Star Power 'Step Brothers' Will Ferrell has been nominated for an Emmy, two Golden Globes and a Razzie Award (he won the Razzie). His movies have grossed over a billion dollars domestically and hes one of the founders of the Funny or Die comedy website. John C. Reilly walks the line between drama and comedy. Hes been nominated for an Oscar and two Golden Globes. 'The X-Files: I Want to Believe' David Duchovny has won two Golden Globes for The X-Files and his latest series, Californication. Hes also been nominated for four Emmys. His big screen career is not as successful, with his starring roles in Playing God and Evolution not faring well at the box office. Gillian Anderson won an Emmy and a Golden Globe award for her work on The X-Files. She has since appeared in the PBS production of Bleak House and is the latest host of Masterpiece Theatre. Winner: Duchovny and Anderson get a bonus for appearing in their signature roles as Mulder and Scully, but Ferrell outdistances all of them in sheer star power, box office clout and at 6-foot-3 physical height.
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