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Other than having a name like a sect in Iraq that is currently taking it in the shorts from its counterpart psychopathic terrorists basically good Muslims, ISIS, Shia LaBeouf didn’t ring a bell with me until I looked him up.
Which, I think, is the appropriate verb here: LaBeouf was an actor and director who starred in a Disney series for three seasons, and then a slasher film, and subsequently a sci-fi trilogy that made money. He’s been in a couple of other things, and admittedly I don’t keep up.
Anyway, all of that was before Shia LaBeouf found his true mission in life: disrupting Broadway performances, spiting at cops, trying to figure out new uses for the F-word, and otherwise acting like a three-alarm @$$hole in public.
As an NYPD patrolman escorted Shia LaBeouf from a New York City theater–where he had just disrupted a performance of “Cabaret”–the 28-year-old actor screamed at the officer:
28-year-old actor screamed at the officer:
* “F**k you.”
* “This is f**king bullshit.”
* “Do you know my life?”
The “Transformers” star then wondered:
* ”Do you know who the f**k I am?”
* “Do you know who I am?”
As LaBeouf was melting down, a cluster of pedestrians outside the West 54th Street theater gawked as the star berated Officer Joseph Pecora. A theater security guard told cops that LaBeouf stood up during the middle of last night’s performance of the musical and yelled loudly at the actors onstage.
According to a criminal complaint, when the troubled actor arrived at the Midtown North Precinct he spit in Pecora’s direction. The cop noted that he “observed the spit land at my feet.”
In November 2007, LaBeouf–who appeared intoxicated–was arrested by Chicago cops for trespassing when he refused to leave a Walgreens at 2:30 AM (the collar produced this glassy-eyed mug shot). The misdemeanor charge was later dropped. In 2008, he was busted for drunk driving in Los Angeles.
Yeah, huh? Instant Reese Witherspoon; just add alcohol.
Of course the appropriate answer to a foolish self-important question like that is, Why, have you forgotten?
Someone once said, ‘Fame and riches are fleeting. Stupidity is eternal.’
Shia LaBeouf? When I think of the history of cinema, and that in the entire Silent Era we only remember John Barrymore, Mae West and a handful of others, it occurs to me that in less than 20 years we’ll probably remember you about like we do Rupert Julian.
So the difference between being oh that guy and being famous.
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