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1 randal "tex" cobb
Posted on Saturday May 16, 2009, 14:03 by martyn rice
one of the best old school bad guys from the 80's and 90's. would have liked to see him do more. Read More

2 Bonnie Hunt
Posted on Friday May 15, 2009, 12:55 by anganthadams
Not enough actresses on your list for me. Bonnie Hunt was Renee Zellwegger's sister in Jerry Maguire and Steve Martin's wife in Cheaper by the Dozen and the adult female in Jumanji plus loads more. Read More

3 Will Patton
Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 01:45 by tyrian44
How can you compile this list without including Will Patton. Hes been Gone in Sixty Seconds, The Punisher, Armageddon, Remember the Titans, etc. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001599/ Read More

4 Missing Person
Posted on Monday April 20, 2009, 23:05 by Lassard
I think you forgoy Vincent D'Onofrio. And maybe a few more, yeah. Read More

5 P.S.
Posted on Tuesday March 24, 2009, 17:15 by ushiep
Thank you Empire for putting him as the front pic of this feature - I very much appreciate it. Now I'm sounding a bit obsessed - I shall stop now. Read More

6 William Fichtner
Posted on Tuesday March 24, 2009, 17:11 by ushiep
William Fichtner is still number 1 hands down. Ok maybe not hands down - there's a lot of greats in this list but I'm sure you all appreciate his talent and wouldn't mind joining me camping outside his house. OK maybe not! I'd stalk him though if I was that way inclined - thankfully for him I am not. What was that tv show he was in that got cancelled - something about some alien species in the water? That guy from Sunset Beach who's now playing the gym teacher going out with Hilda in Ugly Betty was in it too - what was that show? I watched a few episodes of it because of William Fichtner but unfortunately even his fabulousness couldn't keep me interested in that show. Read More

7 Keith David
Posted on Sunday March 22, 2009, 23:38 by superdork
'nuff said Read More

8 Surely Deadwood is like watching a That Guy From That Thing convention...
Posted on Sunday March 22, 2009, 13:21 by postgrape
The show is crammed with them, including Jeffrey Jones who you listed. But also the outstanding Brad Dourif, Powers Boothe, Molly Parker, W Earl Brown (i barely recognised him in Being John Malkovich), Garrett Dillahunt (he's turning up everywhere now) and the ever-versatile John Hawkes. Best ensemble cast ever? Read More

9 My Picks part 2
Posted on Sunday March 22, 2009, 06:15 by Play Doh
Almost as prolific is von Bargenhe was a bad guy in 3s one of the cops Sharon Stone flashed in nstincte was the head juror in lphiae was the satanic sheriff in ther Where Art Thou?, was the naked sorcerer with nails in his eyes they exhumed in arker's Lord of Illusionsbut he's probably best known as the unlucky Commandant from in the Middle Of course, if we wanted to go way back to Hollywood's Golden Age, my favorite "HEY!” actors are Karnsd leasonth the delightful n Borg the distaff side… Read More

10 My Picks part 1
Posted on Sunday March 22, 2009, 06:10 by Play Doh
I know others have mentioned him, but the exclusion of t Walsh invalidates the entire list. He is the ultimate “Hey, it’s that guy…again!” He’s (74) years old, and he’s got (4) films in post for 2009. As the list is a little light on women, I would like to add antas (10) films in post-production in 2009 already! She almost always plays sour women who tend to frustrate the heroes – as in i], where she got blown up trying to get off the bus, or Miss Sunshineshe wouldn’t let the heroes register because they were five minutes late… Or, if you think Ms. Grant is “too famous” for the list, then I nominate e Aaronas been popping up as secretaries and real estate agents for twenty years – lately, she’s of an age where she’s started appearing as a judge… And what aboutMartindale?arts out as an unnamed “plump tart” in e Dovelary Swank’s white-trash mother in Dollar Babywey Cox’s mom in rdkilled on /i], and even makes it into the ontana Now, I know that haykinay the lead in Read More

11
Posted on Saturday March 21, 2009, 16:29 by rbcbgirl
I remember Studi from adaptations of Hillerman novels shown on PBS. And wasn't Greene on episodes of "Red Green," playing Edgar who was interested in electrics and always seemed to blow himself up a la Wile E. Coyote? Read More

