7. Frances O'Connor: Bedazzled
In the 2000s romcom, Bedazzled, Brendan Fraser stars as a shy man who tries to catch the eye of the girl he loves, but when the Devil sees how sad he is, she manipulates him to exchange his soul for seven wishes. Frances O'Connor plays Allison, the woman of his affections. On his journey to wooing the girl of his dreams, he learns a lot about himself and ends up dating a different girl named Nicole. The new girl of his dreams looks exactly like Allion because they are both played by O'Connor. It seems like this man has a type when it comes to women.
8. Ben Stiller: Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb
In the Night at the Museum franchise, Ben Stiller uses his particular brand of comedy to liven up this wacky movie. In the movie, Stiller plays the night watchman, Larry Daley, whose job it is to guard the museum at night after it has closed. The problem for Stiller's character is that everything in the museum comes to life at night, so he has to make sure none of the exhibits get away, or they will be turned to dust at sunrise. From soldiers to cowboys and neanderthals, he has to wrangle them all. One of the neanderthals is named Laaa, who also happens to be played by Stiller. In one scene, Laaa and Daley get into an argument, which must have been difficult to film.
9. Arsenio Hall: Coming To America
Coming to America wouldn't have been the same without the talents of Arsenio Hall. Like Eddie Murphy, Hall can transform himself into a multitude of personas in the most hysterical way. His main role in the film was as Semmi, the prince's right-hand man, friend, and servant. Hall also had other small roles of character in the barbershop. It must have been hard to keep a straight face on set when it was just Hall and Murphy going back and forth as different characters. They are comedic dynamite in this classic film.
10. Armie Hammer: The Social Network
In 2010, everyone and their mother were joining the popular social media network, Facebook, so people were interested in how this idea came to fruition. The Social Network followed the journey of how Mark Zuckerberg invented the popular social media site, and that story would not be complete without the Winkelvoss twins. In this critically acclaimed movie, Armie Hammer plays both Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the identical twins who sued Zuckerberg for stealing their ConnectU idea to create Facebook. For those who didn't know Armie Hammer, they assumed it was actual twins playing these roles instead of one actor.
11. Michael Palin: Monty Python And The Holy Grail
In Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Michael Palin manages to play a plethora of different characters, even some who had the most insignificant role. H played peasants, leaders, monsters, and knights. Out of all the other Pythons, Palin played the most characters, having 12 parts. By having people play multiple characters in this movie, it allowed for improv to change the direction of a scene, which made it even more comedic than directors had initially planned.