John Malkovich filmography

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Malkovich in August 2009

American actor, director, and producer John Malkovich has appeared in more than 70 motion pictures. He started acting in the 1980s, appearing in the films: Places in the Heart (1984) with Sally Field, Death of a Salesman (1985), The Glass Menagerie (1987), Empire of the Sun (1987), and Dangerous Liaisons (1988) with Glenn Close. His role in Places in the Heart earned him an Academy Award nomination. During the 1990s, he starred in the films: Of Mice and Men (1992) as Lennie Small, In the Line of Fire (1993) as Mitch Leary, Beyond the Clouds (1995) as The Director, The Portrait of a Lady (1996) Gilbert Osmond, Con Air (1997) as Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom, The Man in the Iron Mask (1998) as Athos, Being John Malkovich (1999) as John Horatio Malkovich, and The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999) as Charles VII. His role as Mitch Leary in In the Line of Fire earned him his second Academy Award nomination.

Malkovich went on to appear in the early 2000s films: Johnny English (2003) as Pascal Sauvage, The Libertine (2004) as Charles II, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) as Humma Kavula, Eragon (2006) as Galbatorix, Klimt (2006) as Gustav Klimt, Burn After Reading (2008) as Osborne Cox, and Changeling (2008) as Reverend Briegleb. In 2010, he co-starred with Josh Brolin and Megan Fox in the science fiction Western: Jonah Hex as Quentin Turnbull. The same year, he also starred in: Secretariat with Diane Lane, and RED with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren. A role he later reprised in the sequel: RED 2 (2013). Malkovich made an appearance in the science fiction action film: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) as Bruce Brazos. He co-starred in the romantic zombie comedy film: Warm Bodies (2013) as General Grigio and lent his voice to the animated movie Penguins of Madagascar (2014) as the villainous octopus Dave.

As a producer, Malkovich has produced the films Ghost World (2001), The Libertine (2004), Juno (2007), and The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012).

