Elisabeth Shue

Elisabeth Shue
Name : Elisabeth Shue
Birth Date :06 October 1963
Birth Place :Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Nationality :NA
Height:1.57 m
Occupation:Actress

Elisabeth Judson Shue is an American actress, best known for her roles in the films The Karate Kid, Adventures in Babysitting, Cocktail, Back to the Future Part II, Back to the Future Part III, Soapdish, The Saint, Hollow Man, Piranha 3D, Battle of the Sexes and Death Wish.

Elisabeth Shue Movies and TV Shows

  • Adventures in Babysitting [19 June 1987 (USA)]

    When her date stands her up, Chris Parker decides to pass time. Little does she know that handling a pre-teen is anything but pass time. A night from hell ensues as she keeps them out of trouble.

  • Amy & Isabelle [23 June 2006]

    A rocky road is ahead when Ira (Chris Messina), a neurotic doctoral candidate, meets and marries Abby (Jennifer Westfeldt), a free-spirit, almost on a whim. The pair enjoy marital bliss for awhile, but the relationship hits the skids when Ira learns Abby is twice-divorced. The marriage breaks apart, but the lovers have yet to realize that they may not be able to live without one another.… MORE

  • Back to the Future [3 July 1985 (USA)]

    Marty travels back in time using an eccentric scientist's time machine. However, he must make his high-school-aged parents fall in love in order to return to the present.

  • Back to the Future Part II [22 November 1989 (USA)]

    Marty Mcfly travels back in time with the help of Dr Emmett Brown and poses as his own son to prevent his imprisonment. However, all his efforts turn futile as the future changes the present.

  • Back to the Future Part III [25 May 1990 (USA)]

    Marty travels back to 1885 to the Old West where Dr Emmett has fallen madly in love with a local schoolteacher. Marty must get him out of the wild West in order to save him from a premature end.

  • Battle of the Sexes [19 October 2017 (Brazil)]

    In 1973, the world witnesses one of the greatest tennis matches when the renowned player Billie Jean King competes with the former champion Bobby Riggs, while they deal with personal issues.

  • Behaving Badly [1 August 2014 (USA)]

    Teenager Rick has a crush on a beautiful girl and plans to win her heart by all means. He gets involved with a mobster when he places a bet with him and things get ugly.

  • Blind Justice [25 June 1994]

    An almost blind gunfighter makes his way through Mexico with a baby he has sworn to protect and runs into trouble with a group of bandits near the US-Mexico border.

  • Call to Glory: J.F.K. [Peter Levin]

    President Kennedy summons an Air Force colonel (Craig T. Nelson) to 1963 Dallas to report findings on Vietnam.

  • Chasing Mavericks [9 November 2012 (India)]

    Jay Moriarity, a young surfer, aims to ride the Mavericks, one of the biggest tidal waves in the world. He enlists a local surfing legend's help to reach his goal.

  • Cocktail [13 July 2012 (India)]

    Veronica welcomes her boyfriend Gautam and her new friend Meera into her home. Though they are happy for a while, their lives get complicated when Gautam falls in love with Meera.

  • Cousin Bette [12 June 1998]

    Lovelorn Bette (Jessica Lange) falls for an artist, Count Wenceslas Steinbach (Aden Young), but is enraged when the sculptor instead decides to pursue Bette's rival, Hortense Hulot (Kelly Macdonald). Hortense's good fortune cements Bette's hatred of the Hulots, her wealthy in-laws, so she decides to ruin the family. Bette persuades beautiful prostitute Jenny Cadine (Elisabeth Shue) to seduce Wenceslas in the hope it will harm Hortense, but the plan has unforeseen results.… MORE

  • Death Wish [2 March 2018 (USA)]

    Dr Paul Kersey, an experienced trauma surgeon, embarks on a mission for justice after his wife and daughter are brutally assaulted.

  • Deconstructing Harry [27 August 1997]

    The movie features Harry, an author suffering from writer's block. His life turns miserable, when characters both real and fictional, from his best-selling books start to haunt him.

  • Don McKay [2 April 2010 (USA)]

    A high school janitor is summoned back to his hometown to visit his ailing flame only to discover it is part of a plot to uncover his buried secrets.

  • Double Switch [David Greenwalt]

    Feeling the need to get back to a simpler lifestyle, a teen idol trades identities with an unassuming look-alike.

