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Timberlake at the Cannes Film Festival, May 2013

American entertainer Justin Timberlake has released four video albums and has been featured in thirty-seven music videos, seventeen films, fifteen television shows, and six commercials. He achieved early fame when he appeared in the Disney Channel television series The All-New Mickey Mouse Club, alongside singers Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera and actor Ryan Gosling.[1] Timberlake rose to fame in the late 1990s as the lead singer of the boy band NSYNC.[2] In 2002, he launched his solo career and released his solo debut single "Like I Love You", the music video for which was directed by Bucky Chrome. Francis Lawrence directed the video for "Cry Me a River". The video features Timberlake's character as he spies on a former lover, who according to the director portrays his former romantic interest Spears.[3][4] At the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, the video won the accolades for Best Male Video and Best Pop Video.[5]

In 2005, Timberlake starred in the thriller Edison alongside Morgan Freeman and Kevin Spacey. The film received negative reviews from film critics and was a box office bomb.[6] He then portrayed Frankie Ballenbacher in the crime drama Alpha Dog (2006); it received mixed responses from critics and attained box office success.[7] The same year, Timberlake released his second studio album FutureSex/LoveSounds—four music videos for singles from the album were shot. Samuel Bayer directed the music video for "What Goes Around... Comes Around" (2007) in which American actress Scarlett Johansson plays Timberlake's love interest.[8] From 2007 until 2009, he appeared in the music videos for his collaborations with other artists including 50 Cent ("Ayo Technology"), Madonna ("4 Minutes") and T.I. ("Dead and Gone").

Timberlake starred in the 2010 drama The Social Network, in which he portrayed Sean Parker, the first president of Facebook.[9] The film received acclaim from critics and was a box office success.[10][11] In 2011, he starred in the comedies Bad Teacher and Friends with Benefits alongside Cameron Diaz and Mila Kunis respectively.[12][13] Both films were financial successes.[14][15] The music videos for his songs "Mirrors" and "Suit & Tie" were released in 2013. They earned him a MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year[16] and a Grammy Award for Best Music Video,[17] respectively. Timberlake has also hosted Saturday Night Live five times, being both host and musical guest three times. In film, he released Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids and voiced Branch in Trolls in 2016.

Music videos

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The music videos for "Work It" and "Ayo Technology" were directed by Joseph Kahn.
David Fincher directed the music video for Timberlake's 2013 single "Suit & Tie".

