Bob Dylan has also appeared in several films.
There are two DA Pennebaker documentaries of the man the (released in) 1967 feature length Dont Look Back anf the 1968 (released) TV special Eat The Document. The former being filmed on Dylan's 1965 tour of England and the latter being fillmed on Dylan's 1966 world tour with The Band.
His first major acting role was in the 1973 western "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid," directed by Sam Peckinpah. He also did the soundtrack.
Dylan also starred in and directed and wrote the 1978 "Renaldo and Clara," co-written by Sam Shepard,
His next staring role came in "Hearts of Fire," directed by Richard Marquand (the director of Return of the Jedi).
Other film appearances include an uncredited parts in "Cinema Verite: Defining the Moment" in 1999 and in Dennis Hopper's "Catchfire" in 1989.
Dylan most recently starred in "Masked and Anonymous."
Dylan plays as Jack Fate, a wandering troubadour, and washud up musician who is released from jail by his former manager for one last concert. Hummmnn interesting.