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This is a list of works by American actor and musician David Hasselhoff


David Hasselhoff discography

David Hasselhoff attending the “Stars and Stripes” benefit for Wounded Warriors at the Playboy Mansion on May 16, 2009
Studio albums 15
Compilation albums 12

David Hasselhoff released fifteen studio albums and twelve compilation albums In 1983, Hasselhoff released his debut single, “I Get The Message”, which couldn’t enter the charts In January 1985, he released his debut studio album, Night Rocker, which peaked at number one in Austria, and was certified Platinum there; it also reached the top-thirty in Germany The album includes “Our First Night Together”, a duet with his then-wife Catherine Hickland, which peaked at number 14 in Switzerland His second album, Lovin’ Feelings, was released in 1987, which reached the top-twenty in Austria and Germany, and was certified Gold in the former country

In 1988, Hasselhoff released the song “Looking for Freedom”, which became his biggest international hit of his career, peaking at number one in Austria, Germany and Switzerland It also reached number four on the European Hot 100 Singles chart; the top-twenty in France and Belgium; and the top-forty in the Netherlands The song was certified Platinum in Germany, and later became the best-performing single of 1989 in Germany and Switzerland On June 21, 1989, Hasselhoff released his third studio album of the same name, which also includes the singles “Is Everybody Happy”, which reached the top-ten in Germany and Switzerland; and “Flying on the Wings of Tenderness”, which peaked at number 22 in Germany The album was a commercial success, peaking inside the top-five in Austria, Germany and Switzerland His first compilation album, Knight Lover, was released later that year, and met with moderate success, peaking at numbers 17 and 32 in Switzerland and Germany, respectively

In August 1990, Hasselhoff released his fourth studio album, Crazy for You, which became his best-selling album of his career, peaking at number one in Austria and Switzerland, and also reaching the top-ten in Germany The album was another commercial success, being certified triple-Platinum in Switzerland, double-Platinum in Austria, and Platinum in Germany The album’s title track peaked at number four in Austria, and reached the top-twenty in Germany, and the top-thirty in Switzerland However, the second single, “Freedom for the World”, met with moderate success, peaking at numbers 30 and 48 in Austria and Germany, respectively In September 1991, Hasselhoff released his fifth studio album, David, which continued his success in Europe, being Hasselhoff’s third number-one album in Austria (where it was certified double-Platinum), and also being another top-ten album in Germany and Switzerland (where it was certified Platinum in both countries) The lead single, “Do The Limbo Dance”, became Hasselhoff’s second number-one single in Austria (where it was certified Gold), and also did well in Germany and Switzerland, reaching the top-twenty in both countries The following singles were another hits in Austria: “Gipsy Girl” (peaked at number 12) and “Hands Up for Rock ‘n’ Roll” (peaked at number 30) His second compilation For You was released later that year, but failed to chart

In September 1992, Hasselhoff’s sixth studio album Everybody Sunshine was released Though it was certified Gold in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, it failed to reach the commercial heights of his previous albums The album’s title track reached the top-thirty in Austria and Switzerland; however, the second single, “The Girl Forever” only peaked at number 78 in Germany In November 1993, Hasselhoff released his seventh studio album You Are Everything, which performed slightly better than its predecessor, but became a moderate commercial success The album was certified Gold in Austria (where it reached the top-ten) and Switzerland; and includes the songs “If I Could Only Say Goodbye”, which became his first song to enter the UK Singles chart, peaking at number 35; and “Wir zwei allein” which became a top-ten hit in Austria (which was certified Gold there), Germany and Switzerland A third compilation album, Crazy for You was released later that year, but failed to chart In October 1994, Hasselhoff released his eighth studio album Du, which became a commercial disappointment, being his first album not to receive any certification in Europe, and performing moderately in Austria, Germany and Switzerland The singles from Du –”Summer of Love” and the title track– failed to chart worldwide In 1995, Hasselhoff released four compilation albums: the first one, his self-titled album, was released in the United States, and became his first release there since Lovin’ Feelings in 1987 As an attempt to launch his singing career in the US, both the album and the single to promote it, “Fallin’ in Love” became very unsuccessful and didn’t enter any Billboard single or album chart Other compilations includes Watch Out for the Bay, Is Everybody Happy and Looking for the Best (which peaked at number 50 in Austria)