As a performer

Title Other performer(s) Director(s) Album Year Ref.
"Like I Love You" Clipse Bucky Chrome Justified 2002 [18]
"Cry Me a River" N/A Francis Lawrence Justified 2002 [19]
"Work It" Nelly Joseph Kahn Nellyville 2003 [20]
"Rock Your Body" N/A Francis Lawrence Justified 2003 [21]
"Señorita" N/A Paul Hunter Justified 2003 [22]
"I'm Lovin' It" N/A Paul Hunter Live from London 2003 [23]
"Signs" Snoop Dogg
Charlie Wilson
Paul Hunter R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta):
The Masterpiece
2005 [24]
"SexyBack" N/A Michael Haussman FutureSex/LoveSounds 2006 [25]
"My Love" T.I. Paul Hunter FutureSex/LoveSounds 2006 [26]
"Dick in a Box" The Lonely Island Akiva Schaffer Incredibad 2006 [27]
"What Goes Around... Comes Around" (Paul van Dyk remix) N/A Samuel Bayer FutureSex/LoveSounds 2006 [28]
"What Goes Around... Comes Around" N/A Samuel Bayer FutureSex/LoveSounds 2007 [29]
"What Goes Around... Comes Around"
(Short Version)
N/A Samuel Bayer FutureSex/LoveSounds 2007 [30]
"Give It to Me" Timbaland
Nelly Furtado
Paul Allen
Timbaland
Shock Value 2007 [31]
"LoveStoned/I Think She Knows (Interlude)" N/A Robert Hales FutureSex/LoveSounds 2007 [32]
"LoveStoned (Justice Re-Mix)" N/A Marty Callner FutureSex/LoveShow:
Live from Madison Square Garden
2007 [33]
"Ayo Technology" 50 Cent
Timbaland
Joseph Kahn Curtis 2007 [34]
"Falling Down" Duran Duran Anthony Mandler Red Carpet Massacre 2007 [35]
"4 Minutes" Madonna
Timbaland
Jonas & François Hard Candy 2008 [36]
"Dead and Gone" T.I. Chris Robinson Paper Trail 2009 [37]
"Love Sex Magic" Ciara Diane Martel Fantasy Ride 2009 [38]
"Motherlover" The Lonely Island Akiva Schaffer
Jorma Taccone
Turtleneck & Chain 2009 [39]
"Carry Out" Timbaland Bryan Barber Shock Value II 2010 [40]
"Love Dealer" Esmée Denters The Malloys Outta Here 2010 [41]
"Ain't No Doubt About It" The Game
Pharrell
Diane Martel N/A 2010 [42]
"3-Way (The Golden Rule)" The Lonely Island
Lady Gaga
Akiva Schaffer
Jorma Taccone
The Wack Album 2011 [43]
"Role Model" FreeSol Justin Timberlake
Joseph Toman
Aaron Platt
No Rules 2011 [44]
"Fascinated" FreeSol
Timbaland
Colin Tilley No Rules 2011 [45]
"Suit & Tie" (Lyric Version) Jay-Z Laban Pheidias The 20/20 Experience 2013 [46]
"Suit & Tie" Jay-Z David Fincher The 20/20 Experience 2013 [47]
"Mirrors" N/A Floria Sigismondi The 20/20 Experience 2013 [48]
"Tunnel Vision" N/A Jonathan Craven
Simon McLoughlin
Jeff Nicholas
The 20/20 Experience 2013 [49]
"Take Back the Night" N/A Jeff Nicholas
Jonathan Craven
Darren Craig
The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 2013 [50]
"Holy Grail" Jay-Z Anthony Mandler Magna Carta Holy Grail 2013 [51]
"Take Back the Night"
(Live from Hoboken Version)
N/A Marc Klasfeld The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 2013 [52]
"TKO" N/A Ryan Reichenfeld The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 2013 [53]
"Not a Bad Thing" N/A Dennis Liu The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 2014 [54]
"Not a Bad Thing"
(#NotABadLoveStory Version)
N/A N/A The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 2014 [55]
"Love Never Felt So Good" Michael Jackson Rich Lee
Justin Timberlake
Xscape 2014 [56]
"Can't Stop the Feeling!"
(First Listen Version)
Cast of DreamWorks Animation's Trolls N/A Trolls 2016 [57]
"Can't Stop the Feeling!" N/A Mark Romanek Trolls 2016 [58]
"Filthy" N/A Mark Romanek Man of the Woods 2018 [59]
"Supplies" N/A Dave Meyers Man of the Woods 2018 [60]
"Say Something" Chris Stapleton Arturo Perez Jr. Man of the Woods 2018 [61]
"Man of the Woods" N/A Paul Hunter Man of the Woods 2018 [62]

Guest appearances

Title Performer(s) Director Album Year Ref.
"This Train Don't Stop There Anymore" Elton John David LaChapelle Songs from the West Coast 2001 [63]
"Promiscuous" Nelly Furtado
Timbaland
Little X Loose 2006 [64]
"Rehab" Rihanna Anthony Mandler Good Girl Gone Bad 2008 [65]
"Jizz in My Pants" The Lonely Island Akiva Schaffer Incredibad 2008 [66]
"#WHERESTHELOVE" The Black Eyed Peas Michael Jurkovac 2016 [67]

Video albums

Title Album details Ref
Justified: The Videos
  • Released: May 6, 2003
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
[68]
Justin Timberlake: Live from London
  • Released: December 9, 2003
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
[69]
Video Triple Play [70]
FutureSex/LoveShow: Live from Madison Square Garden
  • Released: December 18, 2007
  • Label: Zomba
  • Formats: Digital download, DVD, Blu-ray
[71]

