18. Clancy Brown
Clancy Brown’s turn as The Kurgan in Highlander is unforgettable; equally so, his performance in The Shawshank Redemption. Since the ’90s, however, Brown’s face has vanished from the big screen. That may be in part down to the fact that he’s now one of the most prolific voice actors in the game. Indeed, he has featured prominently in many animated shows – most notably SpongeBob SquarePants, in which he plays Mr. Krabs.
17. Danny Glover
At some point after Lethal Weapon 4, Danny Glover really did decide he was too old for this… and, well, you know the rest. Glover still takes the occasional role, but not on the same scale that he did in the ’80s and ’90s. More recently, in fact, it seems as if his main concern has been political and civil rights activism.
16. Val Kilmer
For most people, if you say the name “Val Kilmer,” they hear “Iceman.” Indeed, Kilmer became a big-screen megastar after Top Gun, even going on to play Batman in the rather unfortunate Batman Forever. In recent years, however, Kilmer has stuck to smaller roles and smaller productions as well as continuing to appear on stage.