Alice Cooper filmography

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Note: This is an incomplete filmography of appearances by Alice Cooper (as a person and as a band) in movies, television, and other visual media. Music videos, archived videos, commercials, and other "video shorts" are not included.

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Alice Cooper , born in 1948 as Vincent Damon Furnier in Detroit, Michigan, is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and radio personality. At age 16 in 1964, Furnier started what would become a music career by recruiting four sports teammates to create a band for their local school talent show, calling themselves the Earwigs. The group used costumes and wigs to resemble the Beatles and won the talent show. Throughout the next four years, the band overcame lineup changes, band name changes, and even added to their stage presence—snakes, guillotines, electric chairs, fake blood, and various other horror imagery and props.

In 1968, the group chose Alice Cooper as a new band name. Furnier adopted the name for himself in 1975 to avoid legal complications of the band name ownership. The band realized it wasn't fully utilizing the stage show potential to garner publicity. Therefore, upon watching films to gain new inspiration, Cooper decided to don makeup and black eyeliner for events.

As the band fine tuned its stage presence, Alice Cooper gained attention from television and film producers. In 1970, Alice Cooper made a cameo in Diary of a Mad Housewife with the original Alice Cooper band. Alice Cooper also appeared in Sextette alongside Mae West in 1978, Prince of Darkness as a street schizo in 1987, Wayne's World (1992), Dark Shadows (2012), Super Duper Alice Cooper (2014), and the Freddy Krueger franchise as Edward Underwood, Freddy's foster father. In the midst of films, Cooper made television appearances around the world. For example, he appeared on Alice Cooper a Paris , a French television special, in 1982. Cooper has appeared on several music documentaries, talk shows, game shows, sitcoms, music award ceremonies, and celebrity sports tournaments, just to name a few media categories.

Credited with helping to shape the look and sound of heavy metal, Alice Cooper is regarded as "The Godfather of Shock Rock." Over the years, Alice Cooper has been honored with numerous award nominations, many of which he has won. He was awarded a Hollywood Walk of Fame star in 2003. [1] Alice Cooper, Michael Owen Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith of the original Alice Cooper band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Rob Zombie on March 14, 2011. [2]

Filmography

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Film

YearTitleRoleNotesRef(s)
1970 Diary of a Mad Housewife HimselfCameo with the original Alice Cooper band
1971We Have Come for Your DaughtersHimselfLater renamed Medicine Ball Caravan [6]
1974 Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper HimselfConcert film
1976 Welcome to My Nightmare Steven/HimselfConcert film
1978 Sextette Waiter
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Father Sun
1979 The Strange Case of Alice Cooper HimselfConcert video
1980 Roadie Himself
1986 Monster Dog Vincent RavenSpanish horror film
1987 The Nightmare Returns HimselfConcert video
Prince of Darkness Street schizo
1988 The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years Himself
The Freddy Krueger SpecialHimself [7]
1990 Alice Cooper Trashes the World HimselfConcert video
1991 Alice Cooper: Prime Cuts Himself [8]
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Edward Underwood (Freddy's foster father)Uncredited
1992 Wayne's World Himself
1996Fairway to HeavenHimself
1999Sofia Eriksson moter Alice CooperHimselfSwedish film
British Rock Symphony HimselfConcert film
2000 Alice Cooper: Brutally Live HimselfConcert film
Dario Argento: An Eye for HorrorHimself
2001 The Attic Expeditions Samuel Leventhal
25 Years of PunkHimselfNarrated by Lou Reed
2002Adventures in RockHimselfCanadian documentary
2003 Mayor of the Sunset Strip Himself
2004John Carpenter: Fear Is Just the Beginning... The Man and His MoviesHimself [9]
Spooks & Creeps HimselfA collection of horror short films
2005 Metal: A Headbanger's Journey Himself
Unauthorized and Proud of It: The Story of Todd Loren's Rock 'N' Roll Comics Himself
2006 Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux 2005 HimselfConcert film and album package
I Did Not Know That Himself
2009 Suck Vampire bartender
2010 Lemmy Himself
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy HimselfDocumentary film
Mother of Rock: The Life and Times of Lillian Roxon Himself
Horrorween HimselfCameo
2011 Rock 'N' Roll Exposed: The Photography of Bob Gruen Himself
2012 Sunset Strip Himself
Louder Than Love: The Grande Ballroom Story Himself [10]
Dark Shadows Himself
A Band Called Death HimselfInterviewee
Bigfoot Himself
2013 Who Shot Rock & Roll: The Film Himself
Drew: The Man Behind the Poster Himself
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon Himself
Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th Himself/Rock LegendDocumentary film
Skum Rocks! NarratorRockumentary
2014 Super Duper Alice Cooper Himself (Vincent Furnier)Canadian biographical documentary
An Honest Liar Himself (Rock star)
Wacken 3DHimself
2015 Danny Says HimselfDocumentary film
Smoke and Mirrors: The Story of Tom SaviniHimself [11]
To Be Frank: Sinatra at 100 Himself
2016Hired GunHimself
2017 Here's to Life: The Story of The Refreshments Himself
Cum on Feel the Noize: The Story of How Rock Became Metal Himself
2018Detroit: Comeback CityHimselfMusician
HellfestHimselfConcert film
Udo Lindenberg - MTV Unplugged - Live vom AtlantikHimselfGerman film
Rock Camp: The MovieHimself
Chuck BerryHimselfDocumentary film
2019 Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine HimselfDocumentary film
Live from the Astroturf, Alice Cooper HimselfDocumentary/Concert film [12]
Suzi QHimselfAustralian documentary [13]
House of CardinHimself
You Wanted the Best... You Got the Best: The Official KISS MovieHimselfPre-production

