List of Wesley Snipes Movies

Team Anfotimes 11 Jan 2024 07:14 pm
Here is a list of all movies by American actor Wesley Snipes .

Wesley Snipes, a renowned American actor, film producer, and martial artist, embarked on his acting journey in the 1980s, leaving an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. Born on July 31, 1962, in Orlando, Florida, Snipes' early career was characterized by a range of roles that showcased his versatility and charisma. Snipes made his first foray into the world of acting with a one-episode appearance on the soap opera "All My Children" in 1984. However, it was his film debut in 1986 that set the stage for his illustrious career. That year, he featured in both "Wildcats" and "Streets of Gold," laying the foundation for what would become a prolific filmography.

One of Snipes' notable early roles was as Willie Mays Hayes in the 1989 sports comedy film "Major League," starring alongside Tom Berenger and Charlie Sheen. The success of the film catapulted him into the spotlight, paving the way for a string of prominent roles in the 1990s. Throughout the 1990s, Wesley Snipes became a prominent figure in Hollywood, starring in a series of successful films that showcased his acting prowess. Some of his standout performances include "New Jack City" (1991) with Ice-T, "White Men Can't Jump" (1992) alongside Woody Harrelson, "Rising Sun" (1993) with Sean Connery, and "Demolition Man" (1993) alongside Sylvester Stallone. Snipes continued to captivate audiences with diverse roles, including his memorable portrayal in "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar" (1995) alongside Patrick Swayze and John Leguizamo, and "U.S. Marshals" (1998) with Tommy Lee Jones.

In 1998, Snipes took on a groundbreaking role as Eric Brooks, also known as Blade, in the superhero horror film "Blade," based on the Marvel Comics character. The success of "Blade" led to sequels, with Snipes reprising his role in "Blade II" (2002) and "Blade: Trinity" (2004), solidifying his status as a leading figure in the action genre. The 2000s saw Snipes in smaller roles, many of which were in direct-to-video releases. However, he made a triumphant return to theatrical releases in 2014 when he joined the cast of the action film "The Expendables 3" as Doctor "Doc" Death, reuniting with Sylvester Stallone. In 2019, Wesley Snipes showcased his comedic talents in the biographical comedy film "Dolemite Is My Name," co-starring with Eddie Murphy as D'Urville Martin. This marked a shift in his roles, proving his ability to excel in various genres. The following year, Snipes continued his collaboration with Eddie Murphy in the comedy film "Coming 2 America" (2021), where he portrayed General Izzi.

Wesley Snipes' career is a testament to his versatility as an actor, spanning action, comedy, and drama genres. His impact on the film industry goes beyond his on-screen presence, reflecting his ability to bring depth and authenticity to a wide range of characters. With a career that has spanned decades, Snipes continues to be a celebrated and influential figure in the world of entertainment.

 

 

Wesley Snipes All Movies List

Year Title Role
1986 Wildcats Trumaine
Streets of Gold Roland Jenkins
1987 Critical Condition Ambulance Driver
1989 Major League Willie Mays Hayes
1990 King of New York Detective Thomas Flanigan
Mo' Better Blues Shadow Handerson
1991 New Jack City Nino Brown
Jungle Fever Flipper Purify
1992 The Waterdance Raymond Hill
White Men Can't Jump Sidney "Syd" Deane
Passenger 57 Chief John Cutter
1993 Boiling Point Agent Jimmy Mercer
Rising Sun Lieutenant Webster "Web" Smith
Demolition Man Simon Phoenix
1994 Sugar Hill Romello "Rome" Skuggs
Drop Zone U.S. Marshal Pete Nessip
1995 To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar Noxeema Jackson
Money Train Officer John Robinson
Waiting to Exhale James Wheeler
1996 The Fan Bobby Rayburn
John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk None
1997 Murder at 1600 Detective Harlan Regis
One Night Stand Maximilian "Max" Carlyle
1998 U.S. Marshals Mark J. Sheridan / Mark Roberts / Mark Warren
The Big Hit None
Down in the Delta Will Sinclair
Blade Eric Brooks / Blade
1999 Play It to the Bone Ringside Fan
2000 The Art of War Agent Neil Shaw
2002 Liberty Stands Still Agent Alex / Joe
Zig Zag David "Dave" Fletcher
Blade II Eric Brooks / Blade
Undisputed Monroe "Undisputed" Hutchens
2004 Unstoppable Agent Dean Cage
Blade: Trinity Eric Brooks / Blade
2005 7 Seconds Jack Tulliver
The Marksman Enter "The Marksman" Painter
Chaos Lorenz / Jason York
2006 The Detonator Agent Sonni Griffith
Hard Luck Lucky
2007 The Contractor Agent James Jackson Dial
2008 The Art of War II: Betrayal Agent Neil Shaw
2009 Brooklyn's Finest Casanova "Caz" Phillips
2010 Game of Death Agent Marcus Jones
2012 Revelations of the Mayans: 2012 and Beyond None
Gallowwalkers Aman
2014 The Expendables 3 Doctor "Doc" Death
2015 Chi-Raq Sean "Cyclops" Andrews
2017 The Recall "The Hunter"
Armed Response Isaac
2019 Dolemite Is My Name D'Urville Martin
2020 Cut Throat City Lawrence
2021 Coming 2 America General Izzi
2023 Back on the Strip Luther "Mr. Big"

Television

Year Title Role
1984 All My Children Marty
1986 Miami Vice Silk
1987 Vietnam War Story Bookman
1989 A Man Called Hawk Nicholas Murdock
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd Hood
1990 H.E.L.P. Officer Lou Barton
1996 America's Dream George Du Vail
1997 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child The Pied Piper
1998 Masters of the Martial Arts Presented by Wesley Snipes None
Futuresport Obike Fixx
2000 Disappearing Acts Franklin Swift
2001 Dr. Ben None
2003 The Bernie Mac Show Duke
2015 The Player Mr. Johnson
2019 What We Do in the Shadows Wesley
2021 True Story Carlton
2023 Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Maris Morlak
Paper Empire[citation needed] Damon Moore

 

 

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