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by Vee (follow)
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Arnold Schwarzenegger
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It maybe a simple question, but I can't seem to find a simple answer.

In the past I have liked Leonardo DiCaprio, Russell Crowe, Tom Hanks, Chris Farley, Schwarzenegger ... and the list goes on.

Who is your favourite actor and why?

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I tend to have favourite characters rather than favourite actors. I loved David Duchovny as Fox Mulder in The X-Files, and Richard Dean Anderson as Jack O'Neill in Stargate, but I don't follow them in other shows, so I can't say that they are my favourite.
At the moment I like Hiroyuki Sanada - he has a very interesting face (in that with little movement and expression he seems to show a lot of what is going on internally).
I love Jean Reno (no reason, just do) and think Christophe Waltz is an exceptional actor...
At the moment I really like Seth Rogen. He's such a natural, but in saying that, he tends to play pretty much the same sort of character in every movie.
I've really been digging Stephen Amell in Arrow and Michael Ealy in Almost Human. Both have a really interesting acting style and they are both playing awesome characters.
My mum and sister keep urging me to watch 'Arrow' because of Stephen Amell. I may have to now that I've seen your comment. I thought they were just biased, hehe.
by Vee
Arrow has been one of my fave new shows. Superhero shows are rarely done right, they are usually too cheesy to be taken at all seriously, but Arrow is top notch. I highly recommend it!
I wasn't aware at all that it was a superhero show. How could that have slipped under my radar?
by Vee
Johnny DEPP

Talk about Talent.
Good looks
it go's on and on and on.
A consummate actor. A rarity in this day & age. Others' would be Daniel Day-Lewis, Jeremy Irons.
by donjo
I'm old fashioned. Fell 'in love' with Mr Charlton Heston, when I saw him in 'El Cid' in 1962.
He'd been many times to Australia, & I was fortunate to meet him, & his lovely wife, Lydia.
He was a marvellous actor, with a high moral belief. He was a 9th generation American, hence his involvement with the NRA.
The majority of films in which he starred will never be made again, due to their being 'epics', way too expensive now.
His fans' at least, can view his films on DVD or via computer, to relive memories'.
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