Woody Allen

Woody Allen

Highest Rated: 100% Broadway Danny Rose (1984)

Lowest Rated: 14% Company Man (2000)

Birthday: Nov 30, 1935

Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA

With at least four distinct phases throughout his long career, writer-director-actor Woody Allen was one of the few American filmmakers rightly labeled an auteur. From the irreverent absurdity of his early satires like "Bananas" (1971) and "Sleepers" (1973) to his chronicles of neurotic New Yorkers in "Annie Hall" (1977), "Manhattan" (1979) and "Hannah and Her Sisters" (1986), Allen was one of the most influential filmmakers of the late 20th century. Unique among filmmakers, Allen made highly personal films with mainstream money while managing to exert creative control over the product - all the while earning a high level of critical respect and numerous Academy Awards. His creative fires never extinguished, as he directed dramas like "Interiors" (1978), morally ambiguous tragicomedies like "Crimes and Misdemeanors" (1989) and period comedies like "Bullets Over Broadway" (1994). Even when stepping outside of his comfort zone with "Everyone Says I Love You" (1996) and "Sweet and Lowdown" (1999), Allen had the creative acumen to pull it off.

Highest rated movies

Broadway Danny Rose
Love and Death
Sleeper
Annie Hall
Play It Again, Sam
Zelig
Manhattan Murder Mystery
Manhattan

