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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Lethal Weapon 2

Lethal Weapon 2

Release Date: Friday, July 7 1989 (33 years ago)
Portrait of Mel GibsonMel Gibson
Martin Riggs
Mel Gibson was:
Portrait of Danny GloverDanny Glover
Roger Murtaugh
Danny Glover was:
Portrait of Joe PesciJoe Pesci
Leo Getz
Joe Pesci was:
Portrait of Joss AcklandJoss Ackland
Arjen Rudd
Joss Ackland was:
Portrait of Derrick O'ConnorDerrick O'Connor
Pieter 'Adolph' Vorstedt
Derrick O'Connor was:
Portrait of Patsy KensitPatsy Kensit
Rika van den Haas
Patsy Kensit was:
Portrait of Darlene LoveDarlene Love
Trish Murtaugh
Darlene Love was:
Portrait of Steve KahanSteve Kahan
Captain Ed Murphy
Steve Kahan was:
Portrait of Mark RolstonMark Rolston
Hans
Mark Rolston was:
Portrait of Jenette GoldsteinJenette Goldstein
Officer Meagan Shapiro
Jenette Goldstein was:
Portrait of Dean NorrisDean Norris
Tim Cavanaugh
Dean Norris was:
Portrait of Juney SmithJuney Smith
Tom Wyler
Juney Smith was:
Portrait of Nestor SerranoNestor Serrano
Eddie Estaban
Nestor Serrano was:
Portrait of Philip SurianoPhilip Suriano
Joseph Ragucci
Philip Suriano was:
Portrait of Grand L. BushGrand L. Bush
Jerry Collins
Grand L. Bush was:
Portrait of Allan Dean MooreAllan Dean Moore
George
Allan Dean Moore was:
Portrait of Jack McGeeJack McGee
Mickey McGee, the Carpenter
Jack McGee was:
Portrait of Mary Ellen TrainorMary Ellen Trainor
Police Psychiatrist
Mary Ellen Trainor was:
Portrait of Traci WolfeTraci Wolfe
Rianne Murtaugh
Traci Wolfe was:
Portrait of Ebonie SmithEbonie Smith
Carrie Murtaugh
Ebonie Smith was:
Portrait of Damon HinesDamon Hines
Nick Murtaugh
Damon Hines was:
Portrait of Tony CarreiroTony Carreiro
Marcelli
Tony Carreiro was:
Portrait of Sherman HowardSherman Howard
Hitman
Sherman Howard was:
Portrait of Pat SkipperPat Skipper
Hitman
Pat Skipper was:
Portrait of Jim PiddockJim Piddock
Consulate Envoy
Jim Piddock was:
Portrait of David MarcianoDavid Marciano
Cop #1
David Marciano was:
Portrait of Tommy HinkleyTommy Hinkley
Cop #2
Tommy Hinkley was:
Portrait of Lionel DouglassLionel Douglass
Officer Friesen
Lionel Douglass was:
Portrait of James OliverJames Oliver
Officer Moss
James Oliver was:
Portrait of Marian CollierMarian Collier
Poolside Card Player
Marian Collier was:
Portrait of Norman D. WilsonNorman D. Wilson
Man in Squad Room
Norman D. Wilson was:
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