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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Reds

Reds

Release Date: 1981-12-25 (40 years ago)
Portrait of Warren BeattyWarren Beatty
John Reed
Warren Beatty was:
Portrait of Diane KeatonDiane Keaton
Louise Bryant
Diane Keaton was:
Portrait of Edward HerrmannEdward Herrmann
Max Eastman
Edward Herrmann was:
Portrait of Jerzy KosińskiJerzy Kosiński
Grigory Zinoviev
Jerzy Kosiński was:
Portrait of Jack NicholsonJack Nicholson
Eugene O'Neill
Jack Nicholson was:
Portrait of Paul SorvinoPaul Sorvino
Louis Fraina
Paul Sorvino was:
Portrait of Maureen StapletonMaureen Stapleton
Emma Goldman
Maureen Stapleton was:
Portrait of Nicolas CosterNicolas Coster
Paul Trullinger
Nicolas Coster was:
Portrait of M. Emmet WalshM. Emmet Walsh
Speaker at Liberal Club
M. Emmet Walsh was:
Portrait of Ian WolfeIan Wolfe
Mr. Partlow
Ian Wolfe was:
Portrait of Bessie LoveBessie Love
Mrs. Partlow
Bessie Love was:
Portrait of MacIntyre DixonMacIntyre Dixon
Carl Walters
MacIntyre Dixon was:
Portrait of Pat StarrPat Starr
Helen Walters
Pat Starr was:
Portrait of Eleanor D. WilsonEleanor D. Wilson
Mrs. Reed
Eleanor D. Wilson was:
Portrait of Max WrightMax Wright
Floyd Dell
Max Wright was:
Portrait of George PlimptonGeorge Plimpton
Horace Whigham
George Plimpton was:
Portrait of Harry DitsonHarry Ditson
Maurice Becker
Harry Ditson was:
Portrait of Leigh CurranLeigh Curran
Ida Rauh
Leigh Curran was:
Portrait of Kathryn GrodyKathryn Grody
Crystal Eastman
Kathryn Grody was:
Portrait of Brenda CurrinBrenda Currin
Marjorie Jones
Brenda Currin was:
Portrait of Nancy DuiguidNancy Duiguid
Jane Heap
Nancy Duiguid was:
Portrait of Norman ChancerNorman Chancer
Barney
Norman Chancer was:
Portrait of Dolph SweetDolph Sweet
Big Bill Haywood
Dolph Sweet was:
Portrait of Ramon BieriRamon Bieri
Police Chief
Ramon Bieri was:
Portrait of Jack O'LearyJack O'Leary
Pinkerton Guard
Jack O'Leary was:
Portrait of Gene HackmanGene Hackman
Pete van Wherry
Gene Hackman was:
Portrait of Gerald HikenGerald Hiken
Dr. Lorber
Gerald Hiken was:
Portrait of William DanielsWilliam Daniels
Julius Gerber
William Daniels was:
Portrait of Dave KingDave King
Allan Benson
Dave King was:
Portrait of Joseph BuloffJoseph Buloff
Joe Volski
Joseph Buloff was:
Portrait of Stefan GryffStefan Gryff
Alex Gomberg
Stefan Gryff was:
Portrait of Denis PekarevDenis Pekarev
Interpreter in Factory
Denis Pekarev was:
Portrait of Roger SlomanRoger Sloman
Vladimir I. Lenin
Roger Sloman was:
Portrait of Stuart RichmanStuart Richman
Leon Trotsky
Stuart Richman was:
Portrait of Oleg KerenskyOleg Kerensky
Alexander Kerensky / Himself - Witness
Oleg Kerensky was:
Portrait of Nikko SeppalaNikko Seppala
Young Bolshevik Soldier
Nikko Seppala was:
Portrait of John J. HookerJohn J. Hooker
Senator Overman
John J. Hooker was:
Portrait of Shane RimmerShane Rimmer
MacAlpine
Shane Rimmer was:
Portrait of Jerry HardinJerry Hardin
Harry
Jerry Hardin was:
Portrait of Jack KehoeJack Kehoe
Eddie
Jack Kehoe was:
Portrait of Christopher MalcolmChristopher Malcolm
CLP Party Member #1
Christopher Malcolm was:
Portrait of Tony SibbaldTony Sibbald
CLP Party Member #2
Tony Sibbald was:
Portrait of R. G. ArmstrongR. G. Armstrong
Government Agent
R. G. Armstrong was:
Portrait of Josef SommerJosef Sommer
