The Films of Mel Brooks

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This space page is for work on profiles for cast for all of the films of Mel Brooks that he has both Written and Directed.

Mel Brooks is an actor, comedian, and filmmaker of the stage, television, and screen. He started his work as a comedy writer, actor, and then director of 11 feature films including The Producers (1967), Young Frankenstein (1974), and Blazing Saddles (1974). He is also known for his work on Broadway including, The Producers (2001).



Films written & directed by Mel Brooks in chronological order

The Producers (1967)

Zero Mostel as Max Bialystock
Gene Wilder as Leopold "Leo" Bloom
Dick Shawn as Lorenzo St. DuBois (L.S.D.) [1]
Estelle Winwood as "Hold Me! Touch Me!"
Christopher Hewett as Roger De Bris [2]
Kenneth Mars as Franz Liebkind [3]
Lee Meredith as Ulla [4]
Renée Taylor as actress playing Eva Braun [5]
Andreas Voutsinas as Carmen Ghia [6]
Bill Macy as Foreman of the jury [7]
William Hickey as the drunk in bar [8]
David Patch as actor playing Joseph Goebbels [9]
Barney Martin as actor playing Hermann Göring [10]
Madlyn Cates as Concierge ("I'm not a madam!") [11]
Shimen Ruskin as The Landlord [12]
Frank Campanella as The Bartender [13]
Josip Elic as Violinist [14]
John Zoller as Drama Critic [15]
Brutus Peck as Hot Dog Vendor [16]
Mel Brooks as Singer in "Springtime for Hitler"

The Twelve Chairs (1970)

Ron Moody as Ippolit Matveyevich Vorobyaninov [17]
Frank Langella as Ostap Bender [18]
Dom DeLuise as Father Fyodor
Andreas Voutsinas as Nikolai Sestrin
Diana Coupland as Madame Bruns [19]
David Lander as Engineer Bruns
Vlada Petrić as Sevitsky [20]
Elaine Garreau as Claudia Ivanovna [21]
Robert Bernal as Curator [22]
Will Stampe as Nightwatchman [23]
Mel Brooks as Tikhon

Blazing Saddles (1974)

Cleavon Little as Bart
Gene Wilder as Jim
Slim Pickens as Taggart
Harvey Korman as Hedley Lamarr
Madeline Kahn as Lili Von Shtupp
Mel Brooks as Governor Le Petomane / Indian Chief
Burton Gilliam as Lyle [24]
Alex Karras as Mongo [25]
David Huddleston as Olson Johnson
Liam Dunn as Rev. Johnson [26]
John Hillerman as Howard Johnson
George Furth as Van Johnson [27]
Claude Ennis Starrett, Jr. as Gabby Johnson [28]
Carol Arthur as Harriett Johnson [29]
Richard Collier as Dr. Sam Johnson [30]
Charles McGregor as Charlie [31]
Robyn Hilton as Miss Stein [32]
Don Megowan as Gum Chewer [33]
Dom DeLuise as Buddy Bizarre
Count Basie as Himself

Young Frankenstein (1974)

Gene Wilder as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein
Peter Boyle as The Monster [34]
Marty Feldman as Igor
Cloris Leachman as Frau Blücher
Teri Garr as Inga [35]
Kenneth Mars as Inspector Kemp [36]
Madeline Kahn as Elizabeth
Richard Haydn as Herr Gerhardt Falkstein (lawyer)
Richard Roth as Insp. Kemp's Aide [37]
Monte Landis and Rusty Blitz as Gravediggers [38]
Gene Hackman as Harold, the blind man [39]
Mel Brooks as Werewolf / Cat Hit by Dart / Victor Frankenstein (voice)

Silent Movie (1976)

Burt Reynolds as Himself
James Caan as Himself
Liza Minnelli as Herself
Anne Bancroft as Herself
Marcel (Mangel) Marceau as Himself
Paul Newman as Himself
Mel Brooks as Mel Funn
Marty Feldman as Marty Eggs
Dom DeLuise as Dom Bell
Bernadette Peters as Vilma Kaplan
Sid Caesar as Studio Chief
Harold Gould as Engulf [40]
Ron Carey as Devour [41]
Carol Arthur as Pregnant Lady [42]
Liam Dunn as Newsvendor [43]
Fritz Feld as Maitre d'
Chuck McCann as Studio Gate Guard
Valerie Curtin as Intensive Care Nurse [44]
Yvonne Wilder as Studio Chief's Secretary [45]
Arnold Soboloff as Acupuncture Man [46]
Patrick Campbell as Motel Bellhop [47]
Harry Ritz as Man in Tailor Shop [48]
Charles Callias as Blindman
Henny Youngman as Fly-in-soup Man [49]
Eddie Ryder as British Officer [50]
Al Hopson as Executive [51]
Rudy De Luca as Executive [52]
Barry Levinson as Executive [53]
Howard Hesseman as Executive [54]
Lee Delano as Executive [55]
Jack Riley as Executive [56]

High Anxiety (1977)

