John Lydon Net Worth

John Lydon Net Worth is
$15 Million

John Lydon Biography

$15 Million: John Joseph Lydon (born 31 January 1956), also known by his previous stage name Johnny Rotten, can be an English singer-songwriter and musician, most widely known as the business lead singer of the punk rock-band Sex Pistols from 1975 until 1978, and once again for various revivals through the 1990s and 2000s. He’s the business lead singer of the post-punk band Public Picture Ltd (PiL), which he founded and fronted from 1978 until 1993, and again since 2009. Not only is it the founder, Lydon can be the business lead singer of

Quick Facts

Full NameJohn Lydon
Net Worth$15 Million
Height1.72 m
ProfessionRecord producer, Singer-songwriter, Television presenter, Actor, Songwriter, Visual Artist
EducationWestminster Kingsway College
SpouseNora Forster
ParentsJohn Christopher Lydon, Eileen Lydon
SiblingsMartin Lydon, Bobby Lydon, Jimmy Lydon
AwardsNME Award for Best Book, NME Award for Most Wonderful Human Being, Porin Special Merit Award for Achievement in Music, NME Award for Face of the Decade
Music GroupsSex Pistols, Public Image Ltd, Pigface
NominationsNME Award for Best Quote
MoviesSons of Norway, The Independent, Copkiller, The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle
TV ShowsJuke Box Jury, 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock

Interesting Facts

1DJ for BBC Radio Two [October 2002]
2He was supposed to be on Pan American World Airways Flight 103 from London's Heathrow International Airport to New York's John F. Kennedy Airport on December 21, 1988, but missed the flight because his wife Nora, hadn't packed in time. The plane crashed over the town of Lockerbie, Scotland when a terrorist bomb exploded in the forward cargo hold, killing all 259 passengers and crew.
3Lives in Los Angeles with his wife and Step-children.
4Is portrayed by Mark Windows in 24 Hour Party People (2002).
5Stepfather of Ari Up (née Ariana Forster) of the punk band The Slits.
6Is portrayed by Andrew Schofield in Sid and Nancy (1986)
7The Sex Pistols were voted the 58th Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Artists of all time by Rolling Stone.
8The whole "Johnny Rotten" persona was indicated as a stage act in "The Filth & the Fury," the considerably more flattering of two documentaries on the Sex Pistols. Johnny Lydon was said to be a sickly, quiet, bookish type before he joined the group and the documentary showed that many aspects of his stage persona were inspired directly by Laurence Olivier's performance in the film "Richard III": the hunched back, the half-sneer/half-grin, the loud clothes, the tendency to shout insults at any "passersby."
9Lydon was knifed by offended Royalists after the Sex Pistols' classic anti-monarchy song "God Save The Queen" was released, resulting in the permanent loss of feeling in the middle two fingers of his left hand. He has played the guitar right-handed ever since.
10Son of John Christopher and Eileen Lydon.
11Sufferred Spinal Meningitis as a child.
12Three younger brothers, Jimmy, Bobby and Martin Lydon


