Nicolas Cage filmography

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Nicolas Cage is an American actor and producer who began his acting career in 1981 with a role in the television pilot The Best of Times. The following year, Cage made his feature film acting debut in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, the second and last time he was credited by his birth name as Nicolas Coppola; he later changed his name professionally to avoid nepotism allegations due to his connection to the Coppola family.[1] In 1983, Cage starred in a leading role in the teen romantic comedy Valley Girl alongside Deborah Foreman; the film was praised by critics and summarized by Rotten Tomatoes as a "goofy yet amiable film" with "engaging performances from its two leads."[2]

Nicolas Cage wearing a fur coat in 2006
Cage on the set of National Treasure: Book of Secrets in 2006

In 1984, Cage portrayed a fictionalized version of Irish-American mob hitman Mad Dog Coll ("Vincent Dwyer") in The Cotton Club and appeared in Birdy, a feature chosen by the National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of that year.[3] In 1986, he starred as Ned Hanlan in The Boy in Blue and Charlie Bodell in Peggy Sue Got Married before leading the crime comedy Raising Arizona (1987), written and directed by the Coen brothers.[4] In 1988, he earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his role in Moonstruck.[5] In 1989, he appeared in the black comedy film Vampire's Kiss, a box-office bomb that later gained a cult following;[6] The New York Times described it as being "dominated and destroyed by Mr. Cage's chaotic, self-indulgent performance".[7]

In 1992, Cage earned his second Golden Globe nomination for Honeymoon in Vegas.[5] Three years later, he starred as a suicidal alcoholic in the critically acclaimed Leaving Las Vegas. For his performance, he received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role.[8] He also earned the Golden Globe for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama and the Academy Award for Best Actor.[5][9] In 2002, he made his directorial debut with Sonny and portrayed filmmaker Charlie Kaufman in Adaptation, another critically acclaimed film that earned him his most recent Best Actor nominations from the Academy Awards,[9] BAFTA,[10] and Golden Globes.[5]

Since then, Cage has had roles in a number of action and drama films, some of which were straight-to-video. His participation in various film genres during this time increased his popularity and gained him a cult following.[11][12] The Guardian writes, "In Cage's hands, cartoonish moments are imbued with real emotion and real emotions become cartoons. He is erratic and unpredictable; he is captivating and he is capricious. He is a performer. He is a troubadour. He is a jazz musician."[13] In 2013, he voiced Grug in the animated film The Croods, his highest-grossing film.[14] His additional voice roles include Superman in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies and Spider-Man Noir in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (both 2018). Cage has also starred in several critically acclaimed films, including Mandy (2018), Color Out of Space (2019), and Pig (2021).[15]

