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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Red Dawn

Red Dawn

Release Date: Thursday, March 15 2012 (10 years ago)
Portrait of Chris HemsworthChris Hemsworth
Jed Eckert
Chris Hemsworth was:
Portrait of Josh PeckJosh Peck
Matt Eckert
Josh Peck was:
Portrait of Josh HutchersonJosh Hutcherson
Robert Kitner
Josh Hutcherson was:
Portrait of Isabel LucasIsabel Lucas
Erica Martin
Isabel Lucas was:
Portrait of Adrianne PalickiAdrianne Palicki
Toni Walsh
Adrianne Palicki was:
Portrait of Connor CruiseConnor Cruise
Daryl Jenkins
Connor Cruise was:
Portrait of Edwin HodgeEdwin Hodge
Danny
Edwin Hodge was:
Portrait of Jeffrey Dean MorganJeffrey Dean Morgan
Sgt. Maj. Andy Tanner
Jeffrey Dean Morgan was:
Portrait of Michael BeachMichael Beach
Mayor Jenkins
Michael Beach was:
Portrait of Alyssa DiazAlyssa Diaz
Julie
Alyssa Diaz was:
Portrait of Matt GeraldMatt Gerald
Hodges
Matt Gerald was:
Portrait of Brett CullenBrett Cullen
Sgt. Tom Eckert
Brett Cullen was:
Portrait of Julian AlcarazJulian Alcaraz
Greg
Julian Alcaraz was:
Portrait of Will Yun LeeWill Yun Lee
Captain Cho
Will Yun Lee was:
Portrait of Fernando ChienFernando Chien
Lt. Pak
Fernando Chien was:
Portrait of Kenneth ChoiKenneth Choi
Smith
Kenneth Choi was:
Portrait of Michael A. KnightMichael A. Knight
Colonel Ivanov
Michael A. Knight was:
Portrait of Steve LenzSteve Lenz
Pete
Steve Lenz was:
Portrait of Noah SmithNoah Smith
Joe
Noah Smith was:
Portrait of Lucas KerrLucas Kerr
Razner / #53
Lucas Kerr was:
Portrait of Linda BostonLinda Boston
Older Woman
Linda Boston was:
Portrait of Nicholas YuNicholas Yu
Korean Delegate
Nicholas Yu was:
Portrait of Spencer Strong SmithSpencer Strong Smith
Jim
Spencer Strong Smith was:
Portrait of Rusty MewhaRusty Mewha
Brian
Rusty Mewha was:
Portrait of Brian D. ThibaultBrian D. Thibault
Cashier
Brian D. Thibault was:
Portrait of Mark SchlerethMark Schlereth
Coach Dolen
Mark Schlereth was:
Portrait of Dan LewisDan Lewis
News Anchor
Dan Lewis was:
Portrait of Choua KueChoua Kue
Female Soldier
Choua Kue was:
Portrait of Sam LoocSam Looc
Driver / Soldier
Sam Looc was:
Portrait of Zachary SchaferZachary Schafer
Officer
Zachary Schafer was:
Portrait of Steven ChanSteven Chan
Korean Official
Steven Chan was:
Portrait of Dwight SoraDwight Sora
Drunk Officer
Dwight Sora was:
Portrait of Cindy ChuCindy Chu
Female Clerk
Cindy Chu was:
Portrait of Matthew Yang KingMatthew Yang King
Korean Soldier
Matthew Yang King was:
Portrait of BoyuenBoyuen
Korean General
Boyuen was:
Portrait of Arnold AgeeArnold Agee
Chinese Army Collaborator (uncredited)
Arnold Agee was:
Portrait of Mike AncrileMike Ancrile
Refugee / Homeless Person (uncredited)
Mike Ancrile was:
Portrait of Vincent Rogo AngeliniVincent Rogo Angelini
Bartender (uncredited)
Vincent Rogo Angelini was:
Portrait of Bernadette BalagtasBernadette Balagtas
Government Speaker (uncredited)
Bernadette Balagtas was:
Portrait of JB BlancJB Blanc
Newscaster (voice) (uncredited)
JB Blanc was:
Portrait of Richard 'Rick' BobierRichard 'Rick' Bobier
Homeless Street Person (uncredited)
Richard 'Rick' Bobier was:
Portrait of Ron CauseyRon Causey
Homeless Townsperson (uncredited)
Ron Causey was:
Portrait of P.J. EdwardsP.J. Edwards
New Recruit (uncredited)
P.J. Edwards was:
Portrait of Jacquelyn EvolaJacquelyn Evola
Daughter #1 (uncredited)
Jacquelyn Evola was:
Portrait of Jacqueline FortonJacqueline Forton
Refugee / Homeless Person (uncredited)
Jacqueline Forton was:
Portrait of Steven HauptmanSteven Hauptman
POW / Football Fan / Homeless Person (uncredited)
Steven Hauptman was:
Portrait of Doug KolbiczDoug Kolbicz
Wolverines Fan (uncredited)
Doug Kolbicz was:
Portrait of Chris KotcherChris Kotcher
New Recruit (uncredited)
Chris Kotcher was:
Portrait of Robert LaenenRobert Laenen
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Robert Laenen was:
Portrait of Chameria LawChameria Law
Chinese Collaborator (uncredited)
Chameria Law was:
Portrait of Bill LumbertBill Lumbert
Refugee (uncredited)
Bill Lumbert was:
Portrait of Misty MillsMisty Mills
Refugee (uncredited)
Misty Mills was:
Portrait of Stephen OyoungStephen Oyoung
Paratrooper 2 (uncredited)
Stephen Oyoung was:
Portrait of Ho-Sung PakHo-Sung Pak
Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
Ho-Sung Pak was:
Portrait of Courtney ParkinsonCourtney Parkinson
Titans Cheerleader (uncredited)
Courtney Parkinson was:
Portrait of Simon RheeSimon Rhee
Captain Cho Soldier (uncredited)
Simon Rhee was:
Portrait of Amanda BrightAmanda Bright
Bar Girl (uncredited)
Amanda Bright was:
Portrait of Ron YuanRon Yuan
The Clerk (uncredited)
Ron Yuan was:
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