Billie Joe Armstrong - Rotten Tomatoes

Billie Joe Armstrong

Highest Rated:   88% The Simpsons Movie (2007)
Lowest Rated:   50% Like Sunday, Like Rain (2015)
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Birthplace:   Oakland, California
California-born guitarist and vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong drew fire from hardcore underground punk fans when his grassroots band, Green Day, went mainstream with their blockbuster 1994 album Dookie and received exhaustive MTV airplay. Accused of selling out, Armstrong and his bandmates (Mike Dirnt and Al Sobrante (later replaced by Tre Cool) seemed relatively unruffled by the brouhaha and turned out a string of increasingly popular records, including the 2000 Warning and the 2004 American Idiot. Actually, the early MTV play presaged additional dramatic work for Armstrong. In the early years, his non-Green Day filmed appearances were scant, and included such spots as a 1997 guest voice-over on the Mike Judge animated sitcom King of the Hill. Ever the nonconformist, Armstrong later opted to voice the character of Charles Manson in the claymation musical comedy (!) Live Freaky! Die Freaky!, a reenactment of the famous 1969 Manson Family killings, set thousands of years in the future.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
53% Ordinary World
  • Perry
2016
50% Like Sunday, Like Rain
  • Dennis
2015
No Score Yet Heart Like A Hand Grenade
  • Actor
2015
65% Broadway Idiot
  • Actor
2013
No Score Yet Cuatro!
  • Actor
2012
51% This is 40
  • Himself
2012
88% The Simpsons Movie
  • Himself
2007
No Score Yet Live Freaky! Die Freaky!
  • Charlie
2006
No Score Yet Green Day - Bullet in a Bible
  • Actor
2005
No Score Yet Live Freaky! Die Freaky!
  • Actor
2005
No Score Yet Green Day: International Supervideos!
  • Actor
2001

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
2009-2014
  • Guest
No Score Yet Real Time With Bill Maher
2003
  • Guest
No Score Yet Drunk History
2013
  • Actor
No Score Yet The Voice
2011-2016
  • Actor
  • Appearing
No Score Yet Conan
2010
  • Guest

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