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List of Jon Favreau Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

2. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
37
8
The Wolf of Wall Street
R
37
8

This biographical film focuses on the rise of Jordan Belfort from an entry-level employee at a brokerage firm to founding his own firm that engaged in massive security scams involving widespread corruption on Wall Street. However, his decadent lifestyle of sex, drugs and excess led to his downfall by attracting the attention of the FBI.

Directed By:
3. Iron Man (2008)
29
8
Iron Man
PG-13
29
8

A superhero film based on the eponymous Marvel Comics character and the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man has Tony Stark, a genius billionaire, securing his release from an Afghan cave by creating high-tech suit of armor. He perfects the suit and uses it to fight evil forces to protect the world.

Directed By:
Jon Favreau
4. Rudy (1993)
9
3
Rudy
PG
9
3

Named one of the best 25 sports movies, the film focuses on Daniel Eugene "Rudy" Ruettiger’s struggle to achieve his dream; that is to play football at the University of Notre Dame. Being dyslexic, he neither has the grades nor the money to enter the university. He also lacks the stature to play college football. Yet he does not give up

Role:
D-Bob
Starring:
Sean Astin, Vince Vaughn, Ned Beatty, Greta Lind
Directed By:
David Anspaugh
5. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
20
7
Spider-Man: Homecoming
PG-13
20
7

Returning to his neighborhood after fighting alongside the Avengers, Peter Parker resumes his studies, as well as crime-fighting, but after his recklessness endangers public life, his mentor, Tony Stark, confiscates his high-tech suit. However, Peter has a lead on the mysterious supervillain Vulture, who has access to powerful Chitauri technology, and must pursue him on his own.

Role:
Happy Hogan
Directed By:
Jon Watts
6. Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019)
17
6
Spider-Man: Far from Home
PG-13
17
6

Peter Parker has to step up and handle an unexpected mission when Nick Fury interrupts his European vacation. The world is threatened by massive monstrous creatures, each symbolising the four elements—fire, Earth, water and air—and Spider-Man has to don his suit, far from home, team up with Mysterio, and stop the evil forces from destroying everything.

Role:
Happy Hogan
Directed By:
Jon Watts
7. Chef (2014)
13
4
Chef
R
13
4

Carl Casper, head chef at a prestigious Los Angeles restaurant, leaves his job following a public confrontation with a food critic, and ends up in Miami, where he is encouraged by his ex-wife to refit an old food truck. He gradually regains his artistic freedom, reconnects with his tech-savvy preteen son and rediscovers his lost love.

Role:
Carl Casper
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
8. Swingers (1996)
9
3
Swingers
R
9
3

Struggling stand-up comedian, Mike Peters, who can’t get over his break-up with girlfriend Michelle, moves from New York to Los Angeles in search of a big break. As he is unable to forget Michelle even after 6 months, his worldly-wise friend, Trent, tries to tutor him in the ways of social scene. Does Mike find someone to help him forget his break-up?

Role:
Mike
Starring:
Vince Vaughn, Alex Désert, Ron Livingston, Brooke Langton
Directed By:
Doug Liman
9. Iron Man Three (2013)
22
9
Iron Man Three
PG-13
22
9

The seventh film in the Iron Man film series, Iron Man Three sees Tony Stark suffering from stress, anxiety and insomnia after the battle of New York. Soon, he finds himself pitted against a powerful and mysterious foe, Mandarin. When his close ones get attacked, Tony goes after those responsible and in process discovers that an event from past is connected to the present. 

Directed By:
Shane Black
10. I Love You, Man (2009)
11
5
I Love You, Man
R
11
5

Peter Klaven, who has no close male friends, is in search of a best man for his upcoming wedding to Zooey Rice. Attempts to find a good friend result in awkward situations. Then he meets and clicks with affable, pleasant Sydney Fife, forging a close bond. But this friendship threatens to affect his relationship with Zooey.  So, how does he manage both? 