Television

YearTitleRoleNotesRef(s)
1970 Midsummer Rock HimselfConcert
1971 Whistle Test Himself1 Episode
1971-80 Beat-Club HimselfGerman music program
1972-75 In Concert Himself2 Episodes
1972-94 Top of the Pops HimselfHimself and Presenter; 13 Episodes
1973 NME Awards HimselfWon World Stage Band award [14]
The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) HimselfPanelist; 1 Episode
Rock-a-byeHimself
1974 NME Awards HimselfWon World Stage Band award [14]
16th Annual Grammy Awards Himself
The Snoop Sisters Prince1 Episode: "The Divil Made Me Do It!"
1975 The Smothers Brothers Show Himself1 Episode
Alice Cooper: The Nightmare StevenConceptual TV special
Dinah! Himself1 Episode
1975-76 The Mike Douglas Show Himself2 Episodes
1975-77 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself2 Episodes
1976 Second Annual Rock Music Awards HimselfHost and Presenter
Tony Orlando and Dawn Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper/George Carlin"
The Soupy Sales Show Himself
1977 All You Need Is Love: The Story of Popular Music Himself1 Episode: "Whatever Gets You Through the Night: Glitter Rock"
Rock Music Awards Himself
Alice Cooper and Friends HimselfConcert TV special
1978Grease Day USAHimself
The Muppet Show Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper"
Hollywood's Diamond JubileeHimselfCameo [15]
1978-90 Good Morning America Himself2 Episodes
1980 Pink Lady HimselfGuest; 1 Episode: "Episode 5"
CosasHimself1 Episode
1982 Alice Cooper a Paris Himself/Vincent FurnierFrench TV special (France release only)
Rock 'n' Roll: The First 25 YearsHimselfHost
RiversideHimself1 Episode
1984 26th Annual Grammy Awards HimselfNominated for Best Video Album: "The Nightmare" (video) [16]
1984-2019 Today Himself3 Episodes
1986 The Tube Himself1 Episode
1987 WrestleMania III Himself [17]
MusiCaliforniaHimself1 Episode: "Crazy Hollywood"
1989 31st Annual Grammy Awards Himself
1989 MTV Video Music Awards HimselfCo-Presenter for Best Group Video
1990 17th Annual American Music Awards HimselfCo-host and Music Performer
32nd Annual Grammy Awards Himself
Hard 'N Heavy Volume 7HimselfVideo magazine
1991 18th Annual American Music Awards Himself
Ozzy Osbourne - Don't Blame Me: The Tales of Ozzy OsbourneHimself
Slash & Burn: The Freddy Krueger StoryHimself [18]
1992 Aspel & Company Himself1 Episode
The Brian Conley Show Himself
1994 Parallel 9 Himself1 Episode
The Big Breakfast Himself1 Episode
Noisy Mothers Himself1 Episode
Lista Top 40Himself1 Episode
Clive Anderson Talks BackHimself1 Episode [19]
The State Himself1 Episode
A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who HimselfConcert
1995 22nd Annual American Music Awards Himself
Something Wilder Himself1 Episode: "Hanging with Mr. Cooper"
Space Ghost Coast to Coast Himself1 Episode: "Girlie Show"
The History of Rock 'n' Roll Himself2 Episodes
Rock & Roll Himself2 Episodes
1996 Dancing in the Street: a Rock and Roll History Himself1 Episode: "Hang on to Yourself"
VH1 Presents the 70'sHimself
1997Halloween... The Happy Haunting of America!Himself
24th Annual American Music Awards Himself
Pearl Himself1 Episode: "The Write Stuff: Part 1"
39th Annual Grammy Awards HimselfNominated for Best Metal Performance: "Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)" (track) [16]
A Fistful of AliceHimselfTV special [20]
A Golfer's Travels with Peter AllissHimself1 Episode: "Hawaii" [21]
Eyegore Awards HimselfWon the Eyegore Award; First recipient of the award [22]
1997-2011 Rage Himself2 Episodes
1998Masters of FantasyHimself1 Episode: "Vincent Price"
Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular Himself1 Episode: "Episode #1.4"
1999FreakshowPirate JackVoice
Behind the Music Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper" (Remastered in 2010)
Late Show with David Letterman HimselfGuest and Performer; 1 Episode
Mark Lamarr Leaving the 20th CenturyHimself1 Episode
Spice Girls in America: A Tour StoryHimself
2000 Trigger Happy TV Himself1 Episode
Top TenHimselfPresenter; 1 Episode: "Stadium Rock"
