Special Report

44 Actors Who Are Always Typecast

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Adam Sandler
> Typecast as: The quick-witted sarcastic person
> Most notable examples: Big Daddy, Blended, That’s My Boy

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Alan Dale
> Typecast as: The tycoon
> Most notable examples: Dynasty, Ugly Betty, The O.C.

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Angelina Jolie
> Typecast as: Femme fatale
> Most notable examples: Lara Croft franchise, Salt, Wanted

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Benedict Cumberbatch
> Typecast as: Neurotic and privileged
> Most notable examples: Sherlock, Patrick Melrose

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Chris Pratt
> Typecast as: Childish and lovable
> Most notable examples: Parks and Recreation, Guardians of the Galaxy

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