1Spiked hair and sneer
2Raw vocals


1[on Public Image Ltd.] Public Image is closer to jazz than anything else. Which is odd, because I hate jazz. I can't bear all those saxophone and trumpet-blowers, they drive me insane.
2[on the 1986 biopic Sid and Nancy] I cannot understand why anyone would want to put out a movie like Sid and Nancy and not bother to speak to me; Alex Cox, the director, didn't. He used as his point of reference - of all the people on this earth - Joe Strummer! That guttural singer from The Clash? What the fuck did he know about Sid and Nancy? That's probably all he could find, which was really scraping the bottom of the barrel. The only time Alex Cox made any approach toward me was when he sent the chap who was playing me over to New York where I was. This actor told me he wanted to talk about the script. During the two days he was there, he told me that the film had already been completed. The whole thing was a sham. It was a ploy to get my name used in connection with the film, in order to support it. To me this movie is the lowest form of life. I honestly believe that it celebrates heroin addiction. It definitely glorifies it at the end when that stupid taxi drives off into the sky. That's such nonsense. The squalid New York hotel scenes were fine, except they needed to be even more squalid. All of the scenes in London with the Pistols were nonsense. None bore any sense of reality. The chap who played Sid, Gary Oldman, I thought was quite good. But even he only played the stage persona as opposed to the real person. I don't consider that Gary Oldman's fault because he's a bloody good actor. If only he had the opportunity to speak to someone who knew the man. I don't think they ever had the intent to research properly in order to make a seriously accurate movie. It was all just for money, wasn't it? To humiliate somebody's life like that - and very successfully - was very annoying to me. The final irony is that I still get asked questions about it. I have to explain that it's all wrong. It was all someone else's fucking fantasy, some Oxford graduate who missed the punk rock era. The bastard. When I got back to London, they invited me to a screening. So I went to see it and was utterly appalled. I told Alex Cox, which was the first time I met him, that he should be shot, and he was quite lucky I didn't shoot him. I still hold him in the lowest light. Will the real Sid please stand up? As for how I was portrayed, well, there's no offense in that. It was so off and ridiculous. It was absurd. Champagne and baked beans for breakfast? Sorry. I don't drink champagne. He didn't even speak like me. He had a Scouse accent. Worse, there's a slur implied in the movie that I was jealous of Nancy, which I find particularly loathsome. There is that implication that I feel was definitely put there. I guess that's Alex Cox showing his middle class twittery. It's all too glib, it's all too easy.
3When I first started, we assumed you couldn't go anywhere unless you had a label. But now, if you're successful at live gigs, you can make things yourselves, and present them uncontaminated.
4You can't all be fabulously out-there experimenters - you need someone who is a good structuralist to build these ideas into a solid foundation. You need a rock to build your church on.
5There was no vicious undertone in us, no nasty edge. And certainly none of the deadpan, dreary political opinions like The Clash wallowed in. We lived in the real world. We actually did come from council flats. We knew the consequences of socialism.
6I'd give it all up in a flying fart second if I wanted to. But I'm only doing this because I love it. I'm now 51, and I feel quite happy about that. And if you don't, then fuck off, 'cos this is my life, mate, not yours. As for the old Pete Townshend lyric, "I hope I die before I get old" - well, no! Every time I meet Pete I tell him the same thing: "Aren't you sorry you said that?"
7I'm getting a bit short-sighted now, so I just file everything according to colour, and pick up random CDs. You'll find everything there - jungle, Chris Isaak, Abba, Miles Davis, Sun Ra, the lot. Oh, and Mozart. Always Mozart. That crept into me from the soundtrack to that wonderful film, Barry Lyndon (1975). Some elements of country music annoy me, so you won't find much of that. Same with New Orleans trad jazz, those silly banjos and soprano saxes really bug me. It sounds like a French traffic jam. Otherwise, anything goes.
8The whole "I Hate Pink Floyd Thing" was hilarious. Anyone who took that seriously needs a new head. As it happens, I love early Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett - the original Sid Vicious, by the way - and even some of the '70s stuff. I just hated the assumption that they were holier than God and you couldn't give them a knock.
9I've got no idea what happened to dear old Keith (Keith Levene). What a waste of talent. He used to be a great guitarist. But he made the mistake of over-grandiosing his own position in PiL, and then he complicated his life with various substances. And he ended up doing fuck all. Which is a shame, because there'd be no U2 without Keith's guitar style.
