Knowledge Identifier: +Robert_De_Niro
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1943.
Countries: United States (68%), United Kingdom (11%), (6%)
Linked to: Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, Democratic Party, Elisabeth Irwin High School, Little Red School House
Robert De Niro, Sr. - Admiral and De Niro separated shortly after their son, Robert De Niro, Jr., was born in August 1943
De Niro's first movie role, in collaboration with Brian De Palma, was in 1963, at the age of 20, when he appeared opposite his friend Jill Clayburgh in The Wedding Party; however, the film was not released until 1969.
The Wedding Party (film) - The film was made in 1963 but not released until six years later, after one of its supporting players, Robert De Niro, had begun to draw notice for his work in off-Broadway theatre and De Palma's 1968 release "Greetings"
Wilford Leach - In collaboration with the two, he produced, directed, and wrote the screenplay for the 1969 film "The Wedding Party", whose cast included newcomers Robert De Niro and Jill Clayburgh
John D. Hancock - As a feature film director, he is best known for the 1973 film "Bang the Drum Slowly", starring Robert De Niro and Michael Moriarty
Danny Aiello - One of his earliest roles came as a ballplayer in the 1973 baseball drama, "Bang the Drum Slowly", with Robert De Niro
Theresa Russell - Russell began modeling at the age of 12 and made her film debut in 1976, at age 19, in "The Last Tycoon", starring Robert De Niro
Diahnne Abbott - She played the object of Robert De Niro's affections in Scorsese's 1983 film, "The King of Comedy", as well as roles in the television series "Crime Story" and the film "Jo, Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling"
Freddie Mercury - The film, which is being co-produced by Robert De Niro's TriBeCa Productions, will focus on Queen's formative years and the period leading up to the celebrated performance at the 1985 Live Aid concert
Chazz Palminteri - His big break did not come until 1988 with the premiere of his autobiographical one-man show, "A Bronx Tale," which he wrote after being fired from a club for refusing entry to super agent Swifty Lazar; Robert De Niro later developed and directed a film version
BeCa neighborhood in lower Manhattan since 1989.
Jane Rosenthal - In 1989, Rosenthal co-founded the Tribeca Productions film studio in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of TriBeCa with actor Robert De Niro
Naomi Campbell - In the early 1990s, she had an on-again-off-again relationship with actor Robert De Niro
Martha Plimpton - In 1991, Plimpton appeared in the Robert De Niro film "Stanley & Iris" in a supporting role
Caprio and Tobey Maguire.
Taral Hicks - Hicks began her film career with a role alongside Robert De Niro in the 1993 film, "A Bronx Tale"
Charmaine Sinclair - Sinclair was romantically linked to Robert De Niro for two years, circa 1993-1995
De Niro has twin sons, Julian Henry and Aaron Kendrik, conceived by in vitro fertilization and delivered by a surrogate mother in 1995, from a long-term live-in relationship with former model Toukie Smith.
Frankie Avalon - He made a cameo appearance as himself with Robert De Niro in the 1995 film, "Casino"
Dan Spivey - Dan Spivey rejoined the WWF in June 1995, adopting the name "'Waylon Mercy"' in a character based on Robert De Niro's portrayal of Max Cady in the 1991 remake of "Cape Fear"
Terence Trent D'Arby - In 1996 he co-wrote with Hans Zimmer, produced and performed "Letting Go" for the film "The Fan" starring Robert De Niro
In 1998, he lobbied Congress against impeaching President Bill Clinton.
James Mangold - Mangold subsequently wrote and directed "Cop Land" starring Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Harvey_Keitel and Ray Liotta; "Girl, Interrupted", which won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1999 for Angelina_Jolie; "Kate & Leopold", starring Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman for which Jackman was nominated for a Golden Globe as best actor in a musical or comedy in 2001, and the 2003 thriller "Identity" which starred John Cusack
De Niro is a supporter of the Democratic Party, and vocally supported Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election.
