Mark Ruffalo is a writer, director, and environmental activist, but he is definitely best known for his incredible acting career, which spans nearly 30 years. The talented actor has done it all: dramas, comedies, mystery films – he even portrayed The Hulk.
His “boy-next-door” charm is what really gets everyone going, and that’s probably due to the fact that he’s so versatile, it’s surprising to see so many sides of him!
We're sure we're not the first or last ones to say this, but we are pining over Chris Pine. The "Star Trek" actor, who has been around for quite some time now, seems to age gracefully. The older he gets, the more confident we are that he is flawless.
Though we tend to forget of his existence, his most recent role in "Wonder Woman" has landed him back on the good-looking man map!
So handsome it hurts, Colin Firth will forever be Mr. Darcy to us! Who could ever forget the gorgeous English actor in his famed "Pride and Prejudice" role, one that still manages to pull at our heartstrings?!
He was recognized in the mid-1980s with the "Brit Pack," a group of rising, young British actors, taking on a wide range of roles. This eventually landed his leads in "Bridget Jones's Diary" and "Love, Actually."
The mysterious Adrien Brody is an actor we will never fully understand but admire completely. He first showed his incredible acting skills and intriguing face when he starred in Roman Polanski’s 2002 holocaust film, "The Pianist," which went on to secure him an Academy Award for Best Actor.
Brody received the award at age 29, making him the youngest actor ever to win this title. This Oscar-winning performance turned Adrien Brody from a relatively unknown actor to one of Hollywood’s hottest assets at the time. To this day, he is well regarded as
Woody has had great success in film and several notable characters, including Haymitch Abernathy in the "Hunger Games" series. There's something about his quirky face and deep blue eyes that has us fascinated. Interestingly enough, Harrelson met his future wife on the set of "Cheers" in 1987.
Ironically, the happy hippie Harrelson never thought he'd get married, not believing in it. Well, that is until Laura came into his life. According to Harrelson, it doesn't take a lot for the couple to be happy -- just a beautiful home, their children, and each other.