Characters in Tv series and movies are made and defined by the skill of an actor who played them. Characters can be played by innumerable people. However, some actors always stand out because of their ability to get into the character’s depth. People can not believe anyone else can do it better.
Reddit was discussing this. One person asks the Reddit community “Which actor played the role so hard that nobody will be able to beat that?” The question got so many amazing responses you should keep reading to discover.
When they cast Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) again. It will be evident how large a gap is.
Alan Rickman played Severus Snape, a professor in Harry Potter.
The character was so well played that it makes you hate him genuinely.
Rowan Atkinson aka Mr. Bean. Who doesn’t him? The man who puts so much brilliance in his character even with a silent comedy.
Robert John Downey jr. as Tony Stark. Yes, he was the man whose place no one else can take. End of discussion.
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool. He did such an excellent job that once I was reading a Deadpool comic book. Reynolds’s voice was narrating it in my head.
Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones. He wore his character so brilliantly that I don’t think anyone else can do it better.
Maggie Smith as Professor McGonagall. Professor McGonagall did steal the show as a professor at Hogwarts.
Robbin Williams as the genie. Robbin owned whatever character he played.
Peter Dinklage did an amazing job as Tyrian Lannister.
Christopher Lloyd in Back to the future lived every role he played.
Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn is the best translation from words to the character I have ever seen.
Imelds Staunton aka Dolores Umbridge. In the books she sucks but in the movies, Imelda converts into such a character one can hate with a burning passion.
Heath Ledger as a Joker. The way he brought despair and evil to the character made him next-level.
Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka The way he adds mischievousness to the character was like none other.
Bryan Cranston being Walter White. He started being sympathetic and ended up terrifying. No show was as crazy and relatable as Breaking Bad
Ron Pearlman as Hellboy. I didn’t see anyone like him. He played amazingly.
Christopher Lee as Lord Summerisle. However, he is amazing as any character.
Joaquin Pheonix aka Commodus. I never hated a character more than this one.
Phoenix did a wonderful job in making people hate him. He was a coward, creepy, and hateful.
Patrick Stewart aka Professor X. Decade before this movie, everyone knew this.
Danny Trejo aka Machete. He is an amazing actor overall.
Val Kilmer did an amazing job as Doc Holiday. It seems like he was born to play this role.
J.K Simmons as John Johna Jameson. He is an embodiment of comedy.
Ian Mcdiarmid as Emperor Palpatine. He was a creeper in such a way I can’t imagine anyone else playing like him.
Danny Devito’s Frank Reynolds was the most amazing piece of casting in this entire century.
Nick Offerman as Ron Swanson was iconic. I can imagine him playing any role with mind-blowing brilliance.
Jody Foster as Clarice Starling nailed courage, emotional vulnerability, and ambition of the character in a minute but profound ways. No one can be compared to her.