As departing with Ariola Records and BMG Music, Hasselhoff signed with Polydor Records and released his ninth studio album, Hooked on a Feeling in November 1997 Though the album’s title track peaked inside the top-forty in Austria, the album was very unsuccessful, becoming his first album that failed to chart in Germany, but it did well in Czech Republic (where it peaked at number 11) In Austria and Switzerland, sales were moderate, and became his lowest-selling album to that point of his career Subsequent compilation albums were released, including Watch Out for Hasselhoff, The Very Best Of and Greatest Hits, which all of them failed to chart In August 2004, Hasselhoff signed with Edel Records and released his tenth studio album David Hasselhoff Sings America, which performed better in Europe, peaking at numbers 11 and 27 in Austria and Germany, respectively The Night Before Christmas, his eleventh studio album (and his first Christmas album) was released later that year in November, but received negative reviews and became his first album that failed to chart worldwide In 2006, Hasselhoff released a cover of “Jump in My Car”, which became his highest-charting single in the UK, debuting at number three It became his first song to chart in Scotland (at number two), Ireland (at number 24) and Australia (at number 50) In 2011, Hasselhoff released his twelfth studio album A Real Good Feeling, which became a success in Austria and peaked at number three However, his thirteenth studio album This Time Around failed to chart worldwide

In 2015, Hasselhoff released the song “True Survivor”, which became his first entry on the Canadian Hot 100, peaking at number 94 Four years later, he released his fourteenth studio album, Open Your Eyes in September 2019, which charted moderately in Austria, Germany and Switzerland His fifteenth studio album Party Your Hasselhoff was released on September 3, 2021, and became Hasselhoff’s highest-charting album in Germany, debuting at number four and including the Neil Diamond Song Sweet Caroline

Studio albums

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
Night Rocker
  • Released: January 1985
  • Label: Silver Blue / Epic
1 30
  • AUT: Platinum
Lovin’ Feelings
  • Released: October 18, 1987
  • Label: CBS
11 16
  • AUT: Gold
Looking for Freedom
  • Released: June 21, 1989
  • Label: White / BMG
5 5 3
  • AUT: Platinum
  • GER: Platinum
  • SWI: 3× Platinum
Crazy for You
  • Released: August 6, 1990
  • Label: White / BMG
1 7 1
  • AUT: 2× Platinum
  • GER: Platinum
  • SWI: 3× Platinum
  • Released: September 9, 1991
  • Label: White / BMG
1 8 7
  • AUT: 2× Platinum
  • GER: Platinum
  • SWI: Platinum
Everybody Sunshine
  • Released: September 14, 1992
  • Label: White / BMG
16 21 17
  • AUT: Gold
  • GER: Gold
  • SWI: Gold
You Are Everything
  • Released: November 22, 1993
  • Label: Ariola / BMG
10 20 27
  • AUT: Gold
  • SWI: Gold
  • Released: October 17, 1994
  • Label: Ariola / BMG
21 43 41
Hooked on a Feeling
  • Released: November 10, 1997
  • Label: Polydor
49 11 41
David Hasselhoff Sings America
  • Released: February 2, 2004
  • Label: Edel
11 27
The Night Before Christmas
  • Released: November 8, 2004
  • Label: Edel
A Real Good Feeling
  • Released: April 1, 2011
  • Label: Sony / Ariola
3 26 53
This Time Around
  • Released: February 27, 2012
  • Label: Hoff
Open Your Eyes
  • Released: September 27, 2019
  • Label: Cleopatra
24 57 72
Party Your Hasselhoff
  • Released: September 3, 2021
  • Label: Restless / Schubert
6 4 14
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or was not released

Compilation albums

Title Album details Peak chart positions
Knight Lover
  • Released: July 1989
  • Label: CBS
36 17
For You
  • Released: 1991
  • Label: Epic
Crazy for You
  • Released: 1993
  • Label: Ariola Express
David Hasselhoff
  • Released: April 11, 1995
  • Label: Critique
Is Everybody Happy
  • Released: June 12, 1995
  • Label: Ariola Express
Looking for the Best
  • Released: October 9, 1995
  • Label: Ariola / BMG
Watch Out for Hasselhoff
  • Released: November 11, 1999
  • Label: Ariola Express / BMG
The Very Best of David Hasselhoff
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: Ariola / BMG
Greatest Hits
  • Released: February 23, 2004
  • Label: White / BMG
Das Allerbeste
  • Released: 2008
  • Label: White / Sony BMG
Feeling So High
  • Released: April 29, 2011
  • Label: Seven Days Music
Looking for Freedom – Das Beste!
  • Released: September 27, 2013
  • Label: Telamo / Warner Music
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or was not released


Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications Album
1983 “I Get the Message” Non-album single
1985 “Do You Love Me” Night Rocker
1987 “Life Is Mostly Beautiful with You” Lovin’ Feelings
“Night Rocker” Night Rocker
1988 “Looking for Freedom” 1 18 12 1 31 1
  • GER: Platinum
Looking for Freedom
1989 “Is Everybody Happy” 42 8 8
“Our First Night Together”
(with Catherine Hickland)
14 Night Rocker
“Song of the Night” Looking for Freedom
“Flying on the Wings of Tenderness” 22
“Torero – Te Quiero”
“Lonely Is the Night”
1990 “Je T’Aime Means I Love You”
“Crazy for You” 4 18 21 Crazy for You
“Freedom for the World” 30 48
“Let’s Dance Tonight”
1991 “Do the Limbo Dance” 1 12 19
  • AUT: Gold
“Gipsy Girl” 12
“Hands Up for Rock ‘n’ Roll” 30
“Are You Still In Love With Me”
1992 “Casablanca”
“Everybody Sunshine” 26 27 Everybody Sunshine
“The Girl Forever” 78
“Darling I Love You”
1993 “Dance Dance d’Amour” You Are Everything
“If I Could Only Say Goodbye” 35
“Wir zwei allein” (with Gwen) 4 9 10
  • AUT: Gold
“Pingu Dance” Non-album single
1994 “The Best Is Yet to Come” You Are Everything
“Summer of Love” Du
“Au Ciel, Une Etoile” (with Nadège) Non-album single
1995 “Fallin’ in Love” David Hasselhoff
“I Believe” (with Laura Branigan) Looking for the Best
1997 “Hooked on a Feeling” 36 Hooked on a Feeling
“Hold On My Love”
“More Than Words Can Say”
(with Regine Velasquez)
2004 “City of New Orleans” David Hasselhoff Sings America
“Please Come Home for Christmas”
(with Gwen)
The Night Before Christmas
2005 “Limbo Dance” (feat DJ Ostkurve) 98 Non-album single
2006 “Jump in My Car” 50 61 24 3 Open Your Eyes
2007 “As I Am” (with Patricia Lewis) Non-album single
2011 “It’s a Real Good Feeling” A Real Good Feeling
“California Girl”
2013 “Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again” Non-album single
2015 “True Survivor” 94 Kung Fury
2017 “The Song of the Summer”
(with Seven Bucks, Logan Paul & Desiigner)
Non-album single
“Guardians Inferno” Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
2019 “(You Made the) Summer Go Away”
(featuring Blümchen)
Non-album single
“Open Your Eyes” (featuring James Williamson) Open Your Eyes
2021 “The Passenger” Party Your Hasselhoff
“(I Just) Died in Your Arms”
“Sweet Caroline”
“I Was Made for Lovin’ You”
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or was not released



Year Title Role Notes
1975 The Lion Roars Again Costume Model short promo for MGM
1976 Revenge of the Cheerleaders Boner aka Keavy Foulkes
1979 Starcrash Prince Simon
1988 Starke Zeiten David German-language movie (English: Strong Times)
Three Crazy Jerks II [de] Michael Trutz von Rhein German-language movie
Witchery Gary
1989 Bail Out Roger “White Bread” Donaldson aka WB, Blue and the Bean
1990 The Final Alliance Will Colton
1995 Baywatch the Movie: Forbidden Paradise Mitch Buchannon Direct to video
1996 Dear God Himself
1998 Baywatch: White Thunder at Glacier Bay Mitch Buchannon Direct to video
1998 Legacy Jack Scott
1999 The Big Tease Himself
2000 The Target Shoots First Himself
Welcome to Hollywood Himself
2001 Jekyll & Hyde: Direct from Broadway Dr Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde
2002 The New Guy Himself
2003 Fugitives Run Clint
2004 DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story Himself
A Dirty Shame Himself Special Appearance
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Himself
2006 Click John Ammer
2007 Kickin’ It Old Skool Himself
2010 Dancing Ninja Ansel LaDouche / Mrs LaDouche
2011 Fuga de cerebros 2
Hop Himself
2012 Piranha 3DD Himself
Keith Lemon: The Film Himself
2014 Stretch Himself
2015 Ted 2 Himself Deleted scene (uncredited)
Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival The Designer Performs song “Only By Design” on the soundtrack
2017 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 The Form of David Hasselhoff Cameo
Baywatch The Mentor Cameo
Killing Hasselhoff Himself
TBA Kung Fury 2 Hoff 9000 (voice) Post-production

