Actor/Actress with the Most Impeccable "Nerd" Credentials (1 Viewer)

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Mark Hamill

He is THE JOKER after all

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If it's sci-fi genre as being "nerd", I'd submit Sigourney Weaver. Alien movies, Ghostbusters 1 and 2, Galaxy Quest, Avatar. Maybe there's more, those just come to mind.

Wasn’t she in Paul, too? Do we count that?

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Don’t forget about Andy Serkis...
 

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Simon Pegg has had a pretty good run. The Edgar Wright movies, 3 STar Trek movies, SW TFA, Paul, Star Wars voice work (games), Cloverfield Paradox (voice), and I'm sure more.
 

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Peter Dinklage:

Game of Thrones
Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Avengers: Infinity War
Pixel
s (yeah, I know :D )

... meh, not as much as I was expecting.
 

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Just occurred to me, without looking at his IMDB, Lance Hennrikson probably has everybody beat.
 

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I didn't think of Warwick Davis. Holy crap, he might just win the thing.

Out of curiosity, I went to the IMDB, and yeah, I don't think anyone listed here (or even non-listed) can beat his sci-fi/fantasy resume.
 

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He loses the quantity and variety battles but you can argue that William Shatner as Captain Kirk rules them all

Also a sci fi author (Tek war series, which I’ve never read, more than a few trek books)
 

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Don’t forget about Andy Serkis...
hunh...???
that's a good and complicated question
like most things i guess it would be important to define terms/boundaries

but if people are including voice work then i guess you have to include mocap work also
 

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hunh...???
that's a good and complicated question
like most things i guess it would be important to define terms/boundaries

but if people are including voice work then i guess you have to include mocap work also

I admittedly guessed at it. I’m not a nerd.

Anymore. :hihi:
 

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He loses the quantity and variety battles but you can argue that William Shatner as Captain Kirk rules them all

Also a sci fi author (Tek war series, which I’ve never read, more than a few trek books)

There was a TeKWar TV series in the 90's (and a movie too, IIRC). When I first heard of it, I thought is was going to be a Star Wars rip-off, but it turned out to be a futuristic drug cartel war, as Tek is a futuristic drug.
 

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