Talented new (and not so new) actors not really well known

But at least not all of them are well known and they deserve better roles in better movies (and not playing the same stereotypes of always, they're really awesome in their performances).
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Charles Baker
Born February 27, 1971 in Washington, DC and raised in Hawaii, Charles has lived a life most people write books about. The son of an army colonel, whose father was written up in the Los Angeles Times in 1994 by Robin Wright, Charles traveled the world by the time he was 17. He's lived in England, Israel...
“ Deep characters even in very small roles. He deserve to be in better movies that make possible to him to put all of his layers of emotions. ” - KarlSwan
 
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“ If you see his acting in Law and Order SVU, you would know what I'm talking about, he goes skin deep in the characters ” - KarlSwan
 
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“ Despite the facts of all his tattoos and the italian/latin stereotype did you know he is fan of Burt Lancaster, James Cagney, Edward G. Robinson? His register of emotions is very wide and I think he deserve to be in better roles. ” - KarlSwan
 
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Steve Le Marquand
Steve was born in Perth in 1967. His family soon moved to Sydney where he completed his schooling. After two years working his way around Australia on a motorbike he studied acting at Penrith (Theatre Nepean) in Sydney's outer west. His first job was a TV commercial for Arnott's Ruffles which was banned a day after its release for sacrilege...
 
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Rick Gonzalez
Rick Gonzalez was born on June 30th 1979 in New York City and raised in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. He attended the "Fame" High School of performing arts where he studied Acting. Graduating in 1997 to pursue a career, Rick briefly worked in New York and later moved to Los Angeles to continue work...
“ Besides I think he's a very good actor, I think he looks alike this kid in The warriors: Rembrandt played by Marcelino Sanchez. ” - KarlSwan
 
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Michael Wincott
Actor, The Crow
Over more than thirty years, Michael Wincott has gained the reputation of a respected and uncompromising actor. Born in Scarborough, Ontario, he eventually moved to New York City where he graduated from Juilliard in 1986 and began a relationship with Joseph Papp's Public Theatre beginning with his creation of the role of Kent in Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio...
 
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Ryan Donowho
Ryan is famous in the streets and subways of Manhattan as a bucket/drum player. His nickname is Focus.
 
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Elias Koteas
Elias Koteas was born on March 11, 1961, in Montreal, Canada. Both his parents are of Greek descent. Elias attended Vanier College in Montreal before leaving to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City in 1981, of which he is a graduate. He also attended the Actors Studio in New York City...
 
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Benn Northover
Benn Northover grew up in Suffolk, on the east coast of England. His early screen appearances included TV dramas Ultimate Force and Silent Witness. In 2009 he was cast as the lead in hit TV drama, Hostage to Terror, for which he received The Times Critics Choice. His breakthrough on the big screen came in 2010 when he played the lead role in the gritty drama House of boys...
 
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Seth Gabel
Actor, Salem
“ Cause he elevates the level of cockiness beyond of the standards and go really far with his interpretations. ” - KarlSwan
 
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“ If you see his acting at Animal Kingdom you'll know he's talented, at first the movie seems to be calm but with something boiling underground, this movie is not just great for the script (of course for that too) but for the cast selection and the performance of James. ” - KarlSwan
 
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“ He's not new at all, but he diserved better opportunities in films, now he's working on stage. http://www.richardganoung.com/ ” - KarlSwan
 
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“ And you ask to yourself why there's no photos of this actor, of course he was in backing roles but he was good at it, even in those small roles, he was good. ” - KarlSwan
 
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“ How's that an actor like him didn't got the attention he deserved? I would have preferred him in films that an awful lot of uptight and unrreal actors of their era. ” - KarlSwan
 
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Dane DeHaan
Actor, Chronicle
Dane DeHaan has made a formidable impression on film and television audiences and is one of the industry's most sought after actors of his generation. Dane is shooting Gore Verbinski's A Cure for Wellness and will soon begin production starring in Luc Besson's Valerian. DeHaan has recently finished shooting the indie...
 
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Evgeniy Mironov
Actor, Idiot
An accomplished stage actor who, fresh from the theater academy, joined the chosen few of Oleg Tabakov's respected studio theater in 1990, Yevgeny Mironov first appeared on the silver screen in Alexander Kaidanovsky's 1988 film "The Kerosene Salesman's Wife." He went on to pay Prince Myshkin in the popular television series based on Dostoyevksy's "The Idiot." One of the leading Russian stars...
 
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George E. Stone
A minor prototype of the "Runyon-esque" character for more than three decades, Polish-born actor George E. Stone (né George Stein) was in actuality a close friend of writer Damon Runyon and would play a host of colorful "dees, dem and dos" cronies throughout the 1920s, '30s, and '40s. With great names such as Johnnie the Shiek...
 
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Anthony Heald
Anthony Heald was born Philip Anthony Mair Heald on August 25, 1944, in New Rochelle, New York. He graduated from Massapequa High School on Long Island, New York, in 1962, and from Michigan State University in 1971. He currently resides in Ashland, Oregon, where he was a member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival acting company for the 1997, '98 and '99 seasons...