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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction

Release Date: Friday, August 2 1996 (26 years ago)
Portrait of Keanu ReevesKeanu Reeves
Eddie Kasalivich
Keanu Reeves was:
Portrait of Morgan FreemanMorgan Freeman
Paul Shannon
Morgan Freeman was:
Portrait of Rachel WeiszRachel Weisz
Dr. Lily Sinclair
Rachel Weisz was:
Portrait of Fred WardFred Ward
FBI Agent Leon Ford
Fred Ward was:
Portrait of Kevin DunnKevin Dunn
FBI Agent Doyle
Kevin Dunn was:
Portrait of Brian CoxBrian Cox
Lyman Earl Collier
Brian Cox was:
Portrait of Joanna CassidyJoanna Cassidy
Maggie McDermott
Joanna Cassidy was:
Portrait of Chelcie RossChelcie Ross
Ed Rafferty
Chelcie Ross was:
Portrait of Nicholas RudallNicholas Rudall
Dr. Alistair Barkley
Nicholas Rudall was:
Portrait of Tzi MaTzi Ma
Lu Chen
Tzi Ma was:
Portrait of Krzysztof PieczyńskiKrzysztof Pieczyński
Lucasz Screbneski
Krzysztof Pieczyński was:
Portrait of Julie PearlJulie Pearl
Emily Pearl
Julie Pearl was:
Portrait of GodfreyGodfrey
Chidi Egbuna
Godfrey was:
Portrait of Gene BargeGene Barge
James Washington
Gene Barge was:
Portrait of Nathan DavisNathan Davis
Morris Grodsky
Nathan Davis was:
Portrait of Aaron WilliamsAaron Williams
Lab Techie #3
Aaron Williams was:
Portrait of Daniel H. FriedmanDaniel H. Friedman
Video Dan
Daniel H. Friedman was:
Portrait of Johnny Lee DavenportJohnny Lee Davenport
Caleb Williams
Johnny Lee Davenport was:
Portrait of James SieJames Sie
Ken Lim
James Sie was:
Portrait of Joan KohnJoan Kohn
Sarah Fine
Joan Kohn was:
Portrait of Juan RamírezJuan Ramírez
Raymond Peña
Juan Ramírez was:
Portrait of Nydia Rodriguez TerracinaNydia Rodriguez Terracina
Gabrielle Guerrera
Nydia Rodriguez Terracina was:
Portrait of Scott BenjaminsonScott Benjaminson
Stuart Showcroft
Scott Benjaminson was:
Portrait of Ned SchmidtkeNed Schmidtke
Wisconsin Chief Schmidke
Ned Schmidtke was:
Portrait of Randall ArneyRandall Arney
DC Technician
Randall Arney was:
Portrait of Noelle Bou-SlimanNoelle Bou-Sliman
DC Technician
Noelle Bou-Sliman was:
Portrait of Joseph F. KosalaJoseph F. Kosala
Sergeant Joe Byczkowski
Joseph F. Kosala was:
Portrait of Ron DeanRon Dean
Sergeant Nick Zingaro
Ron Dean was:
Portrait of Miguel NinoMiguel Nino
Officer Miguel
Miguel Nino was:
Portrait of Turk MullerTurk Muller
Dane County Cop
Turk Muller was:
Portrait of Neil FlynnNeil Flynn
State Trooper Nemitz
Neil Flynn was:
Portrait of Michael SkewesMichael Skewes
State Trooper Schwartz
Michael Skewes was:
Portrait of Margaret TravoltaMargaret Travolta
Anita Fermi
Margaret Travolta was:
Portrait of Jacqueline G. ArthurJacqueline G. Arthur
Jackie Mann
Jacqueline G. Arthur was:
Portrait of Tom MulaTom Mula
Chicago Administrator
Tom Mula was:
Portrait of Denise PriceDenise Price
Receptionist
Denise Price was:
Portrait of Rick Le FevourRick Le Fevour
Matthew Haig
Rick Le Fevour was:
Portrait of Charley ShermanCharley Sherman
Justin Tidy
Charley Sherman was:
Portrait of Gina RaffinGina Raffin
Colleen Dryden
Gina Raffin was:
Portrait of Pam ZekmanPam Zekman
Rita Bliss
Pam Zekman was:
Portrait of Lisa TejeroLisa Tejero
Dolores Enrique
Lisa Tejero was:
Portrait of David PasquesiDavid Pasquesi
Al Vanzetti
David Pasquesi was:
Portrait of John DrummondJohn Drummond
Drummond
John Drummond was:
Portrait of Cathy HerdCathy Herd
TV Reporter
Cathy Herd was:
Portrait of Tell DraperTell Draper
TV Reporter
Tell Draper was:
Portrait of Danny GoldringDanny Goldring
Clancy Butler
Danny Goldring was:
Portrait of Eddie Bo Smith Jr.Eddie Bo Smith Jr.
