Matt Damon filmography

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Damon at an event for The Martian in 2015

Matt Damon is an American actor, producer and screenwriter. He made his screen debut with a minor role in the 1988 film Mystic Pizza.[1] After appearing in a series of supporting parts in much of the 1990s, Damon was cast by Francis Ford Coppola as the lead of the 1997 legal drama The Rainmaker.[2] His breakthrough came later that year when he played the title role of an unrecognized genius in Good Will Hunting, a drama which he also co-wrote with Ben Affleck.[3] They won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and Damon was nominated for Best Actor.[3][4] He followed it by playing the title roles of a soldier in Steven Spielberg's war drama Saving Private Ryan (1998) and of the criminal Tom Ripley in the thriller The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), both of which gained critical and commercial success.[5] A production company he formed in 2000 with Affleck and Sean Bailey, named LivePlanet, produced Project Greenlight (2001–05, 2015), a television series that helps newcomers develop their first film.[6][7] Damon has served as the executive producer of a number of projects directed by winners of the show.[7][8]

Damon's profile continued to expand in the 2000s, as he took on starring roles in two lucrative film franchises.[9] He featured as a con man in Steven Soderbergh's Ocean's Trilogy (2001–07) and played the titular spy Jason Bourne in four of the five films in the Bourne series (2002–16).[10][11] Damon co-wrote, co-edited and starred in the drama Gerry in 2002, which polarized critics.[12][13] He played an energy analyst in the thriller Syriana in 2005, and the following year, he collaborated with Leonardo DiCaprio in the acclaimed crime drama The Departed.[14][15] He portrayed the rugby player Francois Pienaar opposite Morgan Freeman's Nelson Mandela in the sports drama Invictus (2009), which earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor.[16][17] Damon continued to gain praise for his collaborations with Soderbergh on the crime film The Informant! (2009) and the drama Behind the Candelabra (2013).[18][19] In the former, he played the whistleblower Mark Whitacre and in the latter, he played Scott Thorson, the disgruntled lover of Liberace, for which he received an Emmy Award nomination.[20][21][22]

In 2012, Damon and Affleck launched the production company Pearl Street Films.[23] Their first project, Promised Land, which Damon co-wrote and starred with John Krasinski, underperformed.[24][25] Damon's biggest commercial successes in the 2010s came with the western True Grit (2010), and the science fiction films Elysium (2013) and The Martian (2015).[26] In the latter, which earned over $630 million to become his highest-grossing release,[a][28] Damon played a botanist stranded on Mars, for which he received an Oscar nomination and won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor.[29][30] With box office receipts of over $3 billion in North America, Damon ranks among Hollywood's most commercially successful actors.[31][32]

