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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Godfather

The Godfather

Release Date: Tuesday, March 14 1972 (51 years ago)
Portrait of Marlon BrandoMarlon Brando
Don Vito Corleone
Marlon Brando was:
Portrait of Al PacinoAl Pacino
Don Michael Corleone
Al Pacino was:
Portrait of James CaanJames Caan
Santino 'Sonny' Corleone
James Caan was:
Portrait of Robert DuvallRobert Duvall
Tom Hagen
Robert Duvall was:
Portrait of Richard S. CastellanoRichard S. Castellano
Pete Clemenza
Richard S. Castellano was:
Portrait of Diane KeatonDiane Keaton
Kay Adams
Diane Keaton was:
Portrait of Talia ShireTalia Shire
Constanzia 'Connie' Corleone-Rizzi
Talia Shire was:
Portrait of Gianni RussoGianni Russo
Carlo Rizzi
Gianni Russo was:
Portrait of Sterling HaydenSterling Hayden
Capt. Mark McCluskey
Sterling Hayden was:
Portrait of Al LettieriAl Lettieri
Virgil 'The Turk' Sollozzo
Al Lettieri was:
Portrait of Abe VigodaAbe Vigoda
Salvatore 'Sal' Tessio
Abe Vigoda was:
Portrait of John CazaleJohn Cazale
Frederico 'Fredo' Corleone
John Cazale was:
Portrait of Richard ConteRichard Conte
Don Emilio Barzini
Richard Conte was:
Portrait of John MarleyJohn Marley
Jack Woltz
John Marley was:
Portrait of Rudy BondRudy Bond
Carmine Cuneo
Rudy Bond was:
Portrait of Al MartinoAl Martino
Johnny Fontane
Al Martino was:
Portrait of Morgana KingMorgana King
Carmela 'Mama' Corleone
Morgana King was:
Portrait of Lenny MontanaLenny Montana
Luca Brasi
Lenny Montana was:
Portrait of John MartinoJohn Martino
Paulie Gatto
John Martino was:
Portrait of Alex RoccoAlex Rocco
Moe Greene
Alex Rocco was:
Portrait of Salvatore CorsittoSalvatore Corsitto
Amerigo Bonasera
Salvatore Corsitto was:
Portrait of Tony GiorgioTony Giorgio
Bruno Tattaglia
Tony Giorgio was:
Portrait of Victor RendinaVictor Rendina
Philip Tattaglia
Victor Rendina was:
Portrait of Simonetta StefanelliSimonetta Stefanelli
Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone
Simonetta Stefanelli was:
Portrait of Saro UrzìSaro Urzì
Mr. Vitelli
Saro Urzì was:
Portrait of Sofia CoppolaSofia Coppola
Michael Francis Rizzi
Sofia Coppola was:
Portrait of Louis GussLouis Guss
Don Zaluchi
Louis Guss was:
Portrait of Richard BrightRichard Bright
Richard Bright was:
Portrait of Vito ScottiVito Scotti
Vito Scotti was:
Portrait of Tere LivranoTere Livrano
Theresa Hagen
Tere Livrano was:
Portrait of Julie GreggJulie Gregg
Sandrinella 'Sandra' Corleone
Julie Gregg was:
Portrait of Angelo InfantiAngelo Infanti
Angelo Infanti was:
Portrait of Corrado GaipaCorrado Gaipa
Don Tommasino
Corrado Gaipa was:
Portrait of Franco CittiFranco Citti
Franco Citti was:
Portrait of Gabriele TorreiGabriele Torrei
Enzo the Baker (uncredited)
Gabriele Torrei was:
Portrait of Tony KingTony King
Tony the Stablehand (uncredited)
Tony King was:
Portrait of Max BrandtMax Brandt
Extra in Furniture-Moving Scene (uncredited)
Max Brandt was:
Portrait of Carmine CoppolaCarmine Coppola
Piano Player in Montage (uncredited)
Carmine Coppola was:
Portrait of Roman CoppolaRoman Coppola
Boy on Street Who Attended Funeral (uncredited)
Roman Coppola was:
Portrait of Don CostelloDon Costello
Don Victor Stracci (uncredited)
Don Costello was:
Portrait of Robert DahdahRobert Dahdah
Crowd (uncredited)
Robert Dahdah was:
Portrait of Gray FredericksonGray Frederickson
Cowboy on the Set at Woltz's Studio (uncredited)
Gray Frederickson was:
Portrait of Ron GilbertRon Gilbert
Usher in Bridal Party (uncredited)
Ron Gilbert was:
Portrait of Sonny GrossoSonny Grosso
Cop Outside Hospital (uncredited)
Sonny Grosso was:
Portrait of Joe Lo GrippoJoe Lo Grippo
Sonny's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Joe Lo Grippo was:
Portrait of Randy JurgensenRandy Jurgensen
Sonny's Killer #1 (uncredited)
Randy Jurgensen was:
Portrait of Tony LipTony Lip
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Tony Lip was:
Portrait of Lou Martini Jr.Lou Martini Jr.
Boy at Wedding (uncredited)
Lou Martini Jr. was:
Portrait of Raymond MartinoRaymond Martino
Corleone Family Member (uncredited)
Raymond Martino was:
Portrait of Joseph MedagliaJoseph Medaglia
Priest at Baptism (uncredited)
Joseph Medaglia was:
Portrait of Rick PetrucelliRick Petrucelli
Man in Passenger Seat (uncredited)
Rick Petrucelli was:
Portrait of Sal RichardsSal Richards
Drunk (uncredited)
Sal Richards was:
Portrait of Tom RosquiTom Rosqui
Rocco Lampone (uncredited)
Tom Rosqui was:
Portrait of Frank SiveroFrank Sivero
Street Extra (uncredited)
Frank Sivero was:
Portrait of Filomena SpagnuoloFilomena Spagnuolo
Extra in Wedding Scene (uncredited)
Filomena Spagnuolo was:
Portrait of Nick VallelongaNick Vallelonga
Wedding Party Guest (uncredited)
Nick Vallelonga was:
Portrait of Joe SpinellJoe Spinell
William 'Willie' Cicci (uncredited)
Joe Spinell was:
Portrait of Conrad YamaConrad Yama
Fruit Vendor (uncredited)
Conrad Yama was:
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