Power Vision - Pop GalerieHimself1 Episode: "KISS"
VH1's Where Are They Now? Himself1 Episode: "Bad Boys of Rock"
The Daily Show Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper"
The Beatles RevolutionHimself [23]
VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock Himself
2000-04 The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn Himself3 Episodes
2001 That '70s Show Himself1 Episode: "Radio Daze"
2001-09 Rove Live Himself2 Episodes
2002 Sӧndagsӧppet Himself
I Love MuppetsHimself
One-Hit Wonders Himself6 Episodes
100 Greatest One Hit Wonders HimselfHosted by William Shatner
2002-03 V Graham Norton Himself2 Episodes
2002-11 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno HimselfGuest and Performer; 3 Episodes
2003Die 70er ShowHimself1 Episode
Summer Music Mania 2003 HimselfPerformer
The Mullet Man ShowHimself1 Episode: "Alice in Mulletland" [24]
The 100 Greatest Scary Moments HimselfPresented by Jimmy Carr
British Comedy Awards Himself
Today with Des and Mel Himself1 Episode
Player$ Himself1 Episode: "Of Tombs and Pirates"
2004 The Great American Celebrity Spelling Bee Himself
The 33rd Annual Juno Awards HimselfPresenter
X-Rated: The Pop Videos They Tried to Ban Himself
2004-11 Never Mind the Buzzcocks HimselfHimself and Host; 2 Episodes
2005 The British Soap Awards 2005 HimselfPresenter
The Kumars at No. 42 Himself1 Episode
The Great Outdoors Himself1 Episode
Enough Rope with Andrew Denton Himself1 Episode
In Your Face: The Lost Episodes of the XWFHimself1 Episode [25]
The Perfect Scary MovieHimself
The Frank Skinner Show Himself1 Episode
HARDtalk Extra Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper"
Sound Off with Matt PinfieldHimselfGuest
2005-07 The New Paul O'Grady Show Himself2 Episodes
2005-08 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson Himself9 Episodes
2006 Graham Norton's Bigger Picture Himself1 Episode
Kings of GlamHimselfTV documentary
Best Ever Muppet MomentsHimself
Monk Himself1 Episode: "Mr. Monk and the Garbage Strike"
All*Star Cup HimselfTeam USA
Hypaspace Himself1 Episode
Goolians: A Docu-ComedyHimself
2nd Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards HimselfWon Living Legend award [26]
40 Years of Star TrekHimself (Vincent Furnier)
Heavy: The Story of Metal Himself
2007 The Graham Norton Show Himself1 Episode
E! True Hollywood Story Himself1 Episode: "Rock Star Wives"
Scream Awards 2007 HimselfPerformer; Won Scream Rock Immortal Award [27]
NRJ 12: Scream AwardsHimself
Final 24 Himself1 Episode; "Keith Moon"
2007-09 Last Call with Carson Daly Himself2 Episodes
2008 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Himself1 Episode: "U.S. Southwest"
Tout le monde en parle Himself
100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs Himself
One for the Fire: The Legacy of 'Night of the Living Dead'Himself [28]
2008-11 The Hour Himself2 Episodes
Loose Women Himself2 Episodes
2008-12 The One Show HimselfGuest; 4 Episodes
2009 The 7PM Project HimselfGuest; 1 Episode
2009-10 Breakfast Himself2 Episodes
2010 52nd Annual Grammy Awards HimselfPresenter
12th NRJ Music Awards Himself
I'm in a Rock 'n' Roll Band Himself2 Episodes
Golden Gods awardsHimself
American Idol HimselfPerformer; 1 Episode
Man v. Food Himself1 Episode: "Phoenix"
Celebrity Ghost Stories Himself1 Episode
Alan Carr: Chatty Man Himself1 Episode
GomorronHimself1 Episode
6th Marshall Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards HimselfMaster of Ceremonies (Host) [29]
Strictly Come Dancing HimselfWeek 5 musical guest; 1 Episode: "Halloween Week"
Daybreak Himself1 Episode
The Rob Brydon Show Himself1 Episode
2010-11Number One!Himself2 Episodes
2010-12 That Metal Show HimselfGuest; 2 Episodes
2010-12 Later...with Jools Holland Himself2 Episodes
2011 26th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony HimselfInducted by Rob Zombie [2]
The Joy Behar Show Himself1 Episode
Hoppus on Music Himself1 Episode
Road to WackenHimself
Revolver Golden Gods Awards HimselfWon Golden God award; Rob Zombie presented award to Alice Cooper [30]
Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards HimselfHost; Alice Cooper presented award to Rob Zombie [31]
Kerrang! Awards 2011 HimselfWon Kerrang! Icon award [32]
Top Gear HimselfGuest; 1 Episode: "Series 17, Episode 1"
Lee Mack's All Star Cast Himself1 Episode
2011 Eyegore Awards HimselfNamed an honoree [33] [34]
The X Factor HimselfGuest mentor; 1 Episode
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness Freddy's foster father1 Episode: "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare"
Mark Lawson Talks to... Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper"
Talking Dead HimselfVoice; 1 Episode: "Pretty Much Dead Already"
2011-12 Metal Evolution Himself3 Episodes
2012 Room 101 Himself1 Episode
Golden Gods AwardsHimselfPerformer
Michael Douglas & Friends Celebrity Golf TournamentHimself
2012 Eyegore Awards HimselfPresenter [35]
unCONventionalHimself1 Episode: "School's Out for Ninja Turtles"
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange Himself1 Episode: "Generic Holiday Special"
Conan HimselfGuest and Performer; 1 Episode: "Surprise, Fourth Graders, You're the Mets"
2013Rock and Roll Roast of Dee SniderHimself [36]
Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life Himself1 Episode: "Animal on the Hunt"
Evening Urgant Himself1 Episode
Canada's Walk of Fame: Celebrating 15 YearsHimself
Great American Rock Anthems: Turn It Up to 11Himself
2014 Good Day L.A. Himself1 Episode
Slash: Raised on the Sunset StripHimself
The Art of McCartney Himself
2015An Evening with Alice CooperHimself
Kerrang! Awards 2015 Himself
  • Won Kerrang! Legend award
  • Won Best Radio Show award
[37]
Fox and Friends HimselfMusical guest; 1 Episode
The Late Late Show with James Corden Himself1 Episode: "Pauley Perrette/Alice Cooper/Ian Karmel"
11th Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards HimselfWon Classic Album award for " Welcome to My Nightmare " [38]
2016 E! Live from the Red Carpet Himself1 Episode: "The 2016 Grammy Awards"
Independent Lens Himself1 Episode: "An Honest Liar"
Carolina Rebellion Himself
Talk Stoop Himself1 Episode: "Fashion Forward"
Kerrang! Awards 2016 HimselfWon Best Radio Show award [39]
Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar HimselfGuest; 2 Episodes
Gotta Keep DreaminHimself
2016-17 Jimmy Kimmel Live! HimselfInterviewee and Musical guest; 2 Episodes
2017Power Chord TVHimself
Rock in Rio HimselfPerformer; 1 Episode
The Year in MemoriamHimself
2018 Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert King HerodMusical special
Urban Myths Himself1 Episode: "The Dali and the Cooper"
SmartFem TVHimself
2018-19 Celebrity Page Himself2 Episodes
2019 61st Annual Grammy Awards HimselfNominated for Best Musical Theater Album: " Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert " [16]
Mickey and the Roadster Racers Alistair Coop De Ville1 Episode: "Goof Quest/Llama Drama"
Quotidien Himself1 Episode; French TV show
Expedition Unknown Himself1 Episode: "Cracking the Secret"
The Big Interview with Dan Rather Himself1 Episode: "Alice Cooper"
2020 Bubble Guppies HimselfGuest (Voice); Episode: "Ocean Patrol!"

Video Games

YearTitleRoleNotes
2014 Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff HimselfVoice

Other Appearances

YearTitleNotesRef(s)
1970s The Hollywood Vampires Founder; Celebrity drinking club headquartered at the Rainbow Bar and Grill
1995-Present Alice Cooper's Solid Rock Foundation Co-founder and President; Christian goodwill non-profit organization based in Arizona
1998-2017Alice Cooper'stownCo-Owner and Partner; Restaurant in downtown Phoenix, AZ [40]
2003 Hollywood Walk of Fame Inducted with a star [1]
2004Honorary Doctorate of Performing Arts degreeHonoree; Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ
2004-Present Nights with Alice Cooper Host; Radio show
2012Honorary Doctorate of Music degreeHonoree and Keynote Speaker; Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, CA [41]

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