How much is Shia LaBeouf Net Worth in 2021?
Shia LaBeouf has an estimated net worth of $25 Million. The net-worth includes income and assets earned in various sectors.Advertisment
More About Shia LaBeouf
He had won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in 2003 for his character part as Louis in the Disney series Even Stevens. His many films consists of the Transformers series, Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull & The Company You Keep. . The Data and Content have been edited by Flickthinkers team, It has been moderated and suggested edits 5 times by our community. He starred as Sam in the 2007 film Transformers; together with Megan Fox. . This Content was last updated on 2021-04-06 10:03:47.
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Facts and Family of Shia LaBeouf
His mother and father are Shayna and Jeffrey Craig LaBeouf. He had a marriage with Mia Goth in 2016. He was previously in relations with actress Carey Mulligan. . Shia LaBeouf Popularity on Flickthinkers Celebrities is in top 1 Percent. Its Net Worth Rank Popularity is top (10-20) Percent. He had played Farber in the 2004 science fiction film I; Robot starring Will Smith.Advertisment
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Birthplace of Shia LaBeouf /Where was Shia LaBeouf Born?
Shia LaBeouf was born in Los Angeles in 1986
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Starting Days of Shia LaBeouf
He had featured as Stanley Yelnats IV in the famous 2003 film Holes, an renderation of the Louis Sachar novel.
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Sun sign and Characteristics
Shia LaBeouf sun sign or horoscope sign is Gemini.
People belonging to Gemini generally have characterisitcs like: They are friendly and inquisitive and are savvy, sharp, quick and versatile. They are an extrovert and can befriend anybody because of your bubbly personality and alluring knowledge. They're too brilliant, amusingly entertaining, and strategic. Gemini is symbolized by the celestial twins, this air sign was interested in so many pursuits that it had to double itself.