Nicolas Cage filmography

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Nicolas Cage filmography
Nicolas Cage - 66ème Festival de Venise (Mostra).jpg
Cage at the 66th Venice Film Festival in September 2009
Occupation actor, director, producer
Years active 1981–present

The filmography of American actor, director and producer, Nicolas Cage includes the year the film was or will be released, the name of his character, and other related notes. There is also a list of films he has produced and his appearances in television. Cage has appeared in over 100 films throughout his career.[1]


  • Note: Films notated with additionally have a 'produced by' credit for Cage through his company, Saturn Films.
Year Title Role Director Notes
1982 Fast Times at Ridgemont High Brad's Bud Amy Heckerling Credited as Nicolas Coppola[2]
1983 Valley Girl Randy Martha Coolidge
Rumble Fish[2] Smokey Francis Ford Coppola
1984 Racing with the Moon[2] Nicky Richard Benjamin
The Cotton Club[2] Vincent Dwyer Francis Ford Coppola
Birdy[2] Sergeant Al Columbato Alan Parker
1986 The Boy in Blue Ned Hanlan Charles Jarrott
Peggy Sue Got Married[2] Charlie Bodell Francis Ford Coppola
1987 Raising Arizona[2] H. I. McDunnough Joel Coen
Moonstruck[2] Ronny Cammareri Norman Jewison
1989 Never on Tuesday Man in Red Sports Car Adam Rifkin Uncredited[citation needed]
Vampire's Kiss Peter Loew Robert Bierman
Time to Kill Enrico Silvestri Giuliano Montaldo
1990 Fire Birds Jake Preston David Green
Wild at Heart[2] Sailor Ripley David Lynch
1991 Zandalee Johnny Collins Sam Pillsbury
1992 Honeymoon in Vegas Jack Singer Andrew Bergman
1993 Amos & Andrew Amos Odell E. Max Frye
Deadfall Eddie Christopher Coppola
Red Rock West Michael Williams John Dahl
1994 Guarding Tess Doug Chesnic Hugh Wilson
It Could Happen to You Charlie Lang Andrew Bergman
Trapped in Paradise Bill Firpo George Gallo
1995 Kiss of Death Little Junior Brown Barbet Schroeder
Leaving Las Vegas[2] Ben Sanderson Mike Figgis
1996 The Rock[2] Dr. Stanley Goodspeed Michael Bay
1997 Con Air Cameron Poe Simon West
Face/Off Castor Troy John Woo
1998 City of Angels[2] Seth Brad Silberling
Snake Eyes Rick Santoro Brian De Palma
1999 8mm Tom Welles Joel Schumacher
Bringing Out the Dead Frank Pierce Martin Scorsese
2000 Gone in 60 Seconds Randall "Memphis" Raines Dominic Sena
The Family Man Jack Campbell Brett Ratner
2001 Captain Corelli's Mandolin Captain Antonio Corelli John Madden
Christmas Carol: The Movie Jacob Marley Jimmy T. Murakami Voice
2002 Windtalkers Sgt. Joe Enders John Woo
Adaptation Charlie Kaufman / Donald Kaufman Spike Jonze
Sonny Acid Yellow Himself Also director and producer
2003 Matchstick Men Roy Waller Ridley Scott
2004 National Treasure Benjamin Gates Jon Turteltaub
2005 Lord of War Yuri Orlov Andrew Niccol Also producer
The Weather Man David Spritz Gore Verbinski
2006 The Ant Bully Zoc John A. Davis Voice
The Wicker Man Edward Malus Neil LaBute Also producer
World Trade Center John McLoughlin Oliver Stone
2007 Ghost Rider Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider Mark Steven Johnson
Grindhouse Dr. Fu Manchu Rob Zombie Segment: "Werewolf Women of the SS"
Next Cris Johnson Lee Tamahori Also producer
National Treasure: Book of Secrets Benjamin Gates Jon Turteltaub
2008 Bangkok Dangerous Joe Pang brothers Also producer
2009 Knowing Professor Jonathan "John" Koestler Alex Proyas
G-Force Speckles Hoyt H. Yeatman Jr. Voice
Astro Boy Dr. Umatarō Tenma David Bowers Voice
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans Lt. Terrence McDonagh Werner Herzog
2010 Kick-Ass Damon Macready/Big Daddy Matthew Vaughn
The Sorcerer's Apprentice Balthazar Blake Jon Turteltaub Also executive producer
2011 Season of the Witch Behman von Bleiruck Dominic Sena
Drive Angry Milton Patrick Lussier
Trespass Kyle Miller Joel Schumacher
Seeking Justice Will Gerard Roger Donaldson
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider Neveldine/Taylor
2012 Stolen Will Montgomery Simon West
2013 The Croods Grug Crood Kirk DeMicco
Chris Sanders
The Frozen Ground[2] Detective Jack Halcombe Scott Walker
Joe Joe David Gordon Green
2014 Rage[2] Paul Maguire Paco Cabezas
Outcast Gallain Nick Powell
Left Behind[2] Rayford Steele Vic Armstrong
Dying of the Light Evan Lake Paul Schrader
2015 The Runner Colin Price Austin Stark
Pay the Ghost Mike Lawford Uli Edel
The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened? Himself Jon Schnepp Documentary
2016 The Trust Lieutenant Jim Stone Alex Brewer
Ben Brewer
Snowden Hank Forrester Oliver Stone
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage Captain Charles B. McVay Mario Van Peebles
Dog Eat Dog Troy Paul Schrader
Army of One Gary Faulkner Larry Charles
2017 Arsenal Eddie King Steven C. Miller
Vengeance: A Love Story John Dromoor Johnny Martin
Inconceivable Brian Jonathan Baker
Mom and Dad Brent Ryan Brian Taylor
2018 Looking Glass Ray Tim Hunter
The Humanity Bureau Noah Kross Rob W. King
211 Mike Chandler York Shackleton
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Superman Aaron Horvath
Peter Rida Michail
Mandy Red Miller Panos Cosmatos
Between Worlds Joe Maria Pulera
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Peter Parker / Spider-Man Noir Bob Persichetti
Peter Ramsey
Rodney Rothman
2019 Running with the Devil The Cook Jason Cabell Post-production
Primal Frank Walsh Nick Powell Post-production
A Score to Settle Frank Shawn Ku Post-production
Kill Chain John Ken Sanzel Filming
TBA Prisoners of the Ghostland[3] Hero Sion Sono Pre-production
Grand Isle Walter Stephen Campanelli
Iver William Jallah
The Croods 2 Grug Crood Joel Crawford Voice, Pre-production
Siberia [4] TBA Abel Ferrara Pre-production


Year Title Role Notes
1981 The Best of Times Nicholas Pilot (credited as Nicolas Coppola)
1990 Industrial Symphony No. 1 Heartbreaker Televised stage production

As producer[edit]

Year Title Notes
2000 Bel Air
Shadow of the Vampire Under the "Saturn Films" label
2002 Sonny Also director
2003 The Life of David Gale Under the "Saturn Films" label
2005 Lord of War
2006 The Wicker Man Under the "Saturn Films" label
2007 Next Under the "Saturn Films" label
The Dresden Files Executive producer; TV series
2008 Bangkok Dangerous
2010 The Sorcerer's Apprentice Executive producer
2012 A Thousand Words Under the "Saturn Films" label
Can't Stop Losing You: Surviving the Police[5]


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