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Michael Crichton
Birthday: October 23, 1942

Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height: 6' 9"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Michael Crichton. 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.



Michael Crichton was born in Chicago, Illinois, but grew up in Roslyn, New York. His father was a journalist and encouraged him to write and to type. Michael gave up studying English at Harvard University, having become disillusioned with the teaching standards--the final straw came when he submitted an essay by George Orwell that was given a "B." After giving up English and spending a year in Europe, Michael returned to Boston, Massachusetts, and attended Havard Medical School to train as a doctor. Several times, he was persuaded not to quit the course but did so after qualifying.During his medical-student days, he wrote novels secretly. One of them, "A Case of Need," written under the pseudonym Jeffery Hudson, contained references to people at Harvard Medical School, but he couldn't hide his identity when the novel won an award that had to be collected in person. After giving up medicine, Michael moved to Hollywood, California, in the early 1970s and began directing movies based on his books, his first big break being Westworld (1973).

Movie Credits
Jurassic Park IV (2008)
[ Steven Spielberg ][ John Williams ][ Joe Johnston ]
Westworld (2007)
Timeline (2003)
[ Paul Walker ][ Gerard Butler ][ David Thewlis ][ Ethan Embry ][ Billy Connolly ]
Jurassic Park III (2001)
[ Steven Spielberg ][ William H Macy ][ William H. Macy ][ Sam Neill ][ Alessandro Nivola ]
The 13th Warrior (1999)
[ Antonio Banderas ][ Omar Sharif ][ John McTiernan ][ Tony Curran ][ Sven-Ole Thorsen ]
Sphere (1998)
[ Samuel L. Jackson ][ Dustin Hoffman ][ Liev Schreiber ][ Peter Coyote ][ Barry Levinson ]
Trespasser (1998)
[ Richard Attenborough ]
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
[ Vince Vaughn ][ Jeff Goldblum ][ Peter Stormare ][ Richard Attenborough ][ John Williams ]
Twister (1996)
[ Steven Spielberg ][ Philip Seymour Hoffman ][ Cary Elwes ][ Bill Paxton ][ Anthony Rapp ]
Congo (1995)
[ Bruce Campbell ][ Tim Curry ][ Joe Pantoliano ][ Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje ][ Delroy Lindo ]
Disclosure (1994)
[ Michael Douglas ][ Donald Sutherland ][ Dylan Baker ][ Barry Levinson ]
Day One (1994)
[ Glenn Plummer ]
24 Hours (1994)
[ Glenn Plummer ]
Rising Sun (1993)
[ Sean Connery ][ Steve Buscemi ][ Wesley Snipes ][ Harvey Keitel ][ Ernest Borgnine ]
Jurassic Park (1993)
[ Samuel L. Jackson ][ Jeff Goldblum ][ Sam Neill ][ Richard Attenborough ][ Wayne Knight ]
Runaway (1984)
[ Tom Selleck ][ Gene Simmons ][ G.W. Bailey ][ Chris Mulkey ]
Looker (1981)
[ Albert Finney ][ Jerry Douglas ]
The First Great Train Robbery (1979)
[ Sean Connery ][ Donald Sutherland ]
Coma (1978)
[ Michael Douglas ][ Ed Harris ][ Tom Selleck ][ Rip Torn ][ Richard Widmark ]
The Terminal Man (1974)
[ George Segal ]
Westworld (1973)
[ Yul Brynner ][ James Brolin ][ Dick Van Patten ]
Extreme Close-Up (1973)
Pursuit (1972)
[ Martin Sheen ][ Ben Gazzara ]
The Carey Treatment (1972)
[ John Hillerman ][ Pat Hingle ][ Dan O'Herlihy ]
Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues (1972)
[ John Lithgow ][ Paul Sorvino ][ Charles Durning ][ Buzzy Linhart ]
The Andromeda Strain (1971)


  • His novel, "Eaters of the Dead," was made into The 13th Warrior (1999), directed by John McTiernan. [1996]
  • Michael was exorcised in 1986.
  • Visiting writer, MIT [1988]
  • Mystery Writer's of America Edgar award for "A Case of Need." [1968]
  • Mystery Writer's of America Edgar award for The First Great Train Robbery (1979). [1980]
  • Association of American Medical Writers award for "Five Patients." [1970]
  • Education: Harvard Medical School. Original Job: Anthropology professor. Child: Taylor.
  • Raised in Roslyn, New York
  • Played basketball at Roslyn High School
  • Was tied up and robbed at gunpoint by masked men in his home in Santa Monica, California, on 23 September 2002. No one was harmed.
  • Biography in John Wakeman, editor, "World Film Directors, Volume Two, 1945-1985," pp. 248-250. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1988.
  • Has written two stories about futuristic theme parks that go haywire: Westworld (1973) and Jurassic Park (1993). Both films feature actors who worked with John Sturges. Yul Brynner appeared in 'Magnificent Seven, The (1960)_ , and referenced his earlier role as the robotic gunslinger. Richard Attenborough appeared in 'Great Escape, The (1963)_ .
  • E.R. began its life in the early 1970s as E.W.: Emergency Wing, which was what they were called at the time, and was a full-length film script. He was unable to get it produced. Steven Spielberg contacted him about it in 1989, expressing interest in turning it into a movie. It was dropped when Spielberg heard about Jurassic Park. During the film's production, someone else at Amblin Entertainment read it and suggested that it was better suited for a television series.
  • He has related the story of his first visit to a movie studio, Universal, which was about to produce The Andromeda Strain (1971). A young novice director named Steven Spielberg was assigned the task of giving him a tour of the studio. It was almost 20 years later that he was contacted by Spielberg for a potential project that was dropped in favor of another of his stories, Jurassic Park (1993).
  • When writing a script or book, he always eats the same thing for lunch to aid his concentration. When writing Jurassic Park, for example, he ate egg salad sandwiches with lots of pepper.
  • Director Nicholas Roeg originally wanted him to play the alien in The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976). The role eventually went to androgynous rock star David Bowie instead.
  • After failing to get producers interested in "E.R." in 1970, the script sat in a metal safe for twenty years until Steven Spielberg heard about it.
  • Frequently hired Jerry Goldsmith to compose the scores for his films.

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