When being asked what it's like to be a celebrity, he humbly answered, "I'll tell you when I become one." Born on June 11, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, Shia Saide La Beouf is the only child of a Jewish mother, Shayna Saide, and a Cajun father, Jeffrey Craig La Beouf.His mother was a ballerina turned jewelry designer, while his father was a recovering drug addict who made a living from being a mime and clown.He was raised in the mainly Latino working-class neighborhood, Echo Park and studied at a predominantly African-American school. His father didn't have one fix job and was on drugs.Even worse, his parents eventually divorced leaving him to live with his mother.For some mysterious reason, the youthful offenders were forced to dig holes in the surrounding desert. While filming the movie, La Beouf became romantically involved with one of the producer’s daughters, China Brezner. In (2006), La Beouf played a younger version of Dito (Robert Downey Jr.).The film proved popular with critics as well as young audiences. He played a young golfer who beat his hero at the U. The independent film followed Dito’s difficult teen years in Queens during the mid-1980s, his escape, and his later return to be with his father (Chazz Palminteri).He was arrested for trespassing after he refused to leave a Chicago drug store. The next big role for La Beouf was working with Harrison Ford on the latest installment of the Indiana Jones saga.Shia La Beouf and wife Mia Goth have their hands full after a morning of grocery shopping on Sunday (October 29) in Los Angeles.
La Beouf did not have much money growing up, and the family’s financial situation worsened after his father developed a substance abuse problem and left the family for a time.His bold move was paid off since his agent was impressed by his effort and signed him in.Since then, he and his agent ventured from one audition to another.Around the age of 10, La Beouf started doing stand-up at a Pasadena comedy club.His routine involved some profanity as well as some jokes that made light of his personal hardships. He found one through the phone book., a family comedy that followed the adventures of Louis and his older sister Ren (Christy Carlson Romano).