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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Lethal Weapon 3

Lethal Weapon 3

Release Date: Friday, May 15 1992 (30 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 Rene RussoRene Russo
Lorna Cole
Rene Russo was:
Portrait of Stuart WilsonStuart Wilson
Jack Travis
Stuart Wilson was:
Portrait of Steve KahanSteve Kahan
Captain Ed Murphy
Steve Kahan was:
Portrait of Mary Ellen TrainorMary Ellen Trainor
Stephanie Woods
Mary Ellen Trainor was:
Portrait of Darlene LoveDarlene Love
Trish Murtaugh
Darlene Love 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 Thomas A. GeasThomas A. Geas
Man at Hamburger Stand
Thomas A. Geas was:
Portrait of Gregory MillarGregory Millar
Tyrone
Gregory Millar was:
Portrait of Nick ChinlundNick Chinlund
Hatchett
Nick Chinlund was:
Portrait of Alan ScarfeAlan Scarfe
Herman Walters
Alan Scarfe was:
Portrait of Delores HallDelores Hall
Delores
Delores Hall was:
Portrait of Mark PellegrinoMark Pellegrino
Billy Phelps
Mark Pellegrino was:
Portrait of John CenatiempoJohn Cenatiempo
Smitty
John Cenatiempo was:
Portrait of Pete AnticoPete Antico
Henchman #1 / Hubie
Pete Antico was:
Portrait of Sven-Ole ThorsenSven-Ole Thorsen
Henchman #2
Sven-Ole Thorsen was:
Portrait of Paul TuerpePaul Tuerpe
Henchman #3
Paul Tuerpe was:
Portrait of Veronica AlicinoVeronica Alicino
Squad Member #1 (as Ronnie Alicino)
Veronica Alicino was:
Portrait of Miguel A. Núñez, Jr.Miguel A. Núñez, Jr.
Squad Member #4 (as Miguel Nunez)
Miguel A. Núñez, Jr. was:
Portrait of Philip MoonPhilip Moon
Squad Member #5
Philip Moon was:
Portrait of Vince HowardVince Howard
Preacher (as Vincent Howard)
Vince Howard was:
Portrait of Paul HippPaul Hipp
Doctor
Paul Hipp was:
Portrait of Lauren Shuler DonnerLauren Shuler Donner
Nurse (as Lauren Shuler-Donner)
Lauren Shuler Donner was:
Portrait of Marian CollierMarian Collier
Patron
Marian Collier was:
Portrait of James OliverJames Oliver
Manager
James Oliver was:
Portrait of Jan de BontJan de Bont
Dutch Cameraman (uncredited)
Jan de Bont was:
Portrait of Mic RodgersMic Rodgers
Bomb Scene Cop #1 (uncredited)
Mic Rodgers was:
Portrait of Stephen T. KayStephen T. Kay
Movie Director
Stephen T. Kay was:
Portrait of Norman D. WilsonNorman D. Wilson
Fast Eddie
Norman D. Wilson was:
Portrait of Anthony JohnsonAnthony Johnson
Drug Dealer
Anthony Johnson was:
Portrait of Jason RainwaterJason Rainwater
Officer Chuck Edwards
Jason Rainwater was:
Portrait of J. Mills GoodloeJ. Mills Goodloe
Harbormaster
J. Mills Goodloe was:
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