George Clooney

Highest Rated: 100% Fail Safe (2000)
Birthday: May 6, 1961
Birthplace: Lexington, Kentucky
As the son of broadcast journalist Nick Clooney and the nephew of chanteuse Rosemary Clooney, George Clooney entered the world with show business coursing through his veins. Born May 6, 1961 in Lexington, Kentucky, the future E.R. headliner appeared at the tender age of five on his father's Cincinnati talk program, The Nick Clooney Show. In his youth, Clooney honed a sharp interest in sports - particularly baseball - but by adulthood, Clooney launched himself as an onscreen presence, seemingly without effort. Beginning with a string of television commercials, then signed with Warner Brothers Entertainment as a supporting player. By the time Clooney had paid his dues, he'd appeared in single episodes of The Golden Girls, Riptide, Crazy Like a Fox, Street Hawk and Hunter.After regular gigs on TV shows like The Facts of Life, Roseanne, and Sisters, Clooney scored a role on the NBC medical drama E.R., which proved his breakthrough to superstardom. When that program shot up to #1 in prime time ratings, Clooney carried it (much more, in fact, than a first-billed Anthony Edwards) - his inborn appeal to women and his onscreen grace and charm massive contributing factors. This appeal increased as his character - initially something of a callous womanizer - matured with the show, eventually evolving into a kind and thoroughly decent, if somewhat hotheaded, human being.The performer's newfound star power led to big screen opportunities, like an acid-mouthed, rifle-wielding antihero (one of the Gecko Brothers, alongside Quentin Tarantino) in the Robert Rodriguez-directed, Tarantino-scripted horror comedy From Dusk Till Dawn (1995). Not long after, Clooney shifted gears altogether, co-headlining (with Michelle Pfeiffer) in the charming romcom One Fine Day (1996). Though he would notoriously misstep in accepting the role of Bruce Wayne in the 1997 attempted Batman reboot Batman & Robin, Clooney's honesty about the part being a bad fit was refreshing to audiences, and he took little flack for the movie, moving on to critically acclaimed movies like the action-laced crime comedy Out of Sight, and Terrence Malick's adaptation of The Thin Red Line. Out of Sight represented a massive watershed moment for Clooney: the first of his numerous collaborations with director Steven Soderbergh. In 1999 -- following his much-talked-about departure from E.R. - Clooney continued to work on a number of high-profile projects. He would star alongside Mark Wahlberg and Ice Cube as an American soldier reclaiming Kuwaiti treasure from Saddam Hussein in David O. Russell's Three Kings, and eventually win a 2000 Golden Globe for his portrayal of a pomade-obsessed escaped convict in the Coen brothers' Odyssey update O Brother Where Art Thou?. It was around this time that Clooney, now an established actor equally as comfortable on the big screen as the small, began to branch out as the Executive Producer of such made-for-TV efforts as Killroy (1999) and Fail Safe (2000). Soon producing such features as Rock Star (2001) and Insomnia (2002), Clooney next re-teamed with Soderbergh for a modern take on a classic Rat Pack comedy with Ocean's Eleven (2001). After the dynamic film duo stuck together for yet another remake, the deep-space psychological science-fiction drama Solaris (2002), busy Clooney both produced and appeared in Welcome to Collinwood and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind later the same year.Confessions marked Clooney's behind-the-camera debut, and one of the most promising actor-turned-director outings in memory. Adapted by Charlie Kaufman from Gong Show host Chuck Barris's possibly fictionalized memoir, the picture exhibited Clooney's triple fascinations with politics, media and celebrity; critics did not respond to it with unanimous enthusiasm, but it did show Clooney's promise as a director. He went on to star alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones in the Coen Brothers movie Intolerable Cruelty. The small film was a major sleeper hit among the lucky few who got t