10I lost Sid, my best and dearest friend, to heroin, and it's not nice. You've got to get away from drugs as escapism. There's nothing you need to run away from yourself as a human being. Quite the opposite. Learn to love thyself and all will be fine.
11She's a wonderful, wonderful woman, stunningly innovative and creative. One of our finest. (On Kate Bush)
12I remember Pete Townshend once saying, "I hope I die before I get old". I thought then, well, I hope it works out for you, but me, I'm more than happy to get old.
13Music can describe emotions far more accurately than words ever can. As soon as I realised that, I knew music was where I wanted to be.
14The only place I have ever felt truly comfortable is on stage. I still get the nerves and the doubts beforehand, but on stage I feel that's my home.
15I have no idea why, but the music industry seems intent in keeping me poor. They seem to enjoy investing in mediocrity and getting fat on profits from bands who are disposable. I can't allow it to stifle me. I know there are still people out there who want to hear the music I make. What I do is poetry in motion and it's completely original, which is a very rare thing these days. Everyone has had a piece of us from Radiohead to Massive Attack, but in the music business it seems to be a case of first come, least served.
16It costs a lot to go out on tour, there are a lot of wages to pay, so if Country Life want to pay me to be in their adverts I will be there. I don't know what people find so wrong about me selling British products, to me it would seem to be a good thing. The one thing I have never done and never will do is sell out.
17We never bought into that Pete Townsend 'Hope I die before I get old' crap. We love our beer bellies, and you're gonna, too.
18I'm surprised we aren't in jail for treason.
19Asked if he considered himself to be in the punk movement of the 70's: I would say that would be a hindsight statement. No, at the time it wasn't big at all, it was very small. The day the Sex Pistols ceased to exist was the day they became important and relevant. It wasn't working. They wanted to turn us into the Rolling Stones and I didn't want that.
20Yes, with a vengeance, but we share a common cause, and that's your money. (Asked whether The Sex Pistols, about to commence their "Filthy Lucre" reunion tour, still hated each other )
21The whole Bill Grundy incident was lovely. It was heaven. He ruined his own career. It wasn't me.
22On life in England before the Pistols: "You learn to expect nothing. You get nothing. You start off in school and they take your soul away. They take your brains away. You're not allowed to have an opinion that differs from theirs. So when you leave school, your only future is getting married... and by that time you've got two kids and you just want to commit suicide."
23(At the grand opening of the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas): "I love it! It's so quintessentially American! It's a cross between a mausoleum of pop music and a temple of greed!"
24On Blair's Third Way: "Margaret Thatcher politics under a Labour Party guise."
25On the royal family: "my father worked very hard and had a lot of tax taken off to support what I'd seen as a bunch of lazy good-for-nothing inbreds. And I think time has proved me right. The British now completely agree with me on that. So, my attitude would be, about them now, to sell them off to Disneyland. I think that they would be wonderful next to the Epcot Center! And that would solve a lot of Britain's economic problems."
26I think national pride leads to nothing but wars and hates.
27Well, with the Pistols, there was a lot of books that came out by people who weren't there, didn't know us and exaggerated the whole thing into being some political movement. Which it wasn't. This was a bunch of people who had opinions on things. Very important opinions, it turns out. But nothing more than that. And all covered up in pop music.
28It was brought up in Parliament that I should be tied to "Traitor's Gate" and drowned. That's one of the comments from some MP. Wouldn't have been such a bad idea, really. It'd sell records.
29On marriage: "I'm well known for being completely loyal; once I make a commitment, it's forever."
30The sheep who buy Korn and Limp Bizkit . . . they're completely, utterly foolish.
31On Michael Jackson: "I get censored on TV, but you have that thing parading around, waving its crotch at little children. Tell me that's not seriously corrupt."
32I don't think there's any such thing as rock 'n' roll anymore -- it's an amalgamation of business interests
33On using drugs: "I used to. And found that I wasn't getting too much done."
