Remade his career in the early 1980s with an amazing hot streak, He did Absence of Malice, The Verdict and The Color of Money all within a 5 year period.
Brooding, theatrical and gifted with superb acting tools, Harvey rarely found roles that deserved him.
If you have a favorite French film, he's probably in it.
Yes, he’s been making an arse of himself a lot lately, but Depardieu remains one of cinema’s most charismatic talents.
Commanding and larger than life, while retaining a gentle edge of kindness and humanity.
Stewart was a rare package of honesty and charm. He was the perfect embodiment of of his generation’s ideals.
Something terrible happened to Roy in just about every movie he was in. He was the ultimate cinematic survivor.
Name a movie he was in that wasn't made better by his presence. You can't.
Tommy Lee Jones
You can always sense a deep emotional churn that even his characters don’t fully understand.
Check out Duvall’s early TV work on shows like Route 66 and The Fugitive. He pushed the eccentricity envelope even back then.
Japan’s John Wayne, and the classic embodiment of the wandering ronin.
In 1970, this matinee idol was considered washed up. Eight years later, due to some brilliant choices of roles, he was the highest paid actor in the history of Hollywood.
Anders Danielsen Lie
Not many roles under his belt so far, but he has a riveting vulnerability that will make him an international star.
A national treasure
Charismatic, but with dark and unstable edges. Stole Revolutionary Road from DiCaprio and Winslett and made them like it.
A Hollywood star in the truest sense, with an underrated comedic ability. Despite their political and artistic differences, Wayne was always loyal and deferential to his mentor John Ford.
Like Wayne, Fonda transcended his characters and made them true extensions of himself. He is sorely missed.
He makes the whole acting thing look easy, and you can’t take your eyes off of him.
The perfect everyman, but there’s always more going on than meets the eye.
Timing is everything, and Jack was the master.