Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs
The "That '70s Show" star played the Apple founder in 2013's "Jobs."
Meryl Streep as Julia Child
The three-time Academy Award-winning actress played the famous TV chef in 2009's "Julia & Julia."
Tom Hanks as Walt Disney
The former "Bosom Buddies" star portrayed the Mickey Mouse creator in 2013's "Saving Mr. Banks."
Amanda Seyfried as Linda Lovelace
Seyfried took on the controversial role in 2013's "Lovelace" playing the woman who will forever be known for "Deep Throat."
James Franco as James Dean
In one of his first major roles, Franco looked almost identical to the iconic "Giant" star in the 2001 TV movie "James Dean."
Naomi Watts as Princess Diana
The 2013 film "Diana" may have been a flop, but Naomi Watts at least had the princess' look down.
Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes
Leo received high praise for his portrayal of the legendary recluse in 2004's "The Aviator," but it was not enough for him to win that year's Oscar.
Gary Busey as Buddy Holly
Before he became known as an out-of-control reality TV star, Busey was once a respected actor. He even received an Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of the tragic singer in 1978's "The Buddy Holly Story."
Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison
In Oliver Stone's "homage" to the '60s, Kilmer channeled the spirit of the late rock star in 1991's "The Doors."
Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe
The former "Dawson's Creek" star tapped into her seductive side in 2011's "My Week with Marilyn."
Jim Carrey as Andy Kaufman
The rubber-faced comic got serious in "Man on the Moon," the 1999 Milos Forman biopic about one of the strangest comedic minds of the 20th century.
Audrey Tautou as Coco Chanel
The French actress beautifully captured the fashion icon's essence in 2009's "Coco Before Chanel."
Robert Downey Jr. as Charlie Chaplin
Before he was making noise as "The Iron Man," the multi-talented Downey played the silent film star in 1992's "Chaplin."
Emma Thompson as P.L. Travers
Also from 2013's "Saving Mr. Banks," Thompson added a bit of glamour to the Mary Poppins writer.
Anthony Hopkins as Richard Nixon
Sir Hopkins took on the disgraced president in 1995's "Nixon."
Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash
The Man in Black got the Hollywood treatment in 2005's "Walk the Line."
Will Smith as Muhammad Ali
'The Greatest' got a pretty good film made about him in the 2001 Will Smith bio-pic "Ali."
Ben Kingsley as Gandhi
Richard Attenborough directed Kinglsey in the 1982 film "Gandhi," which went on to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln
Daniel Day-Lewis gave a mind-blowing and Oscar winning performance as the former president in the 2012 Steven Spielberg film, "Lincoln."
Sissy Spacek as Loretta Lynn
For her role as the famous country singer in 1980's "Coal Miner's Daughter," Sissy Spacek earned the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Truman Capote
The late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman somehow managed to convincingly transform himself into the famous writer in 2005's "Capote," despite the fact that he was practically the man's physical opposite.
George C. Scott as General S. Patton
In the 1970 award-winning biographical film "Patton," George C. Scott helped transform the World War II general into an American folk hero.
Denzel Washington as Malcolm X
Denzel Washington was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of the African-American activist in Spike Lee's 1992's "Malcolm X."
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