Robert De Niro filmography

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Robert De Niro filmography
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De Niro at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival
NationalityAmerican
OccupationActor, director, producer, voice actor
Years active1963–present
 
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Robert De Niro filmography
Robert De Niro 3 by David Shankbone.jpg
De Niro at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival
NationalityAmerican
OccupationActor, director, producer, voice actor
Years active1963–present

Robert De Niro's filmography includes the year the film was/will be released, the name of his character, and other related notes (i.e. awards won). There's also a list of films he has produced and his appearances in theater plays, TV series and documentaries. Sometimes credited as Robert DiNiro, Robert DeNero and Robert DeNiro. De Niro has starred in over ninety films throughout his career.[1]

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Actor and/or director[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1964Seven Days In MayGeneral Scott's driverUncredited
1965Three Rooms in ManhattanClient at the dinerUncredited
1968Les Jeunes LoupsClient at the club Chez Popov
1968GreetingsJon Rubin
1969Sam's SongSam
1969The Wedding PartyCecil
1970Bloody MamaLloyd Barker
1970Hi, Mom!Jon Rubin
1971Jennifer on My MindMardigian, Cab driver
1971Born to WinOfficer Danny
1971The Gang That Couldn't Shoot StraightMario Trantino
1973Bang the Drum SlowlyBruce Pearson
1973Mean StreetsJohn 'Johnny Boy' CivelloFirst collaboration with Martin Scorsese
1974The Godfather Part IIVito Corleone
1976Taxi DriverTravis Bickle
19761900Alfredo Berlinghieri
1976The Last TycoonMonroe Stahr
1977New York, New YorkJimmy Doyle
1978The Deer HunterMichael Vronsky
1980Raging BullJake LaMotta
1981True ConfessionsMonsignor Desmond "Des" Spellacy
1983The King of ComedyRupert Pupkin
1984Once Upon a Time in AmericaDavid "Noodles" Aaronson
1984Falling in LoveFrank Raftis
1985BrazilArchibald 'Harry' Tuttle
1986The MissionRodrigo Mendoza
1987Angel HeartLouis Cyphre
1987The UntouchablesAl Capone
1988Midnight RunJack Walsh
1989JacknifeJoseph 'Jacknife' Megessey
1989We're No AngelsNed
1990Stanley & IrisStanley Everett Cox
1990GoodfellasJames "Jimmy" Conway
1990AwakeningsLeonard Lowe
1991Guilty by SuspicionDavid Merrill
1991BackdraftDonald 'Shadow' Rimgale
1991Cape FearMaximilian "Max" Cady
1992Night and the CityHarry Fabian
1992MistressEvan M. Wright
1993A Bronx TaleLorenzo AnelloAlso Director
1993Mad Dog and GloryWayne 'Mad Dog' Dobie
1993This Boy's LifeDwight Hansen
1994Mary Shelley's FrankensteinThe Creature
1995A Hundred and One NightsLe mari de la star-fantasme en croisière
1995CasinoSam 'Ace' Rothstein
1995HeatNeil McCauley
1996The FanGilbert "Gil" Renard
1996SleepersFather Bobby
1996Marvin's RoomDr. Wally
1997Cop LandLt. Moe Tilden
1997Jackie BrownLouis Gara
1997Wag the DogConrad Brean
1998Great ExpectationsArthur Lustig
1998RoninSam
1999Analyze ThisPaul Vitti
1999FlawlessWalter Koontz
2000The Adventures of Rocky and BullwinkleFearless Leader
2000Men of HonorChief Leslie William 'Billy' Sunday
2000Meet the ParentsJack Tiberius Byrnes
200115 MinutesDet. Eddie Flemming
2001The ScoreNick Wells
2002ShowtimeDet. Mitch Preston
2002City by the SeaVincent Anthony LaMarca
2002Analyze ThatPaul Vitti
2004GodsendDr. Richard Wells
2004Shark TaleDon LinoVoice Only
2004Meet the FockersJack Tiberius Byrnes
2004The Bridge of San Luis ReyArchbishop of Lima
2004Fahrenheit 9/11HimselfArchive Footage
2005Hide and SeekDavid Callaway / Charlie
2006Arthur and the InvisiblesThe KingVoice Only (English Language Version)
2006The Good ShepherdGeneral Bill SullivanAlso Director
2007StardustCaptain Shakespeare
2008Righteous KillDet. Thomas "Turk" Cowan
2008What Just HappenedBen
2009Everybody's FineFrank
2010MacheteSenator McLaughlin
2010StoneJack Mabry
2010Little FockersJack Tiberius Byrnes
2011Manuale d'amore 3Adrian
2011Killer EliteHunter
2011LimitlessCarl Van Loon
2011New Year's EveStan Harris
2012Being FlynnJonathan Flynn
2012Red LightsSimon Silver
2012FreelancersSarcone
2012Silver Linings PlaybookPat Solitano, Sr.
2013The Big WeddingDon Griffin
2013Killing SeasonBenjamin Ford
2013The FamilyFred Blake/Giovanni Manzonialso known as Malavita
2013Last VegasPaddy
2013American HustleVictor Tellegiouncredited
2013Grudge MatchBilly "The Kid" McGuiganPending- Acer Award for Worst Actor
2013MotelUnknownPost-Production
2014Hands of StoneRay ArcelFilming
2015The IrishmanFrank SheeranAnnounced