12 Leland Orser.
Posted on Friday March 20, 2009, 21:28 by Apathygrrl
I would like to second The True Mooseman's nomination of Leland Orser. I always liked him. He's one of my favourite underdog kind of actors. In addition to the ones Mooseman listed, he has also been in Taken, Very Bad Things, Daredevil, and on CSI: Vegas, the Outer Limits, and X-Files. I also want to nominate Harriet Sansom Harris. She's excellent. She's been in a bunch of stuff including an awesome episode of X-Files and playing Sammy Jenkis's wife in Memento opposite Stephen Tobolowski. Speaking of Stephen, he was also in a bunch of episodes of Heroes and an episode of X-Files. Lots of fairly big names have been on shows like X-Files and Outer Limits over the years, including plenty of "Those Guys/Girls". It's fun to watch old episodes of X-Files and go "Hey! That's Seth Green!" or "Look, that's Giovonni Ribisi". Read More

13
Posted on Friday March 20, 2009, 18:51 by CppThis
An extra note on Ironside, gamers may recognize his voice as Sam Fisher from the popular Splinter Cell videogame series. Apparently his That Guy status is not limited to celluloid. Read More

14
Posted on Friday March 20, 2009, 18:51 by moosic
Great list, but small quibble. Number 44. 'Zoe, Duncan, Jack And Jane' did not launch Ryan Reynolds. It's Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville's Lex Luthor) who started in this show. Ryan Reynolds first gained notice in 'Two Guys, A Girl and A Pizza Place' along with Nathan Fillion. Read More

15 spot on
Posted on Friday March 20, 2009, 16:12 by mightyhypnotoad
Couldn't agree more with William Fitchner that guy ad's a touch of panache to any role he touches. Read More

16 Peter Stormare
Posted on Friday March 20, 2009, 10:36 by JokerTheClown
Seriously, how did you not include him? That's incredibly disappointing. Read More

17 RE: where the hell is
Posted on Thursday March 19, 2009, 05:07 by md311
I don't think there's a funnier man per minute in film today than Fred Willard. Read More

18 What about...
Posted on Thursday March 19, 2009, 04:34 by robgordon23
Nicky Katt most recently seen in The Dark Knight and Grindhouse. We've all seen him in a million things but I still had to look his name up for this comment. Check his resume http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0441588/. Also, Michael Jai White? I know, I know but I still enjoy seeing him pop up every now and then. Great voice actor too. Read More

19 RE: where the hell is
Posted on Thursday March 19, 2009, 01:56 by JoeyPottr
William Fichtner is always fun to watch in movies so is Will Patton J.K. Simmons (Juno, Spiderman) John C. McGinely (Point Break, here we go, he's been in tons and I can't remember which ones) J.T. Walsh too many to mention again John Ortiz (creepy as hell in Miami Vice, spastic in American Gangstar, good in Pride and Glory) Brion James always a good bad guy/henchman Peter Storemare (I loves when he keeps his Russian accent) Bob Baloban Nick Chinlun I know the faces just don't know the names Read More

20 miguel ferrer fucking owns.
Posted on Wednesday March 18, 2009, 19:45 by Wrathschild
Too many superb character actors in this list. Damn I got spaghetti on my keyboard. Read More

21 miguel ferrer fucking owns.
Posted on Wednesday March 18, 2009, 19:22 by Wrathschild
Too many superb character actors in this list. Damn I got spaghetti on my keyboard. Read More

22 Urrrrmmmm about Jeffrey Jones....
Posted on Wednesday March 18, 2009, 14:00 by richm_drevil
I believe the reason you don't see him anymore was because he got done for being in possession of kiddie porno! He did a little time, was released and then near enough disappeared. So now it's just plain uncomfortable to watch his old films with that in mind. Just like remembering an old Gary Glitter track: cheesy, catchy but you wouldn't listen or request it now. Please someone correct me about the Jeff Jones thing. PLEASE!!!!!!! Read More

23 24 always does this to me
Posted on Wednesday March 18, 2009, 13:14 by robmaytum
Whenever you watch a series of 24, there's always people who pop up that you recognise (DB Woodside one that pops to mind). Same when I watch films, always see people who were in 24. Read More

24 Dwight Yoakam
Posted on Tuesday March 17, 2009, 14:00 by Admir84
Wedding Crashers,Four Christmases,Crank,Panic Room,Sling Blade......enough said. Read More

