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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Superman

Superman

Release Date: Wednesday, December 13 1978 (43 years ago)
Portrait of Marlon BrandoMarlon Brando
Jor-El
Marlon Brando was:
Portrait of Gene HackmanGene Hackman
Lex Luthor
Gene Hackman was:
Portrait of Christopher ReeveChristopher Reeve
Superman / Clark Kent
Christopher Reeve was:
Portrait of Ned BeattyNed Beatty
Otis
Ned Beatty was:
Portrait of Jackie CooperJackie Cooper
Perry White
Jackie Cooper was:
Portrait of Glenn FordGlenn Ford
Pa Kent
Glenn Ford was:
Portrait of Margot KidderMargot Kidder
Lois Lane
Margot Kidder was:
Portrait of Jack O'HalloranJack O'Halloran
Non
Jack O'Halloran was:
Portrait of Valerie PerrineValerie Perrine
Eve Teschmacher
Valerie Perrine was:
Portrait of Maria SchellMaria Schell
Vond-Ah
Maria Schell was:
Portrait of Terence StampTerence Stamp
General Zod
Terence Stamp was:
Portrait of Phyllis ThaxterPhyllis Thaxter
Ma Kent
Phyllis Thaxter was:
Portrait of Susannah YorkSusannah York
Lara
Susannah York was:
Portrait of Jeff EastJeff East
Young Clark Kent
Jeff East was:
Portrait of Marc McClureMarc McClure
Jimmy Olsen
Marc McClure was:
Portrait of Sarah DouglasSarah Douglas
Ursa
Sarah Douglas was:
Portrait of Diane Sherry CaseDiane Sherry Case
Lana Lang
Diane Sherry Case was:
Portrait of Trevor HowardTrevor Howard
1st Elder (uncredited)
Trevor Howard was:
Portrait of Harry AndrewsHarry Andrews
2nd Elder (uncredited)
Harry Andrews was:
Portrait of Vass AndersonVass Anderson
3rd Elder (uncredited)
Vass Anderson was:
Portrait of John HollisJohn Hollis
4th Elder (uncredited)
John Hollis was:
Portrait of James GarbuttJames Garbutt
5th Elder (uncredited)
James Garbutt was:
Portrait of Michael GoverMichael Gover
6th Elder (uncredited)
Michael Gover was:
Portrait of David NealDavid Neal
7th Elder (uncredited)
David Neal was:
Portrait of William RussellWilliam Russell
8th Elder (uncredited)
William Russell was:
Portrait of Penelope LeePenelope Lee
9th Elder (uncredited)
Penelope Lee was:
Portrait of John StuartJohn Stuart
10th Elder (uncredited)
John Stuart was:
Portrait of Alan CullenAlan Cullen
11th Elder (uncredited)
Alan Cullen was:
Portrait of Aaron SmolinskiAaron Smolinski
Baby Clark Kent (uncredited)
Aaron Smolinski was:
Portrait of Billy J. MitchellBilly J. Mitchell
1st Editor (uncredited)
Billy J. Mitchell was:
Portrait of Robert HendersonRobert Henderson
2nd Editor (uncredited)
Robert Henderson was:
Portrait of Larry LambLarry Lamb
1st Reporter (uncredited)
Larry Lamb was:
Portrait of John CassadyJohn Cassady
3rd Reporter (uncredited)
John Cassady was:
Portrait of John F. ParkerJohn F. Parker
4th Reporter (uncredited)
John F. Parker was:
Portrait of Harry ScottHarry Scott
5th Reporter (uncredited)
Harry Scott was:
Portrait of Ray EvansRay Evans
6th Reporter (uncredited)
Ray Evans was:
Portrait of Miquel BrownMiquel Brown
8th Reporter (uncredited)
Miquel Brown was:
Portrait of Vincent MarzelloVincent Marzello
1st Copy Boy (uncredited)
Vincent Marzello was:
Portrait of Benjamin FeitelsonBenjamin Feitelson
2nd Copy Boy (uncredited)
Benjamin Feitelson was:
Portrait of Lise HilboldtLise Hilboldt
1st Secretary (uncredited)
Lise Hilboldt was:
Portrait of Leueen WilloughbyLeueen Willoughby
2nd Secretary (uncredited)
Leueen Willoughby was:
Portrait of Rex ReedRex Reed
Rex Reed (uncredited)
