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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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I have many, but Meryl  Streep is perhaps my all time favorite.  I would love to be able to do accents.

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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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I have too many to mention, but I've always admired Robert DeNiro. 

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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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John Cusack- totally into everything he has made & have followed his career since its beginning in the late 1980'S.

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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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leonardo decaprio,shutter island,catch me if you can,wolves of wall street,the revenant.,etc.He can slide into any roll and do it well

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Chiwetel Ejiofor is a very talented actor who gets very little recognition for his work. 

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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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I agree Richard Gere is an excellent actor.
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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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Richard Gere.
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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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My favorite is Sam Elliot! Is there really anyone better?

 

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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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Immediately (because of his voice) I would have to say Morgan Freeman.  Oh yes, I love his acting also.

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Re: Favorite Movie Actor

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I would love to have been a fly on the wall during the heyday of Broadway shows of the 30s and 40s.  The "round table" at the Algonquin Hotel in NYC where great authors and composers such as Cole Porter, Gertrude Stein, the Gershwins, and Hemingway, congregated.  The discussions must have been sophisticated, witty, and brilliant with these talented minds.  Their contributions to the art world  is incomparable and will probably never be equaled.  So much music today is mindless, shallow and insipid.  

 

The movies with all the great stars as mentioned, will never be duplicated by today's stars.  Some performances have been worthy of Oscars, but by and large   the newer stars may benefit by watching the icons-they had it all.