Varsity Blues 23 years old

It takes a hero to know what's worth winning.

Varsity Blues

In small-town Texas, high school football is a religion, 17-year-old schoolboys carry the hopes of an entire community onto the gridiron every Friday night. When star quarterback Lance Harbor suffers an injury, the Coyotes are forced to regroup under the questionable leadership of John Moxon, a second-string quarterback with a slightly irreverent approach to the game.

Credits

Varsity Blues Cast

Name Character
Amy Smart She was 22, now 46 years old as Jules Harbor
Ali Larter She was 22, now 46 years old as Darcy Sears
Paul Walker He was 25, 40 years old when he died as Lance Harbor
Jon Voight He was 60, now 83 years old as Coach Bud Kilmer
Jesse Plemons He was 10, now 34 years old as Tommy Harbor
Scott Caan He was 22, now 46 years old as Charlie Tweeder
Brady Coleman as Sheriff Bigelow
James Van Der Beek He was 21, now 45 years old as Jonathan 'Mox' Moxon
Ron Lester He was 28, 45 years old when he died as Billy Bob
Joe Pichler He was 11, now 35 years old as Kyle Moxon
Thomas F. Duffy He was 43, now 66 years old as Sam Moxon
Tonie Perensky She was 39, now 63 years old as Miss Davis
Eliel Swinton He was 23, now 47 years old as Wendell Brown
Richard Lineback He was 46, now 70 years old as Joe Harbor

Varsity Blues Crew

Name Department
W. Peter Iliff as Screenplay. Writing
Brian Robbins as Director. He was 35 (now 58) years old Directing
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Varsity Blues (23 years)

It takes a hero to know what's worth winning.

  • Release day: Friday, January 15, 1999
  • Runtime: 106 minutes