34On anarchism: "anarchy, frankly -- if you take it quite literally -- is mind games for the middle class. When you come from desperate poverty, and that's exactly what I come from, you know that nonsenses are not to be tolerated. I'm not sure who gains from chaos, but I know it's not the poor folks in the council flats. The politics of vindictiveness is never, ever anything like a solution."
35On the Rolling Stones: "Good luck to them. You know, if they enjoy doing what they're doing, I'd say well and fine. But, I'm not sure that's the reason they exist. I think it's much more to do with making money."
36On The Cure: "They're a band I have no time for whatsoever. I think they're a farce."
37On rock: "It needs a new generation to come out and kick everybody. I'm not going to do it myself. I've done my bit for society."
38On disco: "I see no problem admiring the Bee Gees and being in The Sex Pistols."
39On Princess Diana's funeral: "Watching that ridiculous funeral, and particularly here in LA watching people crying over their TV sets over someone they didn't understand at all... they just didn't get it. And who paid for the funeral?"
40On Princess Diana: "She was a thoroughly useless spare tit."
41On Liam Gallagher of Oasis: "Whether Liam knows it or not he's become bourgeois, though he pretends not to be"
42On Nelson Mandela: "I think he's a complete fake. Anyone that condoned killing and slaughter and all those things that he went to jail for originally. How can he now be a man of peace and wisdom and wonder?"
43On the Spice Girls: "They're vacuous, talentless, and what on earth does girl power mean?"
44The day I run out of ideas is the day I stop making records.
45On the Filthy Lucre reunion tour: "I wanted to just finally and forever put an end to the myth that's grown up around the Sex Pistols. To just call it 'full stop', the end, finish. Then nobody can blabber on 'ad infinitum' and exaggerate and mythologize about a band that wasn't too brilliant in the first place. I mean, I know where all the talent lay... me! So I thought it would be fun to bring the other three out and show them up for the fools they are."
46On Sid Vicious: "I could take on England, but I couldn't take on one heroin user."
47On live music: "It's uncomfortable...It's badly done and it all relates to a PA system and a bad engineer. How to get sweaty with people you don't know, bad toilets and a long line at the bar. I can tell you, it ain't good for the band or you the audience."
48On Howard Stern: "He's one joke that's already tired."
49On Kurt Cobain: Don't tell me he was a sensitive soul. If he was sensitive, he would have been aware that he has responsibilities to other human beings. Really, what he did was he took the easy way out, and became, to my mind, a very selfish person. Very self-centered, to do that. He could have received a lot more help from those around him. I feel sorry for him in that respect. But, you know, I actually wanted to work with him. And it pisses me off."
50On music: "If you want to call it art, then do, but I'd put an 'f' in front of that."
51On Prodigy: "I should put a lawsuit out on that lot! Talk about ripping my ****ing stuff off. What a fraud."
52On rap: "Well it started out bloody well and fine, didn't it? It was very varied, it was very multicultural and had no limitations. And it soon narrowed itself into a very ridiculous, black-only attitude. And even as an all-black music formula, they still disrespect each other, in the most appalling ways."
53On Elvis Presley: "Dreadful old windbag! And I think somebody should point out that his so-called "illustrious career" - he never, not once, wrote a single song."
54On Madonna: "I think she's an opportunist more than a talent. But, you know, she's a very good opportunist."
55On Keith from Prodigy: "He's got my hair, he's got my accent!"
56On hosting his own show: "If the Osmonds have got the opportunity, then why the hell shouldn't I?"
57On punk in the nineties: "There isn't no such thing anymore. That's something that happened way back in the late 70s. Historically, that's where it belongs. You gotta move on. Anyone imitating that now in the 90's is a bit of a fool. You should have your own thing and stop looking up to Granddad."
58On body piercing: "It's just a fad now. About as much content in it as Prodigy."
59On his relationship with his father: "We never ever spoke, really, seriously at all until the day I left home. And from then on in, it's been friendship total."
60On Malcolm Mclaren: "I'm not aware of him anymore. I haven't been for quite a long time."
61On being on tour with the other Sex Pistols again: "They don't seem to relate to the world around them. They're stuck in this 1976 vibe. It's very peculiar. It was a bit like walking around with a museum attached to you. But then, I'm perverse enough to enjoy that."
62On acting: "I hated it. It was too long, too stressful; two minutes' working day and 12 hours' fear and nausea. And no improvising; you're just a hired robot. That might be all right for people that don't have any kind of personality, but if you have anything going for your own self, it's very, very frustrating that way."