State Department Official
Josef Sommer was:
Portrait of Jan TřískaJan Tříska
Karl Radek
Jan Tříska was:
Portrait of Åke LindmanÅke Lindman
Scandinavian Escort
Åke Lindman was:
Portrait of Pertti WeckströmPertti Weckström
Finnish Doctor
Pertti Weckström was:
Portrait of Nina MacarovaNina Macarova
Russian Nurse
Nina Macarova was:
Portrait of Jose De FillippoJose De Fillippo
Russian Doctor
Jose De Fillippo was:
Portrait of Andreas La CasaAndreas La Casa
Little Boy
Andreas La Casa was:
Portrait of Roger BaldwinRoger Baldwin
Himself - Witness
Roger Baldwin was:
Portrait of Henry MillerHenry Miller
Himself - Witness
Henry Miller was:
Portrait of Adela Rogers St. JohnsAdela Rogers St. Johns
Herself - Witness
Adela Rogers St. Johns was:
Portrait of Dora RussellDora Russell
Herself - Witness
Dora Russell was:
Portrait of Scott NearingScott Nearing
Himself - Witness
Scott Nearing was:
Portrait of Tess DavisTess Davis
Herself - Witness
Tess Davis was:
Portrait of Heaton VorseHeaton Vorse
Herself - Witness
Heaton Vorse was:
Portrait of Hamilton FishHamilton Fish
Himself - Witness
Hamilton Fish was:
Portrait of Isaac Don LevineIsaac Don Levine
Himself - Witness
Isaac Don Levine was:
Portrait of Rebecca WestRebecca West
Herself - Witness
Rebecca West was:
Portrait of Will DurantWill Durant
Himself - Witness
Will Durant was:
Portrait of Will WeinstoneWill Weinstone
Himself - Witness
Will Weinstone was:
Portrait of Emmanuel HerbertEmmanuel Herbert
Himself - Witness
Emmanuel Herbert was:
Portrait of Arne SwabeckArne Swabeck
Himself - Witness
Arne Swabeck was:
Portrait of Adele Gutman NathanAdele Gutman Nathan
Herself - Witness
Adele Gutman Nathan was:
Portrait of George SeldesGeorge Seldes
Himself - Witness
George Seldes was:
Portrait of Kenneth ChamberlainKenneth Chamberlain
Himself - Witness
Kenneth Chamberlain was:
Portrait of Blanche Hays FagenBlanche Hays Fagen
Herself - Witness
Blanche Hays Fagen was:
Portrait of Galina von MeckGalina von Meck
Herself - Witness
Galina von Meck was:
Portrait of Art ShieldsArt Shields
Himself - Witness
Art Shields was:
Portrait of Andrew DasburgAndrew Dasburg
Himself - Witness
Andrew Dasburg was:
Portrait of Hugo GellertHugo Gellert
Himself - Witness
Hugo Gellert was:
Portrait of Dorothy FrooksDorothy Frooks
Herself - Witness
Dorothy Frooks was:
Portrait of George JesselGeorge Jessel
Himself - Witness
George Jessel was:
Portrait of Jacob BailinJacob Bailin
Himself - Witness
Jacob Bailin was:
Portrait of John BallatoJohn Ballato
Himself - Witness
John Ballato was:
Portrait of Lucita WilliamsLucita Williams
Herself - Witness
Lucita Williams was:
Portrait of Bernadine Szold-FritzBernadine Szold-Fritz
Herself - Witness
Bernadine Szold-Fritz was:
Portrait of Jessica SmithJessica Smith
Herself - Witness
Jessica Smith was:
Portrait of Harry CarlisleHarry Carlisle
Himself - Witness
Harry Carlisle was:
Portrait of Arthur MayerArthur Mayer
Himself - Witness
Arthur Mayer was:
Portrait of Miriam MargolyesMiriam Margolyes
Woman with Notebook (uncredited)
Miriam Margolyes was:
Portrait of John RatzenbergerJohn Ratzenberger
Communist Leader (uncredited)
John Ratzenberger was:
Portrait of Simon JonesSimon Jones
Louise Bryant's Colleague in France (uncredited)
Simon Jones was:
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