Ryan Reynolds filmography

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Reynolds at the 2018 San Diego Comic Con
Reynolds promoting Deadpool 2 at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con

Ryan Reynolds is a Canadian-American actor who has appeared in films, television series, videos, and video games. Reynolds made his acting debut on television in the teen drama Fifteen in 1991.[1] Two years later, he made his feature film debut by playing an orphan raised in India, who is inspired by Mahatma Gandhi to go on a hunger strike in a small town in Canada in Ordinary Magic (1993).[2][3] Reynolds had a recurring role on the television show The Odyssey (1993). He followed this with minor appearances on The X-Files (1996), and the television film Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996). His breakthrough role was as medical student Michael "Berg" Bergen in the sitcom Two Guys and a Girl.[4][5]

He played a slacker in National Lampoon's Van Wilder (2002), and vampire hunter Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity (2004) with Wesley Snipes. Reynolds appeared in lead roles in the commercially successful romantic comedies Just Friends (2005), Definitely, Maybe (2008), and The Proposal (2009).[6] In 2010, he played a military contractor who is captured by terrorists in the psychological thriller Buried.[7][8] The following year, Reynolds starred in the title role of the superhero film Green Lantern, which received a generally negative reception from the critics and performed poorly at the box office leading to a decline in his career.[9][10] In 2013, he voiced a garden snail in Turbo and a caveman in The Croods.[11] Two years later, he appeared in the drama Mississippi Grind and played lawyer E. Randol Schoenberg in Woman in Gold.[7]

Reynolds experienced a career turnaround when he played the titular antihero in the superhero film Deadpool (2016), which he also produced. It received generally positive reviews from the critics especially for his irreverent comedic performance, and Reynolds garnered a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.[12][13] The film was also a commercial success, grossing a worldwide total of over $782 million at the box-office.[14][15] He reprised the role in its 2018 sequel Deadpool 2, which received generally positive reviews from critics, and was a commercial success.[16] It became the highest grossing R-rated film with a worldwide gross of over $785 million.[17][a] Reynolds has reportedly said that, he wanted to bring a Deadpool movie to the big screen from the year 2000. He even said that all of the films he did in his career, Deadpool had some influence on his characters. The following year, he voiced Pikachu in the film Detective Pikachu (2019).

Film[edit]

Year Title Roles Notes Ref(s)
1993 Ordinary Magic Jeffrey [2]
1997 The Alarmist Howard Ancona [18]
1999 Coming Soon Henry Lipschitz [19]
Dick Chip [20]
2000 Boltneck Karl Originally known as Big Monster on Campus [21][22]
We All Fall Down Red Shoes [23]
2001 Finder's Fee Quigley [24]
2002 National Lampoon's Van Wilder Van Wilder [25]
Buying the Cow Mike Hanson [26]
2003 The In-Laws Mark Tobias [27]
Foolproof Kevin [28]
2004 Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle Male nurse [29]
Blade: Trinity Hannibal King [30]
2005 The Amityville Horror George Lutz [31]
Waiting... Monty [32]
Just Friends Chris Brander [33]
2006 Smokin' Aces Richard Messner [34][35]
2007 The Nines Gary / Gavin / Gabriel[b] [36]
2008 Chaos Theory Frank Allen [37]
Definitely, Maybe Will Hayes [38]
Fireflies in the Garden Michael [39]
2009 Adventureland Mike Connell [40]
X-Men Origins: Wolverine Wade Wilson / Weapon XI / Deadpool[c] Additional dialogue [41][42]
The Proposal Andrew Paxton [43]
Paper Man Captain Excellent [44]
2010 Buried Paul Conroy [45]
2011 Green Lantern Hal Jordan / Green Lantern[c] [46]
The Change-Up Mitch Planko [47]
The Whale Narrator Also executive producer [48]
2012 Safe House Matt Weston [49]
Ted Jared Uncredited cameo [50]
2013 The Croods Guy (voice) [51]
Turbo Turbo (voice) [52]
R.I.P.D. Nick Walker [53]
2014 The Voices Jerry Hickfang
Bosco, Mr. Whiskers, The Deer, and Bunny Monkey (voices)[d]
[54]
The Captive Matthew [55]
A Million Ways to Die in the West Cowboy Uncredited cameo [56]
2015 Mississippi Grind Curtis [57]
Woman in Gold E. Randol Schoenberg [58]
Self/less Young Damian / Edward[c] [59]
2016 Criminal Bill Pope [60]
Deadpool Wade Wilson / Deadpool[c] Also producer [61]
2017 No Good Deed Short film
Also writer
[62]
Life Rory Adams [63]
The Hitman's Bodyguard Michael Bryce [64]
2018 Deadpool 2 Wade Wilson / Deadpool[c]
Juggernaut (voice and motion capture)[c]
Himself (cameo)
Also producer and writer; aka Once Upon a Deadpool (PG-13 version of the film) [65][66]
[67][68]
2019 Great Bear Rainforest Narrator Documentary [69]
Detective Pikachu Detective Pikachu (voice) / Harry Goodman[e] Also facial motion capture for Pikachu [70][71]
Hobbs & Shaw Victor Locke (uncredited)
Eteon Director (voice)[e]
Eteon Director credited under the pseudonym Champ Nightengale [72]
6 Underground One [73]
2020 The Croods: A New Age Guy (voice) [74]
2021
Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard Michael Bryce [75]
Deadpool and Korg React Wade Wilson / Deadpool[c] Promotional short film; also director [76]
Free Guy Guy / Dude[e] Also producer [77]
Red Notice Films that have not yet been released Nolan Booth Post-production [78]
2022 The Adam Project Films that have not yet been released Adam Post-production; also producer [79]
TBA Spirited Films that have not yet been released TBA Filming; also producer [80]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television[edit]

