Jack Nicholson

Biography

John Joseph "Jack" Nicholson (born April 22, 1937) is an American actor, film director, producer and writer. He is renowned for his often dark-themed portrayals of neurotic characters. Nicholson has been nominated for Academy Awards 12 times. He has won the Academy Award for Best Actor twice, for On...

60 titles Acting Writing Directing

5.4

How Do You Know

2010 · Charles

7.4

The Bucket List

2007 · Edward Periman Cole

8.5

The Departed

2006 · Francis "Frank" Costello

6.2

Anger Management

2003 · Dr. Buddy Rydell

6.7

Something's Gotta Give

2003 · Harry Sanborn

7.2

About Schmidt

2002 · Warren R. Schmidt

6.8

The Pledge

2001 · Jerry Black

7.7

As Good as It Gets

1997 · Melvin Udall

6.3

Mars Attacks!

1996 · President James Dale / Art Land

6.0

Blood and Wine

1996 · Alex Gates

5.8

The Evening Star

1996 · Garrett Breedlove

6.3

The Crossing Guard

1995 · Freddy Gale

6.2

Wolf

1994 · Will Randall

7.7

A Few Good Men

1992 · Col. Nathan R. Jessep

4.6

Man Trouble

1992 · Eugene Earl Axline, aka Harry Bliss

6.6

Hoffa

1992 · James R. 'Jimmy' Hoffa

6.1

The Two Jakes

1990 · J.J. "Jake" Gittes

7.5

Batman

1989 · Jack Napier / The Joker

7.2

Broadcast News

1987 · Bill Rorich

6.8

Ironweed

1987 · Francis Phelan

6.5

The Witches of Eastwick

1987 · Daryl Van Horne

6.0

Heartburn

1986 · Mark Forman

6.8

Prizzi's Honor

1985 · Charley Partanna

7.4

Terms of Endearment

1983 · Garrett Breedlove

6.4

The Border

1982 · Charlie Smith

6.6

The Postman Always Rings Twice

1981 · Frank Chambers

7.4

Reds

1981 · Eugene O'Neill

8.4

The Shining

1980 · Jack Torrance

6.3

Goin' South

1978 · Henry Lloyd Moon

6.6

The Missouri Breaks

1976 · Tom Logan

6.3

The Last Tycoon

1976 · Brimmer

8.7

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

1975 · Randle Patrick McMurphy

6.6

Tommy

1975 · The Specialist

5.7

The Fortune

1975 · Oscar

7.6

The Passenger Professione: reporter

1975 · David Locke

8.2

Chinatown

1974 · Jake Gittes

7.6

The Last Detail

1973 · SM1 Billy 'Bad Ass' Buddusky

6.6

The King of Marvin Gardens

1972 · David Staebler

7.0

Carnal Knowledge

1971 · Jonathan

5.3

A Safe Place

1971 · Mitch

6.6

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

1970 · Tad Pringle

7.5

Five Easy Pieces

1970 · Robert Eroica Dupea

3.8

Rebel Rousers

1970 · Bunny

7.4

Easy Rider

1969 · George Hanson

6.7

The Shooting

1968 · Billy Spear

6.6

Head

1968 · Movie director at filmshoot in restaurant

6.0

Psych-Out

1968 · Stoney

5.2

Hells Angels on Wheels

1967 · Poet

6.7

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre

1967 · Gino, Hit Man

6.5

Ride in the Whirlwind

1966 · Wes

5.9

Ensign Pulver

1964 · Dolan

5.3

Back Door to Hell

1964 · Burnett

5.6

Flight to Fury

1964 · Jay Wickham

5.0

The Terror

1963 · Lt. Andre Duvalier

6.7

The Raven

1963 · Rexford Bedlo

5.1

The Broken Land

1962 · Will

5.3

Studs Lonigan

1960 · Weary Reilly

5.5

Too Soon to Love

1960 · Buddy

6.3

The Little Shop of Horrors

1960 · Wilbur Force

5.1

The Cry Baby Killer

1958 · Jimmy Wallace

5 titles Acting Writing Directing

5.9

Drive, He Said

1971 · Screenplay

6.6

Head

1968 · Writer

6.1

The Trip

1967 · Writer

6.5

Ride in the Whirlwind

1966 · Writer

5.6

Flight to Fury

1964 · Writer

5.6

Thunder Island

1963 · Co-Writer

3 titles Acting Writing Directing

6.1

The Two Jakes

1990 · Director

6.3

Goin' South

1978 · Director

5.9

Drive, He Said

1971 · Director