Television and internet

Year Title Role Notes
1975–1982 The Young and the Restless Dr William “Snapper” Foster Jr Main role (1975–82); appearance (2010)
1976 Griffin and Phoenix: A Love Story
1979 Pleasure Cove Scott Unsold pilot episode
1980 Semi-Tough Shake Tiller
1981 The Love Boat Brian / Tom Bell
1982–1986 Knight Rider Michael Knight Lead role
1984 Diff’rent Strokes Himself Guest appearance
1984 The Cartier Affair Curt Taylor Television movie (NBC)
1985 Bridge Across Time Don Gregory Television movie
1984 Kids incorporated Himself Guest appearance
1988 Perry Mason: The Case of the Lady in the Lake Bill Travis Television movie
1989–2000 Baywatch Mitch Buchannon Lead role
1989 Fire and Rain Dr Dan Meyer Television movie
1991 Knight Rider 2000 Michael Knight Television movie (failed pilot for television series)
1992 The Bulkin Trail Michael Bulkin Short
Ring of the Musketeers [de] John Smith D’Artagnan Television movie
1994 Avalanche Duncan Snyder Television movie (FOX)
1995–1997 Baywatch Nights Mitch Buchannon Lead role
1996 Gridlock Jake Gorsky Television movie (NBC)
1997 Night Man Katrina’s Assistant 1 episode (pilot)
1998 Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD Colonel Nick Fury Television movie
1999 3rd Rock from the Sun Dr Lasker Season 5, episode 5
2000 One True Love Mike Grant Television movie (CBS)
Whose Line Is It Anyway Guest appearance, 1 episode
2001 Shaka Zulu: The Citadel Mungo Prentice Television movie
2001 Fear Factor Himself Season 2, Episode 1
2002 Just Shoot Me! Himself Season 6, Episode 20
2003 Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding Mitch Buchannon Television film
2006 Still Standing Gary Maddox
Wildboyz Guest star
2006–2009 America’s Got Talent Main judge
2006–2012 Robot Chicken Various 4 episodes
2008 Knight Rider Michael Knight Television film
Anaconda 3: Offspring Stephen Hammett Television film
2009 The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay
Meet the Hasselhoffs Reality show
2010 The Hasselhoffs Himself Reality show
Dancing with the Stars Himself Contestant
Celebrity Juice Himself
2011 It’s Chris Narrator
Britain’s Got Talent
Piers Morgan’s Life Stories
Big Brother Himself Season 13, cameo appearance (to promote Same Name)
Same Name
Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night The Hoff Series 4 – in every episode, as ‘The Hoff’ asking celebrities a question
Ask Rhod Gilbert “The Authenticator” Series 2, episode 1
Never Mind the Buzzcocks The Host Series 25, episode 1
Sons of Anarchy Dondo Elgarian Season 4, episode 5
2012 The Christmas Consultant Owen Television movie (Lifetime)
The Magicians Series 2, episode 2
The Celebrity Apprentice Australia Himself Season 2
2013 Promi Big Brother Himself German reality television show
2014 Newsreaders Himself 3 episodes
Fast N’ Loud Himself 2 episodes
2015–2016 Hoff the Record Improv television series
2015 David Hasselhoff Show Finnish talk show
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Gilbert Grayson Shepard Television movie (Syfy)
2015 Kung Fury Hoff 9000 (voice) Movie short (Syfy) (internet)
2016 Sharknado: The 4th Awakens Colonel Gilbert Shepard Television movie (Syfy)
2017 The Grand Tour Guest, Celebrity Face Off Series 2 Episode 1
2019 SpongeBob SquarePants Himself Episode: SpongeBob’s Big Birthday Blowout
2020 Close Enough Himself Episode: Clap Like This
2021 Young Sheldon Himself (Cameo) Episode: Cowboy Aerobics and 473 Grease-Free Bolts

Video games

Year Title Voice role Media
2004 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Himself
2008 Pain Himself
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Vice President
2016 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Himself; N31L


Producing credits

  • 1989: WB Blue and Bean
  • 1990: DH Live and Forever
  • 1998: Baywatch: White Thunder at Glacier Bay
  • 1991–2001: Baywatch: EP
  • 2003: Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding
  • 2010: The Hasselhoffs
  • 2015: Killing Hasselhoff

Writing credits

  • 1995–97: Baywatch
  • 2015: Hoff The Record
  • 2019: Up Against the Wall, (Audiobook), publisher: Audible Original,

Stage work

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  • Chicago (London) – Billy Flynn
  • Jekyll & Hyde (Broadway) – Dr Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde
  • Grease – Danny Zuko
  • Jesus Christ Superstar – Judas Iscariot
  • The Producers (Las Vegas) – Roger DeBris
  • The Rocky Horror Show (Los Angeles) – Dr Frank N Furter
  • Peter Pan (London) – Captain Hook (2010–11)
  • Peter Pan (Bristol) – Captain Hook (2011–12)
  • Peter Pan (Manchester) – Captain Hook (2012–13)
  • Peter Pan (Nottingham) – Captain Hook (2013–14)
  • Peter Pan (Southend) – Captain Hook (2014–15)
  • Peter Pan (Glasgow) – Captain Hook (2015–16)
  • Last Night a DJ Saved My Life (UK Tour) – Ross (2015–16)
  • Peter Pan (Cardiff) – Captain Hook (2016–17)
  • 9 to 5 The Musical (Savoy Theatre, London) – Franklin Hart Jnr (2019–20)


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