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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Birthday: April 16, 1947

Birth Place: New York, New York, USA
Height: 7' 2"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Among his many achievements during his illustrious career in Milwaukee and Los Angeles, six-time basketball MVP Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was the all-time leading scorer. In 1978, Abdul-Jabbar translated his popularity into a film career by appearing as a hulking foe to Bruce Lee in Game of Death. The ensuing battle royale between the diminutive martial arts master and the agile seven-foot hoopster remains a highlight of martial arts cinema. Other film appearances include a memorable turn as a co-pilot who tires of being mistaken for Abdul-Jabbar in 1980's Airplane. In most of his subsequent films, Abdul-Jabbar has stuck to making cameo appearances as himself; he did however have a supporting role in the television pilot for the Robert Mitchum series Jake Spanner, Private Eye in 1989, the year he retired from professional basketball. Since then, his film and television appearances as an actor have been increasingly sporadic. Abdul-Jabbar has, however, continued to use his legendary status as an example. He is a tireless worker for various philanthropic causes and has devoted a large amount of time to helping children and steering them toward getting a good education.

Movie Credits
Whitepaddy (2006)
[ Hill Harper ]
Slam Dunk Ernest (1995)
[ Jim Varney ]
Malcolm Takes a Shot (1990)
Jake Spanner, Private Eye (1989)
[ Ernest Borgnine ][ Robert Mitchum ][ Dick Van Patten ]
Purple People Eater (1988)
[ Neil Patrick Harris ][ Dustin Diamond ][ Ned Beatty ]
Substitute Teacher (1982)
Airplane! (1980)
[ Leslie Nielsen ][ John Williams ][ Peter Graves ][ Robert Stack ][ David Zucker ]
Game of Death (1978)
[ Bruce Lee ][ Sammo Hung Kam-Bo ][ David R. Ellis ]


  • Born at 6:30pm-EST
  • B.A. from U.C.L.A. [1969]
  • NBA's all-time leading scorer with 38,387 points.
  • Graduate of Power Memorial HS, NY City
  • Enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1995.
  • Played for the National Basketball Association's (NBA) Milwaukee Bucks (1969-70 thru 1974-75) and Los Angeles Lakers (1975-76 thru 1988-89).
  • Studied Jeet Kune Do Martial arts under Bruce Lee.
  • Only college player to win three Player of the Year awards.
  • Holds the NBA record for Most Valuable Player awards with six.
  • Began wearing goggles on the court due to corneal erosion syndrome, a condition where the eye cornea doesn't produce moisture and begins to dry out.
  • The NCAA outlawed the dunk shot because of his dominance at center for UCLA.
  • Assistant coach for the NBA Los Angeles Clippers, (2000).
  • Holds NBA career records for most minutes (57,446), most points (38,387), most field goals made (15,837) and most field goals attempted (28,307). First player in NBA history to play 20 seasons. Led NBA in scoring (1971-31.7 ppg, 1972-34.8 ppg). Led NBA in rebounding (1976-16.9 rpg). Led NBA in blocked shots (1975, 1976, 1979, 1980). NBA MVP (1971-72, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1980). NBA Rookie of the Year (1970). All NBA First Team (1971-74, 1976-77, 1980-81, 1984, 1986). NBA All-Defensive First Team (1974-75, 1979-81). NBA Finals MVP (1971, 1985).
  • NBA 35th Anniversary All-Time Team (1980). NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team (1996).
  • Played for UCLA (1965-69). The Sporting News College Player of the Year (1967, 1969). Three-time First Team All-America (1967-69). Two-time National Player of the Year (1967, 1969). Three-time NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (1967-69). Naismith Award winner (1969). Leading scorer in UCLA history. Led NCAA with .667 field goal percentage (1967) and .635 field goal percentage (1969).
  • Played in 18 NBA All-Star Games (1970-1977, 1979-89).
  • Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament wrote a song about him based on the urban myth that he lost all of his money investing in hotels for tall people. The song, entitled "Sweet Lew," appears on the album "Lost Dogs."
  • The #33 on his basketball jersey was a tribute to his friend Bruce Lee who died in 1973.
  • Grandparents are originally from Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies.
  • Father was a transit police officer in New York City.

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