Shia LaBeouf

Shia LaBeouf
Born Shia Saide LaBeouf on June 11, 1986, in Los Angeles, LaBeouf was raised in the working class neighborhood of Echo Park by his mother, Shayna Saide, whose own father worked as a comedian in the Borscht Belt. His father, Jeffrey, was a Vietnam veteran and jack-of-all-trades who divorced Saide while struggling with drug addiction, leaving her to support their son by selling fabrics and jewelry. In later years, LaBeouf would reconcile with his eccentric father and even provide shelter for him in a teepee on land purchased in Montana and, on occasion, in the garage of his Los Angeles home. A precocious child with a talent for spinning outlandish stories at a young age, LaBeouf began performing stand-up at local clubs while still in grade school, all as a means of assisting his cash-strapped family. The acting bug bit harder when LaBeouf saw a friend in an episode of the family series, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (CBS, 1993-98); it was a pivotal moment which strengthened his resolve to pursue acting as a means of satisfying both his need to financially help his family and his desire to perform.LaBeouf reunited with the "Even Stevens" cast for a Disney Channel original movie, "The Even Stevens Movie" (2003), before making the jump to theatrical features, starting with Disney's adaptation of the popular young adult book "Holes" (2003). As Stanley Yelnats, the son of a family of New York eccentrics who finds himself incarcerated at a hard labor camp for young criminal offenders, LaBeouf brought both his comic chops and an effortless knack for drama, which allowed him to shine in a cast populated by heavyweights like Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight and Tim Blake Nelson. "Holes" earned LaBeouf critical praise as well as the inevitable "performer-to-watch" buzz. For his performance in that film, LaBeouf netted an MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Male Performer. LaBeouf's other big screen adventures in 2003 were somewhat less noteworthy; he had a cameo in the noisy "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" and took the lead in "The Battle of Shaker Heights," the second film to come from the dire "Project Greenlight" (HBO/Bravo, 2000-05) reality series. LaBeouf's raw frustration with the ill-prepared directors of "Shaker Heights" and its hot-wired producers was the sole highlight of the show's second season.Just months after "Crystal Skull" was released, LaBeouf was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after his pick-up truck collided with another vehicle at 3 a.m. in West Hollywood, CA. The actor was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries to his knee and hand, as well as a minor head injury. Though the arresting officers detected alcohol on his breath and obvious signs of intoxication, LaBeouf was not formally charged. Police later revealed that the other driver caused the accident by ignoring a red light and was subject to arrest. In the car with LeBeouf was actress Isabel Lucas, who was set to co-star with him in the action sequel, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" (2009), where his character, Sam, joins Optimus Prime in battling the Decepticons while learning the truth behind the ancient origins of the Transformers. He followed that with another high-profile effort, "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" (2010), Oliver Stone's disappointing follow up to "Wall Street" (1987), which was notable only for the resurgence of everybody's favorite greed-ridden corporate raider, Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas). LaBeouf played the distrustful fiancé to Gekko's estranged daughter (Carey Mulligan). During filming, he began to romance his co-star, Hollywood newcomer Mulligan. The couple broke up after over a year of dating. Following the middling success of "Wall Street," LaBeouf returned to familiar territory with the third installment, "Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon" (2011) which, not surprisingly, was a hit at the box-office
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