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Quentin Tarantino is an American film director, screenwriter and film producer who has directed ten films.[a] He first began his career in the 1980s by directing and writing Love Birds In Bondage[1] and writing, directing and starring in the black-and-white My Best Friend's Birthday, a partially lost amateur short film which was never officially released. He impersonated musician Elvis Presley in a small role in the sitcom The Golden Girls (1988), and briefly appeared in Eddie Presley (1992). As an independent filmmaker, he directed, wrote, and appeared in the violent crime thriller Reservoir Dogs (1992), which tells the story of six strangers brought together for a jewelry heist. Proving to be Tarantino's breakthrough film, it was named the greatest independent film of all time by Empire.[2][3] Tarantino's screenplay for Tony Scott's True Romance (1993) was nominated for a Saturn Award.[4] Also in 1993, he served as an executive producer for Killing Zoe and wrote two other films.

In 1994, Tarantino wrote and directed the neo-noir black comedy Pulp Fiction, a major critical and commercial success. Cited in the media as a defining film of modern Hollywood, the film earned Tarantino an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and a Best Director nomination.[5] The following year, Tarantino directed The Man from Hollywood, one of the four segments of the anthology film Four Rooms, and an episode of ER, entitled "Motherhood". He wrote Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk till Dawn (1996)—one of the many collaborations between them—which attained cult status and spawned several sequels,[6] in which they served as executive producers. Tarantino's next directorial ventures Jackie Brown (1997) and Kill Bill (2003–2004) were met with critical acclaim.[7][8] The latter, a two-part martial arts film (Volume 1 and Volume 2), follows a former assassin seeking revenge on her ex-colleagues who attempted to kill her.[9]

Tarantino's direction of "Grave Danger", a CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode, garnered him a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series nomination.[10] He directed a scene in Frank Miller and Rodriguez's Sin City (2005). Tarantino and Rodriguez later collaborated in the double feature Grindhouse (2007); Tarantino directed the segment Death Proof. He next penned and directed the war film Inglourious Basterds (2009), a fictionalized account of the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. The critically and commercially successful film earned Tarantino two nominations at the 82nd Academy Awards—Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.[11][12] His greatest commercial success came with the 2012 Western film Django Unchained, which is about a slave revolt in the Antebellum South. Earning $425.4 million worldwide, it won him another Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.[13][14] Tarantino then wrote and directed another commercially successful Western film, The Hateful Eight (2015),[15] whose screenplay was nominated for a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award.[16][17] He wrote the 2019 drama Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which follows a fading actor and his stunt double as they navigate 1969 Hollywood. The film was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture.[18]

Film[edit]

A picture of Quentin Tarantino and German actress Diane Kruger smiling towards the camera
Tarantino with Diane Kruger, who appeared in Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds
A picture of Quentin Tarantino and Australian actress Margot Robbie smiling towards the camera
Tarantino with Margot Robbie, who appeared in Tarantino's 2019 film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Year Title Director Writer Producer Notes Ref.
1992 Reservoir Dogs Yes Yes No [19][20]
1994 Pulp Fiction Yes Yes Yes Story co-written with Roger Avary [21]
1997 Jackie Brown Yes Yes No Adapted from the novel Rum Punch by Elmore Leonard. [22]
2003 Kill Bill: Volume 1 Yes Yes No Tarantino considers Kill Bill: Volume 1 and 2 to be a single film. [23][24]
2004 Kill Bill: Volume 2 Yes Yes No [9]
2007 Death Proof Yes Yes Yes Also cinematographer [25][26]
2009 Inglourious Basterds Yes Yes No [27]
2012 Django Unchained Yes Yes No [24][28]
2015 The Hateful Eight Yes Yes No [24]
2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Yes Yes Yes [29][30]

Short films[edit]

Year Title Director Writer Producer Notes Ref.
1986 Love Birds In Bondage Yes Yes Yes Also editor [1]
1987 My Best Friend's Birthday Yes Yes Yes Also editor [31]
1995 The Man from Hollywood Yes Yes Executive Segment from Four Rooms [32]
2005 The Big Fat Kill Guest No No Segment from Sin City [33]

Writer and/or producer only[edit]

