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Nicolas Cage (born January 7, 1964) is an Academy Award-winning American actor. He has also worked as a director and producer, through his production company Saturn Films. As of 2007, Cage has been nominated twice for an Academy Award as Best Actor in a Leading Role, winning the award for his performance in Leaving Las Vegas.

Filmography

Year Film Role U.S. Box Office Gross Worldwide Box Office Gross
1980 Brubaker Cameo $25,928,721
1981 Best Of Times Nicholas $15,062,351
1982 Fast Times at Ridgemont High Brad's Bud $27,092,880
1983 The Outsiders Cameo in rumble scene $25,600,000
Valley Girl Randy $17,343,596
Rumble Fish Smokey $2,494,480
1984 Racing with the Moon Nicky and Bud $6,045,647
The Cotton Club Vincent Dwyer $25,928,721
Birdy Sergeant Al Columbato $1,455,045
1986 The Boy in Blue Ned Hanlan $275,000
Peggy Sue Got Married Charlie Bodell $41,382,841
1987 Raising Arizona H. I. McDunnough $22,847,564
Moonstruck Ronny Cammareri $80,640,528
1988 Never on Tuesday Man In Red Sports Car N/A
1989 Vampire's Kiss Peter Leow $725,131
1990 Tempo di uccidere Enrico Silvestri N/A
Fire Birds (Also known as Wings of the Apache) Jake Preston $14,760,451
Wild at Heart Sailor $14,560,247
Zandalee Johnny N/A
1992 Honeymoon in Vegas Jack Singer $35,208,854
1993 Amos & Andrew Amos Odell $9,745,803
Deadfall Eddie $18,369
1994 A Century of Cinema Himself N/A
Red Rock West Michael Williams $2,502,551
Guarding Tess Doug Chesnic $27,058,304
It Could Happen to You Charlie Lang $37,939,757
Trapped in Paradise Bill Firpo $6,017,509
1995 Kiss of Death Little Junior Brown $14,942,422
Leaving Las Vegas Ben Sanderson $32,029,928
1996 The Rock Dr. Stanley Goodspeed $134,069,511
1997 Con Air Cameron Poe $101,117,573
Face/Off Castor Troy/Sean Archer $112,276,146
1998 City of Angels Seth $78,685,114
Snake Eyes Rick Santoro $55,591,407
1999 8mm Tom Welles $36,663,315
Bringing Out the Dead Frank Pierce $16,797,191
2000 Gone in Sixty Seconds Randall "Memphis" Raines $103,748,921 $242,901,103
The Family Man Jack Campbell $75,793,305
Welcome to Hollywood Himself N/A
2001 Italian Soldiers Himself N/A
Captain Corelli's Mandolin Captain Antonio Corelli $25,543,895
Christmas Carol: The Movie Jacob Marley (Voice) N/A
2002 Windtalkers Sgt. Joe Enders $40,914,068
Adaptation. Charlie and Donald Kaufman $22,498,520
Sonny Acid Yellow (Also director) $30,005
2003 Matchstick Men Roy Waller $36,906,460
2004 National Treasure Benjamin Gates $173,008,894 $347,512,149
2005 Lord of War Yuri Orlov $24,149,632
The Weather Man David Spritz $12,482,480
2006 The Ant Bully Zoc (Voice) $28,142,535
The Wicker Man Edward Malus $23,649,127
World Trade Center John McLoughlin $70,278,893 $162,970,240
2007 Ghost Rider Ghost Rider/Johnny Blaze $115,802,596 $228,738,393
Grindhouse Dr. Fu Manchu - segment Werewolf Women of the S.S. $25,031,037
Next Cris Johnson $28,149,968 $64,713,174
National Treasure: Book of Secrets Benjamin Gates $247,216,391 $457,346,486
2008 Bangkok Dangerous Joe
2009 G-Force Speckles (voice) post-production
Knowing Ted Myles post-production
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans The Lieutenant post-production
Astro Boy Dr. Tenma (voice) filming
Kick-Ass Big Daddy filming
Ghost Rider 2 Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze) announced




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