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His work in the Halloween franchise alone is enough to put him on this list.

It's common knowledge that actors feel things we normal humans cannot.

These actors are veterans and legends in the film industry because of the ingenious ways they were able to spook the audience consistently throughout their career.

Their faces are well known because of what they did on the big screen, and if they are on this list, I’ve described the reason why. Donald Pleasance Pleasance was an actor who made a career with mostly supporting roles, and is arguably one of the all-time best at doing so.

He has turned down a two picture deal to return as James Bond, so we know he has free time.

He has the look and personality to pull it off if you can get past the fact he is 48.

The unquestioned devotion of these men to the art of projecting feeling into our hearts and guts comes through, not just in their roles, but in their entire lives. Jeremy Renner Age: 41 Must-See Performances: "The Bourne Supremacy" (2012); "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" (2011); "The Town" (2010); "The Hurt Locker" (2008) Intensity Factor: Renner was a late bloomer in Hollywood, catapulting on the scene in his mid-30s with his breathtaking performance in Kathryn Bigelow's explosive drama "The Hurt Locker." His Oscar-nominated turn showed off a particular gift for immersing himself in a character – whether it's a fearless officer, a gritty bank robber or a kickass secret agent. Tommy Lee Jones Age: 65 Must-See Performances: "No Country For Old Men" (2007); "The Fugitive" (1993); "JFK" (1991); "Coal Miner's Daughter" (1980) Intensity Factor: Some actors can be both breezy and serious (think Clooney or Hanks), but Jones is really best when he's somber, scowling and addressing some menace that only he can stop – or that only he will try to.

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He'd earn a spot on this list for Jules; but he's always a "bad [email protected]#$! Christopher Walken Age: 69 Must-See Performances: "True Romance" (1993); "The Dead Zone" (1983); "The Deer Hunter" (1978) Intensity Factor: Walken is more of a comic performer these days, but the iconic man with the piercing eyes and distinctive New York cadence can be one of the most intimidating actors when the role demands it.

There’s no denying that nurses have roles to play in a wide variety of films: they are expected to be supportive, caring, and understanding (which makes them good love interests in romantic movies), they are often near the front line of battle in war movies, and they have access to scary medical supplies like lethal drugs and scalpels in horror movies.

Many depictions, however, have been criticized as sexist.

Also I am going to do my best to find someone who resembles Blaze from the comics like in the picture below: This was a tough list to make, but in the end I think I put together some good talent, a few are going to be a bit too old, but until we see exactly what kind of Johnny Blaze Marvel wants it is hard to say what the age range for the actor will be.

With all that said here we go: Craig is way past his window to be able to play this role, but if Marvel did decide to make Johnny Blaze older like the Nicholas Cage adaptation then Craig is a good fit.