Pop Gold2015TV Mini-Series writer - 1 episode
Constantine2014TV Series writer - 1 episode
Genesis: Together and Apart2014TV Movie documentary writer: "Anarchy in the UK"
Ànima2013TV Series writer - 1 episode
Fairport Convention, Who Knows Where the Time Goes?2012TV Movie writer: "Anarchy in the UK"
London Calling2012TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
¿Donde estabas tú en los 70?2012TV Movie writer: "God Save the Queen"
Metal Evolution2011TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
W.E.2011lyrics: "Pretty Vacant" / music: "Pretty Vacant"
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth2011Documentary writer: "Pretty Vacant"
I Melt with You2011writer: "Pretty Vacant"
Por Toda Minha Vida2007-2010TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Get Him to the Greek2010writer: "Anarchy in the U.K." - as John Rotten
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2010TV Series writer - 1 episode
Worried About the Boy2010TV Movie lyrics: "Anarchy In The UK" / writer: "Anarchy In The UK"
The Runaways2010writer: "Pretty Vacant"
Welcome to the 80'sTV Series documentary performer - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2009
Banda sonora2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
SuperNews!2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
Metal Machine Music: Nine Inch Nails and the Industrial Uprising2009Video documentary writer: "Anarchy in the UK"
Guitar Hero World Tour2008Video Game writer: "Pretty Vacant"
Maradona by Kusturica2008Documentary writer: "God Save The Queen"
Waltz with Bashir2008Documentary writer: "This Is Not A Love Song"
The Promotion2008writer: "Rise" 1986
PunklandiaTV Series documentary lyrics - 1 episode, 2008 writer - 1 episode, 2008
South Park2007TV Series writer - 1 episode
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock2007Video Game writer: "Anarchy In The UK" - as Johnny Rotten
Joy Division2007Documentary writer: "Pretty Vacant" - as Lydon
Control2007Live version, as Johnny Lydon, "Problems"
CHIKARA Tag World Grand Prix 2005, Night 12005Video writer: "Anarchy In The UK" - as Lydon
On the Road2003Video documentary short writer: "Holidays in the Sun" - uncredited
Lost in Translation2003writer: "God Save the Queen" 1977
Mayor of the Sunset Strip2003Documentary writer: "Holidays in the Sun"
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 42002Video Game writer: "Anarchy in the UK"
The Rules of Attraction2002writer: "Rise"
The Sopranos2002TV Series writer - 1 episode
24 Hour Party People2002writer: "Anarchy In The UK"
Acústico MTV: Legião Urbana2001TV Movie writer: "On the Way Home"
Walk on By: The Story of Popular Song2001TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
Freddy Got Fingered2001writer: "Problems"
The Million Dollar Hotel2000writer: "Anarchy in the U.S.A."
The Filth and the Fury2000Documentary writer: "God Save The Queen" Symphony, "Submission", "Seventeen", "Anarchy In The UK", "Pretty Vacant", "Did You No Wrong", "Liar", "EMI", "No Feelings", "I Wanna Be Me", "God Save The Queen", "Problems", "Holidays In The Sun", "Bodies" - as Lydon
Whatever Happened to Harold Smith?1999writer: "Anarchy in the UK"
Performance and Cocktails: Live at Morfa Stadium1999Video writer: "Holidays in the Sun" - as Rotten
Rogue Trader1999writer: "Open Up"
That '70s Show1999TV Series writer - 1 episode
Omnibus1998TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
Basquiat1996writer: "Public Image", "Rise"
Top of the PopsTV Series writer - 3 episodes, 1977 - 1996 lyrics - 1 episode, 1978
Hackers1995performer: "Open Up" / writer: "Open Up"
The Flintstones1994writer: "ANARCHY IN THE UK" - as J. Lydon
Green Jelly: Cereal Killer1992Video writer: "Anarchy in the U.K."
Hasta luego cocodrilo1992TV Series writer - 1 episode
Mystery Science Theater 30001991TV Series writer - 1 episode
Point Break1991writer: "Criminal" - as Johnny Lydon
Hardware1990writer: "The Order of Death"
Slaves of New York1989writer: "Warrior"
Hiding Out1987writer: "Seattle"
Sid and Nancy1986writer: "God Save The Queen", "Anarchy In The UK", "No Feelings", "Holidays In The Sun", "Pretty Vacant", "Problems" - as Rotten
Miami Vice1986TV Series writer - 1 episode
Cool Cats: 25 Years of Rock 'n' Roll Style1983Video documentary writer: "Pretty Vacant", "Anarchy In The UK" - uncredited
Party Party1983writer: "No Feelings" - as J. Rotten
Anarchism in America1983Documentary writer: "Anarchy In The UK" - uncredited
A Night at Halsted's1982writer: "Anarchy in the U.K." - uncredited
American Pop1981writer: "Pretty Vacant" - as Johnny Rotten
Fear No Evil1981writer: "Anarchy in the UK"
D.O.A.1980Documentary writer: "Pretty Vacant", "Holidays in the Sun", "Bodies", "Anarchy in the U.K.", "New York", "E.M.I.", "Liar", "God Save the Queen", "I Wanna Be Me"
The London Weekend Show1976TV Series writer - 1 episode


