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Esteban Cepero

Suicide Squad is expected to be one of the darkest, and most awesome films to be released next year. There's so much to look forward to: Harley Quinn, The Joker, maybe Batman, and just the Squad in general! From what fans have seen from the trailer, there's no reason we shouldn't be excited for 2016!

With this epic film coming out next year, why not take a trip back to the past? Let's check out the Suicide Squad in their first ever on-screen roles!

Viola Davis/Amanda Waller

Age When First Acting: 28

Age Now: 50

Viola Davis received her Screen Actors Guild card in 1996 for doing only one day of acting as a nurse who passes a vial of blood to Timothy Hutton in the film The Substance of Fire. In the year of 2001, she won the Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her portrayal of Tonya in King Hedley II.

Jay Hernandez/El Diablo

Age When First Acting: 20

Age Now: 37

From 1998-2000 he played the character 'Antonio Lopez' on the NBC series Hang Time. Hernandez began to work his way to the top with his role in Crazy/Beautiful. Ever since then, he has made an appearance in several, major Hollywood films.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje/Killer Croc

Age When First Acting: 26

Age Now: 48

While a student at the University of London, Akinnuoye-Agbaje had a little side-job where he worked in a clothes shop and then was introduced to the world of modeling. His career in modeling eventually led him to Hollywood, where he then began his acting career with a role in Congo in the year 1995.

Karen Fukuhara/Katana

Age: 24

A Japanese-American actress from Los Angeles, Karen has worked on numerous shows in Japan, and is mostly notable on the Disney Channel. Fun fact: she is also a martial arts champion!

Jai Courtney/Captain Boomerang

Age When First Acting: 19

Age Now: 29

Courtney made his debut in the acting world in a 2005 controversial short film called Boys Grammar. He has also made an appearance as Varro in Spartacus: Blood and Sand in 2010.

Joel Kinnaman/Rick Flagg

Age When First Acting: 11

Age Now: 35

Kinnaman officially began his acting career in 2002, taking part in a thriller film called The Invisible. Later, he enrolled in the Swedish Academic School of Drama in Malmö. In a stage adaptation of Crime and Punishment, Joel attracted the attention of the Swedish media and started to grow over time.

Adam Beach/Slipknot

Age When First Acting: 18

Age Now: 42

At the age of 18, Adam received a small role in the miniseries Lost in the Barrens, which was based on the Farley Mowat novel. Later on, he guest-starred on television shows like Walker, Texas Ranger and Touched by an Angel. Afterwards, he was cast on the television shows North of 60 and The Rez.

Will Smith/Deadshot

Age When First Acting: 17

Age Now: 47

When Smith was nearly bankrupt in 1990, the NBC television network signed him to a contract and built the classic sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. This successful television show became the beginning of his acting career.

Cara Delevingne/Enchantress

Age When First Acting: 20

Age Now: 23

While first starting her career in modeling, Delevingne made her debut on-screen with a non-speaking part in the 2012 film Anna Karenina, as Princess Sorokina.

Margot Robbie/Harley Quinn

Age When First Acting: 18

Age Now: 25

Robbie made her debut in professional acting in 2007, when she starred in two feature films, I.C.U. and Vigilante. After impressing the director with her audition, she received the lead in I.C.U. Robbie has also acted in commercials and had only guest roles in The Elephant Princess and City Homicide.

Jared Leto/Joker

Age When First Acting: 22

Age Now: 43

Despite initially wanting to be a director, Jared found minor roles on television shows but in 1994, he was cast as Jordan Catalano in the short-lived ABC teen drama My So-Called Life. The show gained a huge, young audience, despite being canceled after only one season. During the same year, he made his television film debut in Cool and the Crazy, and landed his first film role in 1995 in the drama How to Make an American Quilt.

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