Veteran Hollywood actor Kurt Russell started acting with some un-credited roles in television sitcom ‘Dennis the Menace’ (1962) and the American musical film ‘It Happened at the World's Fair’ (1963). Over the years he has featured in many notable films like ‘Silkwood’ (1983) that won him a Golden Globe Awards nomination and ‘Furious 7’ (2015), and also in several cult films directed by John Carpenter like ‘Escape from New York’ (1981), ‘The Thing’ (1982) and TV film ‘Elvis’ (1979) that fetched him an Emmy nomination.
Foraying into acting as child artist, initially with un-credited and guest roles, Russell evolved as an accomplished Hollywood actor with time. His rich work includes several successful films that feature him in some best roles of his career. At the same time, there were some films, which were rejected both critically and at the box-office.
Filmography of Kurt Russell includes popular TV series ‘The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters’ (1963–64), TV film ‘Elvis’ and top-grossing films like ‘Tequila Sunrise’ (1988), ‘Executive Decision’ (1996) and ‘The Fate of the Furious’ (2017). His box-office bombs include ‘Soldier’ (1998) and ‘Dark Blue’ (2002).