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Brad Pitt filmography

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Pitt at the German premiere of Inglourious Basterds in 2009

Brad Pitt is an American actor and film producer whose acting career began in 1987 with roles in the hit Fox television series “21 Jump Street”. He subsequently appeared in episodes for television shows during the late 1980s and played his first major role in the slasher film Cutting Class (1989).[1] He gained recognition in Thelma & Louise (1991) and A River Runs Through It (1992).[2][3] He later took on the role of vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac in the horror drama Interview with the Vampire (1994) and for his performance in the epic drama Legends of the Fall (1994), he earned his first Golden Globe Award for Best Actor nomination.[4]

Pitt featured in the David Fincher-directed, commercially successful thriller Seven (1995), in which he played a detective on the trail of a psychopathic serial killer.[5] The role of a mental patient in the science fiction film 12 Monkeys earned him the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor and an Academy Award nomination in the same category.[6][7] He followed it with the role of Heinrich Harrer in the biopic Seven Years in Tibet (1997).[8] Pitt reteamed with Fincher to star in the apocalyptic film Fight Club (1999) in a role that required him to learn boxing, taekwondo, and grappling.[9] A critical and commercial disappointment, the film has since developed a cult status.[10][11] Pitt portrayed Rusty Ryan in the commercially successful heist film series Ocean's Trilogy (2001–07).[12] In 2002, he earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his guest appearance in the sitcom Friends.[13] Also that year, Pitt started a production company, Plan B Entertainment,[14] whose first release was the epic war film Troy (2004), starring Pitt. He played an assassin opposite Angelina Jolie in the commercially successful action comedy Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005).[15]

Pitt produced the 2006 crime drama The Departed, and acted alongside Cate Blanchett in the multi-narrative drama Babel (2006); the former won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Pitt's portrayal of the eponymous man who ages in reverse in the drama The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor nomination.[16] He starred in the successful war film Inglourious Basterds (2009),[17] and produced the superhero film Kick-Ass (2010) and its sequel in 2013. In 2011, he earned critical acclaim for producing and starring in two films—the experimental drama The Tree of Life and the biopic sports drama Moneyball—both of which were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.[18] He also garnered a Best Actor nomination for the latter. His biggest commercial success came with the apocalyptic film World War Z (2013), which has grossed a total of $540 million worldwide.[19] Pitt produced the period drama 12 Years a Slave (2013), for which he won the Academy Award for Best Picture.[20] In 2014, he starred in the war film Fury which received positive reviews from critics and proved to be successful at the box office.[21] In 2019 he starred with Leonardo DiCaprio in the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and in James Gray's science fiction epic Ad Astra. For playing a stunt double in the former, he won an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.[22]