Photos

Filmography

Movies

Credit
42% 45% Rifkin's Festival Director,
Screenwriter
- 2020
47% 55% A Rainy Day in New York Director,
Screenwriter
- 2019
32% 42% Wonder Wheel Director,
Screenwriter
$1.2M 2017
71% 56% Café Society Director,
Screenwriter
$11.1M 2016
46% 46% Irrational Man Director,
Screenwriter
$4.0M 2015
51% 45% Magic in the Moonlight Director,
Screenwriter
$10.5M 2014
No Score Yet 96% Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did for Love Unknown (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet 81% Trespassing Bergman Unknown (Character) - 2013
44% 63% The Unbelievers Unknown (Character) - 2013
54% 41% Fading Gigolo Murray (Character) $3.8M 2013
91% 77% Blue Jasmine Director,
Screenwriter
$33.4M 2013
46% 40% To Rome With Love Jerry (Character),
Director,
Screenwriter
$16.7M 2012
90% 88% Woody Allen: A Documentary Self - 2012
93% 83% Midnight in Paris Director,
Screenwriter
$56.8M 2011
46% 34% You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger Director,
Screenwriter
$3.2M 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet ...But Film Is My Mistress Unknown (Character) - 2010
50% 61% Whatever Works Director,
Screenwriter
$5.3M 2009
81% 74% Vicky Cristina Barcelona Director,
Writer
$23.2M 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Brother Theodore Unknown (Character) - 2007
46% 49% Cassandra's Dream Director,
Writer
$969.6K 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sophia: Ieri, oggi, domani Self - 2007
41% 55% Scoop Sid Waterman (Character),
Director,
Writer
$10.5M 2006
77% 81% Match Point Director,
Writer
$23.1M 2005
44% No Score Yet The Ballad of Greenwich Village Unknown (Character) - 2005
65% 43% The Outsider Unknown (Character) - 2005
51% 47% Melinda and Melinda Director,
Writer
$3.8M 2004
40% 44% Anything Else David Dobel (Character),
Director,
Writer
$3.2M 2003
47% 49% Hollywood Ending Val (Character),
Director,
Writer
$4.8M 2002
No Score Yet 74% Woody Allen: A Life in Film Unknown (Character) - 2002
45% 53% The Curse of the Jade Scorpion CW Briggs (Character),
Director,
Writer
$7.5M 2001
83% 69% Light Keeps Me Company Self - 2000
14% 44% Company Man Lowther (uncredited) (Character) $146.0K 2000
No Score Yet 31% Picking Up the Pieces Tex Cowley (Character) - 2000
66% 57% Small Time Crooks Ray Winkler (Character),
Director,
Writer
$17.1M 2000
77% 82% Sweet and Lowdown Self,
Director,
Screenwriter
$4.2M 1999
63% 73% The Impostors Audition Director (uncredited) (Character) $2.2M 1998
40% 42% Celebrity Director,
Writer
$5.0M 1998
92% 52% Antz Z-4195 (Voice) $90.7M 1998
73% 82% Deconstructing Harry Harry Block (Character),
Director,
Writer
$10.7M 1997
No Score Yet 40% The Sunshine Boys Al Lewis (Character) - 1997
86% 65% Wild Man Blues Self $526.4K 1997
77% 68% Everyone Says I Love You Joe Berlin (Character),
Director,
Writer
$9.7M 1996
78% 73% Mighty Aphrodite Lenny (Character),
Director,
Writer
$4.8M 1995
44% 41% Don't Drink the Water Walter Hollander (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1994
95% 83% Bullets Over Broadway Director,
Screenwriter
$11.4M 1994
94% 84% Manhattan Murder Mystery Larry Lipton (Character),
Director,
Screenwriter
$10.5M 1993
52% 55% Shadows and Fog Kleinman (Character),
Director,
Writer
$2.4M 1992
93% 87% Husbands and Wives Prof. Gabriel "Gabe" Roth (Character),
Director,
Screenwriter
$9.3M 1992
32% 25% Scenes From a Mall Nick Fifer (Character) $9.2M 1991
71% 57% Alice Director,
Writer
$6.8M 1990
92% 91% Crimes and Misdemeanors Cliff Stern (Character),
Director,
Writer
$17.6M 1989
75% 56% New York Stories Sheldon (Character),
Director
$10.6M 1989
59% 75% Another Woman Director,
Screenwriter
$499.5K 1988
90% 84% Radio Days Narrator,
Director,
Writer
$11.1M 1987
63% 52% September Director $404.8K 1987
55% 57% King Lear Mr. Alien (uncredited) (Character) $8.8K 1987
91% 90% Hannah and Her Sisters Mickey Sachs (Character),
Director,
Writer
$37.3M 1986
93% 88% The Purple Rose of Cairo Director,
Screenwriter
- 1985
100% 84% Broadway Danny Rose Danny Rose (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1984
96% 88% Zelig Leonard Zelig (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1983
74% 57% A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy Andrew (Character),
Director
- 1982
67% 78% Stardust Memories Sandy Bates (Character),
Director
- 1980
94% 92% Manhattan Isaac Davis (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1979
81% 79% Interiors Director,
Writer
- 1978
97% 92% Annie Hall Alvy Singer (Character),
Director,
Screenwriter
- 1977
72% 74% The Front Howard Prince (Character) - 1976
100% 90% Love and Death Boris (Character),
Director,
Screenwriter
- 1975
100% 81% Sleeper Miles Monroe (Character),
Director,
Writer,
Original Music
- 1973
97% 89% Play It Again, Sam Allan Felix (Character),
Writer,
Screenwriter
- 1972
88% 69% Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) The Fool/Fabrizio/Victor Shakapopulis/Sperm #1 (Character),
Director,
Screenwriter
- 1972
83% 74% Bananas Fielding Mellish (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1971
91% 80% Take the Money and Run Virgil Starkwell (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1969
27% 34% Casino Royale Dr. Noah/Jimmy Bond (Character) - 1967
81% 52% What's Up, Tiger Lily? Himself/Projectionist (Character),
Director,
Producer
- 1966
28% 55% What's New, Pussycat? Victor Skakapopulis (Character),
Writer
- 1965

TV

Credit
18% 63% Crisis in Six Scenes Sidney J. Munsinger (Character) 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet What's My Line? Guest 1965-1967
No Score Yet No Score Yet I've Got a Secret Guest 1964-1965 1967