25 RE:
Posted on Tuesday March 17, 2009, 13:40 by bentherock
that would be tony todd Read More

26
Posted on Tuesday March 17, 2009, 11:44 by f
"Divoff has also played sinister ex-Soviet types in Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, Air Force One and The Hunt For Red October, taking on Harrison Ford and ending up on the losing side in each encounter." --Ehm Harrison Ford in Hunt for Red October? What in his Alec Baldwin role? Read More

27 Endo from Lethal Weapo!! - Al Leong
Posted on Tuesday March 17, 2009, 02:14 by tootyoverseas
He was in every 80s TV show and Action movie....come on! Read More

28
Posted on Monday March 16, 2009, 17:26 by Pala36
What about the big black guy who is in the Rock with the gravely voice ('I want my fucking money!") He seems to show up in every time a movie needs a big scary black fella Read More

29 How could you!....
Posted on Monday March 16, 2009, 16:40 by The Liberator
No nods for: Delroy Lindo Ernie Hudson - Congo John Ashton - Judge Reinhold's partner in Beverly Hills Cop Correct immediately - they are worthy! Read More

30 RE: Fact Fans Alert!!
Posted on Monday March 16, 2009, 12:27 by Drone
Take Hellboy out of the equation, and I reckon Ron Perlman would be on that list.  For years I knew him only as 'that guy from The Name of the Rose.' Read More

31 Fact Fans Alert!!
Posted on Monday March 16, 2009, 10:37 by Webby2001
In the info on Larry Miller, it stats that he appeared in Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane and that this show launched the career of Ryan Reynolds. This fact is WRONG! The programme actually started the career of Michael Rosenbaum aka Lex Luthor from Smallville!!!! If your going to alert fact fans with a comment then at least get it correct!!!! LOL!!!!!! Read More

32 Lea Thompson
Posted on Sunday March 15, 2009, 23:12 by Trully
See her photo and you'll recognise her instantly. But does her name tell you who she is? Read More

33 Kurt Fuller
Posted on Sunday March 15, 2009, 19:50 by LifeInSTARS
He is in endless films from the early 90's (Ghostbusters II, Waynes World). I'm sure you will recognise him when you see him. Read More

34 James Cromwell
Posted on Sunday March 15, 2009, 09:45 by nachoman
No Jim......sad Read More

35 M. Emmet Walsh
Posted on Sunday March 15, 2009, 07:06 by Tanstaafl
nuff said Read More

36 RE:
Posted on Saturday March 14, 2009, 22:59 by elab49
Not a Scot then? It is a rule - anything Scottish has to have the wonderful Mr Cosmo in. Makes it feel right. Read More

37
Posted on Saturday March 14, 2009, 21:39 by vivlitherland
theres a group of actors that are nearly in every single history biopic war film, braveheart, troy, gladiator etc. any of those should have been on the list. an example of one of them is James Cosmo, who in order to find, I had to go on imdb. Read More

38 RE: Bruce Mcgill
Posted on Saturday March 14, 2009, 20:19 by general_potatoface
L: Funkyrae L: general_potatoface Hey, what about Jeffrey Combs? www.imdb.com/name/nm0001062/n actor with a long association with the various Star Trek shows. Ahh Herbert West himself e's one of those that is always going to have a die hard army of fans thanks to the horror films he's in.  haven't seen those Re-Animator movies, but he's great in the Frighteners. Read More

39 Adam Baldwin
Posted on Saturday March 14, 2009, 07:57 by malaga
Possibly no longer a 'That Guy From That Thing?' actor, Baldwin is one of my favourites. He was great in a guest appearance on Stargate, and is now one of the main characters on NBC's Chuck - even if he is Team Chuck's "Little Fat Kid", Agent Casey. Read More

40 Jones, Where Art Thou?
Posted on Saturday March 14, 2009, 07:15 by HighwayJoe
I miss Jeffrey Jones. You really did use to see him everywhere back in the 80s and 90s hen he just seemed to drop off the side of the editing table. Pity. He was incredibly watch-able, no matter what he did. Even as the teenage love of the B&W Burton aesthete wears off sommat, I still fondly recall Jones hugging his old-fashioned desk in 'Beetlejuice,' imploring fellow 'That Guy' Catherine O'Hara to let him have at least ONE room. Does anyone remember the days when John C Riley was a 'That Guy'? And where's Brad Dourif? Top-notch character actor for the insane and totally out-there. Even his kindly Dr Cochran in 'Deadwood' had hints of an imbalanced mind. Oh, and he chewed up the Rohan scenery as the slimy, pathetic Wormtongue over at those movies involving barefoot short fellows and this one shiny ring with a built-in choir. Read More