Yusef Reed
Eddie Bo Smith Jr. was:
Portrait of Michael Gaylord JamesMichael Gaylord James
Jim Gaylord
Michael Gaylord James was:
Portrait of Ken MorenoKen Moreno
Naldo Partida
Ken Moreno was:
Portrait of Allen HamiltonAllen Hamilton
Senator Phil Schmidt
Allen Hamilton was:
Portrait of Dick CusackDick Cusack
Senate Chairman
Dick Cusack was:
Portrait of Nicholas KusenkoNicholas Kusenko
Staff Member Stennis
Nicholas Kusenko was:
Portrait of David Michael GeeDavid Michael Gee
Senate Guard
David Michael Gee was:
Portrait of Stanley M. SpanStanley M. Span
Firechief #1
Stanley M. Span was:
Portrait of Ann WhitneyAnn Whitney
Barkley's Lawyer
Ann Whitney was:
Portrait of Rich KomenichRich Komenich
Bar Patron
Rich Komenich was:
Portrait of Afram Bill WilliamsAfram Bill Williams
Bridge Controller
Afram Bill Williams was:
Portrait of Will ZahrnWill Zahrn
Bridge Controller
Will Zahrn was:
Portrait of John W. HardyJohn W. Hardy
Train Porter
John W. Hardy was:
Portrait of Mary SeibelMary Seibel
Older Woman on Train
Mary Seibel was:
Portrait of Nina BeesleyNina Beesley
Flower Shop Owner
Nina Beesley was:
Portrait of Michael ShannonMichael Shannon
D.C. Flower Delivery Man
Michael Shannon was:
Portrait of Billy HaynesBilly Haynes
Doorman
Billy Haynes was:
Portrait of Walter DoggettWalter Doggett
Gate Guard
Walter Doggett was:
Portrait of Jack KandelJack Kandel
Panhandler
Jack Kandel was:
Portrait of Timothy J. MaxwellTimothy J. Maxwell
Homeless Husband
Timothy J. Maxwell was:
Portrait of Leslie MikolLeslie Mikol
Homeless Wife
Leslie Mikol was:
Portrait of Rio ZavalaRio Zavala
Homeless Man
Rio Zavala was:
Portrait of Mark MorettiniMark Morettini
Romano
Mark Morettini was:
Portrait of Soseh KevorkianSoseh Kevorkian
Evelyn
Soseh Kevorkian was:
Portrait of Christopher HollowayChristopher Holloway
Max Holloway
Christopher Holloway was:
Portrait of Jim OrtliebJim Ortlieb
Orbit
Jim Ortlieb was:
Portrait of Cheryl HamadaCheryl Hamada
Hamada
Cheryl Hamada was:
Portrait of Mike GrayMike Gray
Swizlard
Mike Gray was:
Portrait of Joe GuastaferroJoe Guastaferro
Tunnel Foreman
Joe Guastaferro was:
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