Year(s) Title Role(s) Notes Ref(s)
1991–1993 Hillside Billy Simpson 13 episodes; aka Fifteen [1][81]
1993–1994 The Odyssey Macro / Lee[f] 13 episodes [1]
1994 My Name is Kate Kevin Bannister Television film [82]
1995
1997
1998
The Outer Limits Derek / Paul[f] Episode: "If These Walls Could Talk"
Episode: "Double Helix"
Episode: "The Origin of Species"
[83]
1995 Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story Andy Television film [84]
1996 The X-Files Jay "Boom" DeBoom Episode: "Syzygy" [85]
The John Larroquette Show Tony Hemingway Episode: "Napping to Success" [86]
When Friendship Kills Ben Television film; aka A Secret Between Friends: 'A Moment of Truth' Movie [87][88]
Sabrina the Teenage Witch Seth Television film [89]
In Cold Blood Bobby Rupp Television miniseries [90]
1998–2001 Two Guys and a Girl Michael "Berg" Bergen [91]
2003 Scrubs Spence Episode: "My Dream Job" [92]
2004–2005 Zeroman Ty Cheese (voice) 13 episodes [93]
2005 School of Life Michael "Mr. D" D'Angelo Television film [94]
2009
2017
2019
Saturday Night Live Host / Himself Episode: "Ryan Reynolds/Lady Gaga" (Host)
Episode: "Melissa McCarthy/Haim" (Cameo)
Episode: "Will Ferrell/King Princess" (Cameo)
[95]
[96]
[97]
2011, 2012, 2017 Family Guy Himself / Overweight Guy (voice)[f] 3 episodes [93][98][99]
2012 Top Gear Himself [100][101]
2013 Murder in Manhattan Executive producer; Television film [102]
2020 Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time Himself 1 episode [103]
Don't Commentator Also executive producer [104][105]
TBA Welcome to Wrexham Himself Docuseries [106]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role(s) Notes Ref(s)
2011 Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters Hal Jordan / Green Lantern (voice)[g] [107]
2018 Marvel Strike Force Wade Wilson / Deadpool (voice)[g] iOS and Android [108]

Music and web videos[edit]

Year Title Artist Role Notes Ref(s)
2009 "Threw It on the Ground" The Lonely Island Himself Premiered on Saturday Night Live as Host [109][110]
2016 "Honest Trailers – Deadpool (Feat. Deadpool)" Honest Trailers Wade Wilson / Deadpool (voice)[h] [111]
2017 "Honest Trailers – Logan (Feat. Deadpool) – 200th Episode!!" [112]
2018 "Honest Trailers – Deadpool 2 (Feat. Deadpool)" [113]
2018 "Ashes" Celine Dion Deadpool 2 opening credits theme song [114]
2019 "You Need to Calm Down" Taylor Swift Painter Cameo [115]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Joker surpassed the film in 2019.[17]
  2. ^ In this film, Reynolds played three different characters.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g In this film, Reynolds plays a character known by different names.
  4. ^ Reynolds played five different characters in this film.
  5. ^ a b c Reynolds played two different characters in this film.
  6. ^ a b c Reynolds played two different characters in this television show.
  7. ^ a b In this video game, Reynolds voiced a character known by different names.
  8. ^ In this video, Reynolds played a character known by different names.

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