Year Company Promoting Title Theme song(s) Region Ref.
1986–1987 Mitsubishi Hi-Fi systems/VHS recorders N/A Japan [8]
1989 Pepsi-Cola Soft drink beverage "Make a Wish" "Like a Prayer" International [84]
1990 Rock the Vote United States elections, 1990 N/A "Vogue" United States [85]
1995 Takara Shuzo Shochu rice beverage N/A "Broken" (unreleased Madonna song) Japan [86]
1999 Max Factor Cosmetics "Max Factor Gold" "Ray of Light" International [87]
2001 BMW Automobiles "Star" "Song 2" by Blur International [65]
2003 Gap Clothing "A New Groove, A New Jean" "Into the Hollywood Groove" International [88]
2003 Estée Lauder Fragrance "Beyond Paradise" "Love Profusion" International [89]
2004 Radio ZET Radio station N/A "Music" Poland [90]
2005 Motorola Motorola ROKR E1 with iTunes phone "Phone Booth" "Hung Up" International [91]
2007 H&M Clothing range "M by Madonna" "Purdy" by William Orbit International [92]
2007 Brillia Mare Ariake Apartment complex N/A N/A Japan [93]
2008 Sunsilk Hair care products "Life Can't Wait" International [94]
2010 Dolce & Gabbana MDG Sunglasses N/A "Revolver" Internet [95]
2012 Truth or Dare by Madonna Fragrance N/A "Girl Gone Wild" (Offer Nissim Remix) International [96]
2014 MDNA Skin Skin Care Products "Madonna Introduces MDNA Skin" N/A United States [97]

References[edit]

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