Snoop Dogg filmography

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Snoop Dogg film discography
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Snoop Dogg by Bob Bekian
Music videos101
Feature films40
Documentaries14
Animated movies7
TV series appearances38
Pornographic movies2

Snoop Dogg has appeared in various video games, music videos, television series, and films such as the Oscar-winning drama Training Day and the critically acclaimed cable television series The L Word. He also has appeared in documentaries on Hip hop music and other subjects, and is the subject of a 2012 documentary, Reincarnated, on his transformation into "Snoop Lion", a reggae artist. He also had an uncredited role in I Got the Hook Up as the bar patron.

Filmography[edit]

Documentaries[edit]

Animated movies[edit]

Direct-to-video[edit]

Pornographic movies[edit]

Snoop has directed and co-produced, and guest starred in these movies, although he does not feature in any sex scenes.[6]

TV series appearances[edit]

Video games[edit]

As well as starring and producing films Snoop Dogg has also appeared in a few video games, such as True Crime: Streets of LA (as a hidden character) and Def Jam: Fight for NY (as Crow).

On June 5, 2012 at E3, Namco Bandai announced a partnership with American rapper Snoop Dogg for content for Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Snoop recorded an original song for the game, titled "Knocc 'Em Down", and makes a special appearance as a non-playable character in the "Snoop Dogg Stage" offered as a free pre-order bonus.[9][10] On July 14, 2012 during Comic Con, Namco announced the "Big Bikini Bundle", which includes over 150 swimsuit outfits. The swimsuit DLC includes suits for all characters: male, female and animal. The "Big Bikini Bundle" was available as a pre-order bonus in addition to the "Snoop Dogg Stage" and additional early access to DLC characters.[11]

Snoop Dogg makes an appearance in the video game Call of Duty: Ghosts as a DLC announcer voice.

Guest appearances[edit]

