"I'm not a star, I'm an actor."Shia Saide LaBeouf is an American actor, born in Los Angeles, California on June 11, 1986. LaBeouf got his start on the Disney Channel sitcom Even Stevens before starring in the Disney movie Holes and becoming a cinema actor. He's become a somewhat polarizing figure due to his rapid career incline being part of the older than him franchises in Transformers and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, but his more dramatic films have won him praise for his acting ability.LaBeouf is a fan of rapper Cage, and developed a friendship with the rapper as a result of wanting to portray him in a film biography; although the film has yet to be produced, LaBeouf has directed two things featuring Cage, including a music video for Cage's single "I Never Knew You", and the short film Maniac, featuring Cage and Kid Cudi as a pair of serial killers (it's loosely based on a song Kid Cudi did with Cage, off of Cudi's album Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager). In addition to this, he is friends with Marilyn Manson and was the co-writer and director of his Born Villain trailer (which is actually set to Overneath The Path of Misery), which perhaps redefines Mind Screw.He is a frequent user of the Rapid-Fire "No!". Also known for being a surprisingly intense motivational speaker and the song made by Tally Hall that claims he's a cannibal.
His works include:
- Even Stevens (2000-2003)
- Holes (2003)
- I, Robot (2004)
- Constantine (2005)
- Nausicaš of the Valley of the Wind (2005)
- A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)
- Disturbia (2007)
- Transformers (2007)
- Surf's Up (voice) (2007)
- Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)
- Eagle Eye (2008)
- Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)
- Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)
- Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)
- Lawless (2012)
- Nymphomaniac (2014)
- Fury (2014)
Tropes in the work of Shia LaBeouf:
- Rapid-Fire "No!": A recurring habit of his.
- Self-Deprecation: His appearance at the end of the "Shia LaBeouf Live" Rob Cantor video, parodying the Slow Clap from Citizen Kane.