Stephen Graham

Highly praised for playing roles that successfully captured the emotional complexities of men who broke all rules and invoked fear into the hearts of those who crossed them, Stephen Graham was inarguably one of the baddest of the bad boys in both Hollywood and his native England. The British actor first came to prominence when he was cast as Tommy, the dim-witted, wannabe thug in Guy Ritchie's off-beat crime film, "Snatch" (2000), The talented actor also impressed critics with his hard-hitting performance in the Martin Scorsese-helmed film, "Gangs of New York" (2002) about the Irish immigrants who went to New York City in the mid-19th century and the gang wars that erupted between them and the American patriots. Graham's authentic tough-guy persona also landed him a career-defining role in the epic gangster film "Public Enemies" (2009), alongside Johnny Depp as the enigmatic bank robber John Dillinger. Graham's unhinged portrayal of the sociopathic Chicago mobster Baby Face Nelson in this unlikely summer hit earned him worldwide acclaim and launched the multi-dimensional actor as a bona fide movie star.