The Fighter 11 years old

Every dream deserves a fighting chance.

The Fighter

Boxer "Irish" Micky Ward's unlikely road to the world light welterweight title. His Rocky-like rise was shepherded by half-brother Dicky, a boxer-turned-trainer who rebounded in life after nearly being KO'd by drugs and crime.

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The Fighter Cast

Name Character
Christian Bale He was 36, now 48 years old as Dick "Dicky" Eklund
Amy Adams She was 36, now 48 years old as Charlene Fleming
Dendrie Taylor She was 49, now 61 years old as Gail 'Red Dog' Eckland Carney
Mark Wahlberg He was 39, now 51 years old as Micky Ward
Jack McGee He was 61, now 73 years old as George Ward
Jackson Nicoll He was 7, now 18 years old as Little Dickie
Melissa Leo She was 50, now 62 years old as Alice Eklund-Ward
Alison Folland She was 32, now 44 years old as Laurie Carroll
Bonnie Aarons She was 31, now 43 years old as Crackhead Bonnie
Erica McDermott She was 37, now 49 years old as Cindy "Tar" Eklund
Jerrell Lee Wesley as Fight Spectator
Eric Weinstein He was 45, now 57 years old as Micky's Friend
Charlie Alejandro as Movie Patron (uncredited)
Emanuel Steward He was 66, 68 years old when he died as Fight Announcer
Roy Jones, Jr. He was 41, now 53 years old as Fight Announcer
Kimko as Referee (uncredited)
Jenna Lamia She was 35, now 47 years old as Sherri "The Baby" Ward
Ger Duany He was 32, now 44 years old as Extra (uncredited)
Sugar Ray Leonard He was 54, now 66 years old as Himself
Ross Bickell He was 63, now 75 years old as Mike Toma
Ted Arcidi He was 52, now 64 years old as Lou Gold
Chanty Sok She was 26, now 38 years old as Karen
Matthew Muzio as HBO Cameraman
John Franchi He was 28, now 40 years old as VIP (uncredited)
George Foreman He was 61, now 73 years old as Fight Announcer
Peter Cunningham He was 194, 53 years old when he died as Mike 'Machine Gun' Mungin
Bianca Hunter She was 40, now 52 years old as Cathy "Pork" Eklund
Larry Merchant He was 79, now 91 years old as Fight Announcer
Caitlin Dwyer She was 11, now 23 years old as Kasie Ward
Dale Place as Referee Micky Vann
Kim Carrell as Reporter
Anthony Molinari He was 36, now 48 years old as Neary
Henry Penzi as Road Crew Co Worker (uncredited)
Michael Buffer He was 66, now 78 years old as Fight Announcer
Walter Driscoll as Court Officer
Frank Renzulli He was 52, now 64 years old as Sal Lanano

The Fighter Crew

Name Department
Scott Silver as Screenplay. He was 47 (now 58) years old Writing
Judy Becker as Production Design. She was 10 (now 22) years old Art
Laura Ballinger as Art Direction. Art
Gene Serdena as Set Decoration. He was 40 (now 52) years old Art
Pamela Martin as Editor. She was 10 (now 22) years old Editing
Michael Brook as Original Music Composer. He was 59 (now 71) years old Sound
David Hoberman as Producer. He was 57 (now 69) years old Production
Mark Bridges as Costume Design. He was 56 (now 68) years old Costume & Make-Up
Ryan Kavanaugh as Producer. He was 36 (now 47) years old Production
Tucker Tooley as Executive Producer. He was 42 (now 54) years old Production
Odin Benitez as Sound Designer. Sound
Todd Lieberman as Producer. He was 37 (now 49) years old Production
Dorothy Aufiero as Producer. Production
Ken Halsband as Co-Producer. Production
Ken Halsband as Executive In Charge Of Production. Production
Christopher Kulikowski as Post Production Supervisor. He was 46 (now 58) years old Crew
Geoffrey Haley as Steadicam Operator. Camera
Paul Tamasy as Producer. He was 46 (now 58) years old Production
Paul Tamasy as Screenplay. He was 46 (now 58) years old Writing
Paul Tamasy as Story. He was 46 (now 58) years old Writing
Cameron Crowe as Thanks. He was 53 (now 65) years old Crew
Mark Wahlberg as Producer. He was 39 (now 51) years old Production
Brad Weston as Thanks. He was 82 (now 94) years old Crew
Eric Johnson (screenwriter) as Executive Producer. Production
Eric Johnson (screenwriter) as Screenplay. Writing
Eric Johnson (screenwriter) as Story. Writing
Hoyte van Hoytema as Director of Photography. He was 39 (now 51) years old Camera
Leslie Varrelman as Executive Producer. Production
Keith Dorrington as Executive Producer. Production
Keith Dorrington as Story. Writing
Anthony Molinari as Stunts. He was 36 (now 48) years old Crew
Susan Jacobs as Thanks. Crew
Lizzy Calhoun as Assistant Editor. She was 33 (now 45) years old Editing
Rob Fitz as Makeup Artist. Costume & Make-Up
Andrew Troy as Post-Production Manager. Crew
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The Fighter (11 years)

Every dream deserves a fighting chance.

  • Release day: Friday, December 10, 2010
  • Runtime: 116 minutes
  • Budget: 25000000.00
  • Revenue: 93617009.00