Directed By:
John Hamburg
11. Elf (2003)
12
5
Elf
PG
12
5

A baby boy accidentally lands up with the elves at the North Pole and grows up with them as Buddy. When he realises that he is not one of them, he sets out to meet his biological father, Walter, in New York who has no idea about his existence. As Buddy tries to figure out his place in world, he also spreads Christmas happiness amongst the New Yorkers.

Starring:
Zooey Deschanel, Peter Dinklage, Will Ferrell, Mary Steenburgen, Bob Newhart, Ed Asner, Amy Sedaris
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
12. People Like Us (2012)
8
3
People Like Us
PG-13
8
3

People Like Us is a comedy drama film, which tells the story of Sam, a salesman, who attends his estranged father’s funeral. There, he learns that his father has a daughter from another woman. Things get even more complicated when he is asked to deliver the inheritance to his step sister. 

Starring:
Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Michelle Pfeiffer, Olivia Wilde, Michael Hall D'Addario
Directed By:
Alex Kurtzman
13. Iron Man 2 (2010)
21
9
Iron Man 2
PG-13
21
9

Since revealing himself as Iron Man, Tony Stark is being pressured by the government and weapon contractors to reveal the technology behind his powerful suit. He must find a way to fight them while also tackling his other enemies.

Starring:
Mickey Rourke, Seth Green, Sam Rockwell, John Slattery, Helena Mattsson, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
14. Something's Gotta Give (2003)
8
4
Something's Gotta Give
PG-13
8
4

Aging music mogul and womanizer, Harry Sanborn, has been dating the much younger Marin Klein. A heart attack forces Harry to stay for a few days at Marin’s mother Erica’s beach house. Hilarious complications arrive when Harry and Erica fall for each other, while a young doctor Julian falls for Erica.  

Starring:
Keanu Reeves, Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Frances McDormand, Amanda Peet
Directed By:
Nancy Meyers
15. John Carter (2012)
11
6
John Carter
PG-13
11
6

The movie follows the journey of Civil War veteran John Carter who is unwittingly transported to the planet Barsoom and finds himself with vastly increased strength and powers. He falls in love with Princess Dejah Thoris of Helium and uses his abilities to save her and the city from the rival evil city of Zodanga.

Starring:
Taylor Kitsch, Willem Dafoe, David Schwimmer, Daryl Sabara, Bryan Cranston, Thomas Haden Church, Lynn Collins
Directed By:
Andrew Stanton
16. The Replacements (2000)
7
4
The Replacements
PG-13
7
4

When the regular players go on strike while the season is still on, the owner of a pro football league hires a legendary coach, asking him to recruit replacement players within a week, promising not to interfere in the selection. Quickly the coach starts building up his team, selecting varying players, for whom the strike offers a second chance few players get. 

Starring:
Gene Hackman, Keith David, Rhys Ifans, Keanu Reeves, Faizon Love, Orlando Jones
Directed By:
Howard Deutch
17. Entourage (2015)
7
4
Entourage
R
7
4

This comedy film revolves around Vincent Chase, a famous movie star, who is back in business with his former agent, now a studio head. However, he agrees to work on the movie only on the condition that he is allowed to direct it as well. 

Starring:
Ronda Rousey, Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Dillon, Martin Landau, Jessica Alba, William Gary Busey, David Arquette
Directed By:
Doug Ellin
18. PCU (1994)
6
3
PCU
PG-13
6
3

A high school senior Tom Lawrence, pays a visit to Port Chester University, to experience college life for some time.  He is guided by Droz and his housemates, and they soon decide to throw a raging party.

Role:
Gutter
Starring:
David Spade, Jeremy Piven, Alex Désert, Chris Young
Directed By:
Hart Bochner
19. Wimbledon (2004)
7
4
Wimbledon
PG-13
7
4

After slipping to the rank of 119, British tennis pro Peter colt decides to retire from competitive tennis. As he appears for his last Wimbledon, he meets Lizzie Bradbury, an American rising star and the two fall in love. Peter once again  starts winning games. But Lizzie's overprotective father objects to the liaison, fearing it will hamper her career.    

