One of the most celebrated actors of Hollywood, Martin Sheen has won multiple Emmys and Golden Globes. Best known to fans as Captain Benjamin Willard from Apocalypse Now, he has also been involved in countless protests against nuclear power and strongly opposes abortion, capital punishment, and euthanasia.
One of the most celebrated actors of the 1960s and 1970s, Paul Newman was a multi-faceted man. Apart from winning acting accolades, such as the Academy Award, he had also won many championships as a driver as part of the Sports Car Club of America. Also known for his philanthropy and political activism, Newman founded many nonprofit organizations.
Popularly known as The King of Hollywood, Clark Gable appeared as a leading man for 30 years in an acting career that spanned 37 years. One of the most bankable Hollywood stars in the history of American cinema, Clark Gable was named in the greatest male star of classic American cinema list published by the American Film Institute.
Luke Perry was an actor who became a teen idol in the 1990s after portraying Dylan McKay in the popular TV series, Beverly Hills, 90210. Before his death at the age of 52, due to an ischemic stroke, he had advocated the testing of colorectal cancer through colonoscopy.
An actor, singer, and comedian, Dean Martin earned the nickname The King of Cool for his effortless self-assurance and charisma. One of the most popular entertainers of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, Dean performed in nightclubs and concert stages and appeared in film and TV productions. Such is his popularity that his songs continue to be featured across popular culture.
7 Bow Wow
10 Josh Radnor
11 Ryan Dunn
12 Michael Owen
Actor and former model Justin Chambers worked for brands like Calvin Klein, Armani, and Dolce & Gabbana before venturing into acting. He received professional training in acting before making his debut in a TV show. He has since appeared in many TV series and films and is especially known for his role in the TV series Grey's Anatomy.
Comedian and rapper Katt Williams is best known as Money Mike from the comedy film Friday After Next. He was also part of Nick Cannon's improv show Wild 'N Out and played Lord Have Mercy in the movie Norbit. He has won an Emmy for his guest role in Atlanta.
16 Jim Cummings
17 Chris Wood
Chris Wood is best known for his Teen Choice Award-nominated roles of Kai Parker in the series The Vampire Diaries and Mon-El in Supergirl. Fans also loved him as Adam Weaver from The Carrie Diaries. He is an advocate of mental health awareness and is associated with Mental Health America.
18 Alan Ruck
Alan Ruck is an American actor who started his career in Broadway. After being born into a working-class family, Alan Ruck worked hard to establish himself as an actor in the American film and TV industry. He has been an important actor since landing his breakthrough role as Cameron Frye in the 1986 teen comedy film Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
19 Ted Levine
Ted Levine is an American actor known for portraying important roles in popular films, such as The Silence of the Lambs, The Fast and the Furious, and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. A self-made man, Ted Levine serves as an inspiration to aspiring actors with no or little background in the entertainment industry.
20 Hal Holbrook
Actor, TV director, and writer, Hal Holbrook, has been active in the entertainment industry for seven decades. In his extensive career, he has appeared in hundreds of films, TV shows, and stage productions. He is the recipient of several prestigious awards, including five Primetime Emmy Awards. He was honored with the National Humanities Medal in 2003.
21 Robert Urich
Robert Urich was an American actor whose contribution to the TV industry earned him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; he was the only person on the walk with a name starting with the alphabet U until Usher was added. Apart from his contribution to the entertainment industry, Robert Urich also worked towards raising money for cancer research.
22 Paul Lynde
Paul Lynde was an American comedian, actor, game show panelist, and voice artist. Lynde was much-loved and admired by his peers and often featured in lists, such as the most-liked TV stars. Throughout his life, Lynde was rumored to be homosexual and was popular among the homosexual community. In 2020, it was revealed that Lynde's biopic was in the making.
23 Luke Grimes
24 Arsenio Hall
26 Clancy Brown
27 Jamie Farr
Jamie Farr is an American actor and comedian best known for his portrayal of Maxwell Q. Klinger in the popular war comedy-drama TV series, M*A*S*H. In 1985, Jamie Farr was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the American entertainment industry.
28 Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers was an American singer, television host, and actor. Credited with co-founding one of America's earliest Western singing groups, Sons of the Pioneers, Rogers is widely regarded as one of the most famous Western stars of his generation. One of the earliest actors to popularize Western films, Roy Rogers was often referred to as the King of the Cowboys.
29 Matt Lanter
30 Tim Conway
31 Mehmet Oz
Born to Turkish immigrants in the U.S., Mehmet Oz, better known as Dr. Oz, is a renowned cardiothoracic surgeon and professor. He is known for his multiple appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show and for his YOU series of self-help books. He has also hosted The Dr. Oz Show.
32 Jake Paul
Jake Paul, the American YouTuber, rose to fame on the now-defunct video application Vine and later when he acted in the television series Bizaardvark. Controversies engaging in risky and inappropriate stunts for YouTube content, criminal trespass and unlawful assembly have surrounded him frequently. He has also taken part in boxing matches at a professional level.
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34 Jim Jarmusch
Two-time Grammy-winning artist and comedian Jonathan Winters is best remembered for his comedy albums such as Crank(y) Calls. He won an Emmy for playing Gunny Davis in the sitcom Davis Rules and voiced Papa Smurf in The Smurfs franchise. He also wrote a bestselling short-story anthology and held painting exhibitions.
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38 Jim Backus
A multifaceted personality, Rudy Ray Moore was a comedian, singer, actor, and film producer. He is remembered for playing the title character in the crime comedy film, Dolemite, and its sequels. He served in the army as a young man and began his career in the entertainment industry following his discharge. Many black comedians consider him an inspiration.
40 Ray Wise
Ray Wise is an American actor best known for playing Leland Palmer in the drama television series, Twin Peaks. Wise's portrayal of Leland Palmer in Twin Peaks earned him similar roles. While he has taken up roles that have come his way, Ray Wise has also remained cautious about playing stereotypical roles, thus establishing himself as a versatile actor.
41 Joel Grey
Joel Grey is an American actor, dancer, singer, photographer, and director. He is best known for his portrayal of the Master of Ceremonies in the popular musical Cabaret, for which he won the 1967 Tony Award. He then reprised his role in the 1972 film adaptation, winning an Academy Award and a British Academy Film Award for his performance.
42 Tyrone Power
Charles Michael Davis is an American actor, producer, director, and model. He is best known for playing Marcel Gerard in the popular fantasy supernatural drama TV series, The Originals. Apart from acting in the series, Davis was also credited with directing a couple of episodes of The Originals.