Blythe Danner - Danner appeared opposite Robert De Niro in the 2000 comedy hit "Meet the Parents", and its sequels, "Meet the Fockers" and "Little Fockers"
Jean-Luc Delarue - He received a second "7 d'or" in October 2001 for "Jour après jour" and opened a second restaurant, "Le Nobu" – specialising in Japanese cuisine – in partnership with Robert De Niro
Joe Pantoliano - Pantoliano is known for his role as Eddie Moscone, the bail bondsman, in the Robert De Niro comedy "Midnight Run", as double-crossed mafioso Caesar in "Bound", as John "Teddy" Gammell in "Memento", and as investigative journalist Ben Urich in Mark Steven Johnson's 2003 "Daredevil" adaptation
Courtney Peldon - She has had roles in several films including "Angel Heart" with Robert De Niro and Mickey Rourke, "Out on a Limb" with Matthew Broderick, "Little Giants", indie favorite "Skin Walker", "National Lampoon's Adam & Eve", Tobe Hooper's "Mortuary", the Farrelly brothers' comedy "Say It Isn't So", and most recently the science-fiction thriller "InAlienable" with Walter Koenig and Richard Hatch, the psychological thriller "The Road to Hell" with Michael Paré and she's slated to star in the new film [
David Guido Pietroni - Become member of the prestigious Tribeca Film Center, the production center wanted by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal. The Center established to support the new promises of American movie industry and the New York Film Community.
John Turturro - In 2006 he appeared in Robert De Niro's "The Good Shepherd", and as the Sector 7 agent Simmons in three films of the "Transformers" live-action series
Lindsay Deutsch - Lindsay Deutsch's movie credits include the violin sound track in the 2006 movie "The Good Shepherd" starring Robert De Niro
Ricky Gervais - A second series began on 14 September 2006 in the UK and featured appearances by Daniel Radcliffe, Dame Diana Rigg, Orlando Bloom, Sir Ian McKellen, Chris Martin, Keith Chegwin, Robert Lindsay, Warwick Davis, Ronnie Corbett, Stephen Fry, Richard Briers, Patricia Potter, Sophia Myles, Moira Stuart, David Bowie, Kate Winslet, Robert De Niro and Jonathan Ross
Jodie Foster - Foster was set to direct, as well as reunite with actor Robert De Niro, for the film "Sugarland"; however, the film was shelved indefinitely in 2007
De Niro announced that he would appear in Martin Campbell's film version of the classic BBC crime series Edge of Darkness in 2010, alongside Mel_Gibson; however, just after he arrived to begin shooting, De Niro walked from the set due to creative differences.
Frances Conroy - In 2010, Conroy played Madylyn, the wife of Robert De Niro's character Jack Mabrey, in the John Curran thriller "Stone"
Edward Norton - In 2010, Norton appeared in two films again: in "Leaves of Grass", as estranged identical twins ; and in "Stone", which reunited Norton with his "The Score" cast-mate Robert De Niro, and in which Norton plays a convict trying to con his parole officer into an early release
Jafar Panahi - American film directors Paul Thomas Anderson, Joel & Ethan Coen, Francis Ford Coppola, Jonathan Demme, Robert De Niro, Curtis_Hanson, Jim Jarmusch, Ang Lee, Richard Linklater, Terrence Malick, Michael Moore, Robert Redford, Martin Scorsese, James Schamus, Paul Schrader, Steven Soderbergh, Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone and Frederick Wiseman signed a letter on 30 April 2010 urging Panahi's release
Paul Dano - Dano appeared in three feature films in 2012: "Ruby Sparks", as a writer whose fictional character inexplicably appears as a real person; time-travel thriller "Looper", in a supporting role with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce_Willis; and with Robert De Niro in "Being Flynn" as the film's writer Nick Flynn, about his relationship with his father
Robert De Niro, Sr. - DC Moore Gallery represents the Estate of Robert De Niro, Sr. The first exhibition of his works at the gallery was in April 2012
Jacki Weaver - On 10 January 2013, Weaver was again nominated for an Academy *award for her role opposite Robert De Niro in the film "Silver Linings Playbook"
Robert De Niro, Sr. - On January 19, 2014, "Remembering the Artist Robert De Niro Sr.", a documentary profiling De Niro's life and career, produced by HBO's Sheila Nevins and Robert De Niro Jr.'s producing partner, Jane Rosenthal, was screened at the !Sundance_Film_Festival; in the film, the younger De Niro reads extensively from his father's personal journals, including passages revealing that De Niro, Sr. left his wife upon realizing his homosexuality
On April 8, 2015, De Niro revealed that he'll play Enzo Ferrari in a movie to be released in 2016