Role:
Ron Roth
Starring:
Kirsten Dunst, Sam Neill, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, James McAvoy, Paul Bettany, Bernard Hill
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
20. Very Bad Things (1998)
6
4
Very Bad Things
TV-MA
6
4

In midst of a bachelor’s party in a Las Vegas hotel, a hired stripper is accidentally killed. Intoxicated and nervous, the guests also kill the security guard, who comes to investigate. Their bodies are then dismembered and buried in the desert. However, the incidents continue to haunt the men, resulting in more killings and self destructions. 

Role:
Kyle Fisher
Starring:
Christian Slater, Cameron Diaz, Jeremy Piven, Leland Orser
Directed By:
Peter Berg
21. Made (2001)
6
3
Made
R
6
3

Two close friends get involved in a money-laundering scheme and within some time, they both find themselves in the world of organized crime.

Role:
Bobby
Starring:
Jennifer Esposito, Drea de Matteo, Peter Falk, Famke Janssen, Vince Vaughn, Sam Rockwell, Tom Morello
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
22. Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994)
6
3
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
R
6
3
Starring:
Stephen Baldwin, Jennifer Beals, Rebecca Miller, Cyndi Lauper, Andrew McCarthy, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Stanley Tucci
Directed By:
Alan Rudolph
23. Deep Impact (1998)
8
5
Deep Impact
PG-13
8
5

The sci-fi disaster movie follows a group of astronauts on-board the Orion spacecraft, led by Commander Oren Monash and veteran astronaut Captain Spurgeon ‘Fish’ Tanner. The team races against time to stop the comet Wolf-Biederman from crashing into Earth and causing an extinction-level event.  

Starring:
Morgan Freeman, James Cromwell, Robert Duvall, Vanessa Redgrave, Maximilian Schell, Elijah Wood, Téa Leoni
Directed By:
Mimi Leder
24. Love & Sex (2000)
5
3
Love & Sex
R
5
3
Role:
Adam Levy
Starring:
Famke Janssen, David Schwimmer, Ann Magnuson, Noah Emmerich
Directed By:
Valerie Breiman
25. The Big Empty (2003)
5
3
The Big Empty
R
5
3
Role:
John Person
Starring:
Sean Bean, Kelsey Grammer, Danny Trejo, Adam Beach, Rachael Leigh Cook, Daryl Hannah, Joey Lauren Adams
Directed By:
Steve Anderson
26. The Break-Up (2006)
7
5
The Break-Up
PG-13
7
5

Art-dealer Brooke Meyers, tired of being unappreciated in the relationship, breaks up with boyfriend Gary Grobowski, a partner in bus-tour business. As neither is prepared to leave the condominium they share, both decide to continue as room-mates, but do their best to drive the other away. Then Brooke wonders whether she is fighting to save the condo or the relationship? 

Role:
Johnny O
Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Justin Long, Ann-Margret, Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman
Directed By:
Peyton Reed
27. Identity Thief (2013)
7
5
Identity Thief
R
7
5

Identity Thief is a comedy film that revolves around a gullible accountant who is about to lose his job when a con woman steals his identity. Starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, it sees the accountant hunting down the identity thief and the duo embarking on a cross-country road trip as they try to evade bounty hunters.

Role:
Harold Cornish
Starring:
Melissa McCarthy, Ellie Kemper, Jonathan Banks, Jason Bateman, Amanda Peet
Directed By:
Seth Gordon
28. Four Christmases (2008)
6
4
Four Christmases
PG-13
6
4

Coming from dysfunctional families, both Brad and Kate have resolved not to marry or have kids. Every Christmas, they travel abroad in order to avoid visiting their parents, all of whom have remarried. But when their plan to visit Fiji falls apart, they have no other option but to visit their four sets of parents, a visit which changes them for good. 

Starring:
Reese Witherspoon, Tim McGraw, Kristin Chenoweth, Katy Mixon, Zachary Gordon, Sissy Spacek, Jon Voight
Directed By:
Seth Gordon
29. Folks! (1992)
4
3
Folks!
PG-13
4
3
Starring:
Tom Selleck, Don Ameche, Christine Ebersole, Wendy Crewson, Anne Jackson
Directed By:
Ted Kotcheff
30. Couples Retreat (2009)
6
5
Couples Retreat
R
6
5

Four couples, all of them close friends arrive on a tropical island couples therapy resort called Eden. Initially thinking participating in therapy is optional, they are quickly disillusioned to find therapy mandatory. The couples soon find themselves working through their issues gaining a better understating of life. 

Role:
Joey
Starring:
Kristen Bell, Kristin Davis, Jean Reno, Ken Jeong, Peter Serafinowicz, Malin Akerman, Jason Bateman
Directed By:
Peter Billingsley
31. Term Life (2016)
4
4
Term Life
R
4
4

Nick Barrow, a guy known for setting up heists, finds himself being targeted by several hitmen. However, he tries to survive long enough for his insurance policy to kick in, so that his daughter can receive the benefits.

Starring:
Hailee Steinfeld, Taraji P. Henson, Mike Epps, Bill Paxton, Jonathan Banks, Terrence Howard, Vince Vaughn
Directed By:
Peter Billingsley
32. Batman Forever (1995)
8
6
Batman Forever
PG-13
8
6

A superhero film based on the DC Comics character Batman, the movie focuses on Batman trying to stop the villainous Two-Face and the Riddler from implementing their malicious scheme of stealing confidential information that could threaten Gotham city’s freedom. 

Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Jim Carrey, Drew Barrymore, Val Edward Kilmer, Nicole Kidman, Ed Begley Jr., Val Kilmer
Directed By:
33. Daredevil (2003)
7
6
Daredevil
PG-13
7
6

Daredevil is the film adaptation of the eponymous Marvel Comics character who is a masked vigilante protecting a New York City neighbourhood from crime but gets embroiled with dangerous criminals like Bullseye and Kingpin. Ben Affleck plays a blind lawyer, Matt Murdock, and his alter ego, Daredevil, in this action film that also features another Marvel Comics character, Elektra.

Role:
Franklin 'Foggy' Nelson
Starring:
Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Michael Clarke Duncan, Colin Farrell, Joe Pantoliano, Ellen Pompeo, David Keith
Directed By:
Mark Steven Johnson
34. Rocky Marciano (1999)
6
3
Rocky Marciano
R
6
3
Role:
Rocky Marciano
Starring:
George C. Scott, Tony Lo Bianco, Judd Hirsch, Penelope Ann Miller
Directed By:
Charles Winkler
35. Notes from Underground (1995)
6
3
Notes from Underground
6
3
Role:
Zerkov
Starring:
Seth Green, Henry Czerny, Sheryl Lee, Casey Fallo
Directed By:
Gary Walkow
36. Dogtown (1997)
4
3
Dogtown
4
3
Starring:
Karen Black, Maureen McCormick, David Shackelford, Rory Cochrane, Price Carson
Directed By:
George Hickenlooper
37. Persons Unknown (1996)
4
3
Persons Unknown
R
4
3
Starring:
Naomi Watts, James Thomas Patrick Walsh, Joe Mantegna, J.T. Walsh, Xander Berkeley
Directed By:
George Hickenlooper
38. Ain't It Cool News (2001)
2
3
Ain't It Cool News
2
3
Role:
Pizza Eating Guest
Starring:
David Cross, Harry Jay Knowles, Jim Fyfe, Drew McWeeny
Directed By:
Kelly D. Hommon

Director

Iron Man (2008)
27
7
Iron Man
PG-13
27
7

A superhero film based on the eponymous Marvel Comics character and the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man has Tony Stark, a genius billionaire, securing his release from an Afghan cave by creating high-tech suit of armor. He perfects the suit and uses it to fight evil forces to protect the world.

Starring:
Jeff Bridges, Terrence Howard, Tom Morello, Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Bettany
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
The Jungle Book (2016)
12
4
The Jungle Book
PG
12
4

After the fearsome tiger Shere Khan learns about his existence, Mowgli—a young human child raised by a pack of wolves—is reluctantly convinced to leave the jungle escorted by his mentor Bagheera, a black panther, and Baloo, a high-spirited bear. Along the way, he learns about his past and meets several other animals, both benign and gruesome.

