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SHIA aBEOUF (Jake Moore) has quickly become one of Hollywood's most sought-after actors. His natural talent and raw energy have secured his place as one of Hollywood's leading men.

Last year LaBeouf appeared in "New York, I Love You,” an anthology of short films set in each of the city's five boroughs. The actor stars opposite Julie Christie and John Hurt for director Shekhar Kapur in the segment that was written by the late Anthony Minghella. Also in 2009, LaBeouf starred in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” in which he reprised his role as Sam Witwicky in the sequel to the blockbuster feature film "Transformers.” The action-adventure reunited LaBeouf with director Michael Bay, producer Steven Spielberg and co-star Megan Fox. He again teams with Bay, Spielberg and Fox in the third "Transformers” epic, now in production.

Previously, LaBeouf starred in the cyber-thriller "Eagle Eye.” Reteaming with director D.J Caruso, with whom the actor had teamed on "Disturbia,” and executive producer Steven Spielberg, LaBeouf starred as a young slacker who gets tangled up in a terrorist cell plotting a political assassination. Prior to that LaBeouf starred opposite Harrison Ford in the fourth Indiana Jones installment, "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.”

LaBeouf took international audiences by storm in 2007 when he starred in D.J. Caruso's popular thriller "Disturbia,” the blockbuster "Transformers” and lent his voice to the character of a young penguin, Cody Maverick, in the Oscar nominated animated film "Surf's Up.” In 2006 he starred opposite Robert Downey Jr. in "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints,” which won Best Ensemble Cast at the Sundance Film Festival, and as part of the ensemble in Emilio Estevez's acclaimed drama "Bobby.”

In 2005 LaBeouf played amateur golfer Francis Ouimet in "The Greatest Game Ever Played” directed by Bill Paxton and based on Mark Frost's best-selling book. He starred alongside Will Smith in "I, Robot” in 2004, followed by a supporting role the same year in "Constantine,” the sci-fi thriller based on the comic book "Hellblazer,” opposite Keanu Reeves.

In 2003 LaBeouf made his feature film debut opposite Sigourney Weaver and Jon Voight in the comedy "Holes,” based on the best-selling book by Louis Sachar. For this performance LaBeouf was nominated for the Young Artists Award in 2004 for Leading Young Actor in a Feature Film and the Breakthrough Male Performance at the MTV Movie Awards™. That same year he was cast as Bosley's protégé in "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle” and starred in HBO's "Project Greenlight” feature "The Battle of Shaker Heights” produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.

LaBeouf was named 2007's "Star of Tomorrow” by the ShoWest convention of the National Association of Theater Owners, and in February 2008, he was awarded the BAFTA Orange Rising Star Award, which was voted for by the British general public. In addition, he was nominated for four Teen Choice Awards for "Transformers,” winning the Breakout Male Award, the Teen Choice Award for Movie Actor in a Horror/Thriller for his performance in "Disturbia,” as well as a Scream Award.

On television, LaBeouf garnered much praise from critics everywhere for his portrayal of "Louis Stevens” on the Disney Channel's original series "Even Stevens.” In 2003, he earned a Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series for his work on the highly rated family show.


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