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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Lethal Weapon

Lethal Weapon

Release Date: Friday, March 6 1987 (35 years ago)
Portrait of Mel GibsonMel Gibson
Martin Riggs
Mel Gibson was:
Portrait of Danny GloverDanny Glover
Roger Murtaugh
Danny Glover was:
Portrait of Gary BuseyGary Busey
Mr. Joshua
Gary Busey was:
Portrait of Mitchell RyanMitchell Ryan
General Peter McAllister
Mitchell Ryan was:
Portrait of Tom AtkinsTom Atkins
Michael Hunsaker
Tom Atkins was:
Portrait of Darlene LoveDarlene Love
Trish Murtaugh
Darlene Love was:
Portrait of Traci WolfeTraci Wolfe
Rianne Murtaugh
Traci Wolfe was:
Portrait of Jackie SwansonJackie Swanson
Amanda Hunsaker
Jackie Swanson was:
Portrait of Damon HinesDamon Hines
Nick Murtaugh
Damon Hines was:
Portrait of Ebonie SmithEbonie Smith
Carrie Murtaugh
Ebonie Smith was:
Portrait of Bill KalmensonBill Kalmenson
Beat Cop
Bill Kalmenson was:
Portrait of Lycia NaffLycia Naff
Dixie
Lycia Naff was:
Portrait of Patrick CameronPatrick Cameron
Cop #1
Patrick Cameron was:
Portrait of Don GordonDon Gordon
Cop #2
Don Gordon was:
Portrait of Jimmie F. SkaggsJimmie F. Skaggs
Drug Dealer #1
Jimmie F. Skaggs was:
Portrait of Jason RonardJason Ronard
Drug Dealer #2
Jason Ronard was:
Portrait of Blackie DammettBlackie Dammett
Drug Dealer #3
Blackie Dammett was:
Portrait of Gail BowmanGail Bowman
Cop
Gail Bowman was:
Portrait of Robert FolRobert Fol
Cop
Robert Fol was:
Portrait of Selma ArcherdSelma Archerd
Policewoman
Selma Archerd was:
Portrait of Richard B. WhitakerRichard B. Whitaker
Police Officer
Richard B. Whitaker was:
Portrait of Mary Ellen TrainorMary Ellen Trainor
Psychologist
Mary Ellen Trainor was:
Portrait of Steve KahanSteve Kahan
Captain Ed Murphy
Steve Kahan was:
Portrait of Jack ThibeauJack Thibeau
Sergeant McCaskey
Jack Thibeau was:
Portrait of Grand L. BushGrand L. Bush
Boyette
Grand L. Bush was:
Portrait of Ed O'RossEd O'Ross
Mendez
Ed O'Ross was:
Portrait of Gustav VintasGustav Vintas
Gustaf
Gustav Vintas was:
Portrait of Paul TuerpePaul Tuerpe
Mercenary
Paul Tuerpe was:
Portrait of Chad HayesChad Hayes
Mercenary
Chad Hayes was:
Portrait of Chris D.Chris D.
Mercenary
Chris D. was:
Portrait of Sven-Ole ThorsenSven-Ole Thorsen
Mercenary (as Sven Thorsen)
Sven-Ole Thorsen was:
Portrait of Peter DuPontPeter DuPont
Mercenary
Peter DuPont was:
Portrait of Gilles KohlerGilles Kohler
Mercenary
Gilles Kohler was:
Portrait of Cedric AdamsCedric Adams
Mercenary
Cedric Adams was:
Portrait of Jim J. PoslofJim J. Poslof
Mercenary
Jim J. Poslof was:
Portrait of Al LeongAl Leong
Endo
Al Leong was:
Portrait of Michael ShanerMichael Shaner
McCleary
Michael Shaner was:
Portrait of Natalie ZimmermanNatalie Zimmerman
Patrol Cop
Natalie Zimmerman was:
Portrait of Deborah DismukesDeborah Dismukes
Blonde on Bike
Deborah Dismukes was:
Portrait of Cheryl BakerCheryl Baker
Girl in Shower #1
Cheryl Baker was:
Portrait of Terri Lynn DossTerri Lynn Doss
Girl in Shower #2
Terri Lynn Doss was:
Portrait of Sharon K. BreckeSharon K. Brecke
Girl in Shower #3
Sharon K. Brecke was:
Portrait of Donald GoodenDonald Gooden
Alfred
Donald Gooden was:
Portrait of Alphonse MouzonAlphonse Mouzon
Alfred's Friend #1
Alphonse Mouzon was:
Portrait of Shaun HunterShaun Hunter
Alfred's Friend #2
Shaun Hunter was:
Portrait of Everitt Wayne Collins Jr.Everitt Wayne Collins Jr.
Alfred's Friend #3
Everitt Wayne Collins Jr. was:
Portrait of Lenny JulianoLenny Juliano
Patrol Cop
Lenny Juliano was:
Portrait of Henry BrownHenry Brown
Plainclothes Cop
Henry Brown was:
Portrait of Brian StrohmBrian Strohm
Family Friend
Brian Strohm was:
Portrait of Teresa KadotaniTeresa Kadotani
Hooker
Teresa Kadotani was:
Portrait of Frank ReinhardFrank Reinhard
Beat Cop
Frank Reinhard was:
Portrait of John O'NeillJohn O'Neill
Police Officer in Car #1
John O'Neill was:
Portrait of Tom NogaTom Noga
Police Officer in Car #2
Tom Noga was:
Portrait of Burbank the CatBurbank the Cat
Burbank the Cat
Burbank the Cat was:
Portrait of Larry ClardyLarry Clardy
Policeman (uncredited)
Larry Clardy was:
Portrait of Renée EstevezRenée Estevez
Underage Hooker (uncredited)
Renée Estevez was:
Portrait of Bob HarksBob Harks
Priest (uncredited)
Bob Harks was:
Portrait of Kathleen HarrisonKathleen Harrison
Mrs. Dilber (archive footage) (uncredited)
Kathleen Harrison was:
Portrait of Conrad HurttConrad Hurtt
Crime Scene Officer (uncredited)
Conrad Hurtt was:
Portrait of Mic RodgersMic Rodgers
Bus Driver (uncredited)
Mic Rodgers was:
Portrait of Joan SeveranceJoan Severance
Girl in Black Playsuit (uncredited)
Joan Severance was:
Portrait of Alastair SimAlastair Sim
Ebeneezer Scrooge (archive footage) (uncredited)
Alastair Sim was:
Portrait of Chris TashimaChris Tashima
Fire Rescue Attendant (uncredited)
Chris Tashima was:
Portrait of Norman D. WilsonNorman D. Wilson
Bartender (uncredited)
Norman D. Wilson was:
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