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1978 A Wedding Extra Uncredited [1]
1984 Places in the Heart Mr. Will [2]
1984 The Killing Fields Al Rockoff [3]
1985 Eleni Nick Gage [4]
1987 The Glass Menagerie Tom Wingfield [5]
1987 Making Mr. Right Dr. Jeff Peters / Ulysses [6]
1987 Empire of the Sun Basie [7]
1988 Miles from Home Barry Maxwell [8]
1988 Dangerous Liaisons Vicomte de Valmont [9]
1990 The Sheltering Sky Port Moresby [10]
1991 The Object of Beauty Jake Bartholemew [11]
1991 Queens Logic Elliot [12]
1992 Shadows and Fog Clown [13]
1992 Of Mice and Men Lennie Small [14]
1992 Jennifer 8 Agent St. Anne [15]
1993 In the Line of Fire Mitch Leary [16]
1993 Alive Older Carlitos Paez Uncredited [17]
1995 The Convent Michael Padovic [18]
1995 Beyond the Clouds The Director [19]
1996 Mary Reilly Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde [20]
1996 The Portrait of a Lady Gilbert Osmond [21]
1996 The Ogre Abel Tiffauges [22]
1996 Mulholland Falls General Timms [23]
1997 Con Air Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom [24]
1998 The Man in the Iron Mask Athos [25]
1998 Rounders Teddy KGB [26]
1999 Being John Malkovich John Horatio Malkovich [27]
1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc Charles VII [28]
1999 Le Temps Retrouvé Le Baron de Charlus [29]
2000 Shadow of the Vampire F. W. Murnau [30]
2001 Knockaround Guys Teddy Deserve [31]
2001 Hotel Omar Jonnson [32]
2001 I'm Going Home John Crawford [33]
2001 Les âmes fortes Monsieur Numance [34]
2002 The Dancer Upstairs Abimael Guzman Uncredited
Also Producer/Director
[35]
2002 Hideous Man Narrator Short Film
Voice Only
Also Writer/Director
[36]
2002 Ripley's Game Tom Ripley [37]
2003 Johnny English Pascal Sauvage [38]
2003 Um Filme Falado Captain John Walesa [39]
2003 Adaptation. Himself [40]
2004 The Libertine Charles II Also Producer [41]
2005 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Humma Kavula [42]
2005 Colour Me Kubrick Alan Conway [43]
2005 Flipping Uncle Kimono Himself Documentary [44]
2006 Art School Confidential Professor Sandiford Also Producer [45]
2006 Eragon Galbatorix [46]
2006 Klimt Gustav Klimt [47]
2006 The Call Priest Short Film [48]
2007 Drunkboat Mort [49]
2007 Beowulf Unferth [50]
2007 Polis Is This: Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place Himself Documentary [51]
2008 The Great Buck Howard Buck Howard [52]
2008 Gardens of the Night Michael [53]
2008 In Transit Pavlov [54]
2008 Burn After Reading Osborne Cox [55]
2008 Disgrace David Lurie [56]
2008 Mutant Chronicles Constantine [57]
2008 Changeling Reverend Briegleb [58]
2009 Afterwards Joseph Kay [59]
2010 Jonah Hex Quentin Turnbull [60]
2010 Secretariat Lucien Laurin [61]
2010 RED Marvin Boggs [62]
2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Bruce Brazos [63]
2012 Lines of Wellington Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington [64]
2013 Warm Bodies General Grigio [65]
2013 Siberian Education Grandfather Kuzya [66]
2013 Ecstasy Vinny Short Film
2013 RED 2 Marvin Boggs [67]
2014 Cesar Chavez Bogdanovich Senior Also Executive Producer [68]
2014 Penguins of Madagascar Dave Voice Only [69]
2014 Casanova Variations Giacomo Casanova [70]
2014 Cut Bank Sheriff Vogel [71]
2016 Zoolander 2 Chazz Spencer [72]
2016 Dominion Dr. Felton [73]
2016 Deepwater Horizon Donald Vidrine [74]
2016 Psychogenic Fugue Various Roles Short Film [75]
2017 Unlocked Bob Hunter [76]
2017 The Wilde Wedding Laurence Darling Also Executive Producer [77]
2017 I Love You, Daddy Leslie Goodwin [78]
2017 About Love. For Adults Only Speaker
2017 Bullet Head Walker [79]
2018 Supercon Sid Newberry [80]
2018 Mile 22 James Bishop [81]
2018 Bird Box Douglas [82]
2019 Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile Judge Edward Cowart [83]
2019 Velvet Buzzsaw Piers [84]
2019 Valley of the Gods Wes Tauros [85]
2020 Arkansas Bright [86]
2020 Ava Duke [87]
2115 100 Years Male Protagonist Also Writer [88]
TBA El Tonto Post-production [89]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1981 Word of Honor Gary Television film [90]
1983 Say Goodnight, Gracie Steve Television film [91]
1984 True West Lee Television film [92]
1985 Death of a Salesman Biff Loman Television film [93]
1986 Rocket to the Moon Ben Stark Television film [94]
1987 Santabear's High Flying Adventure Santa Claus (voice) Television film [95]
1989
1993
2008
Saturday Night Live Himself (host) 3 episodes [96]
[97]
[98]
1991 Old Times Deeley Television film [99]
1993 Heart of Darkness Kurtz Television film [100]
1999 RKO 281 Herman Mankiewicz Television film [101]
2000 Les Misérables Javert 4 episodes [102]
2002 Napoléon Charles Talleyrand 4 episodes [103]
2014 Crossbones Blackbeard 9 episodes [104]
2018–2019 Billions Grigor Andolov 6 episodes [105]
2018 The ABC Murders Hercule Poirot 3 episodes [106]
2019 Matchday: Inside FC Barcelona Narrator (voice) 8 episodes [107]
2020 The New Pope Pope John Paul III 9 episodes [108]
2020–present Space Force Dr. Adrian Mallory 10 episodes [109]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2015 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Oz Exo Zombies [110]

Music videos[edit]

Year Artist Title Ref.
1992 Annie Lennox "Walking on Broken Glass" [111]
2015 Eminem "Phenomenal" [112]

Director[edit]

Writer[edit]

  • Hideous Man (2002)
  • 100 Years (2015, for a 2115 release)

Producer[edit]

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