Robert Redford
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Eastwood was nominated for Oscars for his acting in Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby and won Best Director for both.
Current Score:
564
Total Votes:
684
2
The former Richie Cunningham has had great success behind the camera. See A Beautiful Mind and Frost/Nixon for proof.
Current Score:
272
Total Votes:
530
3
The famed actor directed 1980's Oscar-winning Ordinary People, but his work has been a mixed bag since then.
Current Score:
106
Total Votes:
472
4
Having worked steadily as an actor since the fifties, Reiner also directed greats like This Is Spinal Tap and Misery.
Current Score:
89
Total Votes:
427
5
The comedian earned an enduring reputation for his participation in films like The Great Dictator, Modern Times, and The Gold Rush.
Current Score:
88
Total Votes:
494
6
Both Gone Baby Gone and The Town have been rapturously received by critics; Affleck's acting career -- not so much.
Current Score:
84
Total Votes:
522
7
After bombing in The Godfather: Part III, Coppola went on to be the first American woman to nab a directing Oscar nom, for Lost in Translation.
Current Score:
83
Total Votes:
473
8
Throughout his life, Pollack starred in both his own movies and those directed by others, like Tootsie and Eyes Wide Shut.
Current Score:
74
Total Votes:
406
9
Not content to be matinee-idol handsome, Clooney went behind the camera for Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.
Current Score:
38
Total Votes:
490
10
With four well-received features under his belt -- including Into The Wild and The Pledge -- Penn has never stopped acting.
Current Score:
21
Total Votes:
483