Joe Carnahan

Highest Rated: 86% Stretch (2014)
Lowest Rated: 17% Death Wish (2018)
Birthday: May 9, 1969
Birthplace: Not Available
Brother of screenwriter Matthew Michael Carnahan, Joe Carnahan has contributed to the film world primarily as a director. After getting his start in the mid-'90s working in the promotional department of a California television station, Carnahan produced several short films and generated a certain amount of excitement within the independent film community for his series of feature-length action flicks: Blood, Guts, Bullets & Octane, Narc, and Smokin' Aces. He was one of the many people in talks to direct one of Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible sequels, but landed his biggest box office hit to that point with 2010's big-screen adaptation of The A-Team. He reteamed with that film's star Liam Neeson two years later for the survival adventure drama The Grey.

Highest Rated Movies



17% Death Wish Screenwriter 2018
No Score Yet Death wish en español Screenwriter 2018
No Score Yet Uncharted Screenwriter 2017
80% Out of Print Actor 2016
No Score Yet Five Against a Bullet Director Screenwriter 2015
86% Stretch Screenwriter Producer Director 2014
79% The Grey Producer Screenwriter Director 2012
No Score Yet Killing Pablo Director Screenwriter 2011
48% The A-Team Screenwriter Director 2010
No Score Yet Smokin' Aces 2: Assassin's Ball Executive Producer Producer Screenwriter 2010
19% The Fourth Kind Producer 2009
34% Pride and Glory Screenwriter 2008
No Score Yet Playing for Change: Peace Through Music Producer 2008
30% Smokin' Aces Director Screenwriter 2007
No Score Yet Faceless Director 2006
84% Narc Director 2002
No Score Yet Ticker Director 2002
43% Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane Sid French Screenwriter Director Producer 1998


28% State of Affairs
Executive Producer Creator Screenwriter Director Producer
  • 2015
  • 2014
28% Those Who Kill
  • 2014
91% The Blacklist
Screenwriter Director Producer
  • 2014
  • 2013


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