Starring:
Idris Elba, Christopher Walken, Garry Shandling, Ben Kingsley, Sam Raimi, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Chef (2014)
11
4
Chef
R
11
4

Carl Casper, head chef at a prestigious Los Angeles restaurant, leaves his job following a public confrontation with a food critic, and ends up in Miami, where he is encouraged by his ex-wife to refit an old food truck. He gradually regains his artistic freedom, reconnects with his tech-savvy preteen son and rediscovers his lost love.

Starring:
John Leguizamo, Amy Sedaris, Dustin Hoffman, Bobby Cannavale, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr.
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Elf (2003)
11
5
Elf
PG
11
5

A baby boy accidentally lands up with the elves at the North Pole and grows up with them as Buddy. When he realises that he is not one of them, he sets out to meet his biological father, Walter, in New York who has no idea about his existence. As Buddy tries to figure out his place in world, he also spreads Christmas happiness amongst the New Yorkers.

Starring:
Zooey Deschanel, Peter Dinklage, Will Ferrell, Mary Steenburgen, Bob Newhart, Ed Asner, Amy Sedaris
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Iron Man 2 (2010)
19
9
Iron Man 2
PG-13
19
9

Since revealing himself as Iron Man, Tony Stark is being pressured by the government and weapon contractors to reveal the technology behind his powerful suit. He must find a way to fight them while also tackling his other enemies.

Starring:
Mickey Rourke, Seth Green, Sam Rockwell, John Slattery, Helena Mattsson, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
The Lion King (2019)
13
6
The Lion King
U
13
6

Lion King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi rule over a huge forest in Africa. Their pride is their son, the lion cub Simba, whom they prepare to be the next king. However, Scar, Mufasa’s younger brother, schemes against Mufasa, and gets him killed. He makes Simba think that he is responsible for his father’s death, and Simba flees the kingdom. However, years later, he meets Nala, his childhood friend, who encourages him to return to his kingdom to avenge his father’s death and take what’s rightfully his.

Starring:
James Earl Jones, Chiwetel Ejiofor, John Oliver, Donald Glover
Made (2001)
6
3
Made
R
6
3

Two close friends get involved in a money-laundering scheme and within some time, they both find themselves in the world of organized crime.

Starring:
Jennifer Esposito, Drea de Matteo, Peter Falk, Famke Janssen, Vince Vaughn, Sam Rockwell, Tom Morello
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005)
7
4
Zathura: A Space Adventure
PG
7
4

As the two brothers, Walter and Danny, start playing Zathura, a mysterious board game found in the basement, their entire home along with teenage sister, Lisa ,hurtles into the outer space. Each move of the game unfolds a new hazard. Amidst meteors, robots, hostile aliens they meet an astronaut who helps them as the siblings work together to find their way home.   

Starring:
Josh Hutcherson, Kristen Stewart, Timothy Francis Robbins, Frank Oz, Tim Robbins, Jonah Bobo, Dax Shepard
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Smog (1999)
5
3
Smog
5
3
Starring:
Sarah Silverman, Noah Emmerich, Jennifer Bransford, Melissa Errico, John Larson
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
8
5
Cowboys & Aliens
PG-13
8
5

An amnesiac cowboy with a strange bracelet comes to the secluded mining town of Absolution, ruled by ruthless cattle baron Colonel Dolarhyde. Learning that the bracelet holds the key to defeating an alien invasion, he forms a posse with the townspeople, the outlaws, Native Americans and a strange woman to rescue abducted miners from the alien mother ship.