  • Dreamer [21 October 2005 (USA)]

    Ben, a horse trainer, always neglects his daughter Cale. However, when he adopts an injured horse, Sonador, the bridges between Cale and him begin to heal as he begins to spend more time with her.

  • First Born [20 March 2007]

    Laura is pregnant but hardly gets any attention from his workaholic husband. Her husband appoints a care-taker to look after their baby but soon Laura realises the care-taker wishes to harm her.

  • Gracie [12 March 2007]

    Grace, a football enthusiast, fights an uphill battle to play in the boys' varsity team of her high school and gain support for women's soccer while dealing with the death of her brother.

  • Greyhound [10 July 2020]

    U.S. Navy Cmdr. Ernest Krause is assigned to lead an Allied convoy across the Atlantic during World War II. His convoy, however, is pursued by German U-boats. Although this is Krause's first wartime mission, he finds himself embroiled in what would come to be known as the longest, largest and most complex naval battle in history: The Battle of the Atlantic.

  • Hamlet 2 [22 August 2008 (USA)]

    In this irreverent comedy, a failed actor-turned, high-school drama teacher rallies his Tucson, AZ students as he conceives and stages politically incorrect musical sequel to Shakespeare's Hamlet.

  • Heart and Souls [13 August 1993]

    Harrison (Charles Grodin), Penny (Alfre Woodard), Julia (Kyra Sedgwick) and Milo (Tom Sizemore) die in 1959 when the bus they are riding crashes. The four continue as ghosts, guardians to the child born at the moment of their deaths. Baby Thomas grows up to be a businessman (Robert Downey Jr.) who has memories of his playmates, but assumes they are products of his youthful imagination. When the ghosts realize they need Thomas' help to move on, they decide to make an appearance once more.… MORE

  • Hide and Seek [28 January 2005 (USA)]

    After his wife's death, David moves to Upstate New York with his daughter Emily, who makes an imaginary friend named Charlie. But soon unexplained events begin taking place in their house.

  • Hollow Man [2 August 2000 (USA)]

    Sebastian Caine develops a serum that allows the user to become completely invisible. He experiments with the serum on himself but is unable to return from his invisible state.

  • Hope Springs [27 September 2019 (United Kingdom)]

    When her idyllic vacation takes an unthinkable turn, Ellen Martin begins investigating a fake insurance policy.

  • House at the End of the Street [21 September 2012 (Canada)]

    When a teenager and her mother move to a little town, the girl finds out that an accident took place in the house at the end of the street. She ends up befriending the sole survivor of the accident.

  • Janie Jones [28 October 2011 (USA)]

    First, a fading musician (Alessandro Nivola) learns that he has a daughter (Abigail Breslin) from a long-ago tryst, then he must take the teen on tour with him when her mother checks into rehab.

  • John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs [1 August 2017 (USA)]

    The life and career of John G. Avildsen, Oscar-winning director of "Rocky" and "The Karate Kid"; includes interviews with friends and colleagues Sylvester Stallone, Ralph Macchio, Martin Scorsese, Burt Reynolds, Talia Shire and others.

  • Leaving Las Vegas [27 October 1995 (USA)]

    Ben Sanderson, a screenwriter who lost everything because of alcoholism, moves to Las Vegas to drink himself to death. There, he meets Sera, a prostitute, and moves in with her.

  • Leo [11 September 2002]

    Parallel stories detail the lives of a recently paroled convict and a boy with a troubled mother.

  • Link [31 October 1986]

    A British scientist (Terence Stamp) and his helper (Elisabeth Shue) study trained chimps: Voodoo, Imp and the silent but deadly Link.

  • Link, Eslabón [Richard Franklin]

  • Molly [22 October 1999 (USA)]

    A woman in her late 20s who has been autistic since youth, Molly McKay (Elisabeth Shue) is left in the care of her bachelor brother, Buck (Aaron Eckhart). Given her extended time in a mental institution, her withdrawn behavior and their estrangement, Buck and Molly don't interact easily, though he comes to find her innocence both endearing and frustrating. Eventually, Buck reluctantly agrees to let Molly undergo an experimental procedure that may give her a more normal life. But will it work?… MORE

  • Mysterious Skin [30 March 2005 (France)]

    One youth (Brady Corbet) becomes obsessed with UFOs, while another (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) becomes a gay hustler in the years following a childhood trauma.