Rex Reed was:
Portrait of Weston GavinWeston Gavin
Mugger (uncredited)
Weston Gavin was:
Portrait of Steve KahanSteve Kahan
Officer 1 (uncredited)
Steve Kahan was:
Portrait of Ray HassettRay Hassett
Officer 2 (uncredited)
Ray Hassett was:
Portrait of Randy JurgensenRandy Jurgensen
Officer 3 (uncredited)
Randy Jurgensen was:
Portrait of Matt RussoMatt Russo
News Vendor (uncredited)
Matt Russo was:
Portrait of Colin SkeapingColin Skeaping
Pilot (uncredited)
Colin Skeaping was:
Portrait of Bo RuckerBo Rucker
Pimp (uncredited)
Bo Rucker was:
Portrait of Paul AveryPaul Avery
TV Cameraman (uncredited)
Paul Avery was:
Portrait of David BaxtDavid Baxt
Burglar (uncredited)
David Baxt was:
Portrait of George Harris IIGeorge Harris II
Patrolman Mooney (uncredited)
George Harris II was:
Portrait of John CordingJohn Cording
2nd Hood (uncredited)
John Cording was:
Portrait of Oz ClarkeOz Clarke
4th Hood (uncredited)
Oz Clarke was:
Portrait of Rex EverhartRex Everhart
Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Rex Everhart was:
Portrait of Jayne TottmanJayne Tottman
Little Girl (uncredited)
Jayne Tottman was:
Portrait of Frank LazarusFrank Lazarus
Air Force One Pilot (uncredited)
Frank Lazarus was:
Portrait of Brian ProtheroeBrian Protheroe
Co Pilot (uncredited)
Brian Protheroe was:
Portrait of Lawrence TrimbleLawrence Trimble
1st Crewman (uncredited)
Lawrence Trimble was:
Portrait of Robert WhelanRobert Whelan
2nd Crewman (uncredited)
Robert Whelan was:
Portrait of David CalderDavid Calder
3rd Crewman (uncredited)
David Calder was:
Portrait of Norwich DuffNorwich Duff
Newscaster (uncredited)
Norwich Duff was:
Portrait of Keith AlexanderKeith Alexander
Newscaster (uncredited)
Keith Alexander was:
Portrait of Michael EnsignMichael Ensign
Newscaster (uncredited)
Michael Ensign was:
Portrait of Larry HagmanLarry Hagman
Major (uncredited)
Larry Hagman was:
Portrait of Paul TuerpePaul Tuerpe
Sgt. Hayley (uncredited)
Paul Tuerpe was:
Portrait of Graham McPhersonGraham McPherson
Lieutenant (uncredited)
Graham McPherson was:
Portrait of David YorstonDavid Yorston
Petty Officer (uncredited)
David Yorston was:
Portrait of Robert O'NeillRobert O'Neill
Admiral (uncredited)
Robert O'Neill was:
Portrait of Robert MacLeodRobert MacLeod
General (uncredited)
Robert MacLeod was:
Portrait of John RatzenbergerJohn Ratzenberger
1st Controller (uncredited)
John Ratzenberger was:
Portrait of Alan TilvernAlan Tilvern
2nd Controller (uncredited)
Alan Tilvern was:
Portrait of Phil BrownPhil Brown
State Senator (uncredited)
Phil Brown was:
Portrait of Bill BaileyBill Bailey
2nd Senator (uncredited)
Bill Bailey was:
Portrait of Burnell TuckerBurnell Tucker
Agent (uncredited)
Burnell Tucker was:
Portrait of Chief Tug SmithChief Tug Smith
Indian Chief (uncredited)
Chief Tug Smith was:
Portrait of Norman WarwickNorman Warwick
Superchief Driver (uncredited)
Norman Warwick was:
Portrait of Chuck JulianChuck Julian
Assistant (uncredited)
Chuck Julian was:
Portrait of Mark WynterMark Wynter
Mate (uncredited)
Mark Wynter was:
Portrait of Roy StevensRoy Stevens
Warden (uncredited)
Roy Stevens was:
Portrait of Noel NeillNoel Neill
Ella Lane (uncredited)
Noel Neill was:
Portrait of Kirk AlynKirk Alyn
Sam Lane (uncredited)
Kirk Alyn was:
Portrait of Tony SelbyTony Selby
Hood (uncredited)
Tony Selby was:
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