Jackie Earle Haley

Highest Rated: 97% The Bad News Bears (1976)
Birthday: Jul 14, 1961
Birthplace: Northridge, California, USA
The career of Jackie Earle Haley should be inspirational for any former child star or out-of-work actor. In his preteen years, Haley earned his living as a TV commercial actor and voice-over artist (he voiced the son on Hanna-Barbera's animated All in the Family clone Wait Till Your Father Gets Home). At 13, Haley was cast as the juvenile delinquent with home-run power in Michael Ritchie's superb little-league comedy The Bad News Bears, earning a cult following for his portrayal of the swaggering, cool loner. He repeated the iconic role in two sequels, one of the few members of the original cast to do so. Peter Yates cast Haley, alongside future celebrities Dennis Quaid and Daniel Stern, as a member of the bike-racing team in the Oscar-winning Breaking Away (1979). Earle disappeared from screens after some fitful television work through the '80s, but stayed busy behind the camera as a writer and an accomplished director of commercials. After more than a decade off the big screen, Haley made a spectacular return in 2006, first as the menacing bodyguard/driver Sugar Boy in All the King's Men, and then with an Oscar-nominated turn as a suburban pedophile in Todd Field's Little Children. He had a small part in the 2008 Will Ferrell comedy Semi-Pro, and the next year he was cast as Rorschach, arguably the most psychotic member of The Watchmen. In 2010 he appeared in a memorable one-scene cameo in Shutter Island and took the iconic part of Freddy Kruger in the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Two years later he was cast by Tim Burton in his big-screen version of Dark Shadows and by Steven Spielberg in the director's long-planned biopic Lincoln.


Highest Rated Movies



60% Alita: Battle Angel Actor 2019
72% The Birth of a Nation Raymond Cobb $15.9M 2016
26% London Has Fallen Deputy Chief Mason 2016
48% Criminal Activities Director Gerry 2015
49% RoboCop Rich Mattox $50.7M 2014
50% Parkland Father Oscar Huber $0.7M 2013
89% Lincoln Alexander Stephens $129.5M 2012
36% Dark Shadows Willie Loomis $79.8M 2012
40% Louis Judge Leander Perry 2010
15% A Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy Krueger $63.2M 2010
68% Shutter Island George Noyce $125.1M 2010
64% Watchmen Rorschach $107.5M 2009
45% Fragments Bob Jasperson 2008
23% Semi-Pro Dukes $33.4M 2008
80% Little Children Ronald James McGorvey $5.4M 2006
12% All The King's Men Sugar Boy $7.3M 2006
No Score Yet Prophet of Evil: The Ervil LeBaron Story Eddie Marston 1993
No Score Yet Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence Frank Jessup 1993
No Score Yet Nemesis Einstein 1993
No Score Yet Dollman Braxton Red 1991
No Score Yet Playroom Screenwriter 1990
No Score Yet The Zoo Gang Little Joe 1985
20% Losin' It Dave 1983
94% Breaking Away Moocher 1979
6% The Bad News Bears Go To Japan Kelly Leak 1978
44% Damnation Alley Billy 1977
44% The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training Kelly Leak 1977
97% The Bad News Bears Kelly Leak 1976
64% The Day of the Locust Adore 1975
No Score Yet Un homme est mort (A Man Is Dead), (Funerale a Los Angeles) (The Outside Man) Eric 1972


95% The Tick
The Terror
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
89% Narcos: Mexico
Jim Ferguson
  • 2018
75% Human Target
  • 2011
  • 2010
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
  • 2010
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
  • 2010
77% Get a Life
  • 1992
  • 1991
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Billy Willetts
  • 1986
No Score Yet The Partridge Family
  • 1973
40% Rick Moranis in Gravedale High