Lately he's been taking over sci-fi, with Dredd finally giving 2000 AD's finest the film he deserved and Star Trek seeing Urban prove he's the real Mc Coy as Kirk's conscience.
If there's a third film, please ensure he gets more to do.
So that's a vampire, a dwarf and a werewolf then.
Witty, profoundly self-deprecating, genuinely funny and a little bit of a geek – what's not to love about Andrew Garfield?
Alan Rickman remains a perennial favourite in these votes (note that he is the second highest-placed Potter alum, behind only Pattinson) and that's because he's a classy gent.
One of the great joys of seeing him win an Oscar for his fantastic turn in The King's Speech was watching Firth's outrageously humble and amusing speeches at a variety of awards shows.
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There's something wounded and haunted about most of Colin Farrell's characters.
When Clooney won his Supporting Actor Oscar for Syriana, Jon Stewart quipped, “That's the kind of thing that could get a man laid. ” Well-dressed, supremely talented in acting, writing and directing, suave, funny and socially conscious, he's basically a walking rebuke to every other man alive.
Pace is maybe the least famous person on this list, despite being a delight in Pushing Daisies and stealing scenes as Garrett in the Twilight finale (admittedly, not that hard when you've got good hair and the Cullens are stuck with those wigs).