Haley, Jackie Earle
I know him from Watchmen; and Human Target; and Little Children; and Dark Shadows; and Shutter Island; and Preacher; and The Tick (Amazon series).
I know him from Roswell; and Get Over It; and The Good Guys; and an episode of Ghost Ghirls; and What Lives Inside; and a minor role in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
I know him from few eps of Family Ties; and Splash; and Bachelor Party; and The Money Pit; and Big; and Punchline (which I don't remember well); Turner & Hooch; and Joe Versus the Volcano (which I don't remember well); and The Bonfire of the Vanities; and The 'burbs; and A League of Their Own; and Sleepless in Seattle; and Forrest Gump; and Saving Private Ryan; and CastAway; and The Terminal; and Saving Mr. Banks; and voice work in the Toy Story movies. Also there's the Carly Rae Jepsen video I Really Like You.
I know him from Four Weddings and a Funeral; and Sliding Doors; and The Mummy franchise; and Agents of SHIELD.
I know him best from Cheers. Then there was Indecent Proposal, and A Prairie Home Companion, and A Scanner Darkly, and Bunraku, and The Hunger Games, and Zombieland.
I know him from Saturday Night Live; and NewsRadio; and Pee-wee's Playhouse; and Jingle All the Way; and a very small role in Three Amigos; and a minor role in So I Married an Axe Murderer; and I probably saw him in various other things I don't remember so well. Also he did various voice work.
Mainly I know him for Before Sunrise and its sequels. But there's also Dead Poets Society; and Explorers; and Gattaca; and Mystery Date; and Reality Bites.
I know him from Now & Again; and a ton of Allstate commercials; and a couple eps of Brooklyn Nine-Nine; and Reverie; and probably various voice work.
Head, Anthony Stewart
I think I first saw him in a series of Taster's Choice commercials, but I know him best from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. There was also an episode of Doctor Who; and a few eps of Warehouse 13; a brief appearance in Scoop; and Still Star-Crossed.
I know him from a recurring role on Cheers; and Dick; and The Usual Suspects; and Pizza My Heart; and The Book of Daniel; and an episode of Monk; and The Addams Family; and Alien Resurrection; and probably things I've forgotten.
I know him from Aliens; and Millennium; and The Quick and the Dead; and The X-Files; and probably some things I don't remember. Also some voice work, including Kerchak in Tarzan; and Amon's lieutenant on The Legend of Korra.
The first thing I think I saw him in was The North Avenue Irregulars. And of course there was The Lost Boys, and Overboard, and The Cat's Meow, and Annie, though I know him best from Gilmore Girls. Also I saw him in an episode of Black Box (though I only watched a couple eps of that).
I know him from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; and Finding Neverland; and Arthur and the Invisibles; and The Spiderwick Chronices; and Bates Motel; plus voice work in The Golden Compass; and Astro Boy.
I know him from The Odyssey, and the reimagined series V. I've probably seen him in some other stuff I don't remember. But he's also done some voice work.
I know him best from Taxi, but there's also Dear John; and Independence Day; and the pilot episode of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; and an episode of Warehouse 13; and an ep of The Big Bang Theory; and A Beautiful Mind.
Dude's been in about a million things, most of them before my time. And probably I've seen him in a bunch of guest roles so long ago that I couldn't possibly remember (and even some more recent stuff I don't remember). The first thing I do remember him from at all is one episode of Seinfeld, I guess. There were also a few eps of The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.; and a minor (but important) role in Shanghai Kiss; and Blade Runner; and a minor role in Chinatown; and a major role in Big Trouble in Little China; and R.I.P.D.. Also some voice work.
I know him from Freejack; and Bram Stoker's Dracula; and Thor; and Beowulf; and The Silence of the Lambs (though I didn't see that until 21 years after it came out); and he narrated The Grinch.
I suppose I know him best from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. But he also played Smee in two unrelated things inspired by Peter Pan: Hook and Neverland. And there were Mermaids; and Super Mario Bros.; and Vanity Fair; and Hollywoodland; and Doomsday; and Snow White and the Huntsman; and Son of the Mask.
I know him from Vanity Fair; and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; and Anonymous; and Neverland; and The Amazing Spider-Man; and a recurring role on Elementary.
I mainly know him as the voice of Scar from The Lion King. There's also The Time Machine; and Henry IV; and Beautiful Creatures. And I've most likely seen some other stuff, I just can't recall...
I mostly know him for his voice work, including Zhao on Avatar: The Last Airbender. But I'm sure I've seen some of his live-action work as well. There are some Harry Potter movies; and Capital City (a show I enjoyed years ago but wouldn't remember any of the actors from it now); and there was Peter Pan. And I've probably seen him in some other things that I don't remember...
I know him from Heroes; and School Ties; and The Event (though I quit watching that pretty early on); and season two of Revolution; and True Blood. And I must have seen him in some things that I don't remember.
I know him best from the X-Men movies. Also there's Scoop; and Van Helsing; and Pan; and he voiced the Easter Bunny in Rise of the Guardians. And surely I've seen him in some things that I don't remember.
Mainly know him as the title character from Cadfael, which was pretty good. Also I, Claudius; and an episode of Doctor Who; and a small role in Anonymous; and Cinderella. And he voiced Nicodemus in The Secret of NIMH.
I know him from Community; and a couple eps of Sullivan & Son; and The DUFF; and a couple eps of Glee; and a couple eps of Fresh off the Boat; and an ep of Magnum P.I.; and voicing Dr. Yap on Bob's Burgers.
Johnson, Dwayne (aka "The Rock")
I know him from The Mummy Returns; and The Scorpion King; and Southland Tales; and Get Smart; and Race to Witch Mountain; and a milk commercial; and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. And he voiced Maui in Moana.
He played the moon man in McDonalds's "Mac Tonight" commercials; I also know him from Hocus Pocus; and the "Hush" episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and the Hellboy movies; and Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer; and Pan's Labyrinth; and The Candy Shop; and Dragon Age: Redemption; and surely various other things. Although he's pretty much always in heavy makeup, so I would never actually recognize him.
Jones, James Earl
I know him best as the voice of Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies, of course. There's also Coming to America, and Field of Dreams, and "Mathnet" (on Square One TV), and Sommersby, and The Sandlot (and its sequel), and a series of Sprint commercials, and he voiced Mufasa in The Lion King. And I've probably seen or heard him in some other things.
I know him from Howard the Duck; and Beetlejuice; and The People Next Door (a short-lived series that I barely remember); and Transylvania 6-5000; and Ferris Bueller's Day Off; and Sleepy Hollow.
I know him from Ever After; and Finding Neverland; and an episode of Doctor Who; and Captain America: The First Avenger; and Wayward Pines; and an episode of Sherlock; and surely some things I've forgotten. He also voiced Dobby in a couple of Harry Potter movies.
Jones, Tommy Lee
Um, there was Batman Forever, but I don't really care for what that movie did with Two-Face. He's great in the Men in Black movies, though. And there was Volcano, though I don't remember that movie well. There was a relatively minor role in A Prairie Home Companion. And he was good in Captain America: The First Avenger. And I must've seen him in some other stuff, I think. And surely he's done a bunch of stuff I'd like to see someday.
I know him from The Cape, and a couple eps of Elementary, and a few eps of Arrow, and Galavant. And I've seen him in some other things I don't currently remember him from.
Let's see, I guess there was Reasonable Doubts, which I don't remember well; and Hearts Afire; and several episodes of Boston Legal; and a couple episodes of Desperate Housewives; and I know I've seen him in countless other things that don't come to mind.
I know him from Battlestar Galactica; and Smallville; and The 100; and a very small role in an episode of The X-Files (season 10). Also some voice work.
I know him from Beetlejuice; and the first two Batman movies; and Mr. Mom (though I don't remember that well at all); and The Dream Team; and Post Grad; and Jackie Brown; and Herbie: Fully Loaded; and Spider-Man: Homecoming; and Birdman. And he voiced Ken in Toy Story 3.
I know him from Real Genius; and Top Secret!; and Willow;
and The Doors; and Top Gun; and Batman Forever; and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang; and a two part episode of Ghost Ghirls; and a small but cool role in the series finale of Psych; and he voiced Moses in The Prince of Egypt.
Kim, Daniel Dae
There was Crusade, and Angel, and the reimagined Hawaii Five-0, and I guess a slight recurring role on Enterprise. But the best role I've seen him in so far is on Lost. Also he voiced Hiroshi Sat on The Legend of Korra.
I think the first thing I saw him in was Carol & Company, but I remember him best from Mad About You. There's also Spin City, Gotham, an episode of Elementary, voice work in Kim Possible and Inside Out, and probably some other stuff.
I know him from A Fish Called Wanda; and A Midsummer Night's Dream; and Wild Wild West; and As You Like It; and Definitely, Maybe; and A Prairie Home Companion; and some voice work.
I know him from Dirty Dancing; and Seinfeld; and 3rd Rock From the Sun; and Jurassic Park; and Punisher: War Zone; and a couple eps of Torchwood: Miracle Day; and Hail, Caesar!; plus voice work.
I know him from China Beach; and a couple eps of Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and Kindred: The Embraced; and Tank Girl; and a couple eps of New Girl; and an ep of Timeless.
Mainly know him from Hard Time on Planet Earth, which I liked quite a bit. But also there was The Karate Kid, and possibly other stuff, I dunno.
I know him from Carol & Company; and Cybill; and Sports Night; and Parenthood; and The Lost Room; and a small role in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.