Robert Downey Jr. filmography

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Robert Downey Jr. is an American actor who has acted in numerous films and television series. In the 1980s, he was considered a member of the Brat Pack[1] after appearing in the films Weird Science with Anthony Michael Hall (1985), Back to School with Rodney Dangerfield (1986), Less Than Zero with Andrew McCarthy (1987), and Johnny Be Good again with Hall (1988). Downey also starred in the films True Believer (1989) and Chances Are (1989), and was a regular cast member on the late-night variety show Saturday Night Live in 1985.

In the 1990s, he was featured in the films Air America with Mel Gibson (1990), Soapdish with Sally Field (1991), Chaplin as Charlie Chaplin (1992), Heart and Souls with Alfre Woodard and Kyra Sedgwick (1993), Short Cuts with Julianne Moore (1993), Only You with Marisa Tomei (1994), Richard III with Ian McKellen (1995), and U.S. Marshals with Tommy Lee Jones (1998). His role in Chaplin earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor and a BAFTA Award win for Best Actor in a Leading Role.[2][3]

Downey had a regular role in the television series Ally McBeal in 2000, which won him a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor.[4] He was then cast in the 2003 films The Singing Detective alongside Robin Wright and Gothika with Halle Berry. In 2005, he starred in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang with Val Kilmer; in Good Night, and Good Luck with David Strathairn and George Clooney; and voiced the character of Patrick Pewterschmidt in the animated series Family Guy. The following year, he appeared in the animated science fiction film A Scanner Darkly and as Paul Avery in the 2007 film Zodiac.

Downey was cast as the role of Tony Stark / Iron Man in the 2008 Marvel Studios film Iron Man, a role he later reprised in Iron Man 2 (2010), The Avengers (2012), Iron Man 3 (2013), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), and Captain America: Civil War (2016); he will reprise the role in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) and is slated to reprise the role in Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and its currently untitled sequel (2019). During that time he also starred in the films Tropic Thunder (2008) and The Soloist (2009), and played the title character in Sherlock Holmes (2009) and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011). For his role in Tropic Thunder, he was nominated for an Academy Award and a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor. He also won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role in Sherlock Holmes.[4]

Film

Robert Downey Jr. facing right in 1990 at a film premiere for his movie Air America
At the Air America premiere, 1990
Robert Downey Jr. smiling and facing left in 2008
Promoting the film Iron Man in Mexico City, 2008
Close up of Robert Downey Jr, wearing tinted glasses at the premiere for his movie Iron Man 3
At the Paris premiere of Iron Man 3, April 2013
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1970 Pound Puppy [5]
1972 Greaser's Palace Unnamed Quasimodo-like child [6]
1975 Moment to Moment Himself Uncredited; also co-producer
Aka Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight
[7]
1980 Up the Academy Boy on Soccer Team Uncredited [8]
1983 Baby It's You Stewart [5]
1984 Firstborn Lee [9]
1985 Tuff Turf Jimmy Parker [10]
Girls Just Want to Have Fun Punk Party Crasher Uncredited [11]
Weird Science Ian [12]
Deadwait Short [13]
1986 Back to School Derek Lutz [12]
1987 Pick-up Artist, TheThe Pick-up Artist Jack Jericho [12]
Less Than Zero Julian Wells [9]
1988 Johnny Be Good Leo Wiggins [12]
Rented Lips Wolf Dangler [12]
1969 Ralph Karr [12]
1989 That's Adequate Albert Einstein [14]
True Believer Roger Baron [12]
Chances Are Alex Finch [15]
1990 Air America Billy Covington [16]
1991 Too Much Sun Reed Richmond [17]
Soapdish David Seton Barnes [18]
1992 Chaplin Charlie Chaplin [19]
1993 Heart and Souls Thomas Reilly [20]
Last Party, TheThe Last Party Himself Also writer [21]
Short Cuts Bill Bush [22]
1994 Hail Caesar Jerry [23]
Natural Born Killers Wayne Gale [24]
Only You Peter Wright / Damon Bradley [25]
1995 Richard III Earl Rivers [26]
Home for the Holidays Tommy Larson [27]
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree Mr. Willowby [28]
Restoration Robert Merivel [29]
1997 Danger Zone Jim Scott [30]
One Night Stand Charlie [31]
Two Girls and a Guy Blake Allen [32]
Hugo Pool Franz Mazur [33]
1998 Gingerbread Man, TheThe Gingerbread Man Clyde Pell [34]
U.S. Marshals Special Agent John Royce [16]
1999 In Dreams Vivian Thompson [35]
Friends & Lovers Hans [36]
Bowfinger Jerry Renfro [37]
Black and White Terry Donager [38]
2000 Wonder Boys Terry Crabtree [39]
2002 Lethargy Animal therapist Short [40]
2003 Whatever We Do Bobby Short [41]
Singing Detective, TheThe Singing Detective Dan Dark [9]
Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin Charles Chaplin [42]
Gothika Pete Graham [43]
2004 Eros Nick Penrose Segment: "Equilibrium" [44]
2005 Game 6 Steven Schwimmer [45]
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Harry Lockhart [16]
Outsider, TheThe Outsider Himself Documentary [46]
Good Night, and Good Luck Joseph Wershba [47]
Hubert Selby Jr Narrator Documentary [48]
2006 Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, AA Guide to Recognizing Your Saints Dito Montiel Also co-producer [49]
Shaggy Dog, TheThe Shaggy Dog Dr. Kozak [50]
Scanner Darkly, AA Scanner Darkly James Barris [51]
Fur Lionel Sweeney [52]
2007 Zodiac Paul Avery [53]
Lucky You Telephone Jack Cameo [34]
2008 Charlie Bartlett Principal Nathan Gardner [54]
Iron Man Tony Stark / Iron Man [55]
Incredible Hulk, TheThe Incredible Hulk Tony Stark / Iron Man Uncredited; cameo [56]
Tropic Thunder Kirk Lazarus / Sgt. Lincoln Osiris [16]
2009 Soloist, TheThe Soloist Steve Lopez [57]
Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes [16]
2010 Iron Man 2 Tony Stark / Iron Man [58]
Love & Distrust Rob Segment: "Auto Motives" [59]
Due Date Peter Highman [60]
2011 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Sherlock Holmes [61]
2012 Avengers, TheThe Avengers Tony Stark / Iron Man [62]
2013 Iron Man 3 [63]
2014 Chef Marvin [64]
Judge, TheThe Judge Hank Palmer Also executive producer [16]
2015 Avengers: Age of Ultron Tony Stark / Iron Man [63]
2016 Captain America: Civil War [63]
2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming In post-production [65]
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Filming [63]
2019 Untitled Avengers film Filming [63]
Doctor Dolittle Dr. Dolittle Filming; also producer [63]

Television

Robert Downey Jr with his right hand in the air giving a thumbs up while holding a microphone in his left hand
At the D23 Expo, August 2011
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1985 Saturday Night Live Various Cast member (season 11), 18 episodes [12]
1985 Mussolini: The Untold Story Bruno Mussolini Miniseries [66]
1996 Saturday Night Live Host Episode: "Robert Downey Jr./Fiona Apple" [67]
2000–2002 Ally McBeal Larry Paul Main role (season 4), 25 episodes [68]
2005 Family Guy Patrick Pewterschmidt (voice) Episode: "The Fat Guy Strangler" [67]

Video game

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2008 Iron Man Tony Stark Iron Man's dialogue filled in by Stephen Stanton [69]
2014 Iron Man 3: The Official Game Tony Stark Iron Man's dialogue filled in by Stephen Stanton

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