Slide 1 of 11
Roger ”Verbal” Kint, The Usual Suspects
It was the fake-out that made Kevin Spacey a Big Deal (and an Oscar-winning actor). True to his name, Verbal is a master at storytelling, spinning the engrossing yarn about the scary criminal overlord Keyser Söze. Of course, he’s lying (and, in fact, is Söze). But in a feat of meta-Method ridiculousness (he seems so sincere, so ineffectual) Spacey’s lies sound almost better than the truth. This swift-talking role would suit Spacey, who followed Suspects up in a number of roles, including 2013’s Netflix breakout House of Cards. —Adam Carlson
Image Credit: Gramercy Pictures
January 27 2015 — 4:05 PM EST
- 'Star Wars' fans take Anaheim: Celebration photos
- 'Orphan Black': So, you wanna date a clone?
- 'Star Wars': 15 behind-the-scenes 'Force Awakens' pics
- Dirty words on TV? 17 faves whose spew is par for the coarse
- TV Style: 3 costume pros on their '70s-'80s-'90s inspirations
- Kellie Pickler, Julia Roberts, Taylor Swift & More!