6 Funny Guys Who Never Fail To Make Us Laugh
It may be easy to scare someone or to make them cry, but making a person laugh is one of the toughest things to do. Not everybody is blessed with such an incredible and unique talent. Even if you are able to crack up your friends at times, that doesn’t prove that you’re good enough. Being able to have a whole bunch of audience, coming from different sections of society, roll on the floor with laughter when they watch you is called real talent. This may actually be impossible unless you’re are as talented as those mentioned below.
1. Robin Williams
What could be a better way to start this list than with one of the best in the game. With movies like Popeye, Mrs. Doubtfire, License to Wed, Patch Adams, Aladdin and The Fisher King, he created an apocalyptic revolution in Hollywood cinema. He is not just a great actor, but also a dynamic stand-up comedian. There is hardly anybody else to match up to his rich standards. The way he goes about jumping around the screen, blurting out every joke that comes to his mind, is commendable. His animated expressions, goofy acts and witty one-liners are enough to crack almost anybody.
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2. Adam Sandler
He found his talent to make people laugh first when he was seventeen. With his amazing wit, excellent charisma and astonishing creativity, Adam Sandler makes an amazing comedian in Hollywood. In movies like You Don't Mess with the Zohan, Click, 50 First Dates, Mr. Deeds, Punch-Drunk Love, The Longest Yard and Just Go With It, Adam has proved time and time again what a brilliant actor he is. The best part about him is that when it is an Adam Sandler movie, you can be sure that it is going to be great!
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3. Jim Carrey
Next to the list comes none other than, one of the finest comedians of the century, Jim Carrey! I don't know about you, but Jim first caught my eye in the movie, The Mask. Unlike other actors, Jim didn't possess those royal looks, but it didn't matter, 'coz he had something better. He had the charm and an unbeatable sense of humor. After The Mask, he proved his ability over and over again with award winning movies like Dumb and Dumber, The Cable Guy, Liar Liar, The Truman Show and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. He is one actor who has kept receiving awards right one after the other. His talent is simply flawless.
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4. Ben Stiller
Born to none other than famous comedians, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Ben manages to keep up to their name. In fact, he has turned out to be an even more versatile actor than his parents. Comedy runs through his blood and that is clearly visible in movies like Greenberg, Zoolander, Starsky & Hutch and Night at the Museum. He might have not won so many awards like other comedians, but that cannot make us forget what an amazing comedian he is.
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5. Rowan Atkinson
Rowan Atkinson, most known for playing the character of Mr.Bean, is one of the most unconventionally brilliant comedians I have ever seen. He has a sense of originality and innocence to each of his acts, and that is what makes him even more funny. He has been listed as one of the 50 funniest actors in British comedy. Apart from several television appearances, Rowan has also made a mark in films like Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie, Rat Race, Mr. Bean's Holiday, Love Actually and Keeping Mum.
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6. Eddie Murphy
Eddie Murphy was gifted with the talent to make people laugh from a very young age. Right from the age of 15 years, he would perform in local bars and local centers. Films like Norbit, The Nutty Professor, Beverly Hills Cop and Trading Places just would not have been the same without Eddie. He has won several Global awards for his amazing performances. He was also ranked number 10 on the list of the 100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time by Comedy Central.
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Many actors may come and go, but those mentioned above are legends. They will be remembered forever. Don’t you agree with me?