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of music videos as lead artist, with directors, showing year released
Title Year Director(s)
"What's My Name?" 1993 Fab 5 Freddy[12]
"Gin and Juice" 1994 Dr. Dre[13][14]
"Murder Was the Case"
"Doggy Dogg World"
(featuring Tha Dogg Pound and The Dramatics)
Dr. Dre, Ricky Harris[15]
"Vapors" 1997 Paul Hunter
"Doggfather" Joseph Kahn[16]
"Still a G Thang" 1998 Michael Martin
"Ride On"
(with Kurupt)
R.A.S.H.I.D.I.
"G Bedtime Stories" 1999 Gee Bee
"Woof"
(featuring Mystikal and Fiend)
none
"Bitch Please"
(featuring Xzibit and Nate Dogg)
Dr. Dre, Phillip Atwell
"G'd Up"
(with Tha Eastsidaz featuring Butch Cassidy)
Diane Martel
"Got Beef"
(with Tha Eastsidaz and Jayo Felony)
2000 Chris Robinson
"Buck 'Em"
(featuring Sticky Fingaz)
J.J. Martin
"Snoop Dogg (What's My Name Pt. 2)" Chris Robinson
"Lay Low"
(featuring Master P, Nate Dogg, Butch Cassidy and Tha Eastsidaz)
2001 Hype Williams[17]
"Losin' Control"
(featuring Soopafly and Butch Cassidy)
Jeremy Rall
"I Luv It"
(with Tha Eastsidaz)
Snoop Dogg
"Just a Baby Boy"(featuring Mr. Tan and Tyrese) Brent Hedgecock
"Dogg Named Snoop" Kennedy
"From tha Chuuuch to da Palace"
(featuring Pharrell)
2002 Diane Martel[18]
"Pimp Slapp'd" none
"Stoplight"
"Beautiful"
(featuring Pharrell and Charlie Wilson)
2003 Chris Robinson[19]
"Drop It Like It's Hot"
(featuring Pharrell)
2004 Paul Hunter[20][21]
"Let's Get Blown"
(featuring Pharrell)
"Groupie Luv"
(with 213)
Chris Robinson
"Signs"
(featuring Justin Timberlake and Charlie Wilson)
2005 Paul Hunter
"Ups & Downs" Anthony Mandler[20]
"Vato"
(featuring B-Real)
2006 Phillip Atwell[20]
"That's That Shit"
(featuring R. Kelly)
Benny Boom[22]
"Boss' Life"
(featuring Nate Dogg)
Anthony Mandler[20]
"A Bitch I Knew" Snoop Dogg, Terrance C. Ball[20]
"Crazy"
(featuring Nate Dogg)
"Gangbangin' 101"
(featuring The Game)
"10 Lil' Crips"
"Candy (Drippin' Like Water)"
(featuring E-40, MC Eiht, Goldie Loc, Daz Dillinger and Kurupt)
Dylan "Pook" Brown[20]
"Hood of Horror" none
"Go Girl" 2007 Calvin Broadus
"Sexual Eruption" Melina[20]
"Neva Have 2 Worry"
(featuring Uncle Chucc)
2008 Rik Cordero[20]
"Life of da Party"
(featuring Too Short and Mistah F.A.B.)
Dylan "Pook" Brown[20]
"My Medicine"
(featuring Willie Nelson)
"Those Gurlz"
"Staxxx in My Jeans" 2009 none
"Snoop State of Mind"
(featuring Alicia Keys)
Dah Dah
"That's tha Homie"
"Shoot Em' Up"
"Gangsta Luv"
(featuring The-Dream)
Paul Hunter[23]
"I Wanna Rock" Erick Peyton[24]
"Pronto"
(featuring Soulja Boy)
Erik White
"Protocol" Dah Dah
"Tell Me What You Want"
"Cancun"
(featuring Kurupt)
2010
"We da West" / "Program" / "West Side Rollin'"
"Upside Down"
(featuring Nipsey Hussle and Problem)
"I Wanna Rock" (The Kings G-Mix)
(featuring Jay-Z)
"That Tree"
(featuring Kid Cudi)
Erick Peyton, VisualCreatures[25]
"Oh Sookie" Dylan "Pook" Brown
"Luv Drunk"
(featuring The-Dream)
none
"New Year's Eve"
(featuring Marty James)
Dylan "Pook" Brown[26][27]
"Wet" 2011
"That Good"
(with Wiz Khalifa)
none
"El Lay"
(featuring Marty James)
"Purp & Yellow"
(featuring Game)
Matt Alonzo
"I Don't Need No Bitch"
(featuring Devin the Dude and Kobe)
none
"Boom"
(featuring T-Pain)
Dylan "Pook" Brown[28]
"My Own Way"
(featuring Mr. Porter)
none
"My Fucn House"
(featuring Young Jeezy and E-40)
Dah Dah[29]
"Gangbang Rookie"
(featuring Pilot)
none
"Take U Home"
(featuring Too Short, Kokane and Daz Dillinger)
"This Weed Iz Mine"
(featuring Wiz Khalifa)
"Stoner's Anthem" Dah Dah
"Young, Wild & Free"
(with Wiz Khalifa, featuring Bruno Mars)
Dylan "Pook" Brown[30]
"La La La" 2012 Eli Roth[31]
"Lighters Up"
(featuring Mavado and Popcaan)
2013 Andy Capper[32]
"No Guns Allowed"
(featuring Drake and Cori B)
Jessy Terrero[32]
"Ashtrays and Heartbreaks"
(featuring Miley Cyrus)
P.R. Brown[32]
"Torn Apart"
(featuring Rita Ora)
Willie T, Ted Chung[33]
"Stoner's Anthem" Snoop Dogg
"Let The Bass Go" Benny Boom
"Let Me Explain (Theme)"
(with Erick Sermon and Method Man featiring RL)
Snoop Dogg
"The Good Good"
(featuring Iza Lanch)
John Mazyack
"Faden Away"
(with 7 Days of Funk)
Henrey DeMaio
"Hit Da Pavement"
(with 7 Days of Funk)
"Smoke The Weed"
(featuring Collie Buddz)
John Mazyack
"Do My Thang"
(with 7 Days of Funk)
"Happy Birthday Pt. 2"
(featuring Poo Bear)
Snoop Dogg
"Gangsta Don't Live That Long" 2014
"We'll Miss You"
(with Daz Dillinger)
"Peaches N Cream"
(featuring Charlie Wilson)
2015 Aramis Israel and Hannah Lux Davis
"So Many Pros" Francois Rousselet
"California Roll"
(featuring Stevie Wonder)
Warren Fu
"Kush Ups"
(featuring Wiz Khalifa)
2016 Dan Folger
"Point Seen Money Gone"
(featuring Jeremih)
Benny Boom
"Lavender (Nightfall Remix)"
(featuring BadBadNotGood and Kaytranada)
2017 Jesse Wellens and James DeFina
"Mount Kushmore"
(featuring Redman, Method Man and B-Real)
Snoop Dogg
"Neva Left" D. Baker
"Go On"
(featuring October London)
Dah Dah
"Trash Bags"
(featuring K Camp)
John Mazyck
"My Last Name"
(featuring October London)
Marcella Cytrynowicz
"Moment I Feared"
(featuring Rick Rock)
Dah Dah
"Words Are Few"
(featuring B. Slade)
2018 Snoop Dogg
"One More Day"
(featuring Charlie Wilson)

Cameo appearances[edit]

References[edit]

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