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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Hot Shots! Part Deux

Hot Shots! Part Deux

Release Date: Friday, May 21 1993 (29 years ago)
Portrait of Charlie SheenCharlie Sheen
Topper Harley
Charlie Sheen was:
Portrait of Lloyd BridgesLloyd Bridges
President Thomas 'Tug' Benson
Lloyd Bridges was:
Portrait of Valeria GolinoValeria Golino
Ramada Rodham Hayman
Valeria Golino was:
Portrait of Richard CrennaRichard Crenna
Col. Denton Walters
Richard Crenna was:
Portrait of Rowan AtkinsonRowan Atkinson
Dexter Hayman
Rowan Atkinson was:
Portrait of Miguel FerrerMiguel Ferrer
Commander Arvid Harbinger
Miguel Ferrer was:
Portrait of Brenda BakkeBrenda Bakke
Michelle Rodham Huddleston
Brenda Bakke was:
Portrait of Jerry HalevaJerry Haleva
Saddam Hussein
Jerry Haleva was:
Portrait of David WohlDavid Wohl
Gerou
David Wohl was:
Portrait of Mitchell RyanMitchell Ryan
Gray Edwards
Mitchell Ryan was:
Portrait of Michael ColyarMichael Colyar
Williams
Michael Colyar was:
Portrait of Ryan StilesRyan Stiles
Rabinowitz
Ryan Stiles was:
Portrait of Rosemary JohnstonRosemary Johnston
Lavinia Rodham Benson
Rosemary Johnston was:
Portrait of Ben LemonBen Lemon
Team 2 Leader
Ben Lemon was:
Portrait of Buck McDancerBuck McDancer
Richard Nixon
Buck McDancer was:
Portrait of Larry LindseyLarry Lindsey
Gerald Ford
Larry Lindsey was:
Portrait of Ed BehelerEd Beheler
Jimmy Carter
Ed Beheler was:
Portrait of Daniel T. HealyDaniel T. Healy
George Bush
Daniel T. Healy was:
Portrait of Jay KochJay Koch
Ronald Reagan
Jay Koch was:
Portrait of Charles HaugkCharles Haugk
Navy Seal
Charles Haugk was:
Portrait of Dian KobayashiDian Kobayashi
Mrs. Rodham Soto
Dian Kobayashi was:
Portrait of Bob VilaBob Vila
Self
Bob Vila was:
Portrait of Stuart Proud Eagle GrantStuart Proud Eagle Grant
Geronimo
Stuart Proud Eagle Grant was:
Portrait of J. D. DeKranisJ. D. DeKranis
Michael Corleone Lookalike
J. D. DeKranis was:
Portrait of Bob LegionaireBob Legionaire
Captain McCluskey Lookalike
Bob Legionaire was:
Portrait of Corey RandCorey Rand
Sollozzo Lookalike
Corey Rand was:
Portrait of Tony EdwardsTony Edwards
Limo Driver
Tony Edwards was:
Portrait of James LewJames Lew
Kick Boxer Opponent
James Lew was:
Portrait of Gerald OkamuraGerald Okamura
Corrupt Kick Boxing Referee
Gerald Okamura was:
Portrait of Chi Muoi LoChi Muoi Lo
Thai Kick Boxing Sportscaster
Chi Muoi Lo was:
Portrait of Ron PittsRon Pitts
Black Kick Boxing Sportscaster
Ron Pitts was:
Portrait of Norm ComptonNorm Compton
Phil
Norm Compton was:
Portrait of Kelly ConnellKelly Connell
Radio Operator
Kelly Connell was:
Portrait of Wayne SatzWayne Satz
News Anchorman
Wayne Satz was:
Portrait of Pat HarveyPat Harvey
News Reporter
Pat Harvey was:
Portrait of Joseph V. PerryJoseph V. Perry
Singing Waiter
Joseph V. Perry was:
Portrait of Oz TortoraOz Tortora
Singing Busboy
Oz Tortora was:
Portrait of Judith KahanJudith Kahan
Veiled Woman
Judith Kahan was:
Portrait of Shaun ToubShaun Toub
Sleeping Guard
Shaun Toub was:
Portrait of Mark SteenMark Steen
Adrian Messenger
Mark Steen was:
Portrait of Carey Tall Sr.Carey Tall Sr.
Train Conductor
Carey Tall Sr. was:
Portrait of Don MiloyevichDon Miloyevich
Cab Driver
Don Miloyevich was:
Portrait of Ed NassaneyEd Nassaney
Iraqi Door Guard
Ed Nassaney was:
Portrait of Andrew M. SiegelAndrew M. Siegel
Iraqi Soldier
Andrew M. Siegel was:
Portrait of C. Ransom WalrodC. Ransom Walrod
Iraqi Boat Driver
C. Ransom Walrod was:
Portrait of John EscobarJohn Escobar
Necktie Guard
John Escobar was:
Portrait of Nancy AbrahamsNancy Abrahams
Mother Whose Baby is Snatched
Nancy Abrahams was:
Portrait of Charlie AbrahamsCharlie Abrahams
Snatched Baby
Charlie Abrahams was:
Portrait of Jane ButenoffJane Butenoff
Slim Woman at Banquet
Jane Butenoff was:
Portrait of Louise YaffeLouise Yaffe
Gray Edwards' Concubine
Louise Yaffe was:
Portrait of Eleanor SchiffEleanor Schiff
Gray Edwards' Concubine
Eleanor Schiff was:
Portrait of Pamela ThompsonPamela Thompson
Nun Not in This Movie
Pamela Thompson was:
Portrait of Karen ProftKaren Proft
Nun Not in This Movie
Karen Proft was:
Portrait of Jack I. BernsteinJack I. Bernstein
Cop (as Jack Bernstein)
Jack I. Bernstein was:
Portrait of Don GruenbergDon Gruenberg
Backyard Family
Don Gruenberg was:
Portrait of Alice GruenbergAlice Gruenberg
Backyard Family
Alice Gruenberg was:
Portrait of Jamie AbrahamsJamie Abrahams
Backyard Family
Jamie Abrahams was:
Portrait of Joseph AbrahamsJoseph Abrahams
Basketball Player
Joseph Abrahams was:
Portrait of Alison Anne AbrohamsAlison Anne Abrohams
Chain Skimmer
Alison Anne Abrohams was:
Portrait of Deborah Hwang-MarriottDeborah Hwang-Marriott
Kickboxing Mother
Deborah Hwang-Marriott was:
Portrait of William Haig MarriottWilliam Haig Marriott
Kickboxing Child
William Haig Marriott was:
Portrait of Shelley BeattieShelley Beattie
American Gladiator Siren
Shelley Beattie was:
Portrait of Raye HollittRaye Hollitt
American Gladiator Zap
Raye Hollitt was:
Portrait of Andreas KatsulasAndreas Katsulas
Rufshaad
Andreas Katsulas was:
Portrait of Clyde KusatsuClyde Kusatsu
Prime Minister Soto
Clyde Kusatsu was:
Portrait of Gregory SierraGregory Sierra
The Captain
Gregory Sierra was:
Portrait of Martin SheenMartin Sheen
Capt. Benjamin L. Willard (uncredited)
Martin Sheen was:
Portrait of Al LeongAl Leong
Kick Boxing Fight Crowd Member (uncredited)
Al Leong was:
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