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Janet Jackson
JanetJacksonUnbreakableTourSanFran2015.jpg
Jackson performing on her Unbreakable Tour in 2015
KamundaganJanet Damita Jo Jackson
(1966-05-16) Mayo 16, 1966 (edad 55)
Gary, Indiana, U.S.
Trabaho
  • mang-aawit
  • panunulat ng kanta
  • mang-nanayaw
  • aktres
  • record producer
  • film producer
  • businesswoman
  • philanthropist
  • author
Mga taon na aktibo1973-kasalukuyan
Agom

Mga aki1
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • keyboards
Labels
Websityo
janetjackson.com


Pilmograpiya[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Pelikula[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Taon Titulo Papel Direktor Halaga Box office Ref
USD$ Worldwide
1993 Poetic Justice Justice John Singleton $14 million $27.5 million [1]
2000 Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Professor Denise Gaines Peter Segal $65 million $175 million [2][3]
2007 Why Did I Get Married? Dr. Patricia Agnew Tyler Perry $15 million $55.9 million [4][5]
2010 Why Did I Get Married Too? Dr. Patricia Agnew Tyler Perry $20 million $60.7 million [6][7]
2010 For Colored Girls Joanna / Red Tyler Perry $19 million $37.7 million [8]

Telebisyon[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Taon Titulo Papel Kaggibo Mga Serye Ref
1975 Cher Herself George Schlatter 1 episode (Season 1, Episode 6) [9]
1976–77 The Jacksons Herself 12 episodes
1977–78 Good Times Penny Woods Eric Monte & Mike Evans 48 episodes [10]
1979 A New Kind of Family Jojo Ashton Bob Illes & James R. Stein 3 episodes [11]
1980–84 Diff'rent Strokes Charlene Duprey Jeff Harris & Bernie Kukoff 10 episodes [12]
1984–85 Fame Cleo Hewitt Christopher Gore 7 episodes [13]
1985 The Love Boat Delia Parks Jeraldine Saunders 2 episodes [14]
1989 Rhythm Nation 1814 Film Herself Janet Jackson & Dominic Sena Televised short film / musical [15]
2004 Saturday Night Live Herself Beth McCarthy-Miller Host and musical guest; seven sketches (Season 29, episode 17) [16]
2004 Will & Grace Herself David Kohan & Max Mutchnick "Back Up, Dancer" (Season 7, episode 2) [17]

Mga Komersyal[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Taon Sponsor Ref
1984–85 National / Panasonic
[18]
1990 Japan Airlines
[19][20]
1993 Virgin Records
[21][22]
1993–94 KDDI TU-KA
[23][24]
1998 MTV
[25][26]
1998 HBO
[27]
1998–99 Pepsi
[28][29]
2001 MTV Icon: Janet Jackson
[30][31]
2001 Jaguar X-Type
[32]
2002 HBO
[33]
2004 CBS
[34]
2004 BET
[35][36][37]
2008 MTV
[38][39]
2008 LOGO
[40]
2008 Nivea Cosmetics
[41][42]
2010 The Trevor Project
[43]
2012 Nutrisystem
[44][45][46]
2012 amfAR
[47][48][49]
2013 UNICEF
  • Public service announcement for humanitarian assistance for world hunger relief
[50]

Diskograpiya[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • Janet Jackson (1982)
  • Dream Street (1984)
  • Control (1986)
  • Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989)
  • janet. (1993)
  • The Velvet Rope (1997)
  • All for You (2001)
  • Damita Jo (2004)
  • 20 Y.O. (2006)
  • Discipline (2008)
  • Unbreakable (2015)

Mga Tour[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • Rhythm Nation World Tour (1990)
  • Janet World Tour (1993–95)
  • The Velvet Rope World Tour (1998–99)
  • All for You Tour (2001–02)
  • Rock Witchu Tour (2008)
  • Number Ones, Up Close and Personal (2011)
  • Unbreakable Tour (2015-16)
  • State Of The World Tour (2017)

Toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

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