Film

Title Year Credited as Role Notes Ref.
Actor Producer
Hunk 1987 Yes No Guy at beach with drink Uncredited [23]
No Way Out 1987 Yes No Black-tie party guest Uncredited [24]
No Man's Land 1987 Yes No Waiter Uncredited [25]
Less Than Zero 1987 Yes No Partygoer/Preppie guy at fight Uncredited [25]
The Dark Side of the Sun 1988 Yes No Rick [25]
Happy Together 1989 Yes No Brian [26]
Cutting Class 1989 Yes No Dwight Ingalls [27]
Across the Tracks 1991 Yes No Joe Maloney [28]
Thelma & Louise 1991 Yes No J.D. [29]
Johnny Suede 1991 Yes No Johnny Suede [30]
Contact 1992 Yes No Cox [31]
Cool World 1992 Yes No Frank Harris [32]
A River Runs Through It 1992 Yes No Paul Maclean [33]
Kalifornia 1993 Yes No Early Grayce [34]
True Romance 1993 Yes No Floyd [35]
The Favor 1994 Yes No Elliott Fowler [36]
Interview with the Vampire 1994 Yes No Louis de Pointe du Lac [37]
Legends of the Fall 1994 Yes No Tristan Ludlow [38]
Seven 1995 Yes No David Mills [39]
12 Monkeys 1995 Yes No Jeffrey Goines [40]
Sleepers 1996 Yes No Michael Sullivan [41]
The Devil's Own 1997 Yes No Rory Devaney (Francis Austin McQuire) [42]
Seven Years in Tibet 1997 Yes No Heinrich Harrer [43]
Meet Joe Black 1998 Yes No Young Man in Coffee Shop/The Death as "Joe Black" [44]
Fight Club 1999 Yes No Tyler Durden [45]
Being John Malkovich 1999 Yes No Himself Uncredited cameo [46]
Snatch 2000 Yes No Mickey O'Neil [47]
The Mexican 2001 Yes No Jerry Welbach [48]
Spy Game 2001 Yes No Tom Bishop [49]
Ocean's Eleven 2001 Yes No Rusty Ryan [50]
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind 2002 Yes No Brad Cameo [51]
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas 2003 Yes No Sinbad (Voice) [52]
Troy 2004 Yes No Achilles [53]
Ocean's Twelve 2004 Yes No Rusty Ryan [54]
Mr. & Mrs. Smith 2005 Yes No John Smith [55]
God Grew Tired of Us 2006 No Executive [56]
The Departed 2006 No Yes [57]
Running with Scissors 2006 No Yes [58]
Babel 2006 Yes No Richard Jones [59]
The Tehuacan Project 2007 No Executive [60]
Year of the Dog 2007 No Executive [61]
A Mighty Heart 2007 No Yes [62]
Ocean's Thirteen 2007 Yes No Rusty Ryan [63]
The Assassination of Jesse James
by the Coward Robert Ford
2007 Yes Yes Jesse James [64]
Burn After Reading 2008 Yes No Chad Feldheimer [65]
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 2008 Yes No Benjamin Button [66]
Inglourious Basterds 2009 Yes No Lt. Aldo Raine [67]
The Time Traveler's Wife 2009 No Executive [68]
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee 2009 No Executive [69]
Megamind 2010 Yes No Metro Man (Voice) [70]
Kick-Ass 2010 No Yes [71]
Eat Pray Love 2010 No Yes [72]
The Tree of Life 2011 Yes Yes O'Brien [73]
Moneyball 2011 Yes Yes Billy Beane [74]
Happy Feet Two 2011 Yes No Will the Krill (Voice) [75]
Killing Them Softly 2012 Yes Yes Jackie Cogan [76]
World War Z 2013 Yes Yes Gerry Lane [77]
Kick-Ass 2 2013 No Yes [78]
Big Men 2013 No Executive Documentary [79]
12 Years a Slave 2013 Yes Yes Samuel Bass [80]
[81]
The Counselor 2013 Yes No Westray [82]
Fury 2014 Yes Executive Don "Wardaddy" Collier [83]
Selma 2014 No Executive [84]
True Story 2015 No Executive [85]
The Audition 2015 Yes Yes Himself Short film [86]
By the Sea 2015 Yes Yes Roland [87]
Hitting the Apex 2015 No Yes Narrator [88]
The Big Short 2015 Yes Yes Ben Rickert [89]
Moonlight 2016 No Executive [90]
Voyage of Time 2016 Yes Yes Narrator (Voice) Documentary [91]
Allied 2016 Yes No Max Vatan [92]
The Lost City of Z 2016 No Yes [93]
[94]
Okja 2017 No Executive [95]
War Machine 2017 Yes Yes Gen. Glen McMahon [96]
Brad's Status 2017 No Yes [97]
Deadpool 2 2018 Yes No Telford Porter/Vanisher Cameo [98]
Beautiful Boy 2018 No Yes [99]
Vice 2018 No Yes [100]
The Last Black Man in San Francisco 2019 No Yes [101]
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 2019 Yes No Cliff Booth [102]
The King 2019 No Yes [103]
Ad Astra 2019 Yes Yes Major Roy McBride [104]
Kajillionaire 2020 No Executive [105]
Irresistible 2020 No Executive Post-production
Blonde 2020 No Yes Post-production

Television

Title Year Credited as Role Network Notes Ref.
Actor Executive
Producer
Another World 1987 Yes No Chris NBC 2 episodes [106]
Growing Pains 1987 Yes No Jeff & Johnathan Keith ABC 2 episodes [107]
Head of the Class 1987 Yes No Chuck ABC Episode: "Partners" [106]
Freddy's Nightmares 1987 Yes No Rick Austin Syndication Episode: "Black Tickets" [107]
Dallas 1987 Yes No Randy CBS 4 episodes [108]
A Stoning in Fulham County 1988 Yes No Teddy NBC Television film [106]
21 Jump Street 1988 Yes No Peter Fox Episode: "Best Years of Your Life" [106]
The Image 1990 Yes No Cameraman HBO Television film [109]
Too Young to Die? 1990 Yes No Billy Canton NBC Television film [109]
Glory Days 1990 Yes No Walker Lovejoy Fox 6 episodes [110]
Two-Fisted Tales 1992 Yes No Billy Fox Segment: "King of the Road" [111]
Tales from the Crypt 1992 Yes No Billy HBO Episode: "King of the Road" [112]
Friends 2001 Yes No Will Colbert NBC Episode: "The One with the Rumor" [113]
Jackass 2002 Yes No Himself MTV 2 episodes [114]
King of the Hill 2003 Yes No Patch Boomhauer (voice) Fox Episode: "Patch Boomhauer" [115]
Pretty/Handsome 2008 No Yes FX [116]
The Normal Heart 2014 No Yes HBO [117]
Nightingale 2014 No Yes HBO [118]
The OA 2016–2019 No Yes Netflix [119]
The Jim Jefferies Show 2017–2018 Yes No Weatherman Comedy Central 7 episodes, cameo [120]
Celebrity IOU 2020 No No Himself HGTV 1 episode [121]

Theatre

Title Year Role Theatre Notes Ref.
8 2012 Vaughn R. Walker Eugene O'Neill Theatre Single performance [122]

See also

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