Year Title Writer Producer Ref.
1991 Past Midnight Uncredited Associate [34]
1993 Iron Monkey No Yes [35]
1993 True Romance Yes No [36]
1994 Natural Born Killers Story No [37]
1994 It's Pat Uncredited No [38]
1995 Crimson Tide Uncredited No [25]
1996 From Dusk till Dawn Yes Executive [39]
1996 The Rock Uncredited No [40]
2007 Planet Terror No Yes [25]

Executive producer only[edit]

Year Title Notes Ref.
1993 Killing Zoe [41]
1996 Curdled [42]
1998 God Said Ha! [25]
1999 From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money Direct-to-video [25]
1999 From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter Direct-to-video [25]
2002 Hero [43][44]
2004 My Name Is Modesty [25]
2005 Daltry Calhoun [25]
2005 Hostel [25]
2006 Freedom's Fury Documentary film [25]
2007 Hostel: Part II [25]
2008 Hell Ride [25]

Acting roles and documentary appearances[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1986 Love Birds in Bondage Mickey Lead role [45]
1987 My Best Friend's Birthday Clarence Poole Lead role [31]
1992 Eddie Presley Asylum attendant Cameo [19]
1992 Reservoir Dogs Mr. Brown [46]
1994 The Coriolis Effect Panhandle Slim Short film, voice cameo [47]
1994 Pulp Fiction Jimmie Dimmick [19]
1994 Somebody to Love Bartender Cameo [48]
1994 Sleep with Me Sid Cameo [49]
1995 Dance Me to the End of Love Groom Short film [25]
1995 Four Rooms Chester Rush Segment: "The Man from Hollywood" [50]
1995 Desperado Pick-up guy [19]
1995 Destiny Turns on the Radio Johnny Destiny [51]
1996 From Dusk till Dawn Richie Gecko [52]
1996 Girl 6 Director #1 – NY Cameo [53]
1997 Jackie Brown Answering Machine Voice cameo [19]
1998 God Said Ha! Himself [25]
2000 Little Nicky Deacon Cameo [19]
2003 Kill Bill: Volume 1 Crazy 88 member Cameo [19]
2005 The Muppets' Wizard of Oz Himself Television film, cameo [54]
2007 Death Proof Warren the Bartender [19]
2007 Sukiyaki Western Django Piringo [19]
2007 Planet Terror Rapist #1 / Zombie eating road kill Cameos [19]
2007 Diary of the Dead Newsreader Voice cameo [55]
2008 Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild,
Untold Story of Ozploitation!
Himself Documentary film [56]
2009 Inglourious Basterds First scalped Nazi / American GI Cameo [19]
2011 POM Wonderful Presents:
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold
Himself Documentary film [57]
2012 Django Unchained Robert (Bag Head #1) / Frankie Cameos [19]
2014 She's Funny That Way Himself Cameo [58]
2015 The Hateful Eight Narrator Voice cameo [59]
2018 What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael Himself Documentary film [60]
2018 The Great Buster: A Celebration Himself Documentary film
2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Red Apple Cigarettes commercial director Voice cameo [61]
2019 QT8: The First Eight Himself (archival footage) Documentary film [62]
2020 Jay Sebring....Cutting to the Truth Himself Documentary film [63][64]
2021 Django & Django Himself Documentary film [65]
2021 Ennio Himself Documentary film

Television[edit]

Year Title Director Writer Producer Notes Ref.
1995 ER Yes No No Episode: "Motherhood" [66]
2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Yes Story No Episode: "Grave Danger" [67]
2014–2016 From Dusk till Dawn: The Series No Story No 30 episodes. Based on From Dusk till Dawn, story co-written with Robert Rodriguez. [68]
2015–2016 #15SecondScare No No Executive 14 episodes [69]

Acting roles[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1988 The Golden Girls Elvis Presley impersonator Episode: "Sophia's Wedding: Part 1" [19]
1995 All-American Girl Desmond Winocki Episode: "Pulp Sitcom" [54]
Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: "Quentin Tarantino / The Smashing Pumpkins" [70]
2002, 2004 Alias McKenas Cole Episodes: "The Box (Part 1)", "The Box (Part 2)", "Full Disclosure", and "After Six" [54]
2005 Duck Dodgers Master Moloch (voice) Episode: "Master & Disaster" [71]
2022 Super Pumped Narrator (voice) 7 episodes [72]

Video games[edit]

Broadway[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tarantino considers Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003) and Volume 2 (2004) to be a single film, and so counts his output at nine films, despite there having been ten theatrically released movies.

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