Starring:
Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Abigail Spencer, Ana de la Reguera, Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell, Adam Beach
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Bad Cop, Bad Cop (1998)
4
3
Bad Cop, Bad Cop
4
3
Starring:
John C. McGinley, Glenn Plummer, David Shackelford, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Andy Rolfes
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Life on Parole (2003)
3
3
Life on Parole
3
3
Starring:
Thomas F. Wilson, Louis Lombardi, Jon Polito, RonReaco Lee, Steve Bannos
Directed By:
Jon Favreau

Narrator/Dubbing

The Jungle Book (2016)
15
5
The Jungle Book
PG
15
5

After the fearsome tiger Shere Khan learns about his existence, Mowgli—a young human child raised by a pack of wolves—is reluctantly convinced to leave the jungle escorted by his mentor Bagheera, a black panther, and Baloo, a high-spirited bear. Along the way, he learns about his past and meets several other animals, both benign and gruesome.

Role:
Pygmy Hog (voice)
Starring:
Idris Elba, Christopher Walken, Garry Shandling, Ben Kingsley, Sam Raimi, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
15
7
Solo: A Star Wars Story
PG-13
15
7

The movie follows the first adventure of the charismatic character of Han Solo from the Star Wars franchise. With the aide of Chewbacca and a young Lando Calrissian, Han must find a way to stop the criminals Dryden Vos, Beckett, and come to terms with his friend and romantic interest Qi'ra’s betrayal. 

Role:
Rio Durant (voice)
Starring:
Emilia Clarke, Alden Ehrenreich, Thandie Newton, Woody Harrelson, Donald Glover, Paul Bettany
Directed By:
Zookeeper (2011)
5
5
Zookeeper
PG
5
5

Griffin Keyes is the best keeper at Franklin Park Zoo.  When the woman he loves declares that it is his career as zookeeper which is keeping her away. he decides to leave his job and join his brother’s car dealership. But the animals at the zoo are not ready to let him go and break their code of silence in order to help him. Will he finally be able to win his love? 

Role:
Jerome the Bear (voice)
Starring:
Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Sylvester Stallone, Donnie Wahlberg, Don Rickles, Judd Apatow, Nick Nolte
Directed By:
Frank Coraci

Animation Movies

Star Wars: The Clone Wars
16
3
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
TV-PG
16
3
Starring:
Tom Kenny, David Tennant, Tim Curry, Michael York, George Takei, Matt Lanter, Corey Burton
Directed By:
Steward Lee, Brian O'Connell, Kyle Dunlevy, Giancarlo Volpe, Danny Keller
Family Guy
33
7
Family Guy
TV-14
33
7
Starring:
Bryce Dallas Howard, Liam Neeson, Hank Azaria, Gary Cole, Missi Pyle, Marion Ross, Allison Janney
Directed By:
Robot Chicken
11
3
Robot Chicken
TV-MA
11
3
Starring:
Wayne Brady, Karen Gillan, Jim Cummings, Maisie Williams, Andrew Lincoln, Christopher Lloyd, Josh Groban
Directed By:
Rugrats
10
3
Rugrats
TV-G
10
3
Starring:
Adam West, Busta Rhymes, Jim Belushi, Tara Strong, Amanda Bynes, Tom Bosley, Jeremy Sisto
Directed By:
Jim Duffy, Jeff Scott, Norton Virgien, Rick Bugental, John Holmquist
Dilbert
7
3
Dilbert
TV-PG
7
3
Starring:
Jerry Seinfeld, Eugene Levy, Chazz Palminteri, Kathy Griffin, Tom Green, Jason Alexander, Steve Austin
Directed By:
Seth Kearsley, Michael Goguen, Chris Dozois, Andi Klein, Linda Miller
Rocket Power
7
3
Rocket Power
TV-G
7
3
Starring:
Jane Krakowski, Brian Doyle-Murray, Corey Burton, Ray Bumatai, John Kassir, Lombardo Boyar, R. Lee Ermey
Directed By:
Broni Likomanov, Jim Duffy, Jeff Scott, Rick Bugental, Chris Hermans
Hercules
6
3
Hercules
TV-Y
6
3
Starring:
Lisa Kudrow, Jesse Spencer, Eric Idle, Leslie Mann, Heather Locklear, Carl Reiner, Patrick Warburton
Directed By:
Eddy Houchins, Phil Weinstein, Bob Kline
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
6
3
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
TV-Y7
6
3
Starring:
Craig Ferguson, Fred Willard, Linda Hamilton, Billy West, Wayne Knight, Haley Joel Osment, Joy Behar
Directed By:
Steve Loter, Victor Cook, Don MacKinnon
Open Season (2006)
10
6
Open Season
PG
10
6

 

This animated film revolves around a domesticated grizzly bear named Boog, who finds himself in the middle of the woods just three days before the hunting season. This forces him to develop a friendship with a deer named Elliot, and form an army against the hunters. 