Mel Brooks as Dr. Richard Harpo Thorndyke.
Madeline Kahn as Victoria Brisbane, daughter of Arthur Brisbane.
Cloris Leachman as Nurse Charlotte Diesel.
Harvey Korman as Dr. Charles Montague.
Ron Carey as Brophy. [57]
Dick Van Patten as Dr. Philip Wentworth.
Howard Morris as Professor Vicktor Lillolman.
Jack Riley as a Hyatt Regency San Francisco desk clerk. [58]
Albert J. Whitlock as Arthur Brisbane [59]
Charles Callias as a demented patient who thinks he is a Cocker Spaniel.
Ron Clark as Zachary Cartwright. Clark also worked as a writer on the film. [60]
Rudy De Luca as "Braces", an assassin. De Luca also worked as a writer on the film. [61]
Barry Levinson as Dennis the bellhop. Levinson also worked as a writer on the film. [62]

History of the World, Part I (1981)

Mel Brooks – Moses, Comicus, Torquemada, Jacques, and King Louis XVI
Dom DeLuise – Emperor Nero
Madeline Kahn – Empress Nympho
Harvey Korman – Count de Monet
Cloris Leachman – Madame Defarge
Ron Carey – Swiftus [63]
Greg Hines – Josephus
Pamela Stephenson – Mademoiselle Rimbaud
Shecky Greene – Marcus Vindictus [64]
Sid Caesar – Chief Caveman
Sammy Shore – Prehistoric Man [65]
Mary-Margaret Humes – Miriam [66]
Orson Welles – Narrator
Carl Reiner – God's voice (uncredited)
Ancient Rome cameos
Howard Morris – Court Spokesman
Charles Callias – Soothsayer
Paul Mazursky – Roman officer [67]
Henny Youngman – Chemist [68]
Hugh Hefner – Entrepreneur
Barry Levinson – Column Salesman [69]
John Myhers – Leader of Senate [70]
Dena Dietrich – Competence [71]
Fritz Feld - Maitre 'D
John Hurt, CBE – Jesus
Art Metrano – Leonardo da Vinci [72]
Bea Arthur – "Vnemployment" Insurance Clerk (uncredited)
Ronny Graham – Oedipus [73]
Pat McCormick – Plumbing Salesman [74]
Spanish Inquisition cameos
Ronny Graham – Jewish torture victim #1 (hot poker) [75]
Jackie Mason – Jewish torture victim #2 (ping pong) [76]
French Revolution cameos
Andreas Voutsinas – Béarnaise [77]
"Spike" Milligan, KBE – Monsieur Rimbaud
John Hillerman – Rich Man
Andrew Sachs – Gerard
Fiona Richmond – Queen [78]
Nigel Hawthorne, CBE – Executioner
Bella Emberg – Baguette [79]

Spaceballs (1987)

Bill Pullman as Lone Starr [80]
John Candy as Barf, Lone Starr's "mawg" (half-man, half-dog) sidekick.
Daphne Zuniga as Princess Vespa [81]
Joan Rivers as the voice of Dot Matrix
Lorene Yarnell provided Dot Matrix's on-screen physical performance. [82]
Rick Moranis as Dark Helmet
Mel Brooks as Yogurt & President Skroob.
George Wyner as Colonel Sandurz [83]
Dick Van Patten as King Roland
Michael Winslow as a radar technician on Spaceball One [84]
Ronny Graham as the minister [85]
Jim J. Bullock as Prince Valium [86]
Leslie Bevis as Commanderette Zircon [87]
Sandy Helberg as Dr. Irving Schlotkin [88]
Brenda Strong as Nurse Gretchen, Dr. Schlotkin's assistant [89]
Dom DeLuise as the voice of Pizza the Hutt
Rudy De Luca as Vinnie [90]

Life Stinks (1991)

Mel Brooks as Goddard Bolt
Lesley Ann Warren as Molly [91]
Jeffrey Tambor as Vance Crasswell [92]
Stuart Pankin as Pritchard [93]
Howard Morris as Sailor
Rudy De Luca as J. Paul Getty [94]
Theodore Wilson as Fumes [95]
Carmen Filpi as Pops (eleven's up) [96]
Michael Ensign as Knowles [97]
Matthew Faison as Stevens [98]
Billy Barty as Willy [99]
Brian Thompson as Mean Victor [100]
Raymond O'Connor as Yo [101]
Carmine Caridi as Flophouse Owner [102]
Sammy Shore as Reverend at Wedding [103]
Frank Roman as Spanish Interpreter [104]
Christopher Birt as Paramedic [105]
Larry Cedar as Paramedic [106]
Robert Ridgely as Crasswell's Attorney [107]
Ronny Graham as the voice of the Priest [108]

Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)

Cary Elwes as Robin Hood
Richard Lewis as King John [109]
Roger Rees as the Sheriff of Rottingham [110]
Amy Yasbeck as Maid Marian [111]
Dave Chappelle as Ahchoo
Mark Blankfield as Blinkin [112]
Eric Allan Kramer as Little John [113]
Isaac Hayes as Asneeze
Tracey Ullman as Latrine [114]
Patrick Stewart as King Richard
Mel Brooks as Rabbi Tuckman.
Dick Van Patten as the Abbott
Dom DeLuise as Don Giovanni

Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)

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