Geri-As-Bob-Hoskins: Girl power! Equalization between the sexes!
The Nostalgia Chick: What are you even talking ab... was that Bob Hoskins?
"I think most actors want to try to do all different genres at least once. Plus, there are a lot of actors, and I'd like to think of myself as one of those actors who the audience likes to see in different things. They may not even know your name, but if you see him in a film, you say, 'Hey! There's what's-his-name!' That's now a legitimate film because that face is in it."
— Tracey Walter
"Waterloo Road, very much like Casualty and The Bill has loads of people starring that you’ve seen somewhere else."
"Fun Fact: James Hong makes everything 1,000% better. Also, you have seen him in 1,000% more things than you realized."
"Michelle Forbes has had major roles in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Battlestar Galactica, True Blood, Orphan Black… she’s basically in everything. 24, True Detective, LOST, Homicide, the unaired Global Frequency pilot. One day she and Supernatural actor Mark Sheppard are going to have to fight to the death over who has been in more of everything, and one of them will take the other’s power. (Ironically neither Forbes nor Sheppard has been in anything Highlander-related.)"
"He's played by that British guy, who always seems to be in everything but you've never bothered to take the time to figure out what his name is. And if you're really ballsy enough to actually say what his real name is in the comments below, fuck you, the rest of the world knows him as 'The British man we can't remember' "
— Nostalgia Critic, talking about Jim Broadbent
Commenter #2: He also saved hundreds of Jews from a genocidal regime. Oh, and he became a cool retired scientist with a water purifier...