Shia Saide LaBeouf, born June 11, 1986, in Los Angeles, California is a Jewish American Emmy-winning actor. Although young of age, Shia LaBeouf is already an accomplished actor with a lengthy resume.

Only a few short years ago, Shia LaBeouf was just another Disney Channel tween actor hoping to make the leap from a family sitcom to the big screen. These days, he's leading a master class in how to build a grown-up career. [1]

Partial filmography

  • 2003 Made feature debut in the comedy feature Holes.
  • 2003 Starred in the feature The Battle of Shaker Heights.
  • 2004 Featured in the sci-fi thriller I, Robot.
  • 2005 Portrayed real-life amateur golfer Francis Ouimet in The Greatest Game Ever Played.
  • 2005 Starred opposite Keanu Reeves in Constantine.
  • 2006 Co-starred in Bobby, an ensemble production centered around the night of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination.
  • 2006 Played a young Robert Downey Jr. in A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.
  • 2007 Played a brainy teen charged with saving the world in Transformers.
  • 2007 Starred in the thriller Disturbia, a high-tech teen update of Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window".

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