The 10 Best Male Actors of the 2010’s

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I’ve been doing a “best male actors on the planet” list for years now but this is my first attempt at doing a male actors of a decade list. Here we go: Leonardo DiCaprio –

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Best Actresses in the World- 2019

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Emma Stone (1)- Stone would be number one on this list if we combined both male and female and it feels like it’s been a long time since you could say that. In the past five

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Best Actors in the World- 2019

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Ryan Gosling (1)- Gosling’s addition of First Man is enough to keep him here. It’s not one of the best performances of the year—but it’s solid, and the other heavy-hitters, DiCaprio, DDL can’t overtake him as

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The Top 100 Male Actors of All-time

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Robert De Niro James Stewart Marlon Brando Humphrey Bogart Jack Nicholson Al Pacino Daniel Day-Lewis Toshiro Mifune Charlie Chaplin Cary Grant Marcello Mastroianni John Wayne Henry Fonda Paul Newman William Holden Klaus Kinski Dustin Hoffman

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The Top 100 Female Actors of All-Time

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Ingrid Bergman Katharine Hepburn Meryl Streep Giulietta Masina Lillian Gish Jeanne Moreau Liv Ullman Catherine Deneuve Marlene Dietrich Barbara Stanwyck Faye Dunaway Diane Keaton Juliette Binoche Julie Christie Julianne Moore Audrey Hepburn Judy Garland Sissy

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The Best Actor of All-Time: Robert De Niro

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best film:  Raging Bull. Scorsese’s supreme masterpiece has moved to my #4 film of all-time. The opening credits, the battle with Sugar Ray (my god that lighting) and the slow-motion drive-by sequence with Frank Vincent

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The 2nd Best Actor of All-Time: James Stewart

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best film:  Vertigo. There are four Jimmy Stewart masterpiece films to choose from including It’s a Wonderful Life, Rear Window, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and Vertigo. Hitchcock’s Vertigo recently passed Citizen Kane on

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The 3rd Best Actor of All-Time: Marlon Brando

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best film:  Apocalypse Now is the second best film of all-time and since Brando isn’t in The Searchers (#1) it’s the choice here even with The Godfather looming closely behind (also in the top 10).

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The 4th Best Actor of All-Time: Humphrey Bogart

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best film:  Casablanca is the best of four masterpieces starring Bogart. Those four are (in order of quality): Casablanca, The Big Sleep, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and The Maltese Falcon. I have In

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The 5th Best Actor of All-Time: Jack Nicholson

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best film:  This one is incredibly crowded because Jack has been in (and been excellent in) 6 ½ masterpieces. It’s the most I’ve seen while doing this. He’s in Chinatown, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s

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The 6th Best Actor of All-Time: Al Pacino

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best film:  The Godfather is Pacino’s best film with Part II close behind and Heat not far in the rear-view either. Pacino has been in four masterpieces—the fourth of which is Sidley Lumet’s film Dog

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