JFK 30 years old

The story that won't go away.

JFK

Follows the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy led by New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison.

Credits

JFK Cast

Name Character
Tommy Lee Jones He was 45, now 75 years old as Clay Shaw/Clay Bertrand
Peter Maloney He was 47, now 77 years old as Colonel Finck
Lolita Davidovich She was 30, now 60 years old as Beverly Oliver
Gary Oldman He was 33, now 63 years old as Lee Harvey Oswald
Sissy Spacek She was 41, now 72 years old as Liz Garrison
Kevin Bacon He was 33, now 63 years old as Willie O'Keefe
Michael Rooker He was 36, now 66 years old as Bill Broussard
Martin Sheen He was 51, now 81 years old as Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Gail Cronauer She was 42, now 73 years old as Janet Williams
Vincent D'Onofrio He was 32, now 62 years old as Bill Newman
Kevin Costner He was 36, now 67 years old as Jim Garrison
Donald Sutherland He was 56, now 86 years old as X
Sally Kirkland She was 50, now 80 years old as Rose Cheramie
Tony Plana He was 39, now 69 years old as Carlos Bringuier
Joe Pesci He was 48, now 78 years old as David Ferrie
John Candy He was 41, 43 years old when he died as Dean Andrews
Walter Matthau He was 71, 79 years old when he died as Senator Long
John S. Davies He was 38, now 68 years old as Hobo #2
Brian Doyle-Murray He was 46, now 76 years old as Jack Ruby
Bob Gunton He was 46, now 76 years old as TV Newsman #3
Jay O. Sanders He was 38, now 68 years old as Lou Ivon
Wayne Tippit He was 59, 76 years old when he died as FBI Agent - Frank
Ed Asner He was 62, 91 years old when he died as Guy Bannister
Laurie Metcalf She was 36, now 66 years old as Susie Cox
Tom Howard He was 21, 14 years old when he died as Lyndon B. Johnson
Beata Poźniak She was 31, now 61 years old as Marina Oswald
Gary Grubbs He was 42, now 72 years old as Al Oser
Wayne Knight He was 36, now 66 years old as Numa Bertel
Tomás Milián He was 58, 84 years old when he died as Leopoldo
Richard Rutowski He was 45, now 75 years old as Fence Shooter
Hugh Feagin as Dr. Rose (credited on Director's Cut)
Frank Whaley He was 28, now 58 years old as Oswald Imposter (credited on Director's Cut)
Darryl Cox He was 36, now 66 years old as FBI Agent #2 with Hill
Ellen McElduff She was 27, now 57 years old as Jean Hill
Marco Perella He was 42, now 72 years old as Mercer Interrogator
Bill Bolender He was 51, now 81 years old as Prisoner Powell
Duane Grey He was 70, 80 years old when he died as Board Room Man
Gil Glasgow He was 38, now 68 years old as Tippet Shooter
Ron Rifkin He was 52, now 82 years old as Mr. Goldberg / Spiesel (credited on Director's Cut)
Dale Dye He was 47, now 77 years old as General Y
Pruitt Taylor Vince He was 31, now 61 years old as Lee Bowers
John P. Finnegan He was 65, 85 years old when he died as Judge Haggerty
Victor Kempster He was 38, now 68 years old as Samuel (credited on Director's Cut)
Jack Lemmon He was 66, 76 years old when he died as Jack Martin
John Larroquette He was 44, now 74 years old as Jerry Johnson (credited on Director's Cut)
Raul Aranas He was 44, now 74 years old as Angelo
John F. Kennedy He was 74, 46 years old when he died as Himself (archive footage)
Kevin Beard He was 10, now 41 years old as (uncredited)
Alex Rodine as White House Man
J.J. Johnston He was 58, now 88 years old as Mobster with Broussard
Price Carson as Tippet
John William Galt He was 51, now 81 years old as L.B.J. (voice)
Chuck Kelley as Dallas County Sherriff (uncredited)
George R. Robertson He was 58, now 88 years old as White House Man
Edwin Neal He was 46, now 76 years old as Mercer Interrogator
John Seitz He was 54, 67 years old when he died as General Lemnitzer
Maria Mason as Garrison's Secretary (credited in Director's Cut)
Ron Jackson He was 38, now 68 years old as FBI Spokesman
Bob Orwig as Officer Poe
James N. Harrell He was 73, 81 years old when he died as Sam Holland
William Larsen as Will Fritz
Jo Anderson She was 33, now 63 years old as Julia Ann Mercer
Sean Stone He was 6, now 37 years old as Jasper Garrison
Jim Garrison He was 70, 70 years old when he died as Earl Warren
Jerry Douglas He was 35, now 65 years old as Board Room Man
R. Bruce Elliott as Bolton Ford Dealer
Walter Breaux as Vernon Bundy
Robert J. Groden He was 46, now 76 years old as Courtroom Projectionist (uncredited)
Marie Del Marco as Secretary in Window (uncredited)
Baxter Harris He was 51, now 81 years old as White House Man
Ray LePere as Abraham Zapruder
George Kelly He was 86, 69 years old when he died as Jerry Johnson's Sidekick (credited on Director's Cut)
Jeffrey Bornstein as Hitman (uncredited)