41 William Fichtner and Missi Pyle
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 13:24 by ushiep
William Fichtner is one of my fav actors - I'd be just as excited to meet him as I would to meet Johnny Depp. I like The Dark Knight because of him! Missi Pyle is also very memorable - she has a pretty but interesting face. And who doesn't know Danny Trejo?! A lot of older movies I haven't seen but I recognised 46-47 people in that list - although I certainly don't know all their names. People may complain that the stars on this list should be bigger stars and headline films but it really doesn't matter - they're instantly recognisable, the film is always better because they're in it, which is why they get so much work and we love them. We know them just as much as we know the likes of Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Angelina, Meryl Streep etc. They just don't get as much credit but film fans still know exactly who they are and what they were in and they're just as good as the A-Listers. In fact they're in mighty lists all of their own! Read More

42
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 13:08 by The True Mooseman
Well, it's one of those things isn't it? You'll never get everyone. But for your consideration: David Cross, Jeff Kober, Sam Anderson, Vincent Schiavelli, Robert Picardo, Ken Leung, Mark Boone Junior, K Todd Freeman, and a personal favourite and definitely one to look up, Leland Orser. As in ER, Se7en, The Bone Collector, Alien Resurrection...he exploded JE Freeman's head with a chestburster. Ooh, there's another one! Read More

43 RE: Bruce Mcgill
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 12:11 by Funkyrae
L: general_potatoface Hey, what about Jeffrey Combs? www.imdb.com/name/nm0001062/n actor with a long association with the various Star Trek shows. sp; Ahh Herbert West himself p; He's one of those that is always going to have a die hard army of fans thanks to the horror films he's in.  Read More

44 RE: Bruce Mcgill
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 12:02 by elab49
L: corywillis2004 Was not Al in Quantim leap as it states on page 40 sp; Was according to IMDB. Have they gotten it wrong?   PS You do realise they mean the bartender in the final ep and not Al, Al? Read More

45 RE: Bruce Mcgill
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 11:28 by general_potatoface
Hey, what about Jeffrey Combs?   www.imdb.com/name/nm0001062/p; An actor with a long association with the various Star Trek shows. Read More

46 Bruce Mcgill
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 05:47 by corywillis2004
Was not Al in Quantim leap as it states on page 40 Read More

47
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 02:11 by Admir84
Timothy Spall and James Russo,perhaps? Or Hal Holbrook?Warren Oates? Read More

48 hmmm!
Posted on Friday March 13, 2009, 02:01 by Amezzeray
Sean Murray. Here's me thinking his big break was in one of my fav TV shows, NCIS but one day I sat down to watch JAG, Hocus Pocus and some DiCaprio movie (that I cant remember the name to - turns out they were close friends though)... he's Thackeray Binx for christ sake! oh and Thomas Dekker - T:SCC, Heroes, Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: Voyager Jamie Bamber - BSG, Hornblower, L+O:UK Read More

49 Xander Berkley
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 23:41 by Dringo
He's always that guy Read More

50 Aha!
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 20:09 by Yorkshirebint
Thank you for answering many, many questions but although you included the fabulous and much missed JT Walsh you missed one of his co-stars from The Negotiator, Paul Guilfoyle, whose name I never knew until he turned up in CSi but who seemed to be in everything in the mid 90's. A film which also introduced me to the pleasures of Paul Giamati and (thank you!) John Morse. Read More

51 M. Emmet Walsh + Harry Dean Stanton
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 19:44 by holland
You got JT Walsh but missed out t'other one, M Emmett Walsh. (...who, along with Harry Dean Stanton - another "that guy" - led film critic Roger Ebert to coin the "Stanton-Walsh Rule," stating that any film starring Walsh or Stanton has to have some merit.) Read More

52 Yes! I knw that guy!
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 18:52 by general_potatoface
Larry Miller - fantastic. But you forgot David Ogden Stiers! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Ogden_Sti ers With voicework too! Read More

53 2 that were forgotten
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 18:04 by Maniac_Cop
CHRISTINE TAYLOR - she's in every comedy going including zoolander, the wedding singer, dodgeball and tropic tunder! BARRY PEPPER - the sniper in saving private ryan...also in every other war movie ever made!! Read More

