Ben Affleck filmography

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Affleck at the premiere of his film Argo in 2012

American actor and filmmaker Ben Affleck began his career as a child, appearing in several television shows, including the PBS educational program The Voyage of the Mimi (1984).[1] He played an antisemite in the sports film School Ties (1992) and featured as a regular on the television drama Against the Grain (1993).[2][3] He gained attention for playing the supporting part of a high-school senior in Richard Linklater's cult film Dazed and Confused (1993), after which he had his first leading role in Rich Wilkes's comedy Glory Daze (1995).[3][4] In 1997, Affleck played a comics artist in Smith's art-house success Chasing Amy. He co-wrote the script and starred with Matt Damon in Gus Van Sant's drama film Good Will Hunting, for which they won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.[5][6]

Affleck emerged a star with Michael Bay's top-grossing science fiction film Armageddon (1998).[7][8] In 2000, Affleck co-formed a production company named LivePlanet, which produced Project Greenlight (2001–05, 2015), a television series that provides training to first-time filmmakers.[9][10][11] Affleck starred in Bay's war film Pearl Harbor (2001), which despite negative reviews was a box office hit.[12][13] His career subsequently went through a period of decline when he starred in a series of critical and commercial failures, including Gigli (2003).[14][15] He made a comeback with the biopic Hollywoodland (2006), in which his portrayal of George Reeves earned him a Golden Globe nomination.[14][16]

