In addition to being the kick-ass lead singer of Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong has slowly but surely been slowly building a resume as a sometimes actor. From his role in GD's Broadway musical American Idiot to a gig as a mysterious stranger on Nurse Jackie, a bad boyfriend in the movie Like Sunday, Like Rain and last week's turn as Charlie Chaplin in Drunk History, the rock icon has shown a fairly wide range in handling both drama and comedy. His biggest role to date is on the horizon in his debut as a lead in the comedy Ordinary World (Oct. 14), in which he plays a middle-aged punk rock dad grappling with his lost youth alongside Selma Blair and Fred Armisen.
Here's a look at Billie's five best roles:
St. Jimmy in American Idiot on Broadway (2010-2011)