Cranston is the definition of versatility. Currently starring as the ruthless, cancer-stricken drug dealer Walter White on the hit show “Breaking Bad,” he has appeared in more than 120 television shows and movies, playing roles in a variety of genres from thrillers to animated comedy. While known for his serious role on “Bad,” his first big break was as the goofy, semi-dimwitted father on “Malcolm in the Middle.”
This down-to-Earth actress has starred in several movies and even won an Oscar at the young age of 23. Lawrence got her first big break after starring in the indie film “Winter’s Bone,” for which she was nominated for an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role. She recently won an Oscar for her portrayal of a grieving widow in the Academy Award-winning film “Silver Lining Playbook.”
Cooper got his start in television, making a name for himself as a recurring cast member on the popular serial drama “Alias.” Cooper has risen to fame in recent years, thanks to his role in “The Hangover” trilogy. He recently was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the 2012 movie “Silver Lining Playbook.”
From Disney movies to tragic musicals, Hathway has done it all, illustrating how meant for Hollywood she is. She recently won an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her role as Fantine in “Les Miserables.”
Stone might not be a major award winner – yet – but she can be seen in some popular movies, including “Superbad” and “Easy A.” She has also been nominated for several People’s Choice Awards for her role in the latest reboot of the “Spiderman” series. Oh yeah, she’s also a Covergirl.