In 2007, Affleck made his feature film directorial debut with Gone Baby Gone, a thriller based on the novel by Dennis Lehane, which was critically praised.[17][18] He went on to act in and direct two acclaimed features for Warner Bros.—the crime drama The Town (2010) and the thriller Argo (2012).[19] The latter, about the 1979 Iran hostage crisis in which he played the intelligence agent Tony Mendez, won the Academy Award for Best Picture and Affleck won the Golden Globe and BAFTA for Best Director.[a][16][20][21] In 2014, Affleck played a man accused of murdering his wife in David Fincher's thriller Gone Girl.[22] Two years later, he starred as Batman in the superhero film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), which grossed $873 million to rank as his highest-grossing release; he reprised the role in a few installments set in the DC Extended Universe.[8][23] He subsequently gained praise for playing a recovering alcoholic in the sports drama The Way Back (2020), Peter II, Count of Alençon in the period film The Last Duel (2021), and a caring father-figure in the drama The Tender Bar (2021).[24][25] Affleck returned to direction with the acclaimed sports drama Air (2023), in which he also portrayed Phil Knight.[26]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1981 The Dark End of the Street Tommy [27][28]
1989 Field of Dreams Extra Uncredited [29]
1992 School Ties Chesty Smith [30]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Basketball Player 10 Uncredited [31]
1993 I Killed My Lesbian Wife, Hung Her on a Meat Hook,
and Now I Have a Three-Picture Deal at Disney
Short film; director only [32]
Dazed and Confused Fred O'Bannion [4]
1995 Mallrats Shannon Hamilton [33]
Glory Daze Jack Freeman [34]
1997 Chasing Amy Holden McNeil [35]
Going All the Way Gunner Casselman [36]
Good Will Hunting Chuckie Sullivan Also writer [37]
1998 Shakespeare in Love Ned Alleyn [38]
Phantoms Sheriff Bryce Hammond [39]
Armageddon A. J. Frost [40]
1999 Dogma Bartleby [41]
Forces of Nature Ben Holmes [42]
200 Cigarettes Bartender [43]
2000 Bounce Buddy Amaral [44]
Reindeer Games Rudy Duncan [45]
Boiler Room Jim Young [46]
Joseph: King of Dreams Joseph (voice) [47]
2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Himself / Holden McNeil [48]
Daddy and Them Lawrence Bowen [49]
Pearl Harbor Rafe McCawley [50]
2002 Stolen Summer Producer only [51]
Changing Lanes Gavin Banek [52]
The Sum of All Fears Jack Ryan [53]
The Third Wheel Michael Also executive producer [54]
Speakeasy Executive producer only [55]
2003 The Battle of Shaker Heights [56]
Daredevil Matt Murdock / Daredevil [57]
Gigli Larry Gigli [58]
Paycheck Michael Jennings [59]
2004 Surviving Christmas Drew Latham [60]
Jersey Girl Ollie Trinke [61]
2005 Elektra Matt Murdock / Daredevil Director's cut only [62]
Feast Executive producer only [63]
2006 Man About Town Jack Giamoro [64]
Clerks II Gawking Guy Cameo [65]
Hollywoodland George Reeves [66]
Smokin' Aces Jack Dupree [67]
2007 Gone Baby Gone Director and writer only [68]
2008 Gimme Shelter Documentary; director only [69]
2009 He's Just Not That Into You Neil [70]
State of Play Stephen Collins [71]
Extract Dean [72]
2010 The Town Douglas "Doug" MacRay Also director and writer [73]
2011 The Company Men Bobby Walker [74]
2012 Argo Tony Mendez Also director and producer [75]
To the Wonder Neil [76]
2013 Runner Runner Ivan Block [77]
2014 Gone Girl Nick Dunne [78]
2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Bruce Wayne / Batman [79]
Suicide Squad Uncredited [80]
The Accountant Christian Wolff [81][82]
Live by Night Joe Coughlin Also director, writer and producer [83]
2017 Bending the Arc Documentary; executive producer only [84]
Justice League Bruce Wayne / Batman Also executive producer [85]
2019 Triple Frontier Tom "Redfly" Davis [86]
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Holden McNeil Cameo [87]
2020 The Last Thing He Wanted Treat Morrison [88]
The Way Back Jack Cunningham [89]
2021 Zack Snyder's Justice League Bruce Wayne / Batman Director's cut of Justice League; also executive producer [90]
The Last Duel Count Pierre d'Alençon Also writer and producer [91]
The Tender Bar Uncle Charlie [92]
2022 Deep Water Vic Van Allen [93]
Jennifer Lopez: Halftime Himself Documentary [94]
Clerks III Boston John Cameo [95]
2023 Air Phil Knight Also director and producer [96]
Hypnotic Daniel Rourke [97]
The Flash Bruce Wayne / Batman Cameo [98][99]
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Deleted scene [100]
TBA The Instigators Filming; producer only [101]
Unstoppable [102]
Small Things Like These Filming; executive producer only [103]
Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1984 The Voyage of the Mimi C.T. Granville 6 episodes [104]
1986 ABC Afterschool Special Danny Coleman Episode: "Wanted: The Perfect Guy" [105]
1987 Hands of a Stranger Billy Hearn Television film [106]
1988 The Second Voyage of the Mimi C.T. Granville 12 episodes [107]
1991 Daddy Ben Watson Television film [108]
1993 The Torkelsons Kevin Johnson Episode: "Is That All There Is?" [109]
Against the Grain Joe Willie Clemons 8 episodes [110]
1994 Lifestories: Families in Crisis Aaron Henry Episode: "A Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story" [111]
2000–2013 Saturday Night Live Himself 7 episodes [1]
2001–2005 & 2015 Project Greenlight Also executive producer [10]
[112]
2002 Push, Nevada Executive producer and writer only [113]
2009 Reporter Documentary; executive producer only [114]
Curb Your Enthusiasm Customer Episode: "Officer Krupke" [115]
2015 The Leisure Class Television film; executive producer only [116]
2016 The Runner Executive producer only [117]
Incorporated [118]
2019 City on a Hill [119]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Role Performer Ref.
2002 "Jenny from the Block" Himself Jennifer Lopez [120]
2020 "Antes Que El Mundo Se Acabe" Residente [121]
2022 "Marry Me (Ballad)" Jennifer Lopez, Maluma [122]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Affleck did not receive a nomination for Best Director at the 85th Academy Awards, although Argo was nominated for, and won, Best Picture.[20]

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