Sandra Bullock filmography

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A photograph of Bullock smiling while attending the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con
Bullock at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con

Sandra Bullock is an American actress who made her film debut with a minor role in the 1987 thriller Hangmen.[1] She made her television debut in the television film Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989) and played the lead role in the short-lived sitcom Working Girl (1990)[2] before making her breakthrough starring in the action film Speed (1994).[3] She starred with Sylvester Stallone in Demolition Man (1994). Bullock founded her own production company, Fortis Films, and starred in the romantic comedy While You Were Sleeping in 1995.[4] Her performance in the film earned her first nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.[5] The following year, Bullock starred with Matthew McConaughey in the film adaptation of John Grisham's novel A Time to Kill (1996). In 1997, she reprised her Speed role in the sequel, Speed 2: Cruise Control. The following year, Bullock starred in the romantic comedy Practical Magic, voiced Miriam in the animated biblical film The Prince of Egypt and also executive produced her first film, the romantic drama Hope Floats.

Bullock garnered a second nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical by playing undercover FBI agent Gracie Hart, in the comedy Miss Congeniality (2000).[6] Two years later, she executive produced her first television series George Lopez and starred with Hugh Grant in the romantic comedy Two Weeks Notice (2002). In 2004, Bullock starred in the crime drama Crash and shared the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture with the rest of the ensemble cast.[7] The following year she reprised her role in Miss Congeniality in its sequel, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous. Bullock reunited with Speed co-star Keanu Reeves in the romantic drama The Lake House in 2006; that year she also played Harper Lee in the biographical film on Truman Capote, Infamous.

In 2009, she starred in the romantic comedy The Proposal, the comedy All About Steve, and the semi-autobiographical sports drama The Blind Side. Bullock won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Blind Side, and also received the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress for All About Steve. In doing so she became the first person to win both a Razzie and an Oscar in the same weekend.[8] Bullock starred in the buddy cop comedy The Heat and the science fiction thriller Gravity (both 2013). For her performance in the latter, she received the Saturn Award for Best Actress and was also nominated at the Academy Awards, British Academy Film Awards, and Golden Globe Awards.[9][10][11][12] In 2015, Bullock voiced the supervillain Scarlet Overkill in the animated film Minions. As of March 2017, Minions is her highest-grossing film, with a worldwide box office total of over $1.1 billion.[13]

Film

A photograph of Bullock attending the 1996 Cannes Film Festival
Bullock at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival
A photograph of Bullock attending the 2002 Cannes Film Festival
Bullock at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival
A photograph of Bullock attending the 83rd Academy Awards in 2011
Bullock at the 83rd Academy Awards, 2011
Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Hangmen 1987 Lisa Edwards [14]
A Fool and His Money 1989 Debby Cosgrove Also known as Religion, Inc.
Direct-to-video release
[15][16]
Who Shot Patakango? 1989 Devlin Moran Direct-to-video release [15][17]
Love Potion No. 9 1992 Diane Farrow [15][18]
The Vanishing 1993 Diane Shaver [19]
When the Party's Over 1993 Amanda [20]
The Thing Called Love 1993 Linda Lue Linden [21]
Demolition Man 1993 Lenina Huxley [22]
Fire on the Amazon 1993 Alyssa Rothman Direct-to-video release (filmed in 1990 but released in 1993) [23][24][25]
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway 1993 Elaine [26]
Speed 1994 Annie Porter [27]
Who Do I Gotta Kill? 1994 Lori Also known as Me & The Mob
Direct-to-video release
[15][28]
While You Were Sleeping 1995 Lucy Eleanor Moderatz [29]
The Net 1995 Angela Bennett [30]
Two If by Sea 1996 Roz [31]
A Time to Kill 1996 Ellen Roark [32]
In Love and War 1996 Agnes von Kurowsky [33][34]
Speed 2: Cruise Control 1997 Annie Porter [35]
Hope Floats 1998 Birdee Pruitt Also executive producer [36]
Making Sandwiches 1998 Melba Club Short film
Also producer, director, and screenwriter
[37]
Practical Magic 1998 Sally Owens [38]
The Prince of Egypt 1998 Miriam Voice only [39]
Forces of Nature 1999 Sarah Lewis [40]
Gun Shy 2000 Judy Tipp Also producer, and executive album producer [41][42]
28 Days 2000 Gwen Cummings [43]
Miss Congeniality 2000 Gracie Hart Also producer [44]
Kate & Leopold 2001 Producer only [45]
Murder by Numbers 2002 Det. Cassie Mayweather Also executive producer [46]
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood 2002 Siddalee Walker [47]
Two Weeks Notice 2002 Lucy Kelson Also producer [48]
Crash 2004 Jean Cabot [49]
Loverboy 2005 Mrs. Harker [50]
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous 2005 Gracie Hart Also producer [51]
The Lake House 2006 Dr. Kate Forster [52]
Infamous 2006 Harper Lee [53]
Premonition 2007 Linda Hanson [54]
The Proposal 2009 Margaret Tate Also executive producer [55]
All About Steve 2009 Mary Horowitz Also producer [56]
The Blind Side 2009 Leigh Anne Tuohy [57]
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close 2011 Linda Schell [58]
The Heat 2013 Special Agent Sarah Ashburn [59]
Gravity 2013 Dr. Ryan Stone [60]
The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers 2013 Golda Meir Documentary
Voice only
[61]
Minions 2015 Scarlet Overkill Voice only [62]
Our Brand Is Crisis 2015 "Calamity" Jane Bodine Also executive producer [63]
Ocean's EightFilms that have not yet been released 2018 Debbie Ocean Post-production [64]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Title Year(s) Role Notes Ref.
Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man
and the Bionic Woman
1989 Kate Mason Television film [65]
Starting from Scratch 1989 Barbara Webster Episode:"Confidence Game" [66]
The Preppie Murder 1989 Stacy Television film [67]
Working Girl 1990 Tess McGill 12 episodes [68]
Lucky Chances 1990 Maria Santangelo Miniseries [69]
George Lopez 2002−2004 Accident Amy 3 episodes (guest star)
Also series executive producer
[70][71]

See also

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