Ben Affleck

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Ben Affleck
Birth name Benjamin Geza Affleck-Boldt
Born August 15, 1972 in Berkeley, California, USA
Notable Shows Push, Nevada
Awards
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Contents

Biography

Producer

Series Produced

Series Year(s) Producer Credit Season(s)
Project Greenlight 2001 –2015 Executive Producer 1 2 3 4
Push, Nevada 2002 Executive Producer 1
Incorporated 2016 –2017 Executive Producer 1
City on a Hill 2019 –  Executive Producer 1 2

Writer

Series Created

Series Premiere Date Creation Credit
Push, Nevada September 17, 2002 Co-Creator

Episodes Written

Series Episode Airdate
Push, Nevada 1x01 - The Amount September 17, 2002
Push, Nevada 1x02 - The Black Box September 19, 2002

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Against the Grain Joe Willie Clemons 1993 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Saturday Night Live Himself/Host 25x13 - Ben Affleck/Fiona Apple February 19, 2000
Saturday Night Live Himself/Host 29x15 - Ben Affleck/N.E.R.D. March 13, 2004
Saturday Night Live Himself/Host 30x01 - Ben Affleck/Nelly October 2, 2004
Saturday Night Live Himself/Host 34x07 - Ben Affleck/David Cook November 1, 2008
Saturday Night Live Himself/Host 38x21 - Ben Affleck/Kanye West May 18, 2013

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Wanted: The Perfect Guy Danny Coleman October 1, 1986 ABC Afterschool Specials

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Notable Film Roles

Film Role Released
Good Will Hunting Chuckie Sullivan December 2, 1997
Armageddon A.J. Frost July 1, 1998
Pearl Harbor Rafe McCauley May 25, 2001
The Sum of All Fears Jack Ryan May 31, 2002

Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Golden Globe Awards

(2 Wins in 3 Nominations)

  • Won: Best Screenplay - Motion Picture (1998) (shared with Matt Damon)
Good Will Hunting
  • Won: Best Director - Motion Picture (2013)
Argo

Academy Awards

  • Won: Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen (1998) (shared with Matt Damon)
Good Will Hunting

Trivia