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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Ocean's Eleven

Ocean's Eleven

Release Date: Wednesday, August 10 1960 (62 years ago)
Portrait of Frank SinatraFrank Sinatra
Danny Ocean
Frank Sinatra was:
Portrait of Dean MartinDean Martin
Sam Harmon
Dean Martin was:
Portrait of Sammy Davis Jr.Sammy Davis Jr.
Josh Howard
Sammy Davis Jr. was:
Portrait of Peter LawfordPeter Lawford
Jimmy Foster
Peter Lawford was:
Portrait of Angie DickinsonAngie Dickinson
Beatrice Ocean
Angie Dickinson was:
Portrait of Richard ConteRichard Conte
Anthony Bergdorf
Richard Conte was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Duke Santos
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Patrice WymorePatrice Wymore
Adele Ekstrom
Patrice Wymore was:
Portrait of Joey BishopJoey Bishop
"Mushy" O'Connors
Joey Bishop was:
Portrait of Akim TamiroffAkim Tamiroff
Spyros Acebos
Akim Tamiroff was:
Portrait of Henry SilvaHenry Silva
Roger Corneal
Henry Silva was:
Portrait of Ilka ChaseIlka Chase
Mrs. Restes
Ilka Chase was:
Portrait of Buddy LesterBuddy Lester
Vince Massler
Buddy Lester was:
Portrait of Richard BenedictRichard Benedict
"Curly" Steffans
Richard Benedict was:
Portrait of Jean WillesJean Willes
Mrs. Bergdorf
Jean Willes was:
Portrait of Norman FellNorman Fell
Peter Rheimer
Norman Fell was:
Portrait of Clem HarveyClem Harvey
Louis Jackson
Clem Harvey was:
Portrait of Hank HenryHank Henry
Mr. Kelly
Hank Henry was:
Portrait of Lew GalloLew Gallo
Adele's Date
Lew Gallo was:
Portrait of Robert FoulkRobert Foulk
Sheriff Wimmer
Robert Foulk was:
Portrait of Red SkeltonRed Skelton
Self
Red Skelton was:
Portrait of George RaftGeorge Raft
Jack Strager
George Raft was:
Portrait of Murray AlperMurray Alper
Deputy (uncredited)
Murray Alper was:
Portrait of Don AndersonDon Anderson
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Don Anderson was:
Portrait of Monya AndreMonya Andre
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Monya Andre was:
Portrait of Don BarryDon Barry
McCoy (uncredited)
Don Barry was:
Portrait of Mario BelliniMario Bellini
Waiter (uncredited)
Mario Bellini was:
Portrait of Marjorie BennettMarjorie Bennett
Mrs. Allenby (uncredited)
Marjorie Bennett was:
Portrait of Rummy BishopRummy Bishop
Castleman (uncredited)
Rummy Bishop was:
Portrait of Nicky BlairNicky Blair
Mourner at Cremation (uncredited)
Nicky Blair was:
Portrait of Willie BloomWillie Bloom
Stickman (uncredited)
Willie Bloom was:
Portrait of Richard BooneRichard Boone
Voice of Minister (voice) (uncredited)
Richard Boone was:
Portrait of George BoyceGeorge Boyce
Casino Patron (uncredited)
George Boyce was:
Portrait of Norman BrooksNorman Brooks
Self (uncredited)
Norman Brooks was:
Portrait of Paul BryarPaul Bryar
Cop (uncredited)
Paul Bryar was:
Portrait of Boyd CabeenBoyd Cabeen
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Boyd Cabeen was:
Portrait of David CarlileDavid Carlile
Attendant (uncredited)
David Carlile was:
Portrait of Laura CornellLaura Cornell
Honeyface (Massler's Wife) (uncredited)
Laura Cornell was:
Portrait of John CravenJohn Craven
Cashier (uncredited)
John Craven was:
Portrait of Ronnie DapoRonnie Dapo
Timmy Bergdorf (uncredited)
Ronnie Dapo was:
Portrait of Ken DuMainKen DuMain
Croupier (uncredited)
Ken DuMain was:
Portrait of George FennemanGeorge Fenneman
On Phone Talking to Sheriff Wimmer (voice) (uncredited)
George Fenneman was:
Portrait of Wesley GaleWesley Gale
Red Cap (uncredited)
Wesley Gale was:
Portrait of Ralph GambinaRalph Gambina
Burlesque Club Patron (uncredited)
Ralph Gambina was:
Portrait of Gregory GayeGregory Gaye
Freeman (Casino Owner) (uncredited)
Gregory Gaye was:
Portrait of John GeorgeJohn George
Vendor (uncredited)
John George was:
Portrait of Leonard GeorgeLeonard George
Police Operator (uncredited)
Leonard George was:
Portrait of Jay GerardJay Gerard
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Jay Gerard was:
Portrait of Hoot GibsonHoot Gibson
Roadblock Deputy (uncredited)
Hoot Gibson was:
Portrait of Bob GilbreathBob Gilbreath
Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
Bob Gilbreath was:
Portrait of Joseph GlickJoseph Glick
Burlesque Club Patron (uncredited)
Joseph Glick was:
Portrait of Joe GrayJoe Gray
Pit Boss (uncredited)
Joe Gray was:
Portrait of Brad HarrisBrad Harris
Man (uncredited)
Brad Harris was:
Portrait of Chester HayesChester Hayes