Producer[edit]

YearTitleProducer
1989We're No AngelsExecutive producer
1991Cape FearProducer (uncredited)
1992ThunderheartProducer
1992MistressProducer
1993TriBeCaExecutive producer (unknown episodes)
1993The Night We Never MetProducer (uncredited)
1993A Bronx TaleProducer
1994Mary Shelley's FrankensteinAssociate producer
1995PantherProducer (uncredited)
1996FaithfulProducer
1996Marvin's RoomProducer
1997Wag the DogProducer
1998Witness to the MobExecutive producer
1999EntropyProducer
1999FlawlessProducer
2000The Adventures of Rocky & BullwinkleProducer
2000Meet the ParentsProducer
2000Holiday HeartExecutive producer
2001Prison SongProducer
2002About a BoyProducer
2004Stage BeautyProducer
2004Meet the FockersProducer
2005RentProducer
2006The Good ShepherdProducer
2008What Just HappenedProducer
2009Public EnemiesExecutive producer (uncredited)
2010Little FockersProducer
201020% FictionExecutive producer
201036Producer
2011Warrior QueenProducer
2011The Undomestic GoddessExecutive producer
2014MercuryCo-producer

Highest-grossing films[edit]

This is a list of the top 10 highest-grossing films in which De Niro has acted, according to Box Office Mojo.[2] This does not include films in which he had a minor role, or appeared as a cameo. According to the same site, films which De Niro has acted in have grossed a total of $2,540,228,484.

RankTitleDomestic (U.S.A) Gross (US$)Worldwide Gross (US$)
1Meet the Fockers279 million517 million
2Shark Tale161 million367 million
3Meet the Parents166 million330 million
4Little Fockers148 million311 million
5Silver Linings Playbook132 million234 million
6Heat67 million187 million
7Cape Fear79 million182 million
8Analyze This107 million177 million
9Limitless79 million162 million
10Backdraft78 million152 million

Television[edit]

This list includes complete appearances of Robert De Niro as himself in TV shows except the mini-series The Godfather: A Novel for Television, in which he played Vito Corleone, Saturday Night Live and HBO First Look.

TitleEpisode
Sesame StreetEpisode #35.4
(as Himself/Dog/Cabbage/Elmo)
ExtrasEpisode: Jonathan Ross
30 RockEpisode dated 22 January 2011, "Operation Righteous Cowboy Lightning"

Saturday Night Live[edit]

This list contains all of the appearances of Robert De Niro in Saturday Night Live, four of them (first three and seventh) are uncredited and three of them as host.

No.Air dateEpisode
1October 10, 1992Joe Pesci/Spin Doctors
2April 12, 1997Rob Lowe/Spice Girls
3October 21, 2000Dana Carvey/The Wallflowers
4December 7, 2002Robert De Niro/Norah Jones
5December 18, 2004Robert De Niro/Destiny's Child
6December 4, 2010Robert De Niro/Diddy-Dirty Money
7December 14, 2013John Goodman/Kings of Leon

Documentaries[edit]

This list includes appearances of Robert De Niro as himself in documentary movies.

YearTitleNotes
1982Elia Kazan, OutsiderInterviewee
1987Dear America: Letters Home from VietnamVoice acting
1990Hollywood MavericksInterviewee
1990More than a MovieParticipant
1992Stella Adler: Awake and Dream!Interviewee
1998Junket WhoreDocumentary about journalists
1998Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the TruthVoice acting
2001America: A Tribute to HeroesPerformer
2001The Concert for New York CityPerformer
20029/11Host
2002Fahrenheit 9/11Archive footage
2003Hans Hofmann: Artist/Teacher, Teacher/ArtistVoice acting
2004Biography: Liza MinnelliInterviewee
2006Tony Bennett: An American ClassicPerformer

Theater[edit]

In addition to acting for film, De Niro has acted in numerous Broadway and off-Broadway theater productions.

YearTitleRoleVenueRun
1953The Wizard of OzCowardly Lion1953
1970One Night Stand of a Noisy Passenger
1986Cuba and His Teddy BearCubaLongacre TheatreJuly, 1986 – September, 1986

Other media[edit]

TV Commercials[edit]

Films[edit]

In the end credits of the films Monument Ave., Man in Chair and Pollock send special thanks to Robert De Niro. Also, character of the Ruud de Bruyn in the film Dirty Picture named Robert de Niro.

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