Filmography

Film

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Longshot 2000 Himself Lionel C. Martin [72]
Model Behavior 2000 Jason Sharp Mark Rosman [73]
Edison[a] 2005 Joshua Pollack David J. Burke [74]
[75]
Alpha Dog 2006 Frankie Ballenbacher Nick Cassavetes [76]
[77]
Black Snake Moan 2006 Ronnie Morgan Craig Brewer [78]
[79]
Southland Tales 2007 Private Pilot Abilene Richard Kelly [80]
[81]
[82]
Shrek the Third 2007 Arthur "Artie" Pendragon (voice) Chris Miller
Raman Hui
[83]
[84]
The Love Guru 2008 Jacques "Le Coq" Grande Marco Schnabel [85]
[86]
The Open Road 2009 Carlton Garrett Michael Meredith [87]
[88]
The Social Network 2010 Sean Parker David Fincher [89]
[11]
Yogi Bear 2010 Boo-Boo Bear (voice) Eric Brevig [90]
Bad Teacher 2011 Scott Delacorte Jake Kasdan [12]
[14]
Friends with Benefits 2011 Dylan Harper Will Gluck [13]
[15]
In Time[b] 2011 Will Salas Andrew Niccol [92]
[93]
Trouble with the Curve 2012 Johnny Flanagan Robert Lorenz [94]
[95]
Inside Llewyn Davis 2013 Jim Berkey Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
[96]
Runner Runner 2013 Richie Furst Brad Furman [97]
[98]
The Short Game 2013 none Josh Greenbaum Executive producer [99]
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping 2016 Tyrus Quash Akiva Schaffer
Jorma Taccone
[100]
Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids 2016 Himself Jonathan Demme [101]
Trolls 2016 Branch (voice) Mike Mitchell
Walt Dohrn
[102]
Wonder Wheel 2017 Mickey Rubin Woody Allen [103]
Trolls World Tour 2020 Branch (voice) Walt Dohrn In production [104][105]
Palmer 2020 Eddie Palmer Fisher Stevens Post-production [106]

Television

Title Year Role Creator(s) Note(s) Ref.
The All-New Mickey Mouse Club 1993 Himself Bill Walsh Seasons 6–7 [107]
Touched by an Angel 1999 Street Performer John Masius Episode: "Voice of an Angel" [108]
Saturday Night Live 2000–2013 Himself (host/musical guest) Lorne Michaels 15 episodes [109]
The Simpsons 2001 Himself (voice) Matt Groening Episode: "New Kids on the Blecch" [110]
Punk'd 2003 Himself Ashton Kutcher 2 episodes [111]
2003 MTV Movie Awards 2003 Himself (co-host) N/A TV special [112]
2007 Kids' Choice Awards 2007 Himself (host) N/A TV special [113]
2008 ESPY Awards 2008 Himself (host) N/A TV special [114]
The Phone 2009 N/A Justin Timberlake 6 episodes; executive producer [115]
The Cleveland Show 2011 Paul / Rallo's Booger (voice) Seth MacFarlane
Mike Henry
Richard Appel
Episode: "Terry Unmarried" [116]
Trolls Holiday 2017 Branch (voice) Joel Crawford TV special [117]

Commercials

Product/Brand Year Director Ref
I'm Lovin' It (McDonald's) 2003 Unknown [118]
Pepsi 2008 Unknown [119]
901 Tequila 2010 Justin Timberlake [120]
Givenchy Play 2011 Unknown [121]
Callaway Golf Company 2012 Justin Timberlake (creative director) [122]
Sauza 901 2015 Unknown [123]
Bai Brands 2017 Unknown [124]

Notes

  1. ^ Also known as Edison Force in certain territories.[74]
  2. ^ Previously titled Now and I'm.mortal.[91]

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