Warren Beatty

Warren Beatty

Highest Rated: 90% Reds (1981)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Mar 30, 1937

Birthplace: Richmond, Virginia, USA

Though his romantic adventures as the womanizer du-jour for over four decades occasionally overshadowed his creative endeavors, star Warren Beatty was an actor and Academy Award-winning director and writer who starred in and made some of the most ambitious and influential films of the 1960s on through the 1990s. His list of credits may have come up shorter than some of his more celebrated peers, but few could boast such films as "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967), "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" (1971), "Shampoo" (1975), "Reds" (1981) and "Bugsy" (1991) as their own. In truth, his list of romantic conquests probably exceeded his film credits, with the likes of Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton, Carly Simon, Madonna, Diane Sawyer, Natalie Wood, Cher, Julie Christie and Michelle Phillips all making the rounds with Beatty. But ultimately it was actress Annette Bening who tamed the wild man and claimed him as her husband after meeting on the set of "Bugsy." Beatty settled down into marriage shortly after, while his career eased to a crawl after directing and starring in the political satire "Bulworth" (1998). After the flop "Town & Country" (2001), Beatty retreated from filmmaking altogether for over a decade, seemingly content with watching Bening earn accolades for one stellar performance after another. His deep involvement in liberal politics sparked rumors of a run for office - governor or perhaps even president - but Beatty always brushed aside such talk. It was, in fact, a return to filmmaking that excited his fans the most, although the film that broke his prolonged silence -- Old Hollywood romantic comedy-drama "Rules Don't Apply" (2017), in which Beatty co-starred as Howard Hughes in addition to writing and directing -- turned out to be a critical and commercial disappointment. Indeed, the film was overshadowed by perhaps the biggest shock in Academy Awards history, when Beatty and "Bonnie and Clyde" co-star Faye Dunaway were accidentally given the wrong envelope before announcing the 2017 Best Picture Oscar, leading to Dunaway accidentally announcing that "La La Land" (2016) had won over the true winner "Moonlight" (2016).

Highest rated movies

Reds Bonnie and Clyde
The Parallax View
Heaven Can Wait
$ (Dollars)
McCabe & Mrs. Miller




No Score Yet 99% Becoming Iconic Self - 2018
55% 34% Rules Don't Apply Howard Hughes (Character),
$3.6M 2016
13% 14% Town & Country Porter (Character) $6.7M 2001
No Score Yet 50% Forever Hollywood Self - 1999
76% 68% Bulworth Sen. Jay Billington Bulworth (Character),
$26.4M 1998
28% 68% Love Affair Mike Gambril (Character),
- 1994
84% 69% Bugsy Bugsy Siegel (Character),
$48.2M 1991
64% 53% Dick Tracy Dick Tracy (Character),
$103.7M 1990
38% 39% Ishtar Lyle Rogers (Character),
$12.7M 1987
90% 82% Reds John Reed (Character),
- 1981
87% 68% Heaven Can Wait Joe Pendleton (Character),
- 1978
25% 35% The Fortune Nicky (Character) - 1975
64% 53% Shampoo George Roundy (Character),
- 1975
88% 78% The Parallax View Joseph Frady (Character) - 1974
No Score Yet No Score Yet Year of the Woman Unknown (Character) - 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet Year of the Woman Unknown (Character) - 1973
86% 50% $ (Dollars) Joe Collins (Character) - 1971
84% 86% McCabe & Mrs. Miller John McCabe (Character),
- 1971
No Score Yet 31% The Only Game in Town Joe Grady (Character) - 1970
89% 88% Bonnie and Clyde Clyde Barrow (Character),
- 1967
No Score Yet 29% Promise Her Anything Harley Rummel (Character) - 1966
No Score Yet 56% Kaleidoscope Barney Lincoln (Character) - 1966
71% 51% Mickey One The Comic/Mickey One (Character) - 1965
86% 64% Lilith Vincent Bruce (Character) - 1964
40% 54% All Fall Down Berry-Berry Willart (Character) - 1962
75% 90% Splendor in the Grass Bud Stamper (Character) - 1961
0% 58% The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone Paolo di Leo (Character) - 1961


No Score Yet 100% The Graham Norton Show Guest 2017
No Score Yet 45% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2016
No Score Yet 0% The Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest 2016
No Score Yet 100% The Colbert Report Guest 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet What's My Line? Guest 1966
No Score Yet No Score Yet Dobie Gillis Milton Armitage (Character) 1959-1960
No Score Yet No Score Yet One Step Beyond Unknown (Character) 1960