Shia LaBeouf (born June 11th 1986)
Shia LaBeouf is an American movie star best known for his appearance in the 'Transformers' films and 'Nymphomaniac'.
Net worth: Shia LaBeouf has a net worth of $25 million according to Celebrity Net Worth (2015).
Film career: Shia LaBeouf began his performing career as a comedian at the age of 10. After procuring an agent, he landed a part in the Disney Channel's 'Even Stevens', for which he later one an Emmy. In 2003 he appeared in 'Holes' and landed his next major role in 2005's 'Constantine' opposite Keanu Reeves. In 2007, he appeared in the thriller 'Disturbia' before landing the role of Sam Witwicky in 2008's 'Transformers'. The movie was soon followed up by sequels 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' and 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'. That year he also appeared in Steven Spielberg's 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' alongside Harrison Ford He directed his first music video with Cage's track 'I Never Knew You'. The pair alongside Kid Cudi also worked on a short together entitled 'Maniac'. In 2010, he starred in Oliver Stone's 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' and received critical acclaim for his performance. He was the subject of a Rob Cantor parody song which described LaBeouf as a cannibal. It was taken in good humour by the actor who even appeared in the video. LaBeouf is the author of graphic novels 'Stale N Mate', 'Cyclical', and 'Let's F***ing Party', though some content was accused of being plagiarized. 2012 saw him in crime thriller 'Lawless', and that year he went nude for Sigur Rós' 'Fjögur Píanó' video. He appeared in erotic drama 'Nymphomaniac' in 2013 and Brad Pitt's war time movie 'Fury' in 2014. He also starred in the video for Sia's song 'Elastic Heart' alongside Maddie Ziegler in 2015.
Personal life: Shia LaBeouf was brough up in LA to parents Shayna, a dancer and fashion designer, and Jeffrey, a former soldier who struggled with drug and alcohol addictions. They later divorced and Shia was exposed to increasing financial difficulties. He was raised both Jewish and Christian, having had a Bar Mitzvah and a baptism. He went to 32nd Street Visual and Performing Arts Magnet as well as Alexander Hamilton High School. He had a relationship with China Brezner between 2004 and 2007, and later Carey Mulligan from 2009 to 2010. He also admitted having dated Isabel Lucas and Megan Fox while they were both in relationships already. LaBeouf has had various brushes with the law. He was arrested in 2005 sfter an altercation with his neighbour whereby he rammed into his car and threatened him with a knife when he wouldn't let Shia access his garage, He was arrested again for trespassing in 2007 when he refused to leave a Chicago Walgreens. The following year he was fined $500 after failing to attend court for smoking illegally in Burbank, California. That year he was also arrested for drink driving when he crashed into a truck and crushed his hand. His license was suspended, though the incident itself was confirmed as not his fault. His hand required extensive surgery following the accident. In 2014, he was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after perpetually shouting and swearing during a performance at Studio 54 theater in New York. In 2013 he was accused of plagiarism when he released the short 'Howard Cantour.com'. Bloggers pointed out the similarities to Dan Clowes 2007 comic 'Justin M. Damiano'. He later apologised with apparently plagiarized apologies. Following these reports, he arrived at the premiere of 'Nymphomaniac' wearing a brown paper bag on his head with the words 'I am not famous anymore'. The stunt was later repeated as part of an exhibition at an LA gallery entitled #IAMSORRY where he greeted visitors one by one in a room, though he said nothing and sat still the entire time. Visitors were invited to select an object on offer outside and take it in with them. That year he claimed he was raped by a woman during the exhibition, though no-one has been able to track down the perpetrator.
LaBeouf was spotted out and about with English singer FKA twigs this week.
Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf and actress Mia Goth are calling it quits after two years of marriage, reportedly filing for divorce this month.
A representative for 32 year old LaBeouf apparently told Entertainment Tonight that he and Goth has decided to split. The source also added that the decision had been made mutually and amicably, and that all details will be kept private.
The news comes the same week as that the Daily Mail speculated that there may be new romance in the air for LaBeouf, as he was snapped stepping out with British R&B star FKA Twigs. Real name Tahliah Debrett Barnett, twigs had previously been engaged to Twilight star Robert Pattinson, but called off their wedding late last year. She and LaBeouf are starring together in his upcoming new film Honey Boy.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf Divorces Mia Goth; New Romance On The Cards?
