Chris Diamantopoulos

A versatile performer with credits in films as well as on television and the Broadway stage, Chris Diamantopolous displayed an impressive talent for adopting the vocal patterns and mannerisms of characters diametrically opposed to his appearance. He was particularly adept at crafting finely tuned takes on real-life figures, from Robin Williams to comedy legend Moe Howard of the Three Stooges, whom he went on to portray in the Farrelly Brothers' updated 2012 take on the trio's misadventures. Between such performances, he proved capable of handling both high drama on "24" (Fox, 2001-2010) and comedy on "Up All Night" (NBC, 2011-12). Diamantopolous' turn in "The Three Stooges" provided him with not only his first bona fide hit feature, but also a genuine and long-overdue brush with stardom.