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Shia LaBeouf decided to pursue a career as an actor when he was a teenager, and legends abound about how far he went in his quest for fame. According to People Weekly, LaBeouf auditioned for Even Stevens (2000), the Disney Channel series that catapulted him to fame, and then told each of the kids waiting to audition that he had the part, effectively eliminating the competition. Such tenacity, combined with natural talent and charisma, undoubtedly helped drive LaBeouf to the forefront of Hollywood’s rising stars.
LaBeouf was born in Los Angeles on June 11, 1986, and grew up in the Echo Park neighbourhood, where he was nurtured in a multi-ethnic family. Jeffrey LaBeouf, his Cajun father, was a Vietnam veteran who worked as a circus clown, a sno-cone salesman, and a stand-up comedian. Shayna, Shia’s Jewish mother, worked as a clothing designer and jewellery maker. Shia was upset about his mother’s financial troubles after his parents divorced since he saw another youngster his age (a cast member of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) who lived a lavish lifestyle thanks to Quinn’s financial gains.
During his training, he predicted that he would break into acting through comedy. He acquired an agent via the phone directory, then spent two years honing a stand-up comedy performance that landed him (at the age of 12) performing “blue” routines to adult audiences at The Ice House in Pasadena. LaBeouf admitted that he was kicked out of every school he attended (for his notoriously profane vocabulary and other reasons), but his professional drive more than made up for it.
In the year 2000, he auditioned for the Disney series Even Stevens and was cast. The connection between Louis Stevens (LaBeouf), a stupid and goofy teen, and his elder sister, Ren, was the subject of that sitcom (Christy Carlson Romano). The show immediately gained a following on Disney and ran for several seasons; its popularity led to the release of a small-screen film, The Even Stevens Movie, in 2003. LaBeouf had a hectic period from 2002 to 2003, which was undoubtedly his breakthrough period.
In addition to The Even Stevens Movie, the actor has agreed to appear in season two of Project Greenlight, the controversial nationwide contest for young independent filmmakers launched by Damon and Affleck and accompanied by an HBO reality series of the same name. As a result, at-home viewers got to see Shia LaBeouf, Elden Hensen, Kathleen Quinlan, Amy Smart, and other actors go through the stormy production of Efram Potelle and Kyle Rankin’s eccentric comic drama The Battle of Shaker Heights months before it was released. When the full film was released in August of 2003, it received mostly negative reviews, but a number of critics (including Roger Ebert) singled out LaBeouf’s lead performance as something unique in an otherwise problematic film.
In the same year, LaBeouf starred in Andrew Davis’ Disney fantasy Holes, in which he played a young boy sent to an oddball Texas detention centre and forced to dig a series of 5-foot-deep pits in the desert sun for mysterious reasons; the film was a critical and commercial success, and it became one of the year’s sleeper hits. Indeed, LaBeouf’s dramatic ability was polished even more sharply by his connection with co-star Jon Voight, and the film’s popularity undoubtedly propelled him on to even higher heights (Coming Home), LaBeouf would later credit as a significant professional influence.
Late in 2004, LaBeouf signed on to play the lead in another Disney film, Bill Paxton’s The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005), a biopic of golfer Francis Ouimet that divided critics but gave an excellent showcase for LaBeouf’s talents. Over the next few years, LaBeouf landed several of Hollywood’s most coveted A-list roles, including a demon-slayer fighting alongside Keanu Reeves in director Francis Lawrence’s apocalyptic fantasy Constantine (2005), and a young man struggling to find a different path out of the ghetto than crime and prison in Dito Montiel’s A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints. In 2007, the actor played a surfing penguin in the computer-animated comedy Surf’s Up, and he prepared for his role as Sam Witwicky in one of the year’s most anticipated films, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay.
In 2008’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, LaBeouf played Harrison Ford’s sidekick, and in 2010’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, he played young financial exec Jake Moore. Despite the fact that neither film was well received by consumers or reviewers, LaBeouf retained the Transformers franchise and would return for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in 2009 and Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 2011. With the bootlegging drama Lawless, he tried his hand at a period piece in 2012.
PERSONAL PROFILE: Shia LaBeouf
- Full Name: Shia LaBeouf
- Real Name: Shia LaBeouf
- Date of Birth: June 11, 1986
- Age: 35
- Birth Sign: Gemini
- Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, USA
- Profession: American Actor
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