FilmEdit

Nicolas Cage's film credits
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1982 Fast Times at Ridgemont High Brad's Bud Credited as Nicolas Coppola [1]
1983 Valley Girl Randy [16]
Rumble Fish Smokey [17]
1984 Racing with the Moon Nicky [18]
The Cotton Club Vincent Dwyer [19]
Birdy Al Columbato [20]
1986 The Boy in Blue Ned Hanlan [21]
Peggy Sue Got Married Charlie Bodell [22]
1987 Raising Arizona H.I. McDunnough [23]
Moonstruck Ronny Cammareri [24]
1988 Vampire's Kiss Peter Loew [6]
1989 Never on Tuesday Man in red sports car Direct-to-video; uncredited cameo [25]
Time to Kill Enrico Silvestri [26]
1990 Wild at Heart Sailor Ripley [27]
Fire Birds Jake Preston [28]
1991 Zandalee Johnny Collins Direct-to-video [29]
1992 Honeymoon in Vegas Jack Singer [30]
1993 Amos & Andrew Amos Odell [31]
Red Rock West Michael [32]
Deadfall Eddie [33]
1994 Guarding Tess Doug Chesnic [34]
It Could Happen to You Charlie Lang [35]
Trapped in Paradise Bill Firpo [36]
A Century of Cinema Himself Documentary [37]
1995 Kiss of Death Little Junior Brown [38]
Leaving Las Vegas Ben Sanderson [39]
1996 The Rock Stanley Goodspeed [40]
1997 Con Air Cameron Poe [41]
Face/Off Castor Troy [42]
1998 City of Angels Seth [43]
Snake Eyes Rick Santoro [44]
1999 8mm Tom Welles [45]
Bringing Out the Dead Frank Pierce [46]
2000 Gone in 60 Seconds Memphis Raines [47]
The Family Man Jack Campbell [48]
Bel Air N/A Producer [49]
Shadow of the Vampire N/A Producer [50]
2001 Captain Corelli's Mandolin Captain Antonio Corelli [51]
Christmas Carol: The Movie Jacob Marley Voice role [52]
2002 Windtalkers Joe Enders [53]
Sonny Acid Yellow Also director and producer [54]
Adaptation Charlie Kaufman / Donald Kaufman [55]
2003 The Life of David Gale N/A Producer [56]
Matchstick Men Roy Waller [57]
2004 National Treasure Benjamin Franklin Gates [58]
2005 Lord of War Yuri Orlov Also producer [59]
The Weather Man David Spritz [60]
2006 The Ant Bully Zoc Voice role [61]
World Trade Center John McLoughlin [62]
The Wicker Man Edward Malus Also producer [63]
2007 Ghost Rider Johnny Blaze / Ghost Rider [64]
Grindhouse Fu Manchu Segment: "Werewolf Women of the SS"; uncredited [65]
Next Cris Johnson Also producer [66]
National Treasure: Book of Secrets Benjamin Franklin Gates [67]
2008 Bangkok Dangerous Joe Also producer [68]
2009 Knowing John Koestler [69]
G-Force Speckles Voice role [70]
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans Terence McDonagh [71]
Astro Boy Dr. Tenma Voice role [72]
2010 Kick-Ass Damon Macready / Big Daddy [73]
The Sorcerer's Apprentice Balthazar Also executive producer [74]
2011 Season of the Witch Behmen [75]
Drive Angry Milton [76]
Seeking Justice Will Gerard [77]
Trespass Kyle Miller [78]
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Johnny Blaze / Ghost Rider [79]
2012 A Thousand Words N/A Producer [80]
Stolen Will Montgomery [81]
Can't Stop Losing You: Surviving the Police N/A Producer; documentary [82]
2013 The Croods Grug Voice role [83]
The Frozen Ground Sgt. Jack Halcombe [84]
Joe Joe [85]
2014 Rage Paul Maguire Direct-to-video [86]
Outcast Gallain [87]
Left Behind Rayford Steele [88]
Dying of the Light Evan Lake Direct-to-video [89]
2015 The Runner Colin Pryce [90]
Pay the Ghost Mike Lawford [91]
2016 The Trust Stone [92]
Dog Eat Dog Troy [93]
Snowden Hank Forrester [94]
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage Captain McVay [95]
Army of One Gary Brooks Faulkner [96]
2017 Arsenal Eddie King Direct-to-video [97]
Vengeance: A Love Story John Also producer [98]
Inconceivable Brian [99]
Mom and Dad Brent [100]
2018 Mandy Red Miller [101]
Looking Glass Ray Direct-to-video [102]
The Humanity Bureau Noah Kross Direct-to-video [103]
211 Mike Chandler Direct-to-video [104]
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Superman Voice role [105]
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Peter Parker / Spider-Man Noir Voice role [106]
Between Worlds Joe Majors Direct-to-video [107]
2019 Love, Antosha Narrator Voice role; documentary [108]
A Score to Settle Frank Direct-to-video; also executive producer [109]
Color Out of Space Nathan [110]
Running with the Devil The Cook Direct-to-video [111]
Kill Chain Araña Direct-to-video [112]
Primal Frank Walsh Direct-to-video [113]
Grand Isle Walter Direct-to-video [114]
2020 Jiu Jitsu Wylie Direct-to-video [115]
The Croods: A New Age Grug Voice role [116]
2021 Prisoners of the Ghostland Hero [117]
Willy's Wonderland The Janitor Also producer [118]
Pig Robin "Rob" Feld Also producer [119]
2022 The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Nick Cage / Nicky Cage Also producer [120]
The Retirement Plan Matt [121]
The Old Way Colton Briggs [122]
Butcher's Crossing Miller [123]
2023 Renfield Count Dracula [124]

TelevisionEdit

Nicolas Cage's television credits
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1981 The Best of Times Nicolas Television pilot; credited as Nicolas Coppola [125]
1990 Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Broken Hearted Heartbreaker Television stage production [126]
1992; 2012 Saturday Night Live Himself Host (1992); Weekend Update cameo (2012) [127]
2007 The Dresden Files N/A Executive producer [128]
2021 History of Swear Words Himself Host; 6 episodes [129]

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