JFK Crew

Name Department
Robert Richardson as Director of Photography. He was 36 (now 66) years old Camera
Crispian Sallis as Set Decoration. He was 32 (now 62) years old Art
Heidi Levitt as Casting. Production
A. Kitman Ho as Producer. He was 8 (now 22) years old Production
Clayton Townsend as Producer. He was 34 (now 64) years old Production
Clayton Townsend as Production Manager. He was 34 (now 64) years old Production
Scott Martin Gershin as Sound Effects Editor. He was 31 (now 61) years old Sound
Marlene Stewart as Costume Design. She was 42 (now 72) years old Costume & Make-Up
Webster Whinery as Stunt Coordinator. Crew
Joe Hutshing as Editor. He was 8 (now 22) years old Editing
William H. Brown as Post Production Supervisor. He was 155 (60) years old when He died Crew
Joseph A. Brennan as Sound Engineer. Sound
Ann Goulder as Casting Assistant. Production
Alan Tomkins as Art Direction. He was 52 (now 83) years old Art
Ron Berkeley as Makeup Artist. He was 60 (86) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Ron Berkeley as Key Makeup Artist. He was 60 (86) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Zachary Sklar as Screenplay. Writing
Derek R. Hill as Art Direction. Art
Juel Bestrop as Casting Associate. Production
Christopher Assells as Dialogue Editor. Sound
Joe Burns as Second Assistant Director. He was 2 (now 32) years old Directing
Tod A. Maitland as Production Sound Mixer. He was 34 (now 65) years old Sound
T.J. O'Mara as Boom Operator. Sound
Julie Monroe as Associate Editor. She was 8 (now 22) years old Editing
Kenneth Wannberg as Music Editor. He was 61 (now 91) years old Sound
Gary Huckabay as Assistant Location Manager. Production
Bob Shelley as Special Effects. Crew
Budd Carr as Executive Music Producer. Crew
John Neufeld as Orchestrator. He was 53 (now 83) years old Sound
J. Michael McClary as Additional Camera. Camera
Kevin Beard as Utility Stunts. He was 10 (now 41) years old Crew
Pietro Scalia as Editor. He was 31 (now 61) years old Editing
Mary Andrews as ADR Editor. She was 137 (60) years old when She died Sound
Jim Marrs as Novel. He was 48 (73) years old when He died Writing
Jim Garrison as Novel. He was 70 (70) years old when He died Writing
Derek Abernathy as Carpenter. Crew
James M. Muro as Steadicam Operator. He was 25 (now 56) years old Camera
Paul Etheredge as Art Department Assistant. He was 23 (now 53) years old Art
Charleen Richards as ADR Mixer. Sound
David Orr as Color Timer. He was 47 (now 77) years old Editing
Randy E. Moore as Special Effects Coordinator. Crew
Warren Keillor as Special Effects. Crew
Eddie Perez as Stunt Driver. Crew
Hugo Weng as Dialogue Editor. Sound
Roger Armstrong as Unit Publicist. He was 74 (89) years old when He died Crew
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JFK (30 years)

The story that won't go away.

  • Release day: Friday, December 20, 1991
  • Runtime: 189 minutes
  • Budget: 40000000.00
  • Revenue: 205405498.00