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Movie - Television Titles :

The Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) (pre-production) (voice) .... Mr. Fox
Burn After Reading (2008) (post-production) .... Harry Pfarrer
Leatherheads (2008) (completed) .... Jimmy 'Dodge' Connelly
Michael Clayton (2007) .... Michael Clayton
Ocean's Thirteen (2007) .... Danny OceanThe Good German (2006) .... Jake Geismar
Syriana (2005) .... Bob Barnes
Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005) .... Fred Friendly
Ocean's Twelve (2004) .... Danny Ocean
Intolerable Cruelty (2003) .... Miles Massey
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) .... Devlin
... aka Spy Kids 3: Game Over (USA: video title) 
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) .... Jim Byrd
... aka Confessions d'un homme dangereux (Canada: French title) 
Solaris (2002) .... Chris Kelvin
Welcome to Collinwood (2002) .... Jerzy
... aka Safecrackers oder Diebe haben's schwer (Germany) 
Ocean's Eleven (2001) .... Danny Ocean
... aka 11 (USA: promotional abbreviation) 
... aka O11 (USA: informal short title) 
Spy Kids (2001) .... Devlin
The Perfect Storm (2000) .... Capt. Billy Tyne
... aka Sturm, Der (Germany) 
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) .... Everett
... aka O' Brother (France) 
"ER" .... Dr. Douglas Ross (1994-1999)
- Such Sweet Sorrow (2000) TV Episode (uncredited) .... Dr. Doug Ross
- Responsible Parties (1999) TV Episode (voice) (uncredited) .... Dr. Doug Ross
- The Storm: Part 2 (1999) TV Episode .... Dr. Doug Ross
- The Storm: Part 1 (1999) TV Episode .... Dr. Doug Ross
- Choosing Joi (1999) TV Episode .... Dr. Doug Ross
Fail Safe (2000) (TV) .... Col. Jack Grady (command pilot, Group 6)
Three Kings (1999) .... Maj. Archie Gates
South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999) (voice) .... Dr. Gouache/Dr. Doctor
... aka South Park (International: English title: short title) 
... aka South Park: BLU (USA: promotional abbreviation) 
... aka South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (USA: closing credits title) 
The Thin Red Line (1998) .... Captain Charles Bosche
... aka Mince ligne rouge, La (Canada: French title) 
Out of Sight (1998) .... Jack Foley
"Murphy Brown" 
- Never Can Say Goodbye: Part 2 (1998) TV Episode .... Doctor #2
The Peacemaker (1997) .... Lt. Col. Thomas Devoe
"South Park" 
- Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride (1997) TV Episode (voice) .... Sparky The Dog
Batman & Robin (1997) .... Batman/Bruce Wayne
One Fine Day (1996) .... Jack Taylor
Curdled (1996) (uncredited) .... Seth Gecko
From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) .... Seth Gecko
- The One with Two Parts: Part 2 (1995) TV Episode .... Dr. Michael Mitchell
The Harvest (1993) .... Lip Syncing Transvestite
"Sisters" .... Detective James Falconer (1993-1994)
- Demons (1993) TV Episode .... Detective James Falconer
"The Building" 
- Pilot (1993) TV Episode .... Bonnie's Fiancee
Without Warning: Terror in the Towers (1993) (TV) .... Kevin Shea
"Bodies of Evidence" .... Det. Ryan Walker (1992-1993)
- Afternoon Delights (1992) TV Episode .... Det. Ryan Walker
Unbecoming Age (1992) .... Mac
... aka The Magic Bubble 
"Baby Talk" (1991) TV Series .... Joe (1991)
- Trick Me Up, Trick Me Down (1991) TV Episode .... Booker Brooks
- Let's Call It Quits (1989) TV Episode .... Booker Brooks
- Workin' Overtime (1989) TV Episode .... Booker Brooks
- Bridge Over Troubled Sonny (1989) TV Episode .... Booker Brooks
- Canoga Time (1989) TV Episode .... Booker Brooks
Rewrite for Murder (1991) (TV) 
Sunset Beat (1990) (TV) .... Chic Chesbro
"Sunset Beat" .... Chic Chesbro
- One Down, Four Up (1990) TV Episode .... Chic Chesbro
Knights of the Kitchen Table (1990) (TV) .... Rick Stepjack
Red Surf (1990) .... Remar
Return of the Killer Tomatoes! (1988) .... Matt Stevens
... aka Return of the Killer Tomatoes: The Sequel (USA: video box title) 
"The Golden Girls" 
- To Catch a Neighbor (1987) TV Episode .... Bobby Hopkins
"Murder, She Wrote" 
- No Laughing Murder (1987) TV Episode .... Kip Howard
- Double Exposure (1987) TV Episode .... Matthew Winfield
"The Facts of Life" .... George Burnett (1985-1986)
- A Star Is Torn (1987) TV Episode .... George Burnett
- Seven Little Indians (1987) TV Episode .... George Burnett
- Write and Wrong (1986) TV Episode .... George Burnett
Return to Horror High (1987) .... Oliver
Predator: The Concert (1987) 
Combat High (1986) (TV) .... Maj. Biff Woods
... aka Combat Academy 
... aka Arthur Hailey's Hotel 
- Recriminations (1986) TV Episode .... Nick Miller
"Crazy Like a Fox" 
- Suitable for Framing (1985) TV Episode 
"Street Hawk" 
- A Second Self (1985) TV Episode .... Kevin Stark
"E/R" (1984) TV Series .... Ace (1984-1985)
- Where the Girls Are (1984) TV Episode .... Lenny Colwell
"Centennial" (1978) (mini) TV Series (uncredited) .... Village Extra

