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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The China Syndrome

The China Syndrome

Release Date: Friday, March 16 1979 (43 years ago)
Portrait of Jane FondaJane Fonda
Kimberly Wells
Jane Fonda was:
Portrait of Jack LemmonJack Lemmon
Jack Godell
Jack Lemmon was:
Portrait of Michael DouglasMichael Douglas
Richard Adams
Michael Douglas was:
Portrait of Scott BradyScott Brady
Herman De Young
Scott Brady was:
Portrait of James HamptonJames Hampton
Bill Gibson
James Hampton was:
Portrait of Peter DonatPeter Donat
Don Jacovich
Peter Donat was:
Portrait of Wilford BrimleyWilford Brimley
Ted Spindler
Wilford Brimley was:
Portrait of Richard HerdRichard Herd
Evan McCormack
Richard Herd was:
Portrait of Daniel ValdezDaniel Valdez
Hector Salas
Daniel Valdez was:
Portrait of Stan BohrmanStan Bohrman
Pete Martin
Stan Bohrman was:
Portrait of James KarenJames Karen
Mac Churchill
James Karen was:
Portrait of Michael AlaimoMichael Alaimo
Greg Minor
Michael Alaimo was:
Portrait of Donald HottonDonald Hotton
Dr. Elliott Lowell
Donald Hotton was:
Portrait of Khalilah AliKhalilah Ali
Marge
Khalilah Ali was:
Portrait of Paul LarsonPaul Larson
D.B. Royce
Paul Larson was:
Portrait of Alan BeckwithAlan Beckwith
Technician
Alan Beckwith was:
Portrait of Ron LombardRon Lombard
Barney
Ron Lombard was:
Portrait of Tom EureTom Eure
Tommy
Tom Eure was:
Portrait of Nick PellegrinoNick Pellegrino
Borden
Nick Pellegrino was:
Portrait of Daniel LewkDaniel Lewk
Donny
Daniel Lewk was:
Portrait of Allan ChinnAllan Chinn
Holt
Allan Chinn was:
Portrait of Martin FiscoeMartin Fiscoe
Control Guard
Martin Fiscoe was:
Portrait of Alan KaulAlan Kaul
TV Director
Alan Kaul was:
Portrait of Michael MannMichael Mann
TV Consultant
Michael Mann was:
Portrait of David EisenbiseDavid Eisenbise
Technical Director
David Eisenbise was:
Portrait of Frank CavestaniFrank Cavestani
News Reporter
Frank Cavestani was:
Portrait of Reuben CollinsReuben Collins
Sportscaster
Reuben Collins was:
Portrait of E. Hampton BeagleE. Hampton Beagle
Mort
E. Hampton Beagle was:
Portrait of David PfeifferDavid Pfeiffer
David
David Pfeiffer was:
Portrait of Lewis ArquetteLewis Arquette
Hatcher
Lewis Arquette was:
Portrait of Dennis McMullenDennis McMullen
Robertson
Dennis McMullen was:
Portrait of Rita TaggartRita Taggart
Rita Jacovich
Rita Taggart was:
Portrait of James HallJames Hall
Harmon
James Hall was:
Portrait of Carol SchlangerCarol Schlanger
Waitress
Carol Schlanger was:
Portrait of Trudy LaneTrudy Lane
Alma Spindler
Trudy Lane was:
Portrait of Jack Smith Jr.Jack Smith Jr.
Tom
Jack Smith Jr. was:
Portrait of David ArnsenDavid Arnsen
KXLA Cameraman
David Arnsen was:
Portrait of Betty HarfordBetty Harford
Woman at Demonstration
Betty Harford was:
Portrait of Donald BishopDonald Bishop
Hearings Chairman
Donald Bishop was:
Portrait of Al BaiettiAl Baietti
Pro-Nuclear Witness
Al Baietti was:
Portrait of Diandra MorrellDiandra Morrell
Sasha
Diandra Morrell was:
Portrait of Darrell LarsonDarrell Larson
Young Demonstrator
Darrell Larson was:
Portrait of Roger PancakeRoger Pancake
Gate Guard
Roger Pancake was:
Portrait of Joe LowryJoe Lowry
Security Agent
Joe Lowry was:
Portrait of Harry M. WilliamsHarry M. Williams
Fire Rescue
Harry M. Williams was:
Portrait of Dennis BarkerDennis Barker
Jaws of Life
Dennis Barker was:
Portrait of Joseph GarciaJoseph Garcia
Highway Patrolman
Joseph Garcia was:
Portrait of James KlineJames Kline
Jim
James Kline was:
Portrait of Clay HodgesClay Hodges
SWAT Squad Leader
Clay Hodges was:
Portrait of Robert A. BowenRobert A. Bowen
Camera Operator
Robert A. Bowen was:
Portrait of Robert BuckinghamRobert Buckingham
Party Guest
Robert Buckingham was:
Portrait of John Philip DaytonJohn Philip Dayton
Young Photographer
John Philip Dayton was:
Portrait of Paul DeCegliePaul DeCeglie
Man at Meeting
Paul DeCeglie was:
Portrait of Peter Paul EastmanPeter Paul Eastman
Reporter
Peter Paul Eastman was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Board Member
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of Paul LeClairPaul LeClair
Board Member
Paul LeClair was:
Portrait of Monty O'GradyMonty O'Grady
Party Guest
Monty O'Grady was:
Portrait of Ray PourchotRay Pourchot
Man at Meeting
Ray Pourchot was:
Portrait of Hank RobinsonHank Robinson
Reporter
Hank Robinson was:
Portrait of George SimmonsGeorge Simmons
Waiter
George Simmons was:
Portrait of Nico StevensNico Stevens
Party Guest
Nico Stevens was:
Portrait of Manny WeltmanManny Weltman
Man at Meeting
Manny Weltman was:
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