Jim Morrison

Jim Morrison was a talented entertainer and singer who specializes in the rock genre. Morrison kicked off his entertainment career with features in films like "American Pop" (1981) featuring Ron Thompson, "Vagabond" ... Read more »
Born: 12/08/1943 in Melbourne, Florida, USA

Filmography

Music (17)

Minions 2015 (Movie)

("Break On Through (To The Other Side)") (Song)

Strange Magic 2015 (Movie)

("People Are Strange") (Song)

The Watch 2012 (Movie)

("People Are Strange") (Song)

Taking Woodstock 2009 (Movie)

"Maggie M'Gill" (Song)

Cast Away 2000 (Movie)

("Light My Fire") (Song)

Superstar 1999 (Movie)

("Soul Kitchen") (Song)

The Waterboy 1998 (Movie)

("Peace Frog") (Song)

The X-Files 1998 (Movie)

("Crystal Ship") (Song)

The Basketball Diaries 1995 (Movie)

("Riders of the Storm") (Song)

The Doors 1991 (Movie)

songs("The Movie" "Ghost Song") (Song)

The Doors 1991 (Movie)

("The Movie" "The Severed Garden") (Song Performer)

Leningrad Cowboys Go America 1990 (Movie)

("L A Woman") (Song)

Casualties of War 1989 (Movie)

("Hello, I Love You") (Song)

True Believer 1989 (Movie)

("Crystal Ship") (Song)

Less Than Zero 1987 (Movie)

("Moonlight Drive") (Song)

The Temptations and Four Tops 1985 - 1986 (TV Show)

Song

Vagabond 1986 (Movie)

("The Changeling") (Song)
Actor (1)

The Doors: The Soft Parade - A Retrospective 1990 (Movie)

Himself (Actor)

Biography

Jim Morrison was a talented entertainer and singer who specializes in the rock genre. Morrison kicked off his entertainment career with features in films like "American Pop" (1981) featuring Ron Thompson, "Vagabond" (1986) and the Andrew McCarthy drama "Less Than Zero" (1987). His music also appeared in "Casualties of War" (1989) with Michael J. Fox and the James Woods crime flick "True Believer" (1989). Morrison was also credited in "Leningrad Cowboys Go America" (1990), "The Doors" (1991) and "The Doors: The Soft Parade - A Retrospective" (1991). He also was recognized in "The Basketball Diaries" (1995) starring Leonardo DiCaprio, the Adam Sandler and Kathy Bates smash hit "The Waterboy" (1998) and "The X-Files" with David Duchovny (1998). Morrison was most recently credited in the animated movie "Strange Magic" (2015) with Alan Cumming. Morrison passed away in July 1971 at the age of 28.

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