Robert De Niro filmography

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Robert De Niro filmography
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De Niro at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival
Occupation Actor, director, producer
Years active 1962–present

Robert De Niro's filmography includes the year the film was/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 theater plays, TV series and documentaries. He is sometimes credited as Robert DeNiro and Robert De Nero. De Niro has appeared in over 100 films throughout his career.



Filmography of Robert De Niro
Film[1][2] Year Role Director Notes
Encounter 1965 The Nephew Norman C. Chaitin
Three Rooms in Manhattan Client at the dinner Marcel Carné Uncredited
Les Jeunes Loups 1968 Client at the club Chez Popov Marcel Carné Uncredited
Greetings Jon Rubin Brian De Palma
Sam's Song 1969 Sam Jordan Leondopoulos
Bloody Mama 1970 Lloyd Barker Roger Corman
Hi, Mom! Jon Rubin Brian De Palma
Jennifer on My Mind 1971 Mardigian Noel Black
Born to Win Officer Danny Ivan Passer
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight Mario Trantino James Goldstone
Bang the Drum Slowly 1973 Bruce Pearson John D. Hancock
Mean Streets John "Johnny Boy" Civello Martin Scorsese
The Godfather Part II 1974 Vito Corleone Francis Ford Coppola
Taxi Driver 1976 Travis Bickle Martin Scorsese
1900 Alfredo Berlinghieri Bernardo Bertolucci
The Last Tycoon Monroe Stahr Elia Kazan
New York, New York 1977 Jimmy Doyle Martin Scorsese
The Deer Hunter 1978 Michael Vronsky Michael Cimino
The Swap 1979 Sam Nicoletti Jordan Leondopoulos Archive footage
Raging Bull 1980 Jake LaMotta Martin Scorsese
True Confessions 1981 Monsignor Desmond "Des" Spellacy Ulu Grosbard
The King of Comedy 1982 Rupert Pupkin Martin Scorsese
Once Upon a Time in America 1984 David "Noodles" Aaronson Sergio Leone
Falling in Love Frank Raftis Ulu Grosbard
Brazil 1985 Archibald "Harry" Tuttle Terry Gilliam
The Mission 1986 Rodrigo Mendoza Roland Joffé
Angel Heart 1987 Louis Cyphre Alan Parker
The Untouchables Al Capone Brian De Palma
Midnight Run 1988 Jack Walsh Martin Brest
Jacknife 1989 Joseph "Jacknife" Megessey David Hugh Jones
We're No Angels Ned Neil Jordan
Stanley & Iris 1990 Stanley Everett Cox Martin Ritt
Goodfellas James "Jimmy the Gent" Conway Martin Scorsese
Awakenings Leonard Lowe Penny Marshall
Guilty by Suspicion 1991 David Merrill Irwin Winkler
Backdraft Donald "Shadow" Rimgale Ron Howard
Cape Fear Maximilian "Max" Cady Martin Scorsese
Mistress 1992 Evan M. Wright Barry Primus
Night and the City Harry Fabian Irwin Winkler
Mad Dog and Glory 1993 Wayne "Mad Dog" Dobie John MacNaughton
This Boy's Life Dwight Hansen Michael Caton-Jones
A Bronx Tale Lorenzo Anello Robert De Niro Also director
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 1994 The Creature Kenneth Branagh
Casino 1995 Sam "Ace" Rothstein Martin Scorsese
Heat Neil McCauley Michael Mann
The Fan 1996 Gilbert "Gil" Renard Tony Scott
Sleepers Father Bobby Barry Levinson
Marvin's Room Dr. Wally Jerry Zaks
Cop Land 1997 Lt. Moe Tilden James Mangold
Jackie Brown Louis Gara Quentin Tarantino
Wag the Dog Conrad Brean Barry Levinson
Ronin 1998 Sam John Frankenheimer
Analyze This 1999 Paul Vitti Harold Ramis
Flawless Walter Koontz Joel Schumacher
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle 2000 Fearless Leader Des McAnuff
Men of Honor Chief Leslie William "Billy" Sunday George Tillman Jr.
Meet the Parents Jack Tiberius Byrnes Jay Roach
15 Minutes 2001 Det. Eddie Flemming John Herzfeld
The Score Nick Wells Frank Oz
Showtime 2002 Det. Mitch Preston Tom Dey
City by the Sea Vincent Anthony LaMarca Michael Caton-Jones
Analyze That Paul Vitti Harold Ramis
Godsend 2004 Dr. Richard Wells Nick Hamm
Shark Tale Don Lino (voice) Bibo Bergeron
Vicky Jenson
Rob Letterman
Meet the Fockers Jack Tiberius Byrnes Jay Roach
Hide and Seek 2005 David Callaway / Charlie John Polson
The Good Shepherd 2006 General Bill Sullivan Robert De Niro Also director
Stardust 2007 Captain Shakespeare Matthew Vaughn
Righteous Kill 2008 Det. Thomas "Turk" Cowan Jon Avnet
What Just Happened Ben Barry Levinson
Everybody's Fine 2009 Frank Kirk Jones
Machete 2010 Senator McLaughlin Robert Rodriguez
Stone Jack Mabry John Curran
Little Fockers Jack Tiberius Byrnes Jay Roach
The Ages of Love 2011 Adrian Giovanni Veronesi
Killer Elite Hunter Gary McKendry
Limitless Carl Van Loon Neil Burger
New Year's Eve Stan Harris Garry Marshall
Being Flynn 2012 Jonathan Flynn Paul Weitz
Red Lights Simon Silver Rodrigo Cortés
Freelancers Sarcone Jessy Terrero
Silver Linings Playbook Pat Solitano, Sr. David O. Russell
The Big Wedding 2013 Don Griffin Justin Zackham
Killing Season Col. Benjamin Ford Mark Steven Johnson
The Family Fred Blake / Giovanni Manzoni Luc Besson
Last Vegas Patrick "Paddy" Connors Jon Turteltaub
American Hustle Victor Tellegio David O. Russell
Grudge Match Billy "The Kid" McDonnen Peter Segal
The Bag Man 2014 Dragna David Grovic
The Intern 2015 Ben Whittaker Nancy Meyers
Heist Frank "The Pope" Silva Scott Mann
Joy Rudy Mangano David O. Russell
Dirty Grandpa 2016 Dick Kelly Dan Mazer
Hands of Stone Ray Arcel Jonathan Jakubowicz
The Comedian Jackie Taylor Hackford
The War with Grandpa 2017 Ed Tim Hill


