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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Zodiac

Zodiac

Release Date: Friday, March 2 2007 (15 years ago)
Portrait of Robert Downey Jr.Robert Downey Jr.
Paul Avery
Robert Downey Jr. was:
Portrait of Mark RuffaloMark Ruffalo
Dave Toschi
Mark Ruffalo was:
Portrait of Jake GyllenhaalJake Gyllenhaal
Robert Graysmith
Jake Gyllenhaal was:
Portrait of June Diane RaphaelJune Diane Raphael
Mrs. Toschi
June Diane Raphael was:
Portrait of Anthony EdwardsAnthony Edwards
Bill Armstrong
Anthony Edwards was:
Portrait of Ciara HughesCiara Hughes
Darlene Ferrin
Ciara Hughes was:
Portrait of Chloë SevignyChloë Sevigny
Melanie
Chloë Sevigny was:
Portrait of Brian CoxBrian Cox
Melvin Belli
Brian Cox was:
Portrait of John Carroll LynchJohn Carroll Lynch
Arthur Leigh Allen
John Carroll Lynch was:
Portrait of Clea DuVallClea DuVall
Linda del Buono
Clea DuVall was:
Portrait of Elias KoteasElias Koteas
Jack Mulanax
Elias Koteas was:
Portrait of Dermot MulroneyDermot Mulroney
Captain Martin Lee
Dermot Mulroney was:
Portrait of John GetzJohn Getz
Templeton Peck
John Getz was:
Portrait of John TerryJohn Terry
Charles Thieriot
John Terry was:
Portrait of Donal LogueDonal Logue
Captain Ken Narlow
Donal Logue was:
Portrait of Adam GoldbergAdam Goldberg
Duffy Jennings
Adam Goldberg was:
Portrait of Richmond ArquetteRichmond Arquette
Zodiac 1 / Zodiac 2
Richmond Arquette was:
Portrait of Bob StephensonBob Stephenson
Zodiac 3
Bob Stephenson was:
Portrait of John LacyJohn Lacy
Zodiac 4
John Lacy was:
Portrait of Ed SetrakianEd Setrakian
Al Hyman
Ed Setrakian was:
Portrait of Candy ClarkCandy Clark
Carol Fisher
Candy Clark was:
Portrait of Lee NorrisLee Norris
Young Mike Mageau
Lee Norris was:
Portrait of Jimmi SimpsonJimmi Simpson
Mike Mageau
Jimmi Simpson was:
Portrait of James Le GrosJames Le Gros
Officer George Bawart
James Le Gros was:
Portrait of Philip Baker HallPhilip Baker Hall
Sherwood Morrill
Philip Baker Hall was:
Portrait of Patrick Scott LewisPatrick Scott Lewis
Bryan Hartnell
Patrick Scott Lewis was:
Portrait of Pell JamesPell James
Cecilia Shepard
Pell James was:
Portrait of David Lee SmithDavid Lee Smith
Father
David Lee Smith was:
Portrait of Jason WilesJason Wiles
Lab Tech Dagitz
Jason Wiles was:
Portrait of Charles SchneiderCharles Schneider
Cabbie / Paul Stine
Charles Schneider was:
Portrait of James CarrawayJames Carraway
Shorty
James Carraway was:
Portrait of Tom VericaTom Verica
Jim Dunbar
Tom Verica was:
Portrait of Doan LyDoan Ly
Belli's Housekeeper
Doan Ly was:
Portrait of Karina LogueKarina Logue
Woman
Karina Logue was:
Portrait of Joel BissonnetteJoel Bissonnette
Inspector Kracke
Joel Bissonnette was:
Portrait of Zach GrenierZach Grenier
Mel Nicolai
Zach Grenier was:
Portrait of John MahonJohn Mahon
Riverside Captain
John Mahon was:
Portrait of Matt WinstonMatt Winston
John Allen
Matt Winston was:
Portrait of Jules BruffJules Bruff
Catherine Allen
Jules Bruff was:
Portrait of John EnnisJohn Ennis
Terry Pascoe
John Ennis was:
Portrait of J. Patrick McCormackJ. Patrick McCormack
Police Commissioner
J. Patrick McCormack was:
Portrait of Charles FleischerCharles Fleischer
Bob Vaughn
Charles Fleischer was:
Portrait of Paul SchulzePaul Schulze
Sandy Panzarella
Paul Schulze was:
Portrait of Adam TreseAdam Trese
Detective #1
Adam Trese was:
Portrait of Penny WallacePenny Wallace
Mulanax's Secretary
Penny Wallace was:
Portrait of John HemphillJohn Hemphill
Donald Cheney
John Hemphill was:
Portrait of Michel FrancoeurMichel Francoeur
Man on Marquee
Michel Francoeur was:
Portrait of Thomas KopacheThomas Kopache
Copy Editor #1
Thomas Kopache was:
