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  1. Danny Trejo

    Danny Trejo's mug has marks of the boxing and drug addiction of his past. While handsome guys may sell tickets, it’s the second-place-in-a-knife-fight face that helps create unique characters, like his role as an enraged Mexican federale out for revenge in "Machete." (Charley Gallay / Getty Images for CineVegas) Back to slideshow navigation
  2. Steve Buscemi

    Steve Buscemi’s looks like he's been beaten down by the world. But it's those features — and his frequently sharp tongue -- that makes him a champion mouthy oddball in movies like "Resevoir Dogs," and "Armageddon." (Neilson Barnard / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  3. Edward James Olmos

    Edward James Olmos is never going to be a Oil of Olay model, but his scarred face is in demand. His roughness translates into stern yet also compassionate characters in “Stand and Deliver” and “Battlestar Galactica,” (Getty Images / Getty Images for NCLR) Back to slideshow navigation
  4. Sarah Jessica Parker

    So what if she’ll never make Maxim? In Carrie Bradshaw from "Sex in the City" mode, Sarah Jessica Parker believes in her own beauty so strongly that cameras, and a good chunk of the audience, believed it too. (Fotos International / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  5. Elisabeth Moss

    What makes Elizabeth Moss unique is her stealth. She can frump it up as Peggy Olson in "Mad Men" with make-up, bad hair and a disapproving frown, and let her real-world contemporary beauty shine in those aspirin commercials. (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  6. DJ Qualls

    DJ Qualls may be best-known for his work in the 2000 film "Road Trip," in which he played shy virgin Kyle Edwards. He also played a memorable recurring role in "My Name is Earl as Joy's brother-in-law, the father of the surrogate baby she carried for her sister. Qualls says a battle with cancer as a teen left him forever slender and frail, as the chemotherapy affected his body shape. (Gabriel Bouys / AFP/Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  7. John C. Reilly

    In “Cyrus,” Reilly’s character describes himself as a Shrek look-alike. But, his squashy, almost puffy features are pliable, giving him range to star in comedies like "Step Brothers" and heavy dramas like “The Hours." (Kevin Winter / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  8. Jorge Garcia

    “Lost” co-star Jorge Garcia's wild hair could be its own character. People of size remain underrepresented in pop culture, so having a big guy as vibrant as Garcia in prime time was an exciting thing. (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  9. Mickey Rourke

    It seems inconceivable to moviegoers who don’t remember the 1980s, but there was a time when Mickey Rourke was considered one of Hollywood’s sexiest leading men. But then he decided to start boxing. Then he got regrettably bad plastic surgery. And there you have it. But while his face ain’t what it used to be, Rourke has used his rode-hard-and-put-up wet features to good use in this new chapter of his film career. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  10. Christopher Walken

    Christopher Walken has a unique gift for making audiences feel uncomfortable, and his face plays a key role in his screen persona. His eyes always seem a little too open, as though he were pulling back their lids just so he can stare harder at people and make them nervous. Almost every one of Walken’s characters have that intense, bugged-out expression that lets you know that, sooner or later, this guy’s about to do something bizarre. (Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  11. Lyle Lovett

    Lyle Lovett is the definition of “long face”: rectangular skull, lined forehead, squinty eyes and a mountain of curls. While most of Lovett’s successes have taken place in the musical arena, director Robert Altman – who had a history of casting musicians in interesting ways – used the singer’s 90-degree-angle looks to great effect in “The Player” and "Short Cuts." (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  12. Ron Perlman

    The creators of the TV show “Beauty and the Beast” allowed Ron Perlman’s sewer-dwelling beast, Vincent, to retain his unusual looks and still be the romantic lead. Perlman’s another fine actor who, in old Hollywood, would have been stuck playing gangsters and thugs, but he’s been blessed with contemporary directors who let him be the most charming and charismatic Missing Link that Hollywood’s ever seen. No other actor could play, say, Hellboy with as few prosthetics as Perlman, but there are also very few who could make the character so lovable. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  13. Tilda Swinton

    Tilda Swinton's icy androgynous features were once popular strictly among arthouse audiences, but now Hollywood has gotten hip to her unusual brand of beauty. Swinton’s got the kind of ghost-like skin and Euro-royalty nose that makes you think of marble statues, but on film, she can be a lusty woman (“I Am Love”), an otherwordly man (“Constantine”), or both (Swinton convincingly plays both male and female in “Orlando”).

    Tell us who your favorite celebrity is that doesn't have the typical Hollywood look ? (Jemal Countess / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
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