You’ve seen John Hawkes before, believe us. He’s been everywhere in movies for a long time—in over 60 since 1985, to be exact. He’s certainly what you would qualify as a supporting “character” actor. He’s an actor who’s received a lot of awards recognition for his roles in movies like Winter’s Bone, Martha Marcy May Marlene and The Sessions (save for an Independent Spirit Award, he was robbed of the win). However, his name is still not spoken on the lips of critics, casting agents or moviegoers as the legitimate and consistently great actor that he is. His leading role in Life of Crime was utterly forgotten in 2014, which is a shame because he, like all of the actors on this list, can carry a movie and carry it well.