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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye

Release Date: 2008-09-25 (13 years ago)
Portrait of Shia LaBeoufShia LaBeouf
Jerry Shaw
Shia LaBeouf was:
Portrait of Michelle MonaghanMichelle Monaghan
Rachel Holloman
Michelle Monaghan was:
Portrait of Rosario DawsonRosario Dawson
Zoe Perez
Rosario Dawson was:
Portrait of Michael ChiklisMichael Chiklis
Defense Secretary Callister
Michael Chiklis was:
Portrait of Anthony MackieAnthony Mackie
Major William Bowman
Anthony Mackie was:
Portrait of Ethan EmbryEthan Embry
Agent Toby Grant
Ethan Embry was:
Portrait of Billy Bob ThorntonBilly Bob Thornton
Thomas Morgan
Billy Bob Thornton was:
Portrait of Anthony AziziAnthony Azizi
Ranim Khalid
Anthony Azizi was:
Portrait of Cameron BoyceCameron Boyce
Sam Holloman
Cameron Boyce was:
Portrait of Lynn CohenLynn Cohen
Mrs. Wierzbowski
Lynn Cohen was:
Portrait of Bill SmitrovichBill Smitrovich
Admiral Thompson
Bill Smitrovich was:
Portrait of Charles CarrollCharles Carroll
Mr. Miller
Charles Carroll was:
Portrait of William SadlerWilliam Sadler
Jerry's Dad
William Sadler was:
Portrait of Deborah StrangDeborah Strang
Jerry's Mom
Deborah Strang was:
Portrait of Dariush KashaniDariush Kashani
Translator
Dariush Kashani was:
Portrait of Sean KinneySean Kinney
JTAC Team Leader
Sean Kinney was:
Portrait of Bob MorriseyBob Morrisey
Director of Intelligence
Bob Morrisey was:
Portrait of J. Patrick McCormackJ. Patrick McCormack
Pentagon General Council
J. Patrick McCormack was:
Portrait of Lorenzo EduardoLorenzo Eduardo
Kwame
Lorenzo Eduardo was:
Portrait of Madylin SweetenMadylin Sweeten
Becky
Madylin Sweeten was:
Portrait of Jorge-Luis PalloJorge-Luis Pallo
Intel Officer
Jorge-Luis Pallo was:
Portrait of James HuangJames Huang
Intel Officer
James Huang was:
Portrait of Gerald DowneyGerald Downey
Console Tech
Gerald Downey was:
Portrait of Tony FloresTony Flores
Team Leader
Tony Flores was:
Portrait of Donnie JeffcoatDonnie Jeffcoat
FBI Agent
Donnie Jeffcoat was:
Portrait of Craig J. HarrisCraig J. Harris
Man on Train
Craig J. Harris was:
Portrait of Jimmie L. AkinsJimmie L. Akins
Transit Cop on Train
Jimmie L. Akins was:
Portrait of Eric Christian OlsenEric Christian Olsen
Craig
Eric Christian Olsen was:
Portrait of Marc SingerMarc Singer
Explosives Developer
Marc Singer was:
Portrait of Michael MaizeMichael Maize
Master Sergeant
Michael Maize was:
Portrait of Eiko NijoEiko Nijo
Masako Tour Guide
Eiko Nijo was:
Portrait of Peter GailPeter Gail
PFPA Officer
Peter Gail was:
Portrait of Brad GrunbergBrad Grunberg
Circuit City Salesperson
Brad Grunberg was:
Portrait of Cylk CozartCylk Cozart
Sectran Courier
Cylk Cozart was:
Portrait of Manny PerryManny Perry
Sectran Courier
Manny Perry was:
Portrait of James C. GohrickJames C. Gohrick
Agent in Alley
James C. Gohrick was:
Portrait of Josh ToddJosh Todd
Convenience Store Clerk
Josh Todd was:
Portrait of Colby FrenchColby French
Console Tech
Colby French was:
Portrait of Matt DeCaroMatt DeCaro
Stranger at Airport
Matt DeCaro was:
Portrait of Judith MorelandJudith Moreland
Security Attendant at Airport
Judith Moreland was:
Portrait of Rolando MolinaRolando Molina
TSA Agent
Rolando Molina was:
Portrait of Michael KostroffMichael Kostroff
Jeweler
Michael Kostroff was:
Portrait of Nigel GibbsNigel Gibbs
Callister Aide
Nigel Gibbs was:
Portrait of Michael Daniel CassadyMichael Daniel Cassady
White House Staffer
Michael Daniel Cassady was:
Portrait of David Grant WrightDavid Grant Wright
