Fight Club

Fight Club

139 mins | Drama | Oct. 15, 1999

A ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy. Their concept catches on, with underground "fight clubs" forming in every town, until an eccentric gets in the way and ignites an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion.

Fight Club

139 mins | Drama | Oct. 15, 1999

Fight Club
A ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy. Their concept catches on, with underground "fight clubs" forming in every town, until an eccentric gets in the way and ignites an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion.
IMDb rating 8.8
Producers Regency Enterprises, Fox 2000 Pictures, The Linson Company, Taurus Film, Atman Entertainment, Knickerbocker Films
Original title Fight Club
Directors Bob Wagner, Allen Kupetsky, Dina Waxman, Mike Topoozian, David Fincher
Writers Jim Uhls, Chuck Palahniuk

Cast

Edward Norton

as The Narrator

Brad Pitt

as Tyler Durden

Helena Bonham Carter

as Marla Singer

Meat Loaf

as Robert "Bob" Paulson

Jared Leto

as Angel Face

Zach Grenier

as Richard Chesler

Holt McCallany

as The Mechanic

Eion Bailey

as Ricky

Richmond Arquette

as Intern

David Andrews

as Thomas

Christina Cabot

as Group Leader

Tim DeZarn

as Inspector Bird

Ezra Buzzington

as Inspector Dent

Bob Stephenson

as Airport Security Officer

David Lee Smith

as Walter

Carl Ciarfalio

as Lou's Body Guard

Stuart Blumberg

as Car Salesman

Mark Fite

as Second Man at Auto Shop

Matt Winston

as Seminary Student

Lauren Sánchez

as Channel 4 Reporter

Thom Gossom Jr.

as Detective Stern

Markus Redmond

as Detective Kevin

Van Quattro

as Detective Andrew

Michael Girardin

as Detective Walker

David Jean Thomas

as Policeman

Paul Carafotes

as Salvator - Winking Bartender

Christopher John Fields

as Proprietor of Dry Cleaners

Michael Shamus Wiles

as Bartender in Halo

George Maguire

as Group Leader

Eugenie Bondurant

as Weeping Woman

Rachel Singer

as Chloe

Christie Cronenweth

as Airline Attendant

Dierdre Downing-Jackson

as Businesswoman on Plane

Charlie Dell

as Doorman

Rob Lanza

as Man in Suit

Joel Bissonnette

as Food Court Maître D'

Evan Mirand

as Steph

Robby Robinson

as Next Month's Opponent

Lou Beatty Jr.

as Cop at Marla's Building

Valerie Bickford

as Susan - Comsetics Buyer

Todd Peirce

as First Man at Auto Shop

Joon Kim

as Raymond K. Hessel

Bennie Moore

as Bus Driver with Broken Nose

Pat McNamara

as Commissioner Jacobs

Tyrone R. Livingston

as Banquet Speaker

Owen Masterson

as Airport Valet

Anderson Bourell

as Bruised Bar Patron #1

Scotch Ellis Loring

as Bruised Bar Patron #2

Andi Carnick

as Hotel Desk Clerk

Edward Kowalczyk

as Waiter at Clifton's

Leonard Termo

as Desk Sergeant

Michael Arturo

as BMW Salesman (uncredited)

Greg Bronson

as Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Matt Cinquanta

as Fighter (uncredited)

Paul Dillon

as Irvin (uncredited)

Tom Falzone

as Vomiting Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Eddie Hargitay

as Chanting Fighter (uncredited)

Phil Hawn

as Banquet Guest (uncredited)

Bruce Holman

as Waiter in Bridgeworth Suites Corporate Video (uncredited)

Jawara

as Fight Patron Saying 'I don't know. What's going on?' (uncredited)

Baron Jay

as Waiter (uncredited)

Jim Jenkins

as Restaurant Maitre D' (uncredited)

Kevin Scott Mack

as Passenger Clutching Armrest (uncredited)

Trey Ore

as Fight Club Patron / Guy #2 in Video Store (uncredited)

Louis Ortiz

as Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Hugh Peddy

as Fight Club Man (uncredited)

J.T. Pontino

as Fight Club Man (uncredited)

Chad Randau

as Waiter (uncredited)

Marcio Rosario

as Fighter (uncredited)

Gregory Silva

as Riley Wilde - Fighter (uncredited)

Brian Tochi

as Fight Bully (uncredited)

Alekxia Valdez

as Bar Worker (uncredited)

Michael Zagst

as Support Group Member (uncredited)

Gökhan Öncel

as Man at the Club (uncredited)

Philip Centanni

as Space Monkey (uncredited)

Marc Cinquanta

as Space Monkey (uncredited)

Summer Moore

as Marla's Neighbor (uncredited)