Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger

Highest Rated: 100% At the Max (1991)

Lowest Rated: 14% The Women (2008)

Birthday: Jul 26, 1943

Birthplace: Dartford, Kent, England, UK

The most iconic of rock & roll frontmen, Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger was synonymous with sex appeal and swagger. Despite a solo career that never quite took off, he remained one of the world's most recognizable rock stars. Raised outside London, Jagger grew up in a middle-class family and ultimately attended the London School of Economics. More significant however was his meeting a young Keith Richards at Dartford Grammar School in September 1950. Though the two lost touch for a time, they reconnected ten years later and began bonding over blues records. A 16-year-old Jagger already had his sights set on pop stardom, and in 1961 the pair formed an early version of the Rolling Stones with a new acquaintance, blues-club employee Brian Jones. By 1963 the classic lineup was in place and Jagger left economics school; the group had its first UK success with a Chuck Berry song, "Come On" in that summer. From the start the group's chemistry came from the often-volatile relationship between Richards, the grizzled outlaw, and Jagger, the jet-setter and libertine. They also became a songwriting team after manager Andrew Oldham insisted they move away from R&B covers; the classic "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" was one of their early attempts. By the dawn of the '70s Jagger was well established as an international celebrity, marrying the Nicaraguan activist and aristocrat Bianca Macias in 1971 (His infidelity ended the marriage in 1978). Around this time a cartoon rendering of Jagger's lips became the official trademark for the Stones and their record label. The Stones continued to flourish, hitting a peak of popularity in 1978 with the Some Girls album and tour. Despite his playboy image Jagger handled a good deal of the band's business, keeping finances in order while Richards was derailed by drug addiction. For the first two decades, Jagger's main work outside the Stones was as an actor. His debut was in Nicolas Roeg's cult movie "Performance" (1969) followed by the lead in a Western, "Ned Kelly" (1970). The former included "Memo From Turner" which sounded enough like a Stones record to get airplay. (He was also turned down for the Tim Curry role in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1974), partly based on himself). However Jagger didn't make a solo album until 1986's She's the Boss which was largely greeted as a lesser Stones album; and accompanied by an underwhelming appearance at Live Aid. Three further solo albums also failed to break through though the final one, 2001's Goddess in the Doorway, stirred up some controversy when Rolling Stone gave it a five-star review. In 2011 Jagger teamed with Joss Stone, Eurythmics' Dave Stewart and others in a supergroup project, Super Heavy, which was barely noticed. None of the above detracted from Jagger's lofty status with the Rolling Stones. During 2019 he had his first major health setback as a U.S. tour was postponed so he could have heart-valve replacement surgery. They were back on the road just six weeks later, confirming their status as rock's most indestructible band.

Highest rated movies

Gimme Shelter
Burden of Dreams
Mon Ennemi Intime
The Burnt Orange Heresy
The Man From Elysian Fields




No Score Yet No Score Yet Darryl Jones: In the Blood Self - 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Somebody Up There Likes Me Unknown (Character) - 2019
66% 81% The Burnt Orange Heresy Joseph Cassidy (Character) $143.8K 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Faithfull Unknown (Character) - 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers Live at the Fonda Theatre 2015 Self - 2017
100% 79% The Rolling Stones Olé, Olé, Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America Music Performer - 2016
No Score Yet 88% The Rolling Stones: Havana Moon Self - 2016
80% 68% Get On Up Producer $30.5M 2014
89% 85% Crossfire Hurricane Unknown (Voice),
- 2012
No Score Yet 78% Stones in Exile Executive Producer - 2010
No Score Yet 97% Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones Flashback To 1972 Unknown (Character) - 2010
14% 38% The Women Producer $26.9M 2008
86% 74% Shine a Light Self,
Executive Producer
$5.4M 2008
No Score Yet 79% Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens Unknown (Character) - 2008
72% 54% Enigma Soldier in Bar (Character),
$4.3M 2001
52% 54% The Man From Elysian Fields Luther Fox (Character) $1.4M 2001
No Score Yet 55% Being Mick Unknown (Character) - 2001
77% 92% Mon Ennemi Intime Actor (archive footage) (Character) $95.6K 1999
74% 77% Bent Greta (Character) $418.2K 1997
22% 25% Freejack Vacendak (Character) $15.8M 1992
100% 89% At the Max Self,
Original Music
- 1991
No Score Yet 62% Let's Spend the Night Together Unknown (Character),
Non-Original Music
- 1982
89% 91% Burden of Dreams Wilbur (Character) - 1982
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Rutles Self - 1978
No Score Yet 96% Ladies and Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones Self - 1973
96% 84% Mean Streets Original Music $32.6K 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet Beaton by Bailey Unknown (Character) - 1971
85% 78% Performance Turner (Character) - 1970
27% 26% Ned Kelly Ned Kelly (Character) - 1970
93% 91% Gimme Shelter The Rolling Stones (Character),
Original Music
$252.6K 1970
No Score Yet 65% Invocation of My Demon Brother Original Music - 1969
No Score Yet 92% The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus Unknown (Character) - 1968
44% 57% Sympathy for the Devil Self - 1968
No Score Yet 93% The T.A.M.I. Show Himself (as The Rolling Stones) (Character) - 1964


67% No Score Yet My Life as a Rolling Stone Self 2022
74% 74% Vinyl Executive Producer 2016
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Music Performer,
1978 1993 2001 2012
No Score Yet 62% Family Guy Himself (archive footage) (Guest Voice) 2011
74% No Score Yet The Knights of Prosperity Unknown (Guest Star),
Executive Producer
85% 75% The Simpsons Himself (Guest Voice) 2002