10 Actors Whom We Would Love to See More Often
Few people in the world are always loved and craved for! Enlisted are top 10 actors whom we would love to see more often.
1. Meryl Streep
Crowned as the greatest living actress, Meryl Streep was nominated for the Academy Awards 17 grand times, and has won thrice!
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2. Gary Oldman
Gary Oldman, the man who allured many through his charismatic appearances in number of plays throughout the early '80s. He then started appearing in movies and has been named as one of Britain's greatest living actors. Certainly, we would like to have more of Gary!
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3. Helena Bonham Carter
Awarded an Academy nomination for Best Actress, Helena Bonham Carter is one of the most impressive actresses of UK.
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4. Sean Penn
An eclectic performer with capabilities that surpass all! Sean Penn has stood calm and firm to his turbulent private life and political viewpoints, throughout his glamorous career.
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5. Cate Blanchett
Highly acclaimed for her role as Elizabeth I of England, for which she won BAFTA and Golden Globe Awards; Cate Blanchett is often called as the 'new Meryl Streep'. She also has an Academy Award in her kitty.
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6. Jeff Bridges
Being the son of famous star Lloyd Bridges, Jeffrey Leon Bridges has won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Otis 'Bad' Blake for the film Crazy Heart.
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7. Kate Winslet
The British actress has delivered a great texture to cinema that speaks about her indispensable presence in Shakespearean tragic drama, theological productions and sensual set ups.
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8. Daniel Day-Lewis
Grandson of Sir Michael Balcon, an important figure in the history of British Cinema; Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis has won Academy, BAFTA and Golden Globe Awards. The man truly proved his legacy!
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9. Anjelica Huston
An American actress, Anjelica Huston won an Academy Award for her performance in 1985's Prizzi's Honor. She was twice nominated for Academy Awards and Golden Globe Awards.
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10. Michael Sheen
Being the hero of the London stage for nearly a decade, Michael Sheen was nominated four times for Olivier Awards and twice for BAFTA Award.
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