Hold Tight!1982TV SeriesGuest Artist
The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle1980The Collaborator (as Johnny Rotten)
Football Kingdompre-productionSaul Hakim
Sons of Norway2011Johnny Rotten (as Johnny Rotten)
John Lydon: A Culture Show Special2010TV Movie
Bad News Mr. Swanson2001TV MovieDeath
The Independent2000Baruce
The Esperanto Family1990TV Mini-SeriesNarrator
Order of Death1983Leo Smith

Music Department

Sex Pistols: Agents of Anarchy2009TV Movie documentary composer: theme music


Breakfast of Imbeciles2005Video words of wisdom and guidance - as Johnny Rotten


Lost in Translation2003thanks


Emerson: Pictures of an Exhibitionist2015post-productionHimself (rumored)
Steel Pulse: The Definitive DocumentaryDocumentary post-productionHimself
The Greg Gutfeld Show2015TV SeriesHimself
Lennon or McCartney2014Documentary shortHimself
This Week2014TV SeriesHimself
Channel 4 News2014TV SeriesHimself
Loose Women2014TV SeriesHimself
Super Duper Alice Cooper2014DocumentaryHimself (voice)
The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Guth2013TV Series documentaryHimself
Question Time2012TV SeriesHimself
Punk Britannia2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Beware of Mr. Baker2012Documentary
The Hour2012TV SeriesHimself
Glasnost Rock - Rock Summer 882011TV Movie documentaryHimself
The One Show2008-2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
Breakfast2010TV SeriesHimself - Punk Rock Pioneer
Queens of British Pop2009TV SeriesHimself
Sex Pistols: Agents of Anarchy2009TV Movie documentary
Kenny & vänner2008TV SeriesHimself - Guest
There'll Always Be an England2008VideoHimself
Red Eye w/Tom Shillue2008TV SeriesHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2007TV SeriesHimself
Bodog Music Battle of the Bands2007TV SeriesHimself
Seven Ages of Rock2007TV Series documentaryHimself
The Story of Punk2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2003-2006TV SeriesHimself
Orange Playlist2006TV SeriesHimself
The British Comedy Awards 20052005TV SpecialHimself
John Lydon's Megabugs2005TV Series documentaryHimself
John Lydon: The Best of British £1 Notes2005VideoHimself
Heaven and Earth with Gloria Hunniford2005TV SeriesHimself
Avenue of the Stars: 50 Years of ITV2005TV SpecialHimself
Forty Years of Fuck2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
Blood on the Turntable2004TV Series documentaryHimself
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross2001-2004TV SeriesHimself
I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!2004TV SeriesHimself
The Bronx Bunny Show2003TV SeriesHimself
The Belzer Connection2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Classic Albums: Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols2002Video documentaryHimself - Vocals
VH-1 Where Are They Now?2002TV Series documentaryHimself
V Graham Norton2002TV SeriesHimself
RI:SE2002TV SeriesHimself
The Punk Years2002TV Series documentaryHimself
100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock2000TV Mini-Series documentaryHImself - Member, Sex Pistols
Tout le monde en parle2000TV SeriesHimself
Rotten TV2000TV SeriesHimself - Host
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart2000TV SeriesHimself
Top Ten2000TV Series documentaryHimself
The Filth and the Fury2000DocumentaryHimself (as Johnny Rotten)
Fantasy World Cup1998TV SeriesHimself
Judge Judy1998TV SeriesHimself
Politically Incorrect1997TV SeriesHimself
Punk and the Pistols1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The History of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 91995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1994TV SeriesHimself
The Word1992TV SeriesHimself
X-Large1989TV Series documentaryHimself
Rockstop!1987TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Public Image Ltd.: Videos1986Video shortHimself (as Public Image Ltd.)
Anarchy Movie '851985VideoHimself (as Public Image Ltd.)
Entrées de secours1983Short documentaryLui-même (as Johnny Rotten)
Public Image Ltd.: Live in Japan '831983VideoHimself (as Public Image Ltd.)
D.O.A.1980DocumentaryHimself (as Johnny Rotten)
Tomorrow Coast to Coast1980TV SeriesHimself
British Rock1980DocumentaryHimself (as Johnny Rotten)
Top of the Pops1979TV SeriesHimself - Lead Singer: Public Image Ltd.
Juke Box Jury1979TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Punk Rock Movie from England1978DocumentaryHimself (as The Sex Pistols)
Today1976TV SeriesHimself
The London Weekend Show1976TV SeriesHimself
So It Goes1976TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Pop Gold2015TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Top of the Pops: The Story of 19792014TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 70s2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Top of the Pops: The Story of 19772012TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Top of the Pops: The Story of 19762011TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Welcome to the 80's2009TV Series documentaryHimself
British Style Genius2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Punklandia2008TV Series documentaryHimself
'Abigail's Party' Pack2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Por Toda Minha Vida2007TV SeriesHimself
NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell2007TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Final 242007TV Series documentaryHimself
Joy Division: Under Review2006Video documentaryHimself
Mayor of the Sunset Strip2003DocumentaryHimself (as Johnny Rotten)
End of the Century2003DocumentaryHimself (as Johnny Rotten)
24 Hour Party People2002Himself (uncredited)
Bad Hair Days2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Rage: 20 Years of Punk Rock West Coast Style2001DocumentaryHimself
25 Years of Punk2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
If I Should Fall from Grace: The Shane MacGowan Story2001DocumentaryHimself
Top of the Pops: The True Story2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Top of the Pops1978-1996TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Lead Singer: Public Image Ltd.
Dancing Barefoot1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Cathode Fuck1986Video documentaryHimself, Member of Public Image Limited (PiL)
Cool Cats: 25 Years of Rock 'n' Roll Style1983Video documentaryHimself (as Johnny Rotten)
Sex Pistols Number 11977ShortHimself

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