Role:
Reilly (voice)
Starring:
Billy Connolly, Martin Lawrence, Ashton Kutcher, Jane Krakowski, Patrick Warburton, Gary Sinise, Debra Messing
Directed By:
Roger Allers, Jill Culton, Anthony Stacchi
G-Force (2009)
5
5
G-Force
PG
5
5

Leonard Saber, a business-magnate plans to use household appliances as cover for a lethal weapon and take over the world. The government team of trained Guinea pigs, a mole and fly, equipped with high-tech espionage apparatus, is set to stop Saber. Though the unconvinced FBI sends them to a pet-shop, the squad must somehow stop the wicked tycoon from capturing the world. 

Role:
Hurley (voice)
Starring:
Nicolas Cage, Steve Buscemi, Tracy Morgan, Penelope Cruz, Will Arnett, Sam Rockwell, Bill Nighy
Directed By:
Hoyt Yeatman

Special Appearance/Cameo

Hoffa (1992)
13
7
Hoffa
R
13
7

A fictionalized version of the infamous Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa’s life. He starts as a Teamster union organizer and rises to become the president of the 'International Brotherhood of Teamsters.' Forming an alliance between the union and mafia, he illegally uses Teamster funds for mob. Following frequent battles with industry management and the Attorney General, he serves prison sentence, but after his release, disappears mysteriously in 1975.

Role:
Extra (uncredited)
Starring:
Danny DeVito, Armand Assante, James Thomas Patrick Walsh, Tim Burton, Jack Nicholson, John C. Reilly
Directed By:
Speechless (1994)
6
5
Speechless
PG-13
6
5
Role:
Debate Control Room Operator (uncredited)
Starring:
Bonnie Bedelia, Steven Alexander Wright, Christopher Reeve, Michael Keaton, Ernie Hudson, Geena Davis
Directed By:
Ron Underwood

