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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Serpico

Serpico

Release Date: Wednesday, December 5 1973 (48 years ago)
Portrait of Al PacinoAl Pacino
Officer Frank Serpico
Al Pacino was:
Portrait of John RandolphJohn Randolph
Sidney Green
John Randolph was:
Portrait of Jack KehoeJack Kehoe
Tom Keough
Jack Kehoe was:
Portrait of Biff McGuireBiff McGuire
Captain McClain
Biff McGuire was:
Portrait of Barbara Eda-YoungBarbara Eda-Young
Laurie
Barbara Eda-Young was:
Portrait of Cornelia SharpeCornelia Sharpe
Leslie Lane
Cornelia Sharpe was:
Portrait of Tony RobertsTony Roberts
Bob Blair
Tony Roberts was:
Portrait of John MediciJohn Medici
Pasquale
John Medici was:
Portrait of Allan RichAllan Rich
D. A. Tauber
Allan Rich was:
Portrait of Norman OrnellasNorman Ornellas
Rubello
Norman Ornellas was:
Portrait of Edward GroverEdward Grover
Lombardo
Edward Grover was:
Portrait of Albert HendersonAlbert Henderson
Peluce
Albert Henderson was:
Portrait of Hank GarrettHank Garrett
Malone
Hank Garrett was:
Portrait of Damien LeakeDamien Leake
Joey
Damien Leake was:
Portrait of Joseph BovaJoseph Bova
Potts
Joseph Bova was:
Portrait of Gene GrossGene Gross
Captain Tolkin
Gene Gross was:
Portrait of John StewartJohn Stewart
Waterman
John Stewart was:
Portrait of Woodie King Jr.Woodie King Jr.
Larry
Woodie King Jr. was:
Portrait of James TolkanJames Tolkan
Steiger
James Tolkan was:
Portrait of Ed CrowleyEd Crowley
Barto
Ed Crowley was:
Portrait of Bernard BarrowBernard Barrow
Palmer
Bernard Barrow was:
Portrait of Sal CarolloSal Carollo
Mr. Serpico
Sal Carollo was:
Portrait of Mildred ClintonMildred Clinton
Mrs. Serpico
Mildred Clinton was:
Portrait of Nathan GeorgeNathan George
Smith
Nathan George was:
Portrait of Gus FlemingGus Fleming
Dr. Metz
Gus Fleming was:
Portrait of Richard ForonjyRichard Foronjy
Corsaro
Richard Foronjy was:
Portrait of Alan NorthAlan North
Brown
Alan North was:
Portrait of Lewis J. StadlenLewis J. Stadlen
Berman
Lewis J. Stadlen was:
Portrait of John McQuadeJohn McQuade
Kellogg
John McQuade was:
Portrait of Ted BeniadesTed Beniades
Sarno
Ted Beniades was:
Portrait of John LehneJohn Lehne
Gilbert
John Lehne was:
Portrait of M. Emmet WalshM. Emmet Walsh
Gallagher
M. Emmet Walsh was:
Portrait of George EdeGeorge Ede
Daley
George Ede was:
Portrait of Charles WhiteCharles White
Delaney
Charles White was:
Portrait of F. Murray AbrahamF. Murray Abraham
Detective Partner (uncredited)
F. Murray Abraham was:
Portrait of P.J. BenjaminP.J. Benjamin
Man (uncredited)
P.J. Benjamin was:
Portrait of Don BillettDon Billett
Detective Threatening Serpico (uncredited)
Don Billett was:
Portrait of Val BisoglioVal Bisoglio
Weapons Storage Officer (uncredited)
Val Bisoglio was:
Portrait of John BrandonJohn Brandon
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
John Brandon was:
Portrait of James BulleitJames Bulleit
Det. Styles (uncredited)
James Bulleit was:
Portrait of Roy CheverieRoy Cheverie
Cop (uncredited)
Roy Cheverie was:
Portrait of Sam CoppolaSam Coppola
Cop (uncredited)
Sam Coppola was:
Portrait of Marjorie EliotMarjorie Eliot
Rape Victim (uncredited)
Marjorie Eliot was:
Portrait of René EnríquezRené Enríquez
Cervantes Teacher (uncredited)
René Enríquez was:
Portrait of Conard FowkesConard Fowkes
Cop - Narcotics Raid (uncredited)
Conard Fowkes was:
Portrait of Frank GioFrank Gio
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
Frank Gio was:
Portrait of Trent GoughTrent Gough
Cop (uncredited)
Trent Gough was:
Portrait of Paul E. GuskinPaul E. Guskin
Police Academy Classmate (uncredited)
Paul E. Guskin was:
Portrait of Nick HardinNick Hardin
Television Cameraman (uncredited)
Nick Hardin was:
Portrait of Judd HirschJudd Hirsch
Cop (uncredited)
Judd Hirsch was:
Portrait of Richard KussRichard Kuss
Detective (uncredited)
Richard Kuss was:
Portrait of Tony Lo BiancoTony Lo Bianco
Cop (uncredited)
Tony Lo Bianco was:
Portrait of George LorosGeorge Loros
Det. Glover (uncredited)
George Loros was:
Portrait of Kenneth McMillanKenneth McMillan
Charlie (uncredited)
Kenneth McMillan was:
Portrait of Stephen PearlmanStephen Pearlman
Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Stephen Pearlman was:
Portrait of Tim PeltTim Pelt
Black Hood (uncredited)
Tim Pelt was:
Portrait of William PeltWilliam Pelt
Black Hood (uncredited)
William Pelt was:
Portrait of Jay RasumnyJay Rasumny
Television Cameraman (uncredited)
Jay Rasumny was:
Portrait of Franklin ScottFranklin Scott
Black Prisoner (uncredited)
Franklin Scott was:
Portrait of Tom SignorelliTom Signorelli
Bookmaker (uncredited)
Tom Signorelli was:
Portrait of Ben SlackBen Slack
Detective Sitting At Desk (uncredited)
Ben Slack was:
Portrait of Jaime SánchezJaime Sánchez
Cop (uncredited)
Jaime Sánchez was:
Portrait of Tracey WalterTracey Walter
Street Urchin (uncredited)
Tracey Walter was:
Portrait of Mary Louise WellerMary Louise Weller
Sally - Girl at Party (uncredited)
Mary Louise Weller was:
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