Authors Description: George Clooney emerged during the mid- to late '90s, as one of the most rapidly ascending stars of both small and large screens. Although his rise to big-screen stardom, following his success on the wildly popular TV medical drama E.R., may at first glance seem meteoric, a closer look at Clooney's career reveals that he has more than paid his dues, having spent over a decade mired in relative obscurity as a contract player for Warner Bros. television. The son of broadcast journalist Nick Clooney and the nephew of famed singer Rosemary Clooney, Clooney was born May 6, 1961, in Lexington, KY. He made his first television appearance at age five, on his father's talk show, The Nick Clooney Show. He did not show up again on television until he was in his early twenties; growing up, Clooney had a passion for baseball and only turned to acting after a failed tryout with the Cincinnati Reds. He started out in television commercials and then signed with Warner Bros. Though he essentially remained unknown throughout the 1980s and early '90s, Clooney had a steady career as a supporting actor. He appeared in 15 failed television pilots and was a semi-regular on several series, including sitcoms like The Facts of Life and Roseanne, and the drama Sisters. When the 1990s medical drama E.R. became a smash hit, Clooney became particularly popular, owing somewhat to his appeal to young women. This appeal increased as his character -- initially something of a callous womanizer -- matured with the show, eventually evolving into a thoroughly decent, if somewhat hotheaded, human being. Up until E.R., Clooney had played only occasional roles in feature films (he made his debut with a small role in the 1986 movie Combat High) and had starred in a couple of low-budget videos. Following E.R.'s success, however, he found himself besieged by scripts and movie offers. For his first big-budget project, he chose to play an action hero in the Quentin Tarantino-written and -produced schlock horror extravaganza From Dusk Till Dawn. After that, he appeared in the romantic comedy One Fine Day opposite Michelle Pfeiffer. For Clooney, 1997 proved to be a good year, as he appeared in three major films, the most hyped of which was Batman Robin, with the actor replacing Val Kilmer as the mysterious Dark Knight. Though the film is widely considered the worst of the big-screen Batman series, Clooney did receive some praise for bringing an extra sensitivity to his interpretation of Batman. He received greater praise the following year, with roles in two wildly divergent films, Out of Sight, in which he played a suave bank robber, and Terrence Malick's adaptation of -The Thin Red Line. In 1999 -- following his much-talked-about departure from E.R. -- he continued to work on a number of high-profile projects, first lending his voice to the animated South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut and then starring alongside Mark Wahlberg and Ice Cube as an American soldier reclaiming Kuwaiti treasure from Saddam Hussein in David O. Russell's Three Kings. George Clooney was awarded a 2000 Golden Globe for his portrayal of a pomade-obsessed escaped convict in the Coen brothers' throwback comedy O Brother Where Art Thou? It was around this time that Clooney, now an established actor equally as comfortable on the big screen as the small, began to branch out as the Executive Producer of such made-for-TV efforts as Killroy (1999) and Fail Safe (2000). Soon producing such features as Rock Star (2001) and Insomnia (2002), Clooney next re-teamed with Out of Sight director Steven Soderbergh for a modern take on a classic Rat Pack /comedy with Ocean's Eleven (2001). After the dynamic film duo stuck together for yet another remake, the deep-space psychological science-fiction drama Solaris (2002), busy Clooney would both produce and appear in Welcome to Collinwood and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind later the same year, also making his directorial debut on the latter. In 2003 he starred alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones in the Cohen Brothers movie Intolerable Cruelty. The film was a sleeper hit and it proved to be a great showcase for Clooney's abilities as a comedian. He moved on to team up with Zeta-Jones again, along with almost the entire case of Oceans Eleven for the sequel, Oceans Twelve, which was not the smash-hit that its predecessor was, but was still quite successful. By 2005, however, Clooney was hungry for more substance in his film-making and he proved it by writing, directing, and acting in the tense, newsroom drama Good Night, and Good Luck. The film followed the epic decision of 1950's television journalist Edward R. Murrow (played by David Stratham) to confront Senator Joseph McCarthy about his communist witch hunt. While Good Night, and Good Luck was still generating buzz, Clooney appeared in the harshly explicit and openly critical Syriana. He took the lead in this political thriller about the oil industry, heralded by critics as a disturbingly real look at a hopelessly flawed and corrupt system. By the time Oscar night rolled around, Clooney was a triple nominee, with director and screenwriter nods for Good Night, and Good Luck and a Supporting Actor nod for Syriana. He would ultimately take home the acting prize, as he'd previously done at that year's Golden Globe Awards. Never one to rest for very long, Clooney then joined the cast of The Good German, continuing his long standing working relationship with director Steven Soderbergh.

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