The actor, 67, reveals he has 35 more movies to go before he hits the career milestone.
Talking on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jackson said he was honoured to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the BET Awards last Sunday but had no plans to retire yet.
He said: ‘It’s kind of funny because it happens and you go, “So am I supposed to slow down or stop working now?” So I’m not sure.
‘Actually, somebody told me, “Well, you’re up to 165 (movies)”, so I’ve got to do at least 35 more movies to get to 200.’
The Django Unchained actor claimed he makes four or five films every year and spend more times overseas on film sets than he does at home.
He’s currently dividing his time between Los Angeles, Amsterdam and Bulgaria as he shoots The Hitman’s Bodyguard with Ryan Reynolds.
Jackson said: ‘I’m out more than I’m at home.’
The actor, who is promoting his new film The Legend of Tarzan, is the second highest grossing actor in US box office history after Harrison Ford.
The Legend of Tarzan is out in UK cinemas on July 6.By