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Talk about transforming.

Glenn Gaslin
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It takes a special star to successfully transform from child actor to full fledged adult on screen. Here is a picture for every year Shia LaBeouf has been in the public eye.

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2000: Freaks and Geeks

Before the world knew his name, Shia guest starred as an unlucky mascot who breaks his arm in Judd Apatow's cult classic TV show Freaks and Geeks.

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2001: Even Stevens

Shia gained popularity as a Disney star on the original series Even Stevens. The show ran for three seasons and spun off into a DCOM.

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2002: Tru Confessions

Shia played an autistic teen in this heartwarming Disney Channel original movie.

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2003: Holes

Based on the best selling novel, Shia starred as a boy wrongfully accused of a crime and sent to a brutal detention camp in Holes.

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2004: MTV Movie Awards

A wild haired Shia hosted during the 2004 MTV Movie Awards.

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2005: TRL

With rising popularity came more hosting gigs, this time at MTV's TRL.

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2006: Sundance Film Festival

Shia chilled with his A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints co-star Robert Downey Jr. at Sundance.

9 of 18 Paramount Pictures

2007: Transformers

Shia became a household name after his starring role in Michael Bay's action-packed Transformers.

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2008: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

In a role he'd maybe rather forget, Shia played Indiana Jones' son in the fourth installment of the action adventure franchise.

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2009: MTV Movie Awards

Shia looked clean cut as he presented the award for Best Fight (to Robert Pattinson and Cam Gigandet in Twilight).

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2010: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

In another flopped sequel, Shia played the successor to disgraced investor Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.

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2011: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

For the third Transformers installment, Shia posed with his new female co-star Rosie Huntington Whitley.

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2012: Venice Film Festival

Shia looked like a dapper, classic movie star at the Venice Film Festival with Robert Redford.

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2013: Nymphomaniac: Vol. I

Shia bared all with some intense sex scenes in this Lars von Trier erotic drama.

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2014: Fury

Shia brought Mia Goth, his then-girlfriend, to the premiere of the David Ayers war film Fury.

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2015: Sia's "Elastic Heart"

A buff and bearded Shia fight danced with 14-year-old Maddie Ziegler as two warring sides of Sia's emotions.

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2016: Cannes Film Festival

Still going strong, Shia premiered his latest movie, American Honey, at the Cannes Film Festival looking cool in his mirrored sunglasses.