Who are your favorite ACTORS/ACTRESS'S of all time?

You can name more than one:)

Cagney, Bogey, E.G.Robinson

to start:)

James Stewart
Morgan Freeman

**Of ALL time ?
Bill Clinton.

followed by:
Clint Eastwwod
Denzel Washington
Bette Davis

**

:rotfl:

William nelson, sean penn,chloe morlez (great child actor) and to many female actresses :slight_smile:

Clinton?

Funny thanks I needed that!

James Stewart
Kevin Bacon

My wife and daughters, of course. :slight_smile:

Alan Rickman
Maximilian Schell
Tom Hanks
Mel Gibson
Patrick Swayze
Gary Oldman
Harrison Ford

Goldie Hawn
Meryl Streep
Whoopie Goldberg
Winona Ryder
Sandra Bullock

Gregory Peck
Peter Sellers
Charlton Heston
Anthony Quinn
John Wayne
Spencer Tracy
Frederick March
Fred MacMurray
Gary Cooper
Maggie Smith
Olivia de Havilland
Vivien Leigh
Elsa Martinelli
Geneviève Page
Gene Tierney

I I guess I have to say that my absolute favorite is Katherine Hepburn.

Jimmy Stewart is right up there.

Jean Arthur (with Jimmy Stewart in “Mr Smith Goes to Washington” and “you can’t take it with you”)

Charles Coburn…I always enjoyed his stuff.

Hattie McDaniel…

Myrna Loy…

John Wayne

Henry Fonda

And of course a whole raft of others…

Peace
James

George Raft

I KNEW somebody would do that…:smiley:

Peace
James

Robert Duvall.

Look at the variety of characters he’s played:

Frank Burns in the movie Mash
Ned Pepper in the original True Grit
The Cavalry Colonel in Apocalypse Now
Washed-up Country Singer Mac Sledge in Tender Mercies
Lawyer in The Godfather
The Great Santini
Gus in Lonesome Dove
Psycho dad in Slingblade
Detective in Falling Down

And a bunch more I can’t remember

Alec Guinness and for much more than Star Wars. :wink:

Meryl Streep/Helen Mirren–a tie.

*Robert Downey Jr.
*Lawrence Fishbourne
*John Malkovich

Joan Crawford
Alexis Smith
Lesley Ann Warren
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
Meryl Streep
Tallulah Bankhead
Sidney Poitier
Coral Browne
Geoffrey Rush
Cate Blanchett
Frank Langella
Gong Li
Marisa Paredes
Deborah Kerr

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