Secret Service Agent #1
David Grant Wright was:
Portrait of Jarod EinsohnJarod Einsohn
Reaper Control Tech
Jarod Einsohn was:
Portrait of David HeckelDavid Heckel
Squadron Commander
David Heckel was:
Portrait of Jamie MartzJamie Martz
Northcom Control Tech
Jamie Martz was:
Portrait of Greg CollinsGreg Collins
Two Star General
Greg Collins was:
Portrait of McKay StewartMcKay Stewart
F-16 Pilot
McKay Stewart was:
Portrait of Terry WaltersTerry Walters
Woman in Prius
Terry Walters was:
Portrait of Katija PevecKatija Pevec
Teenage Page
Katija Pevec was:
Portrait of Chase PennyChase Penny
Capitol Policeman #1
Chase Penny was:
Portrait of Madison MasonMadison Mason
President
Madison Mason was:
Portrait of Sebastian TillingerSebastian Tillinger
Pentagon Agent
Sebastian Tillinger was:
Portrait of Kevin QuinnKevin Quinn
Pentagon Aide
Kevin Quinn was:
Portrait of Enver GjokajEnver Gjokaj
Remote Pilot
Enver Gjokaj was:
Portrait of Michael PotterMichael Potter
Doorkeeper
Michael Potter was:
Portrait of Webster WilliamsWebster Williams
Committee Head
Webster Williams was:
Portrait of Peggy RoederPeggy Roeder
Forensics Agents
Peggy Roeder was:
Portrait of Gary HoustonGary Houston
Forensics Agents
Gary Houston was:
Portrait of Jonathan ChaseJonathan Chase
Suited Agent
Jonathan Chase was:
Portrait of Dean CudworthDean Cudworth
Capitol Policeman #2
Dean Cudworth was:
Portrait of Lindsay Corinn LuechtLindsay Corinn Luecht
Girl on Train
Lindsay Corinn Luecht was:
Portrait of Nicol PaoneNicol Paone
Rachel's Friend
Nicol Paone was:
Portrait of Brittany IshibashiBrittany Ishibashi
Rachel's Friend
Brittany Ishibashi was:
Portrait of Stacey ScowleyStacey Scowley
Waitress
Stacey Scowley was:
Portrait of Stephen SimonStephen Simon
Secret Service Agent #2
Stephen Simon was:
Portrait of David ArakelyanDavid Arakelyan
Ballochi Kid
David Arakelyan was:
Portrait of Salah SaleaSalah Salea
Funeral Chanter
Salah Salea was:
Portrait of Susan ArmonSusan Armon
Woman in Ballochi Village
Susan Armon was:
Portrait of Fahim FazliFahim Fazli
Al Kohei
Fahim Fazli was:
Portrait of Elijah MorelandElijah Moreland
Guard at Library of Congress
Elijah Moreland was:
Portrait of David RowdenDavid Rowden
Sectran Truck Driver
David Rowden was:
Portrait of Brenda GoodbeardBrenda Goodbeard
Speaker of the House
Brenda Goodbeard was:
Portrait of Caroline A. JenksCaroline A. Jenks
Page
Caroline A. Jenks was:
Portrait of Roger GrohRoger Groh
Executive Aide to Callister
Roger Groh was:
Portrait of Leslie StahlLeslie Stahl
Newscaster
Leslie Stahl was:
Portrait of Leyna NguyenLeyna Nguyen
Newscaster
Leyna Nguyen was:
Portrait of Ralph GarmanRalph Garman
Newscaster
Ralph Garman was:
Portrait of Sharon TaySharon Tay
Newscaster
Sharon Tay was:
Portrait of Rick ChambersRick Chambers
Newscaster
Rick Chambers was:
Portrait of Kent SchocknekKent Schocknek
Newscaster
Kent Schocknek was:
Portrait of Brandon CarusoBrandon Caruso
Boy on Train
Brandon Caruso was:
Portrait of G. Larry ButlerG. Larry Butler
Pentagon General Council (uncredited)
G. Larry Butler was:
Portrait of Jerry FerraraJerry Ferrara
Jerry's Friend #1 (uncredited)
Jerry Ferrara was:
Portrait of Julianne MooreJulianne Moore
ARIIA (uncredited) (voice)
Julianne Moore was:
Portrait of Ali OlomiAli Olomi
Al Kohei - Afghan Soldier (uncredited)
Ali Olomi was:
Portrait of Nick SearcyNick Searcy
David Johnson (uncredited)
Nick Searcy was:
Portrait of Eric BaysEric Bays
Man at ATM (uncredited)
Eric Bays was:
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