Portrait of Barry LivingstonBarry Livingston
Copy Editor #3
Barry Livingston was:
Portrait of Christopher John FieldsChristopher John Fields
Copy Editor #4
Christopher John Fields was:
Portrait of Phoebe HolstonPhoebe Holston
Prison Guard
Phoebe Holston was:
Portrait of Stanley B. HermanStanley B. Herman
Staff Editor
Stanley B. Herman was:
Portrait of Ione SkyeIone Skye
Kathleen Johns
Ione Skye was:
Portrait of David Winston BargeDavid Winston Barge
Vallejo Desk Ofiicer
David Winston Barge was:
Portrait of Peter QuartaroliPeter Quartaroli
Patrolman Fouke
Peter Quartaroli was:
Portrait of Geoff CallanGeoff Callan
Patrolman Zelms
Geoff Callan was:
Portrait of Betty MurphyBetty Murphy
Informant
Betty Murphy was:
Portrait of Michael HungerfordMichael Hungerford
Truck Driver
Michael Hungerford was:
Portrait of Brett RickabyBrett Rickaby
Detective Roy (uncredited)
Brett Rickaby was:
Portrait of Micah SauersMicah Sauers
David (uncredited)
Micah Sauers was:
Portrait of Hayati AkbasHayati Akbas
Hardware Store Customer (uncredited)
Hayati Akbas was:
Portrait of Brad CarrBrad Carr
Camera Man (uncredited)
Brad Carr was:
Portrait of JD CullumJD Cullum
Assistant Director (uncredited)
JD Cullum was:
Portrait of Rod DamerRod Damer
FBI Codebreaker (uncredited)
Rod Damer was:
Portrait of Judith DrakeJudith Drake
Florence Douglas (uncredited)
Judith Drake was:
Portrait of Mitchell FinkMitchell Fink
Reporter (uncredited)
Mitchell Fink was:
Portrait of Erica FordErica Ford
Traveler (uncredited)
Erica Ford was:
Portrait of Ted GarciaTed Garcia
(uncredited)
Ted Garcia was:
Portrait of Gloria GrantGloria Grant
Bettye Harden (uncredited)
Gloria Grant was:
Portrait of Tish HicksTish Hicks
Informant (uncredited)
Tish Hicks was:
Portrait of Janis JonesJanis Jones
Police Receptionist (uncredited)
Janis Jones was:
Portrait of Roy Lee JonesRoy Lee Jones
Distraught African American Male (uncredited)
Roy Lee Jones was:
Portrait of Anna KatarinaAnna Katarina
Society Woman (uncredited)
Anna Katarina was:
Portrait of Marty LodgeMarty Lodge
Pinole Foreman (uncredited)
Marty Lodge was:
Portrait of Danielle McKeeDanielle McKee
Prisoner (uncredited)
Danielle McKee was:
Portrait of Cazimir MilostanCazimir Milostan
Internal Affairs Agent (uncredited)
Cazimir Milostan was:
Portrait of Dave NemethDave Nemeth
Newscaster (uncredited)
Dave Nemeth was:
Portrait of Derris NileDerris Nile
Office Worker (uncredited)
Derris Nile was:
Portrait of James Joseph O'NeilJames Joseph O'Neil
DOD Project Leader (uncredited)
James Joseph O'Neil was:
Portrait of Jeff Daniel PhillipsJeff Daniel Phillips
Informant (uncredited)
Jeff Daniel Phillips was:
Portrait of Carmen PlumbCarmen Plumb
Janie (uncredited)
Carmen Plumb was:
Portrait of Michael RoseMichael Rose
Navy Project Leader (uncredited)
Michael Rose was:
Portrait of Jack SamsonJack Samson
Young David Graysmith (uncredited)
Jack Samson was:
Portrait of Zachary SauersZachary Sauers
Aaron Graysmith (uncredited)
Zachary Sauers was:
Portrait of Bill SewardBill Seward
TV News Anchor (uncredited)
Bill Seward was:
Portrait of Callie ThompsonCallie Thompson
Child Witness (uncredited)
Callie Thompson was:
Portrait of Cooper ThorntonCooper Thornton
Internal Affairs Agent (uncredited)
Cooper Thornton was:
Portrait of Cassius M. WillisCassius M. Willis
Uniform Cop (uncredited)
Cassius M. Willis was:
Portrait of Shane WoodsonShane Woodson
Informant (uncredited)
Shane Woodson was:
Portrait of Bud DavisBud Davis
Patrolman (uncredited)
Bud Davis was:
Portrait of Ken NarlowKen Narlow
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ken Narlow was:
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