Highest Rated Movies



69% Ocean's 8 Producer 2018
58% Always at the Carlyle Actor 2018
28% Suburbicon Screenwriter Director Producer $5.8M 2017
No Score Yet Architects Of Denial Actor $59K 2017
86% Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You Actor $70.6K 2016
58% Money Monster Producer Lee Gates 2016
86% Hail, Caesar! Baird Whitlock $28M 2016
70% A Very Murray Christmas Actor 2015
35% Our Brand is Crisis Producer $4.9M 2015
50% Tomorrowland Frank $71.6M 2015
No Score Yet The Yankee Commandante Producer Director 2015
30% The Monuments Men Frank Stokes Screenwriter Producer Director $67.3M 2014
65% August: Osage County Producer $29.3M 2013
50% One Pm Central Standard Time Himself/Narrator 2013
96% Gravity Matt Kowalski $274.1M 2013
96% Argo Producer $136.1M 2012
No Score Yet George Clooney's Irish Roots Actor 2012
89% The Descendants Matt King $78.6M 2011
84% The Ides of March Director Producer Screenwriter Governor Mike Morris $41M 2011
65% The American Jack/Edward Producer $35.6M 2010
91% Up in the Air Ryan Bingham $83.8M 2009
92% Fantastic Mr. Fox Mr. Fox $21.1M 2009
51% The Men Who Stare at Goats Producer Lyn Cassady $32.5M 2009
80% The Informant! Executive Producer $33.3M 2009
No Score Yet Playground Executive Producer 2009
78% Burn After Reading Harry Pfarrer $60.4M 2008
No Score Yet You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story Actor 2008
52% Leatherheads Director Dodge Connolly $31.2M 2008
No Score Yet Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens Actor 2008
No Score Yet Sand and Sorrow Narrator Executive Producer 2007
73% Darfur Now Actor $64.4K 2007
90% Michael Clayton Executive Producer Michael Clayton $49M 2007
70% Ocean's Thirteen Executive Producer Danny Ocean $78.9M 2007
46% Wind Chill Executive Producer 2007
33% The Good German Producer Jake Geismer $0.9M 2007
No Score Yet Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film Actor 2006
67% A Scanner Darkly Executive Producer $5.3M 2006
No Score Yet Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters Actor 2006
57% PU-239 Executive Producer 2006
20% Rumor Has It Executive Producer $43M 2005
73% Syriana Executive Producer Bob Barnes $50.9M 2005
93% Good Night, And Good Luck Fred Friendly Producer Director Screenwriter $31.6M 2005
No Score Yet Movies 101 Actor 2005
44% The Jacket Producer $6.3M 2005
No Score Yet Tim Janis - Coastal America Actor 2005
55% Ocean's Twelve Danny Ocean $125.5M 2004
69% Criminal Producer $0.8M 2004
75% Intolerable Cruelty Miles Massey $35.1M 2003
79% Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Jim Byrd Director 2003
45% Spy Kids 3-D - Game Over Devlin 2003
88% Far From Heaven Executive Producer $16M 2003
No Score Yet Tim Janis' Beautiful America Actor 2003
66% Solaris Chris Kelvin $14.8M 2002
55% Welcome to Collinwood Jerzy Producer $75.7K 2002
92% Insomnia Executive Producer $67.4M 2002
No Score Yet America: A Tribute to Heroes Actor 2001
82% Ocean's Eleven Danny Ocean $183.4M 2001
52% Rock Star Executive Producer $16.6M 2001
93% Spy Kids Devlin 2001
77% O Brother, Where Art Thou? Ulysses Everett McGill $45.2M 2000
47% The Perfect Storm Billy Tyne 2000
100% Fail Safe Col. Jack Grady Executive Producer 2000
94% Three Kings Archie 1999
81% South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut Dr. Gouache 1999
80% The Thin Red Line Capt. Charles Bosche 1998
93% Out of Sight Jack Foley 1998
88% Full Tilt Boogie Actor 1997
10% Batman & Robin Batman/Bruce Wayne 1997
47% One Fine Day Jack Taylor 1996
63% From Dusk Till Dawn Seth Gecko 1996
No Score Yet The Harvest Lip Syncing Transvestite 1993
No Score Yet Without Warning: Terror in the Towers Kevin Shea 1993
No Score Yet Un-Becoming Age Mac 1992
No Score Yet Red Surf Remar 1990
No Score Yet ER Douglas Ross 1990
0% Return of the Killer Tomatoes! Matt Stevens 1988
No Score Yet Return to Horror High Oliver 1987
No Score Yet Combat High Biff Woods 1986


83% My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman
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No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
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No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
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No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
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No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
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No Score Yet Charlie Rose
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No Score Yet CBS This Morning
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No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
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No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
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No Score Yet Secrets of the Dead
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No Score Yet Inside the Actors Studio
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No Score Yet Person to Person
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No Score Yet Meet the Press
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53% Memphis Beat
Producer Executive Producer
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No Score Yet Real Time With Bill Maher
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No Score Yet ER
Guest Dr. Doug Ross Douglas Ross
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No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
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50% K Street
Executive Producer
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No Score Yet Murphy Brown
  • 1998
76% Roseanne
Booker Brooks Booker
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No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
Guest Host
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No Score Yet Sisters
Det. James Falconer
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No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Kip Howard
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No Score Yet The Golden Girls
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No Score Yet The Facts of Life
George George Burnett
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No Score Yet A Path Appears
No Score Yet Catch-22
Director Executive Producer Scheisskopf