Shia LaBeouf vs Momofuku Ando

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Actor
Inventor of instant noodles
$25 Million
Net worth 2018
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Business People
Los Angeles
Residence
Puzi, Chiayi County, Taiwan
United States
Country
Japanese
11/06/1986
BirthDay
05/03/1910
Died On
January 5, 2007
1.76 m
Height
Alexander Hamilton High School
Education
Ritsumeikan University
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2013

He also appeared in ‘Nymphomaniac’ (2013) and ‘Fury’ (2014)

2011

In 2011, he also directed two television shorts’, ‘Maniac’ and ‘Born Villain’

2010

He was cast as ‘Jacob Moore’ in the film, ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ in 2010

2009

In 2009, he appeared as ‘Sam Witwicky’ once again in the sequel of ‘Transformers’ titled, ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’

2008

In 2008, he also appeared in an episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’

2007

LaBeouf was cast as the protagonist, ‘Sam Witwicky’ in the ‘Transformers’ franchise, in which he starred from 2007 to 2011

2006

From 2006 to 2008, he appeared lesser on television and was cast in the movies, ‘Bobby’, ‘A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints’, ‘Disturbia’, ‘Surf’s Up’, ‘Transformers’ and ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’

2005

In 2005, he was cast along with Keanu Reeves in the commercial hit, ‘Constantine’, for which he played the role of Chas Kramer

2003

In 2003, he was also seen in the TV film adaptation of the hit television series ‘Evan Stevens’ titled, ‘The Even Stevens Movie’

2001

He soon attracted the attention of a number of producers and directors and bagged roles in more television series including, ‘The Nightmare Room’ and the TV film, ‘Hounded’, in 2001

2000

From 2000 to 2003, he was cast as ‘Louis Stevens’ in the comedy series, ‘Even Stevens’

1999

Through 1999, he was soon beginning to be noticed and he was seen in a number of casual episodes of television series’ like, ‘Jesse’, ‘Suddenly Susan, ‘Touched by an Angel’ and ‘The X-Files’

1998

In 1998, he also appeared in one episode of the television series, ‘Caroline in the City’ and appeared in the TV film, ‘Breakfast with Einstein’, where he was cast as ‘Joey’

1986

Shia Saide LaBeouf was born on June 11, 1986 to ‘hippie’ parents, Shayna and Jeffrey Craig LaBeouf, in Los Angeles, California

1932

He studied at Alexander Hamilton High School and the 32nd Street Visual and Performing Arts Magnet, with his education largely supported and backed by his tutors themselves

2007

By 2007, chicken ramen was selling at 60 Yen a packet in Japan which was almost one third of the cost of a serving of cheap noodles in any Japanese restaurant

2005

’In 2005, the astronauts aboard the space shuttle ‘Discovery’ had instant noodles from special containers made by him

2002

The Japanese government awarded the ‘Order of the Rising Sun, Second Class, with Gold and Silver stars’ to him in 2002

1992

He was made the Director of Science and Technology Agency in Japan and received ‘Distinguished Service Award’ in 1992

1983

The ‘Medal of Honor’ with a Purple Ribbon was awarded to him in 1983

1982

He received the ‘Order of the Sacred Treasure, Second Class, with Gold and Silver Stars’ from the Japanese government in 1982

1977

Momofuku Ando received the ‘Medal of Honor’ with a Blue Ribbon in 1977 for his service to the poor and war-torn people of the nation

1971

Awards & AchievementsThe introduction of cup noodles in 1971 was probably his most important achievement

1964

He founded the ‘Instant Food Industry Association’ in 1964 to set guidelines for ramen production such as fair competition, printing the production date on the packet etc

1958

After much experimentation he developed a flash-frying method and sold the first packet of instant noodles on 25th of August, 1958 when he was 48 years old

1948

A case of tax evasion was brought against him in 1948 and he was sent to jail where he spent almost two years

1933

He went to Osaka, Japan, in 1933 to study economics at the Ritsumeikan University

1910

Momofuku Ando was born in the Taiwanese city of Kagi-cho (presently known as Chiayi) on 5th of March, 1910