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.
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.
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.
Shia played an autistic teen in this heartwarming Disney Channel original movie.
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.
A wild haired Shia hosted during the 2004 MTV Movie Awards.
With rising popularity came more hosting gigs, this time at MTV's TRL.
Shia chilled with his A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints co-star Robert Downey Jr. at Sundance.
Shia became a household name after his starring role in Michael Bay's action-packed Transformers.
In a role he'd maybe rather forget, Shia played Indiana Jones' son in the fourth installment of the action adventure franchise.
Shia looked clean cut as he presented the award for Best Fight (to Robert Pattinson and Cam Gigandet in Twilight).
In another flopped sequel, Shia played the successor to disgraced investor Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
For the third Transformers installment, Shia posed with his new female co-star Rosie Huntington Whitley.
Shia looked like a dapper, classic movie star at the Venice Film Festival with Robert Redford.
Shia bared all with some intense sex scenes in this Lars von Trier erotic drama.
Shia brought Mia Goth, his then-girlfriend, to the premiere of the David Ayers war film Fury.
A buff and bearded Shia fight danced with 14-year-old Maddie Ziegler as two warring sides of Sia's emotions.
Still going strong, Shia premiered his latest movie, American Honey, at the Cannes Film Festival looking cool in his mirrored sunglasses.