Truck Driver (uncredited)
Chester Hayes was:
Portrait of Jack HendersonJack Henderson
Commuter (uncredited)
Jack Henderson was:
Portrait of Dick HudkinsDick Hudkins
Drunk (uncredited)
Dick Hudkins was:
Portrait of John IndrisanoJohn Indrisano
Texan (uncredited)
John Indrisano was:
Portrait of Jessica JamesJessica James
Go-Go Dancer (uncredited)
Jessica James was:
Portrait of Helen JayHelen Jay
Girl (uncredited)
Helen Jay was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of William JustineWilliam Justine
Parelli (uncredited)
William Justine was:
Portrait of Sparky KayeSparky Kaye
Riviera Manager (uncredited)
Sparky Kaye was:
Portrait of Johnny KernJohnny Kern
Waiter (uncredited)
Johnny Kern was:
Portrait of Mike LallyMike Lally
American Legionnaire at Funeral Service (uncredited)
Mike Lally was:
Portrait of David LandfieldDavid Landfield
Flamingo MC (uncredited)
David Landfield was:
Portrait of Forrest LedererForrest Lederer
Sands Manager (uncredited)
Forrest Lederer was:
Portrait of Pinky LeePinky Lee
Riviera Employee (uncredited)
Pinky Lee was:
Portrait of Nelson LeighNelson Leigh
Doctor / Specialist (uncredited)
Nelson Leigh was:
Portrait of David LeonardDavid Leonard
Rabbi (uncredited)
David Leonard was:
Portrait of Shirley MacLaineShirley MacLaine
Tipsy Girl (uncredited)
Shirley MacLaine was:
Portrait of Maurice MarksMaurice Marks
Gambler (uncredited)
Maurice Marks was:
Portrait of William MeaderWilliam Meader
Casino Patron (uncredited)
William Meader was:
Portrait of Charles MeredithCharles Meredith
Mr. Cohen (Mortician) (uncredited)
Charles Meredith was:
Portrait of Tom MiddletonTom Middleton
Don Murphy (TV Newscaster) (uncredited)
Tom Middleton was:
Portrait of Anne NeylandAnne Neyland
Dolores (uncredited)
Anne Neyland was:
Portrait of Red NorvoRed Norvo
Self (uncredited)
Red Norvo was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Waiter at Burlesque Club (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Ted OtisTed Otis
Cashier (uncredited)
Ted Otis was:
Portrait of Steve PendletonSteve Pendleton
Major Taylor (uncredited)
Steve Pendleton was:
Portrait of Jack PerrinJack Perrin
American Legionnaire at Funeral Service (uncredited)
Jack Perrin was:
Portrait of Jack PerryJack Perry
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Jack Perry was:
Portrait of Carmen PhillipsCarmen Phillips
Hungry Girl (uncredited)
Carmen Phillips was:
Portrait of Louis QuinnLouis Quinn
DeWolfe (uncredited)
Louis Quinn was:
Portrait of Fred RapportFred Rapport
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Fred Rapport was:
Portrait of Tony ReganTony Regan
Casino Patron / Croupier (uncredited)
Tony Regan was:
Portrait of Victor RomitoVictor Romito
Hairdresser (uncredited)
Victor Romito was:
Portrait of Myrna RossMyrna Ross
Passenger (uncredited)
Myrna Ross was:
Portrait of Jack SantoroJack Santoro
Cashier (uncredited)
Jack Santoro was:
Portrait of Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
Barber (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo was:
Portrait of Jeffrey SayreJeffrey Sayre
Customer at Drucker's (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre was:
Portrait of Bernard SellBernard Sell
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Bernard Sell was:
Portrait of Robert 'Buddy' ShawRobert 'Buddy' Shaw
Cashier (uncredited)
Robert 'Buddy' Shaw was:
Portrait of Al SilvaniAl Silvani
Burlesque Club Manager (uncredited)
Al Silvani was:
Portrait of Richard SinatraRichard Sinatra
Attendant (uncredited)
Richard Sinatra was:
Portrait of John SlosserJohn Slosser
Squad Leader (uncredited)
John Slosser was:
Portrait of Walter SmithWalter Smith
Truck Driver (uncredited)
Walter Smith was:
Portrait of Joan StaleyJoan Staley
Helen (uncredited)
Joan Staley was:
Portrait of George E. StoneGeorge E. Stone
Proprietor (uncredited)
George E. Stone was:
Portrait of H.T. TsiangH.T. Tsiang
Houseboy (uncredited)
H.T. Tsiang was:
Portrait of Jerry VelascoJerry Velasco
Harmonica-Playing Garbageman (uncredited)
Jerry Velasco was:
Portrait of James WatersJames Waters
Disposal Attendant (uncredited)
James Waters was:
Portrait of Dave WhiteDave White
Burlesque Club Stagehand (uncredited)
Dave White was:
Portrait of Bob WhitneyBob Whitney
Casino Worker (uncredited)
Bob Whitney was:
Portrait of Norma YostNorma Yost
Airline Hostess (uncredited)
Norma Yost was:
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