  • Palmetto [20 February 1998 (USA)]

    After spending two years in prison, Harry Barber is released, bitter and disillusioned. He then gets involved with a simple kidnapping plot which turns out to be more complex than he imagines.

  • Piranha 3D [3 September 2010 (India)]

    After an earthquake splits a lake floor, a swarm of ancient piranhas are released. A group of strangers come together to stop themselves from becoming the victims of these deadly predators.

  • Radio Inside [1994 (USA)]

    Lifeguard Matthew (William McNamara) has become obsessed with water ever since his father died from drowning. He refuses to leave his low-paying lifeguard job and spends his free time watching the fish in the aquarium, all of which leaves his girlfriend, Natalie (Elisabeth Shue), ample opportunity to fall for his brother, Michael (Dylan Walsh). While Michael's relationship with Natalie leaves him wracked with guilt, Matthew merely further regresses into his own insecurities.… MORE

  • Soapdish [31 May 1991 (USA)]

    The story revolves around the backstage lives of the crew of a popular day time soap. An ambitious and upcoming actress plots and plans with her producer to end the career of the show's leading lady.

  • Somewhere Tomorrow [September 1983]

    A teenager (Sarah Jessica Parker) falls off her horse, hits her head and befriends a young man (Tom Shea) only she can see.

  • Switching Places [David Greenwalt]

    Feeling the need to get back to a simpler lifestyle, a teen idol temporarily trades identities with a look-alike.

  • The First Year [6 September 2001]

  • The Hard Ride [Thadd Turner]

  • The Karate Kid [22 June 1984 (USA)]

    Daniel moves to a new town where he is harassed by boys adept in karate. He decides to learn karate. When Mr Miyagi starts his training, he learns that there is more to the art form than fighting.

  • The Karate Kid Part II [20 June 1986 (USA)]

    After discovering that his father is at death's door, Mr Miyagi sets out to see him with Daniel. Upon reaching there, he decides to confront an old enemy.

  • The Marrying Man [20 June 1991 (South Korea)]

    At his bachelor party, Charley meets and falls head over heals with singer Vicki. When Vicki's gangster boyfriend catches them red-handed, instead of killing him, he forces the two to get married.

  • The Saint [4 April 1997 (USA)]

    When a master of disguise is hired to steal the secrets of cold fusion from scientist Emma, he has little idea he might fall in love with his victim - or be double-crossed by his snakelike employer.

  • The Trigger Effect [16 May 1996]

    When a power blackout occurs in their town, a yuppie couple have a hard time finding help for their sick child, which escalates into a volatile situation when an old friend comes around.

  • The Underneath [10 March 1995]

    Gambling addict Michael Chambers (Peter Gallagher) returns to Texas for the wedding of his mother and soon becomes engulfed in the wreckage of his past. He has an affair with his ex-wife, Rachel (Alison Elliott), who is now seeing thug Tommy Dundee (William Fichtner). When Dundee discovers the two lovers together, Chambers finds himself at the center of an armored car heist involving an old flame (Elisabeth Shue) and his new stepfather (Paul Dooley).… MORE

  • Tuck Everlasting [11 October 2002 (USA)]

    The story of Winnie Foster (Alexis Bledel), a teenage girl on the cusp of maturity. Winnie longs for a life outside the control of her domineering mother, and when lost in the woods near her home, she happens upon Jesse Tuck (Jonathan Jackson), a boy unlike any she's ever met before. He and his family are kind and generous, and they immediately take her in as one of their own. However, the Tucks hold a powerful secret, and Winnie must decide whether to return to her life or stay with the Tucks.… MORE

  • Twenty Bucks [January 1993]

    A twenty dollar bill, lost and discovered at a Minneapolis cash machine, enters the lives of an aspirant writer, a stripper, two robbers and many others in unexpected ways.

  • Waking Madison [2010]

    A woman with multiple personality disorder tries to keep her life from falling apart.

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QA About Elisabeth Shue

What is birthdate of Elisabeth Shue?

- 06 October 1963.

What is BirthPlace of Elisabeth Shue?

- Wilmington, Delaware, United States.

What is Nationality of Elisabeth Shue?

- NA.

What is Height of Elisabeth Shue?

- 1.57 m.

What is Age of Elisabeth Shue?

- 57.

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