Producing credits of Robert De Niro
Film[1][2] Year Notes
We're No Angels 1989 Executive producer
Cape Fear 1991 Producer (uncredited)
Thunderheart 1992 Producer
Mistress Producer
TriBeCa 1993 Executive producer
The Night We Never Met Producer (uncredited)
A Bronx Tale Producer
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 1994 Associate producer
Panther 1995 Producer (uncredited)
Faithful 1996 Producer
Marvin's Room Producer
Wag the Dog 1997 Producer
Witness to the Mob 1998 Executive producer
Entropy 1999 Producer
Flawless Producer
The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle 2000 Producer
Meet the Parents Producer
Holiday Heart Producer
Prison Song 2001 Producer
About a Boy 2002 Producer
Stage Beauty 2004 Producer
Meet the Fockers Producer
Rent 2005 Producer
The Good Shepherd 2006 Producer
What Just Happened 2008 Producer
Public Enemies 2009 Executive producer (uncredited)[citation needed]
Little Fockers 2010 Producer
20% Fiction Executive producer
36 Producer
Warrior Queen 2011 Producer
The Undomestic Goddess Executive producer
NYC 22 2012 Executive producer[3]
About a Boy 2014 Executive producer[4]
The Wizard of Lies 2017 Executive producer


Directing credits of Robert De Niro
Film[5] Year Notes
A Bronx Tale 1993
The Good Shepherd 2006


Robert De Niro's television appearances
Program Year Role Notes
Saturday Night Live 1992–2013 Himself / Various 7 episodes
Extras 2006 Himself Episode: "Jonathan Ross"
Sesame Street 2007 Himself / Dog / Cabbage / Elmo Episode: "Episode: "Word 'Dog' Escapes Abby's Book"
30 Rock 2011 Himself Episode: "Operation Righteous Cowboy Lightning"
The Wizard of Lies 2017 Bernie Madoff HBO film


Robert De Niro's documentary appearances
Title[1][2] Year Role Notes
Elia Kazan, Outsider 1982 Interviewee
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam 1987 Great Sewer Voice role
Hollywood Mavericks 1990 Interviewee
More than a Movie Participant
Stella Adler: Awake and Dream! 1992 Interviewee
Junket Whore 1998 Interviewee
Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth Narrator
America: A Tribute to Heroes 2001 Performer
The Concert for New York City Performer
9/11 2002 Host
Hans Hofmann: Artist/Teacher, Teacher/Artist 2003 Narrator
Biography: Liza Minnelli 2004 Interviewee
Tony Bennett: An American Classic 2006 Performer
Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel 2011 Performer
The Man Who Saved the World 2014 Himself
Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr. 2014 Himself Documentary short, about his father


Stage credits of Robert De Niro
Production Date Theatre Role Notes
The Wizard of Oz[6] 1953 N/A Cowardly Lion
One Night Stand of a Noisy Passenger[6] 1970 Unknown Unknown
Cuba and His Teddy Bear[7] July 1986 – September 1986 Longacre Theatre Cuba

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c "Filmography: De Niro, Robert". British Film Institute. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c "Robert De Niro". AllMovie. All Media Network. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 
  3. ^ Genzlinger, Neil (April 13, 2012). "'NYC 22,' on CBS, Looks at Rookie Officers". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 
  4. ^ Lowry, Brian (February 20, 2014). "TV Review: 'About a Boy'". Variety. Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Robert De Niro". IMDB. Retrieved Sep 6, 2016. 
  6. ^ a b Bosworth, Patricia (October 1987). "The Secret Life of Robert De Niro". Vanity Fair. Condé Nast. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 
  7. ^ "Cuba and His Teddy Bear at Longarce Theatre". Playbill. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 

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