TV Shows

The Sopranos
27
2
The Sopranos
TV-MA
27
2
Starring:
Steven Van Zandt, Sarah Shahi, Hal Holbrook, Edie Falco, Ron Leibman, Elizabeth Reaser, Kevin Sussman
Directed By:
Friends
52
6
Friends
TV-14
52
6
Starring:
Tom Conti, Tahj Mowry, Billy Crystal, Aisha Tyler, Ben Stiller, Christina Applegate, Jean-Claude Van Damme
Directed By:
Seinfeld
23
3
Seinfeld
TV-PG
23
3
Starring:
Lori Loughlin, Peter Krause, Larry David, Jennifer Coolidge, Patton Oswalt, Lloyd Bridges, Jerry Stiller
Directed By:
The Larry Sanders Show
9
2
The Larry Sanders Show
TV-MA
9
2
Starring:
Rob Lowe, John Ritter, Burt Reynolds, Marlee Matlin, Sean Penn, John Stamos, Chris Farley
Directed By:
Dinner for Five
8
2
Dinner for Five
TV-MA
8
2
Role:
Himself - Host / ... (48 episodes, 2001-2005)
Starring:
Kevin Smith, Kevin James, Peter Berg, Faizon Love
Monk
11
3
Monk
TV-PG
11
3
Starring:
Carmen Electra, Danny Bonaduce, Brooke Burke, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, James Brolin, Felicia Day, Jill Wagner
Directed By:
Randy Zisk, Jerry Levine, Andre Belgrader, Michael Zinberg, Anton Cropper
The Orville
10
3
The Orville
TV-14
10
3
Starring:
Seth MacFarlane, Victor Garber, Jeffrey Tambor, Norm MacDonald, Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Rob Lowe
Directed By:
Undeclared
8
2
Undeclared
8
2
Starring:
Alexandra Breckenridge, Jay Baruchel, Amy Poehler, Kevin Hart, Tom Welling, Lizzy Caplan, Ben Stiller
Directed By:
My Name Is Earl
11
3
My Name Is Earl
TV-PG
11
3
Starring:
Danny Glover, DJ Qualls, Shailene Woodley, Craig T. Nelson, Jane Lynch, Juliette Lewis, Erik Estrada
Directed By:
Marc Buckland, Eyal Gordin, Michael Fresco, Chris Koch, Gregory Thomas Garcia
Young Sheldon
9
3
Young Sheldon
TV-PG
9
3
Starring:
Jim Parsons, Jason Alexander, Ray Liotta, Bob Newhart, Lance Barber
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
The King of Queens
10
3
The King of Queens
TV-PG
10
3
Starring:
Anne Meara, Florence Henderson, Julie Benz, Melody Thomas Scott, Leah Remini, Erik Per Sullivan, Leigh-Allyn Baker
Directed By:
Rob Schiller, James Widdoes, Pamela Fryman, Mark Cendrowski, Henry Chan
About a Boy
7
2
About a Boy
TV-PG
7
2
Starring:
Minnie Driver, Rob Reiner, Candice Patton, Chris Diamantopoulos, David Walton, Benjamin Stockham, Al Madrigal
Directed By:
Michael Weaver, Dylan K. Massin, Adam Davidson, Patrick R. Norris, Wendey Stanzler
Spider-Man: Homecoming, NBA Finals: Watch the Game (2017)
6
2
Spider-Man: Homecoming, NBA Finals: Watch the Game
6
2
Role:
Happy Hogan
Starring:
Robert Downey Jr., Tom Holland, Magic Johnson, D.J. Khaled
Tracey Takes On...
6
2
Tracey Takes On...
6
2
Starring:
Whoopi Goldberg, Gary Oldman, Tobey Maguire, Giovanni Ribisi, Udo Kier, Hugh Laurie, Elizabeth McGovern
Directed By:
Thomas Schlamme, Don Scardino, Michael McKean, Michael Lange, Simon Curtis
The Shannara Chronicles
8
3
The Shannara Chronicles
TV-14
8
3
Starring:
Austin Butler, Manu Bennett, John Rhys-Davies, Poppy Drayton, Ivana Baquero, Aaron Jakubenko, Marcus Vanco
Directed By:
Jonathan Liebesman, James Marshall, Brad Turner, Jesse Warn, Toa Fraser
In Case of Emergency
6
2
In Case of Emergency
6
2
Starring:
David Carradine, Jane Seymour, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Lori Loughlin, David Arquette, Jonathan Silverman, Greg Germann
Directed By:
Gil Junger, Paul Lazarus, Victor Nelli Jr., Lev L. Spiro
Chicago Hope
6
3
Chicago Hope
6
3
Starring:
Alexa Vega, Ali Larter, James Garner, Carroll Baker, Mandy Patinkin, Alanna Ubach, Lucas Black
Directed By:
Revolution
8
4
Revolution
TV-14
8
4
Starring:
Daniel Henney, Timothy Busfield, Daniella Alonso, Adam Beach, Alanna Ubach, Jeff Fahey
Directed By:
Jon Favreau
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
6
3
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
TV-14
6
3
Starring:
Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel, Rob Zombie, Paul Giamatti, Nathan Kress, Andy Milonakis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Directed By:
Four Christmases: Gag Reel (2009)
5
3
Four Christmases: Gag Reel
5
3
Role:
Denver (uncredited)
Starring:
Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn
Just Your Luck (1996)
4
3
Just Your Luck
R
4
3
Role:
Straker
Starring:
Vince Vaughn, Alanna Ubach, Carroll Baker, Sean Patrick Flanery, Virginia Madsen
Directed By:
Gary Auerbach