Film[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year[b] Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1988 Mystic Pizza Steamer [33]
1988 The Good Mother Extra [34]
1989 Field of Dreams Extra Uncredited [35]
1992 School Ties Charlie Dillon [36]
1993 Geronimo: An American Legend Lt. Britton Davis [37]
1995 Glory Daze Edgar Pudwhacker [38]
1996 Courage Under Fire Specialist Ilario [39]
1997 Chasing Amy Shawn Oran – Executive #2 [40]
1997 The Rainmaker Rudy Baylor [41]
1997 Good Will Hunting Will Hunting Also writer [42]
1998 Saving Private Ryan Private James Francis Ryan [43]
1998 Rounders Mike McDermott [44]
1999 Dogma Loki [45]
1999 The Talented Mr. Ripley Tom Ripley [46]
2000 Titan A.E. Cale Voice [47]
2000 The Legend of Bagger Vance Rannulph Junuh [48]
2000 Finding Forrester Steven Sanderson Cameo [49]
2000 All the Pretty Horses John Grady Cole [50]
2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Himself Cameo [51]
2001 Ocean's Eleven Linus Caldwell [52]
2001 The Majestic Luke Trimble Voice cameo [53]
2002 Gerry Gerry Also writer and editor [12]
2002 Stolen Summer Producer [54]
2002 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron Spirit Voice [55]
2002 The Third Wheel Kevin Cameo
Also executive producer
[56]
2002 The Bourne Identity Jason Bourne [57]
2002 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Bachelor Matt Cameo [58]
2002 Speakeasy Executive producer [59]
2003 The Battle of Shaker Heights Executive producer [60]
2003 Stuck on You Bob Tenor [61]
2004 EuroTrip Donny Cameo [62]
2004 Jersey Girl PR Exec #2 Cameo [63]
2004 The Bourne Supremacy Jason Bourne [57]
2004 Ocean's Twelve Linus Caldwell [64]
2004 Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train Narrator Voice
Documentary
[65]
2005 Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D Alan Shepard Voice
Documentary
[66][67]
2005 The Brothers Grimm Wilhelm Grimm [68]
2005 Syriana Bryan Woodman [69]
2005 Feast Executive producer [70]
2006 The Departed Sergeant Colin Sullivan [71]
2006 The Good Shepherd Edward Wilson [72]
2007 Ocean's Thirteen Linus Caldwell [73]
2007 The Bourne Ultimatum Jason Bourne [57]
2007 Youth Without Youth Ted Jones Uncredited [74]
2007 Running the Sahara Narrator Voice
Documentary
Also executive producer
[75]
2008 Che: Part Two Father Schwarz [76]
2008 Ponyo Kōichi Voice
2009 The Informant! Mark Whitacre [20]
2009 Invictus Francois Pienaar [16]
2010 Green Zone Roy Miller [77]
2010 Hereafter George Lonegan [78]
2010 True Grit LaBoeuf [79]
2010 Inside Job Narrator Voice
Documentary
[80]
2011 The Adjustment Bureau David Norris [81]
2011 Contagion Mitch Emhoff [82]
2011 Margaret Mr. Aaron [83]
2011 Happy Feet Two Bill the Krill Voice [84]
2011 We Bought a Zoo Benjamin Mee [85]
2012 Promised Land Steve Butler Also writer and producer [86]
2013 Behind the Candelabra[c] Scott Thorson [21]
2013 Elysium Max Da Costa [88]
2013 The Zero Theorem Management [89]
2014 The Monuments Men James Granger [90]
2014 The Man Who Saved the World Himself Documentary [91]
2014 Interstellar Dr. Mann [92]
2015 The Martian Mark Watney [93]
2016 Manchester by the Sea Producer [94]
2016 Jason Bourne Jason Bourne Also producer [11]
2016 The Great Wall William Garin [95]
2017 Bending the Arc Documentary
Executive producer
[96]
2017 Downsizing Paul Safranek [97]
2017 Suburbicon Gardner Lodge [98]
2017 Thor: Ragnarok Loki actor Cameo
Uncredited
[99]
2018 Unsane Detective Ferguson Cameo [100]
2018 Deadpool 2 Redneck #1 Cameo
Credited as "Dickie Greenleaf"
[101]
2019 Ford v Ferrari Carroll Shelby [102]
2019 Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Loki Cameo
2020 Stillwater Films that have not yet been released Bill Baker Filming [103]

Television[edit]

Damon volunteering in Haiti in 2009, which was featured in the television documentary Years of Living Dangerously (2014)
Key
Shows that have not yet been aired Denotes shows that have not yet been aired
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1990 Rising Son Charlie Robinson Television movie [104]
1995 The Good Old Boys Cotton Calloway Television movie [105]
2001–05,
2015
Project Greenlight Himself Executive producer [7][106]
2002 Push, Nevada Executive producer [107]
2002, 2018 Saturday Night Live Himself/host,
Brett Kavanaugh
Episodes: "Matt Damon/Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band"
"Adam Driver/Kanye West" (cameo)
"Matt Damon/Mark Ronson & Miley Cyrus"
,[108][109]
2002 The Bernie Mac Show Himself Episode: "Keep It on the Short Grass" [110]
2002 Will & Grace Owen Episode: "A Chorus Lie" [111]
2003–14 Journey to Planet Earth Narrator Documentary; 9 episodes [112]
2006–present Jimmy Kimmel Live! Himself Variety Show; 26 episodes [113]
2007 Arthur Himself (voice) Episode: "The Making of Arthur/Dancing Fools" [114]
2009 Entourage Himself Episode: "Give a Little Bit" [115]
2009 The People Speak Narrator Documentary;
executive producer
[116][117]
2010 Cubed Himself Episode: "Welcome Matt Damon" [118]
2010–11 30 Rock Carol Burnett Episodes: "I Do Do", "The Fabian Strategy",
"Live Show" and "Double-Edged Sword"
[108]
2013 House of Lies Himself Episode: "Damonschildren.org" [119]
2014 Years of Living Dangerously Himself Documentary;
episode: "A Dangerous Future"
[120]
2015 The Leisure Class Television movie;
executive producer
[121]
2016 The Runner Executive producer [122]
2016 Incorporated Executive producer [123]
2019 City on a Hill Executive producer [124]
TBA The Green Beret’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse Shows that have not yet been aired Executive producer [125]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Interstellar (2014) earned over $670 million, but did not feature Damon in a leading role.[27]
  2. ^ Refers to the film's earliest release
  3. ^ The film was made for television in the United States, but was given a theatrical release in other countries.[87]

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