54 Adam Baldwin
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 17:18 by Xenaclone
Should have his BIG 'name-above-the-title' Hollywood Blockbuster! Excellent actor, lots of 'business' and subtlety. Great comic timing. The only actor of the right physical presence, depth and gravitas to be the Captain America everyone seems to be looking for. Would also shine in romantic comedy, out of his usual 'tough guy' roles. Anyone looking for the 'next' Bruce Willis/Harrison Ford/ono - look no further. You've found your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Cast him already! Read More

55 Victor Garber
Posted on Thursday March 12, 2009, 00:23 by Manfrendshensindshen
He might be known for being Jennifer Garner's dad, but he's ace in almost any role and a kind of male Meryl Streep when it comes to dialects. Each and every one of the fifteen people who saw Paul Schrader's Light Sleeper just has to adore him! Read More

56 RE: That Guy From That Thing
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 23:53 by djalexb
Firstly brilliant feature and well worth a chuckle.   Second...Micheal Ironside is a legend and I would be amazed if anybody 25+ didn't know who he is. I grew up watching this dude in Total Recall, Starship Troopers and Top Gun! I did a bit of research and found out his filmography which includes Terminator Salvation, surely he should get a lead role soon...And he should get a lifetime acheivement oscar...And I should present it!   k=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1180174/] (2009/II) http://pro.imdb.com/r/legacy-inprod-name/inproduction/] duction)link=http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0093140/] ttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt0438488/]tor Salvation (2009) http://pro.imdb.com/r/legacy-inprod-name/inproduction/] oduction)link=http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0106496/] Ashdown ... aka T4: Salvation (USA: promotional abbreviation) ... aka Terminator: Die Erlösung (Germany) ttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt1105740/]EveII) http://pro.imdb.com/r/legacy-inprod-name/inprodRead More

57 David Warner!!!
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 17:04 by rolygee
The unfortunate priest in The Omen, the bad guy in Tron and Time Bandits, the head Klingon in Star Trek 6, Dr Necessiter in The Man With Two Brains etc etc... and LOADS of TV. And he's British - unlike almost the entire Empire list! Read More

58 RE: where the hell is
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 13:44 by kinkykeeks
I don't think people count Brad Dourif after Lord of the Rings' Wormtongue. He's not really a 'That Guy From That Thing' anymore, he's 'That Creepy Guy From Lord Of The Rings' instead Read More

59 where the hell is
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 13:37 by jameswhaleofatime
Brad Dourif?! Read More

60 Where the hell was Bill Cobbs!?!??!
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 12:47 by theblackwhisper
Seriously, the dudes been in more films than Jason Biggs has been given onscreen sex lectures! Read More

61 OutBreak
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 12:22 by waltham1979
JT Walsh's speech as President in Out Break was absolutely superb - short but brilliant !! Read More

62 Lazy!!
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 12:15 by Charlie1234
Have you never seen the unfortunately discontinued site: http://www.fametracker.com/hey_its_that_guy/ Did it so much better Read More

63 Lazy!!
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 12:15 by Charlie1234
Have you never seen the unfortunately discontinued site: http://www.fametracker.com/hey_its_that_guy/ Did it so much better Read More

64 Should have William Atherton in there
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 12:00 by davejoyce
For Ghostbusters and Die Hard alone ;) Read More

65 Aw you forgot Tony Todd
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 11:48 by Taz69
He was Candyman in the horror trilogy and been in every USTV show in the last 20 years from every Star Trek show (bar the original of course), Law ands Order, CSI etc. He's also in this season's 24 - as is Kurtwood Smith and Bob Gunton. Alan Dale was also in an episode of Torchwoods season 2, but he can be a comedy character too, he's great in his stint as King Arthur in Eric Idle's Monty Python musical Spamalot J.K Simmons was the best thing in the Spiderman.movies - by miles. Read More

66 What happened to...
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 11:22 by mia_2009
Keith David? John Heard? Zelko Ivanek? Joe Pantoliano? Delroy Lindo? Veronica Cartwright? Read More

67 RE: That Guy From That Thing
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 11:03 by Loader
Catherine keener anyone? anyone?? Read More

68 fact fans
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 10:40 by DanBarnes501
Regarding the claim on Larry Miller's page (45) that Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane launched Ryan Reynolds ' career, unless this was via some uncredited cameo I think Empire have confused this with Two Guys, a girl and a Pizza Place (also starring Nathan Fillion). Zoe.. did however arguably launch the careers of Selma Blair and Michael Rosenbaum (Lex from Smallville) Read More

