Knowledge Identifier: +Nicolas_Cage
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1964.
Countries: United States (61%), United Kingdom (6%), New York (6%)
Linked to: Beverly Hills High School, California State University, Chicago Tribune, Forbes
Jennifer Jason Leigh - In 1982, she played a teenager who gets pregnant in the Cameron Crowe- scripted high school comedy "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", which served as a launching pad for several of its young stars, including Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold, Forest Whitaker, Eric Stoltz, Anthony Edwards, Phoebe Cates and Nicolas Cage
Jeff Wincott - In 1984, Wincott was cast in the film "The Boy in Blue" with Nicolas Cage
Fabian (entertainer) - In the 1986 US film "Peggy Sue Got Married", Nicolas Cage's character keeps a picture of Fabian on his car's sun visor
David Schwimmer - Schwimmer based Ross on Nicolas Cage's role of Charlie from the 1986 film Peggy Sue Got Married
Other Cage roles included appearances in the acclaimed 1987 romantic-comedy Moonstruck, starring Cher; The Coen Brothers cult-classic comedy Raising Arizona; David Lynch's 1990 offbeat film Wild at Heart; a lead role in Martin Scorsese's 1999 New York City paramedic drama Bringing Out the Dead; and Ridley Scott's 2003 quirky drama Matchstick Men, in which he played an agoraphobic, mysophobic, obsessive-compulsive con artist with a tic disorder.
Elisabeth Shue - Although often cast as a girl next door-type, Shue starred as a prostitute in the 1995 film "Leaving Las Vegas" with Nicolas Cage
Chris Bauer - Bauer played schoolteacher Lloyd Gettys in the 1997 film "The Devil's Advocate", and appeared as the masked character "Machine" in the 1999 film "8mm" starring Nicolas Cage
Lamborghini Miura - In 1997 this car was sold via a Brooks auction to Nicolas Cage, at , becoming the model's highest ever price sold in an auction
Iron Man (2008 film) - In January 1997, Nicolas Cage expressed interest in portraying the lead role in a potential film, while in September 1998, Tom Cruise had expressed interest in producing as well as starring in the film debut of Iron Man. Jeff Vintar and Iron Man co-creator Stan Lee co-wrote a story for Fox, which Vintar adapted into a screenplay, and included a new science-fiction origin for the character, and featured MODOK as the villain
LaKiesha Berri - In 1998 she appeared on the "Snake Eyes" soundtrack which starred Nicolas Cage
Kenna James - Leaving acting to pursue a career in poker in 1998, James still makes occasional forays into onscreen acting, most notably in crime thriller "The Trust" ; he has an extended cameo as Captain Harris opposite Nicolas Cage as police officer Jim Stone
Angelina Jolie - In 2000, Jolie appeared in her first summer blockbuster, Gone In 60 Seconds, in which she played Sarah "Sway" Wayland, the ex-girlfriend of car thief Nicolas Cage.
In May 2001, Cage was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts by California State University, Fullerton.
Ghost Rider (2007 film) - In June 2001, actor and Ghost Rider fan Nicolas Cage entered talks to be cast into the lead role, after having found out about Depp being a possibility for the role and contacted the director to express his own interest
In addition, the Internal Revenue Service has another lien for more than $350,000 in unpaid taxes dating from 2002 to 2004.
James Franco - He next starred in "Sonny", a 2002 release in which he was directed by fellow actor Nicolas Cage, whose involvement had attracted Franco to the film
Ridley Scott - In 2003 Scott directed Matchstick Men, adapted from the novel by Eric Garcia and starring Nicolas Cage, Sam_Rockwell and Alison Lohman.
In 2004 he bought a property on Paradise Island, Bahamas.
Charles Carroll of Carrollton - Charles Carroll was portrayed by actor Terrence Currier in the 2004 film "National Treasure" starring Nicolas Cage
Jon Voight - In 2004, Voight joined Nicolas Cage, in National Treasure as Patrick Gates, the father of Cage's character.
Jim Butcher - On April 5, 2004, Sci Fi announced production of a two-hour backdoor pilot film of "The Dresden Files" based on the events of "Storm Front" in conjunction with Lions Gate Television and Saturn Films, with Nicolas Cage and Norm Golightly set to executive produce
Cage had a Malibu, California home where he and Kim lived, but sold the property in 2005 for $10 million.
Michael Bollner - Early on in the production of the 2005 film, Nicolas Cage was under discussions for portraying Willy Wonka, but lost interest
Kate Beahan - Her best known American film role was playing Sister Willow Woodward in the 2006 horror remake "The Wicker Man" opposite Nicolas Cage
Johnny Ramone - In 2006, the remake of the horror film "The Wicker Man" was dedicated to Johnny Ramone's memory, as he was a close friend of the film's producer and star, Nicolas Cage
Also in 2007, he made his directorial debut in Sonny and he starred in Next, which shares the concept of a glimpse into an alternate timeline with The Family Man.
Sam Elliott - Elliot joined Nicolas Cage in 2007 in the popular "Ghost Rider", and stood out in another film the same year, in The Golden Compass as a key character, Lee Scoresby
Darren Aronofsky - The actor Nicolas Cage entered negotiations in October 2007 to star as Randy, the film's protagonist
Bangkok Dangerous (2008 film) - "'Bangkok Dangerous"' is a 2008 crime thriller film written and directed by the Pang Brothers, and starring Nicolas Cage
Tom Atkins (actor) - In 2009, he had a supporting role as a retired sheriff in the remake "My Bloody Valentine 3D" and co-starred with Nicolas Cage in Todd Farmer's "Drive Angry", in 2011
In 2010, Cage starred in the period piece Season of the Witch, playing a 14th-century knight transporting a girl accused of causing the Black Plague to a monastery, and The Sorcerer's Apprentice, in which he played the sorcerer.
Simon West - West directed Nicolas Cage in the film "Stolen" in 2012
Larry Brown (author) - In 2013 a film adaptation of Larry Brown's "Joe" was released featuring Nicolas Cage
Ashley Tisdale - In January, 2013, Tisdale was cast to star opposite Nicolas Cage in the movie "Left Behind" as Chloe Steele, a young woman that wanders America looking to find any remaining members of her family
Dying of the Light (film) - On July 30, 2013, Nicolas Cage joined the film in the lead role, replacing Ford
Jack Falahee - In 2014, he appeared in action-thriller "Rage" opposite Nicolas Cage and Aubrey Peeples
Sarah Wayne Callies - In 2015, she co-starred Nicolas Cage, in Uli Edel's thriller film "Pay the Ghost"
Faye Dunaway - Also in 2017, Dunaway starred in two other films that are yet-to-be released, "Inconceivable", a thriller in which she plays Nicolas Cage's mother, and "The Case for Christ", a Christian drama based on the 1998 book of the same name by Lee Strobel
Gina Gershon - Gina Gershon co stars along side Nicolas Cage, and this film is scheduled to be released on June 30, 2017, by Lionsgate Premiere
Dwayne Cameron - In 2018 Cameron got his Hollywood break starring as the lead role opposite Nicolas Cage in Millennium Films' bank heist action movie "211" playing Cage's son-in-law and police partner
On January 28, 2019, Viktor and Irina Yelchin premiered a documentary about their son Anton Yelchin, "Love, Antosha", at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival