I know him from Resident Evil; and Dinotopia; and Keen Eddie; and Hex; and a couple eps of Doctor Who; and Punisher: War Zone; and Blood: The Last Vampire; and Arrow.
Best known to me as Larry from Newhart. I also know him from Blade Runner; and Bar Karma; and True Blood; and a bit of voice work. Oh, also I have long had this crazy theory that he's an immortal, and could probably explain the truth about the disappearance of the Roanoke Colony....
I know him from Saturday Night Live; and Happy Gilmore; and The Wedding Singer; and Punch Drunk Love; and The Waterboy; and Little Nicky; and Just Go With It; and Pixels. And he appeared as himself in an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. And he did voice work in Hotel Transylvania. Oh, and I have several of his CDs.
Best remembered for The Wonder Years; but there's also The Wizard; and The Princess Bride; and Working; and Austin Powers in Goldmember; and Crumbs; and an episode of Modern Family; and some voice work (including Noah in Generator Rex.
He played Howling Mad Murdock, my favorite character on The A-Team. I also really liked him as Barclay in several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Also there was a radio production of War of the Worlds. I've probably seen him in some guest roles that I don't remember, and he's done some voice work.
I know him from the Terminator movies; and Total Recall; True Lies; and Last Action Hero; and Jingle All the Way; and Batman & Robin; and Around the World in 80 Days; and a small role in The Expendables; and Maggie.
I know him best from Newhart; but there was also Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show; and Camp Nowhere; and The Ultimate Christmas Present; and a recurring role on Gotham; and a small role in an episode of Murphy Brown. And probably some other stuff I don't really remember.
I know him from Freaks & Geeks, and How I Met Your Mother, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and The Muppets, and he voiced Vector in Despicable Me.
I know him from Beetlejuice, and an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and a small role in Heathers. And he did voice work in The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Teen Titans, etc.
First and foremost, he is Kirk, from Star Trek. There's also a couple episodes of The Twilight Zone (including "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," which is one of the more memorable episodes of the entire series); and T.J. Hooker; and an episode of The Ray Bradbury Theater; and Boston Legal; and Invasion Iowa; and he played Juliet's dad in a couple episodes of Psych. Also voice work in an ep of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Oh, and of course he's done plenty of commercials (most notably for Priceline). And there's his (in)famous rendition of "Rocket Man," which is truly incredible. And I also enjoyed his rendition of "Common People." Anyway, no doubt I've seen him in other stuff, I dunno...
I know him from a couple eps of Firefly; and several eps of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica; and a few eps of Dollhouse; and a few eps of Warehouse 13; and a bunch of episodes of Supernatural; and a couple eps of Doctor Who.
I know him from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; and Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and a few eps of Brooklyn Bridge; an episode of Castle; an episode of Timeless; and the radio drama Invasion from Mars; and doubtless I've seen him in some other stuff. Also a bit of voice work.
I know him from SCTV; and Three Amigos; and Mars Attacks!; and Jungle 2 Jungle; the miniseries Merlin; the 1999 TV movie Alice in Wonderland; and Munford; and Get Over It; and Maya & Marty; and an ep of Modern Family; and Hairspray Live; and various voice work, and probably some other stuff I don't remember...
Siddig, Alexander (aka Siddig El Fadil)
I know him from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; and The Nativity Story; and Doomsday; and Gotham. And he voiced Isaac Newton in an episode of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. And I feel like I must have seen him in other stuff, but I can't think what (and if I did see him in anything else, it's not listed on IMDb, apparently). So maybe I'm wrong.
I mainly think of him as the guy from the Farmers commercials, but I also know him for the Spider-Man movies, The Cider House Rules, Juno, New in Town, a small role in Post Grad, Jennifer's Body, What Lives Inside, and some voice work. And I'm sure I've seen him in things from which I don't remember him.
He was pretty cool in Heathers, and Pump Up the Volume, and Breaking In. Decent in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and The Wizard, and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Okay in Interview with the Vampire. And he voiced Pips in FernGully: The Last Rainforest. And I'm sure I've seen him in some other things that I don't remember as well. Um... and of course he's famous for talking like Jack Nicholson. (My alter ego Captain Grey would probably tell you he's literally a clone of Nicholson.) But that's a good thing.
I mainly know him from That '70s Show; but the first thing I clearly remember him from is Big Wave Dave's. There's also Oscar; and season 2 of Agent Carter; and voice work on The Zeta Project; etc. And I've undoubtedly seen him in various other things that I've forgotten.
I mainly know him from Doctor Who. There's also Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
I know him from a series of AT&T commercials; and Other Space; and Safety Not Guaranteed; and Ghostbusters; and Betas.
The main things, of course, are Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Andromeda. But also a number of guest roles on various shows, including Dharma & Greg, The O.C., and The Middleman. Maybe some other stuff, I dunno...
I mainly know him as Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation, of course. But there's some other stuff, like Independence Day, and Threshold, and a few eps of Enterprise, and a bit of Warehouse 13. And the radio remake of War of the Worlds. Probably a few other little guest roles or whatever.
I've probably seen at least one Rocky movie at some point, but I don't remember them at all, really. I should try to see them all (again) someday. Same goes for the Rambo movies. And there may well be some other movies I've seen him in that I don't remember. But I definitely know him from Oscar; and The Expendables; and voice work in Ratchet & Clank.
I know him from Full House; and a few eps of Glee; and a couple eps of Galavant; maybe a couple eps of Grandfathered; and season 2 of Scream Queens.
I know him from Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and The Mask, and Win Ben Stein's Money, and a small role in My Girl 2. Also he's done some voice work, including a small role in Wakko's Wish. And he was in a bunch of Clear Eyes commercials. Probably some other stuff I don't really remember.
I know him from 3rd Rock From the Sun; and Clockstoppers; and an episode of Pushing Daisies; and an episode of Psych; and a TV movie called Murder at the Cannes Film Festival; and an episode of Trial & Error; and some voice work.
I know him from It's a Wonderful Life; and Rear Window; and Vertigo; and voice work in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. And of course there are various other things I want to see.
Of course I mainly know him as Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. And there are the X-Men movies; and The Canterville Ghost; and Mysterious Island; and A Christmas Carol; and I vaguely recall him in I, Claudius; and I remember him hosting Saturday Night Live one time; and there's Richard II; and Green Room. And some voice work.
I know him from Mystery Men; and a cameo in the P. Diddy video "Bad Boy For Life"; and Reality Bites; and There's Something About Mary; and probably some other stuff.
I know him from Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and Gilmore Girls; and Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th; and a very small role in Pleasantville; and Sydney White. He's also a screenwriter on various things, as well as co-creator of Empire.
I mainly know him from Poirot; but there's also Harry and the Hendersons; and Richard II; and an episode of Doctor Who; and possibly other things.
I think the first thing I saw him in was Boy Meets World. There's also Mallrats and Chasing Amy and The Butterfly Effect. And I must've seen him in some other things that I don't remember seeing him in.
I know him from Dirty Dancing; and Ghost; and Donnie Darko; and probably some things I've forgotten. (I think I saw Road House once, but I don't remember anything about it, and have no plans to ever rewatch it.)