LaBeouf is playing his own father in 'Honey Boy', from whose set the first pictures emerged this week.
Shia LaBeouf was photographed having made his most profound and striking character transformation yet, donning a bald cap and glasses to play his real-life father in upcoming movie, Honey Boy.
The 31 year old actor was snapped on the set of the film in an almost unrecognisable get-up for the film, in which he plays his own father, Jeffrey Craig LaBeouf. In photos, he’s riding a motorcycle while wearing a construction vest, while in others he’s seen smoking a cigarette in blue jeans, a brown vest over a jean jacket and construction boots.
The project, which LaBeouf penned himself, is loosely based on his own life, and concerns a child actor trying to repair his relationship with his alcoholic father over the course of ten years, according to Variety.
The 31 year old star was arrested back in July 2017, video footage of which went viral.
Shia LaBeouf has broken his silence about his tabloid-headlining arrest in Georgia last year, saying that he “f***ed up”. The star was arrested in Savannah in July 2017, for disorderly conduct, obstruction and public drunkenness.
In a clip obtained by TMZ and which went viral, LaBeouf was denied a cigarette from two strangers, one of whom was a police officer. When the actor grew angry and ignored the officer’s warnings to calm down, he was detained and taken to a police station.
However, in another clip, LaBeouf could be heard taunting a black police officer about being “stuck in a police force that “doesn’t give a f*** about you”, and bragged about how his “millionaire lawyers” would help him beat the rap.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf Breaks Silence About Georgia Arrest: "I'm A Buffoon"
LaBeouf appeared in Chatham County Courthouse in Georgia regarding his drunken, foul-mouthed arrest back in July.
Shia LaBeouf has been sentenced to a year’s probation under the threat of prison, and ordered to attend anger management classes, having appeared in court regarding his arrest for public drunkenness in Georgia earlier this year.
The oft-troubled 31 year old American Honey actor was arrested in Savannah, Georgia back in July this year, after he refused to obey a police officer’s order for him to leave a local market at 4:00am, apparently flying into a foul-mouthed rage after somebody refused him a cigarette.
Several videos went viral of the arrest, in which LaBeouf drops several swear words and calls a white officer “racist” for “arresting a fellow white man”.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf Accepts Plea Deal Regarding Georgia Arrest, Avoids Jail
Skilfully made by Swedish filmmaker Janus Metz (the award-winning Armadillo), this film is essentially a biopic about tennis icon Bjorn Borg that centres on his fascinating rivalry with John McEnroe. Indeed, in Scandinavia, the film is simply titled Borg. But the script has a complexity to it that finds clever parallels between two players who seem on the surface to be opposites. And it has things to say that will resonate with audiences who know nothing about tennis history.
It's set around the 1980 Wimbledon final, an epic match that captured the world's attention as it pitted the ice-cool four-time champion Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) against the volcanically tempered upstart McEnroe (Shia LaBeouf, in a nifty bit of casting). While it felt like a battle between the old guard and a young upstart, there were actually only three years between 24-year-old Borg and 21-year-old McEnroe. But while Borg was intensely focussed, meeting with his manager Lennart (Stellan Skarsgard) and keeping his fiancee (Tuva Novotny) at arm's length, McEnroe was partying with his friends, fellow players Peter Fleming (Scott Arthur) and Vitas Garulitis (Robert Emms), at least until time came to meet them on court.
The script digs occasionally into McEnroe's childhood, but spends considerably more time with Borg over the years (played as a youngster by Leo Borg, Bjorn's son, and as a teen by Marcus Mossberg). Intriguingly, when he was younger Borg was a lot more like McEnroe, with a short temper that erupts into epic tantrums, and watching him he learn to suppress them is fascinating. In the present day, Gudnason and LaBeouf capture the characters perfectly both on-court and off, finding big contrasts and more subtle similarities. And both Novotny and Skarsgard have strong scenes of their own, creating real-life people out of what could have been simplistic side roles.
Continue reading: Borg/McEnroe Review
Shia was arrested at the weekend for a disturbance at a hotel in Georgia, and bodycam footage from the arresting officers showed him using foul language.
Following the emergence of video footage of him directing foul language at policemen while being arrested at the weekend, actor Shia LaBeouf has apologised and revealed that he’s seeking professional help for addiction.
The 31 year old actor was arrested in a hotel lobby in Savannah, Georgia on Saturday (July 8th) at 4am, for “using profanities and vulgar language in front of the women and children present” after he was denied a cigarette from somebody, according to the local police.