69
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 10:01 by Anduril666
Nice to see Lost getting some love, and Empire noting just how good Alan Dale is in that. For evidence, check out Ben and Widmore's scene in season 4! Read More

70 The Iron Side
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 09:42 by wombathog
Why does Michael Ironside invariably play someone who has lost or loses various body parts so often? Read More

71 My Top 5
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 09:31 by gareth_082
1) William Fichtner - Prison Break, Invasion, Black Hawk Down, Go, Heat, Armageddon, Dark Knight. 2) Alan Dale - Neighbours, 24, Ugly Betty, Indiana Jones '08, Lost 3) Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje - Lost, Oz, Bourne Identity, Mummy Returns, Ace Ventura 2, New GI Joe film. 4) Paul Schulze - Sopranos, Oz, 24, Rambo '08, Law & Order 5) John C McGinley - Scrubs, Platoon, The Rock, Seven, Point Break, Any Given Sunday Read More

72 RE:
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 07:33 by grucl
Erm, could you include the names of the person yo're referring to? This gets confusing...   I missed at least 2 guys on that list:   Rex Linn (the psycho FBI guy in Cliffhanger)   Fred Dalton Thompson (aiport tower chief in Die Hard 2, Navy captain in Hunt for red October) Read More

73
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 02:16 by johnny99
http://www.cracked.com/article_15074_20-best-that-guys- all-time.html Same idea, funnier article. Read More

74 Dale Dye
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 00:21 by somekindof_battery
How can you miss this guy out? He plays a military figure in everything - i've yet to see a secret conference room during a terrorist takeover where he hasn't sat in and given his 2 cents on the matter. Read More

75 fab!
Posted on Wednesday March 11, 2009, 00:01 by Who_me
Firstly, I can see how someone has seemed to miss the point of the feature....Empire know they are all known actors but the idea of not being recognised in the media on a daily basis in comparison to others is why this feature helps bring them into their own bit of spotlight, no need to bring the tone down with the not so creative use of language. Back to it now....this is a great feature to identify all the people we love to watch and have gotten to know so well through many different films&TV series! Read More

76
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 23:42 by Suzy R
Seriously, if you don't know at least 45-50 of these people, what do you do as soon as the credits roll....leave? Call yourself a film fan? Thanks for including so many of my faves, but where was Maury? Read More

77 this is fucking dumb
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 22:59 by uheiberg
william fichtner, danny trejo, cathrine o'hara, david morse, luis guzman, j.t. walsh, wes studi, kurtwood smith, miguel ferrer, bob gunton, barry corbin, j.k. simmons, daniel stern, bruce mcgill, kevin dunn, jeffrey jones, michael rappaport, jeffrey tambor? come on!! people who actually know anything about cinema should know who these people are, and I kinda feel insulted empire! you're so holier-than-thou!! Read More

78 If you add Peter Weller...
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 22:57 by Jasper
... then every single actor from Robocop would be included. Read More

79 William Fichtner
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 19:41 by cunnaw
I know he only has small roles in films, but he really is one of my favourite actors and should definitely land a larger role in the near future - he was good in Crash too! Read More

80 Željko Ivanek
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 19:04 by Giddysamurai
He seems to be in everything I watch! I cannot believe he was not in this list. Read More

81 Catherine O'Hara?
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 18:55 by film_fan_3000
She certainly has NO buisness being on this list. She's one of Hollywood's most talented and respected (if inconsistent) actresses. Bit weird. Good job on the list though. :D Read More

82 Ok be honest.....
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 18:02 by Tokkas100
who else covered up the names and tried to guess who they were? I forgot Steven Culp's name, even though I was watching him in the West Wing the other day, and have no idea who the actress from Gossip Girl is? So 48, not too shabby, oh 47 and a half, I called Wilford Brimley, Wilford Brimble. Note to self: Must get life....... Read More

83 Steven Culp
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 17:57 by cruyffneeskens
At the risk of sounding pedantic, Steven Culp was RFK in Thirteen Days, not JFK. Read More

84 RE: who's that guy...
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 17:44 by DLE 78
I believe that's Fred Willard. Stay classy. Read More

85 Hey, it's that guy!
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 17:12 by beebs_
I remember the website... http://www.fametracker.com/hey_its_that_g uy/ Read More

86 Who's that guy...
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2009, 16:59 by bronco3114
...from Anchorman as the station chief and was also the dean/principal in Harold and Kumar Get the Munchies who interviewed Kumar. Always does great comedy cameo turns. Read More


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