10 Actors Stuck in Their Most Famous Role

Daisy Ridley: Forever Rey Skywalker

Daisy Ridley's portrayal of Rey in the Star Wars saga has cemented her as an iconic figure, ensuring that she will always be associated with the Jedi hero.

John Malkovich: The Malkovich Paradox

John Malkovich's self-referential role in "Being John Malkovich" has created a unique situation where he's forever tied to himself, blurring the lines between reality and fiction.

Christopher Reeve: The Eternal Superman

Christopher Reeve's embodiment of Superman made him synonymous with the iconic superhero, leaving an indelible mark on cinematic history.

Emma Watson: The Unforgettable Hermione

Emma Watson's portrayal of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series has defined her career, overshadowing other roles and highlighting her activism.

Robert Downey Jr: The Irreplaceable Iron Man

Robert Downey Jr.'s charismatic portrayal of Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become inseparable from his own persona, forever linking him to the armored Avenger.

Carrie Fisher: Princess Leia's Endless Legacy

Carrie Fisher's portrayal of Princess Leia in Star Wars endures as a timeless symbol of strength and resilience, ensuring her immortality in cinematic lore.

Ryan Reynolds: The Merc with a Mouth

Ryan Reynolds' dedication to bringing Deadpool to life has solidified his association with the wise-cracking antihero, despite his diverse range of roles.

Kelsey Grammer: Forever Frasier

Kelsey Grammer's portrayal of Frasier Crane in both "Cheers" and "Frasier" has etched him into television history, making him synonymous with the erudite psychiatrist.

Audrey Hepburn: The Eternal Holly Golightly

Audrey Hepburn's portrayal of Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" propelled her to iconic status, forever linking her with elegance and sophistication.

James Gandolfini: Tony Soprano's Enduring Legacy

James Gandolfini's portrayal of Tony Soprano in "The Sopranos" remains unparalleled, defining the character and leaving an indelible mark on television history.