Two days later, bodycam footage from the arresting officers showed LaBeouf ranting about race, calling an officer a “dumb f***” and telling them he had “millionaire lawyers”.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf Apologises For Police Rant, Reveals Addiction Struggles
Video footage has been released following the actor's arrest at the weekend.
So we know Shia LaBeouf ended up in a prison cell this weekend for disorderly conduct, but apparently his behaviour didn't stop after he was arrested. Recent footage has shown the actor going off on a profanity-laden rant at cops while on the way to the station in Savannah, Georgia.
Shia LaBeouf at 'Man Down' premiere
Early on Saturday morning (July 8th 2017), the actor was arrested for disorderly conduct, obstruction and public drunkenness after displaying loud and aggressive behaviour when he was refused a cigarette from a man in the street. When cops approached him, he allegedly ran into the lobby of a hotel but was soon cuffed and placed in a cop car.
Continue reading: The Extent Of Shia LaBeouf's Tirade At Cops Is Revealed
The actor has been arrested for disorderly conduct.
It seemed for a time that Shia LaBeouf had changed, but now he's gone right back to his unruly ways and got himself arrested after a drunken altercation with a stranger. Reports say the incident occurred after he was refused a cigarette, and ended up trying to escape cops by running to a hotel.
Shia LaBeouf at 'Man Down' premiere
In the early hours of Saturday morning (July 8th 2017), police arrested Shia LaBeouf in Savannah, Georgia for disorderly conduct, obstruction and public drunkenness according to TMZ. It seems he asked a man in the street for a cigarette, was refused, and ended up aggressively shouting and swearing. Cops got involved, Shia tried to avoid arrest by running into a hotel where he was caught and taken into custody.
Continue reading: Drunken Shia LaBeouf In Trouble With Cops Again
British filmmaker Andrea Arnold follows her acclaimed arthouse hits Fish Tank and Wuthering Heights with a road trip across the American West. It's stunningly photographed by Robbie Ryan with a vivid sense of light, skin and expansive landscapes. And it's acted with an offhanded honesty by its young cast. But there's no real plot to speak of, and as the film unfolds over nearly three hours, it becomes naggingly clear that there isn't much of a point.
It centres on Star (Sasha Lane), an 18-year-old from Texas who is fed up with her miserable life caring for her younger siblings while her mother parties in local bars and her boyfriend acts like a caveman. So she runs off and joins the present-day equivalent of the circus: a travelling group of hard-partying teens selling magazines door-to-door. Their jaded leader Krystal (Riley Keough) doesn't care about the alcohol, sex and drugs as long as she's making money. And as Star settles in, she develops a crush on Jake (Shia LaBeouf), the guy training her on the job. As they move from town to town, Star has a series of small adventures that turn nasty, and could go much worse at any moment.
This potential danger is the only real tension in the film, although Star is oblivious to the fact that she continually puts herself in perilous situations. She learns nothing through all of these experiences, which is very frustrating for a movie audience to watch. This is a very simple young woman whose only dream is to get a trailer of her own and fill it with babies. Like all of these kids, she is living for the moment without any sense of responsibility or direction. This is a knowing comment on a generation raised in the longest recession in human history, but it leaves the movie feeling like it's spinning its wheels.
Continue reading: American Honey Review
Over the past five years, Shia LaBeouf has gone from promising young actor to unemployable disaster and back again.
His off-screen antics very nearly put an end to his career, as filmmakers didn't want him on their sets. He's been arrested multiple times for alcohol-fuelled displays, fired from a Broadway play and accused of plagiarism in his work. So he decided to clean up his act. Now 30 and sober, he feels like he's getting back on track.
Shia LeBeouf in American Honey
His first big move is to star in Andrea Arnold's new movie American Honey, which took Cannes by storm this year. While making the film, Arnold deliberately refused to give LaBeouf anything more than a page of dialogue each morning as they shot the movie on the road over seven weeks.
Continue reading: Shia Labeouf Got 12 Tattoos While Making American Honey
American actor Shia LaBeouf was spotted out getting some coffee and a salad. He appeared to be sporting a new rats tail style haircut while he was out in Studio City, Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 2nd March 2015
Photographs from the red carpet at the premiere of 'Fury' at the 58th British Film Institute London Film Festival
Date of birth
11th June, 1986
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