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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of They Live

They Live

Release Date: Wednesday, November 23 1988 (34 years ago)
Portrait of Roddy PiperRoddy Piper
John Nada
Roddy Piper was:
Portrait of Keith DavidKeith David
Frank Armitage
Keith David was:
Portrait of Meg FosterMeg Foster
Holly Thompsen
Meg Foster was:
Portrait of George Buck FlowerGeorge Buck Flower
Drifter
George Buck Flower was:
Portrait of Peter JasonPeter Jason
Gilbert
Peter Jason was:
Portrait of Raymond St. JacquesRaymond St. Jacques
Street Preacher
Raymond St. Jacques was:
Portrait of Jason Robards IIIJason Robards III
Family Man
Jason Robards III was:
Portrait of John LawrenceJohn Lawrence
Bearded Man
John Lawrence was:
Portrait of Susan BarnesSusan Barnes
Brown Haired Woman
Susan Barnes was:
Portrait of Sy RichardsonSy Richardson
Black Revolutionary
Sy Richardson was:
Portrait of Wendy BrainardWendy Brainard
Family Man's Daughter
Wendy Brainard was:
Portrait of Lucille MeredithLucille Meredith
Female Interviewer
Lucille Meredith was:
Portrait of Susan BlanchardSusan Blanchard
Ingenue
Susan Blanchard was:
Portrait of Norman AldenNorman Alden
Foreman
Norman Alden was:
Portrait of Dana BrattonDana Bratton
Black Junkie
Dana Bratton was:
Portrait of John F. GoffJohn F. Goff
Well Dressed Customer
John F. Goff was:
Portrait of Norman D. WilsonNorman D. Wilson
Vendor
Norman D. Wilson was:
Portrait of Thelma LeeThelma Lee
Rich Lady
Thelma Lee was:
Portrait of Stratton LeopoldStratton Leopold
Depressed Human
Stratton Leopold was:
Portrait of Rezza ShanRezza Shan
Arab Clerk
Rezza Shan was:
Portrait of Norman HowellNorman Howell
Blonde Haired Cop
Norman Howell was:
Portrait of Larry J. FrancoLarry J. Franco
Neighbor
Larry J. Franco was:
Portrait of Tom SearleTom Searle
Biker
Tom Searle was:
Portrait of Robert GrasmereRobert Grasmere
Scruffy Blonde Man
Robert Grasmere was:
Portrait of Vince InneoVince Inneo
Passageway Guard
Vince Inneo was:
Portrait of Bob HudsonBob Hudson
Passageway Guard #2
Bob Hudson was:
Portrait of Jon Paul JonesJon Paul Jones
Manager
Jon Paul Jones was:
Portrait of Dennis MichaelDennis Michael
Male News Anchor
Dennis Michael was:
Portrait of Nancy GeeNancy Gee
Female News Anchor
Nancy Gee was:
Portrait of Claudia StanleeClaudia Stanlee
Young Female Executive
Claudia Stanlee was:
Portrait of Christine Anne BaurChristine Anne Baur
Woman on Phone
Christine Anne Baur was:
Portrait of Eileen WessonEileen Wesson
Pregnant Secretary
Eileen Wesson was:
Portrait of Gregory J. BarnettGregory J. Barnett
Security Guard #1
Gregory J. Barnett was:
Portrait of Jim NickersonJim Nickerson
Security Guard #2
Jim Nickerson was:
Portrait of Kerry RossallKerry Rossall
2nd Unit Guard
Kerry Rossall was:
Portrait of Jeff ImadaJeff Imada
Male Ghoul
Jeff Imada was:
Portrait of Michelle CostelloMichelle Costello
Female Ghoul
Michelle Costello was:
Portrait of Jeb Stuart AdamsJeb Stuart Adams
Homeless kid (uncredited)
Jeb Stuart Adams was:
Portrait of Jennifer AustinJennifer Austin
Teenage Girl (uncredited)
Jennifer Austin was:
Portrait of Michael ForinoMichael Forino
Ghoul at Bar (uncredited)
Michael Forino was:
Portrait of Robert V. GreeneRobert V. Greene
TV Technician (uncredited)
Robert V. Greene was:
Portrait of Helen KellyHelen Kelly
Woman at the Dinner Party (uncredited)
Helen Kelly was:
Portrait of Al LeongAl Leong
Asian Revolutionary (uncredited)
Al Leong was:
Portrait of Gunnar MaggGunnar Magg
Male Ghoulie (uncredited)
Gunnar Magg was:
Portrait of Matt McColmMatt McColm
Police Officer (uncredited)
Matt McColm was:
Portrait of Tommy MorrisonTommy Morrison
Dave - Resistance Fighter (uncredited)
Tommy Morrison was:
Portrait of John CarpenterJohn Carpenter
Voice That Says 'Sleep'
John Carpenter was:
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