What was Jack Nicholson’s very first movie?

What was Jack Nicholson’s very first movie?

Nicholson made his film debut in a B-movie titled The Cry Baby Killer (1958). His rise in Hollywood was far from meteoric, and for years, he sustained his career with guest spots in television series and a number of Roger Corman films, including The Little Shop of Horrors (1960).

What was Jack Nicholson’s first major role?

Nicholson’s first big acting break came when a role opened up in Fonda and Hopper’s Easy Rider (1969). He played alcoholic lawyer George Hanson, for which he received his first Oscar nomination. The film cost only $400,000 to make, and became a blockbuster, grossing $40 million.

What is considered Jack Nicholson’s best movie?

#1. Chinatown (1974) 99% 93% #1. #2. Broadcast News (1987) 98% 79% #2. #3. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) 93% 96% #3. #4. The Departed (2006) 90% 94% #4. #5. Reds (1981) 90% 82% #5. #6. Five Easy Pieces (1970) 89% 84% #6. #7. The Passenger (1975) 88% 84% #7. #8. About Schmidt (2002) 85% 74% #8.

What was Jack Nicholson’s first TV appearance?

Before “Easy Rider,” before “Chinatown,” before “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” Jack Nicholson showed up in not one but two episodes of “The Andy Griffith Show.” The first was a bit part in an episode titled “Opie Finds a Baby.” His second appearance, in “Aunt Bee, the Juror,” was more prominent.