Never let anyone tell you acting isn't hard work. While it may not be a regular 9-5 gig, actors can find themselves away on location shooting a film for months at a time, separated from family and friends, all while also having to promote the films they made months prior all while on a break from whatever job they're currently on. Given how long it can take to shoot a film, it's actually pretty amazing in-demand actors can work more than a couple projects a year. Despite all that, an actor's primary goal in life is to be a working actor, so it's no surprise that some of your favorite performers go for the gusto, so to speak, because who knows when an A-lister can slide to B or C level just because they found themselves out of the public eye and out of theaters. In 2016, 20 performers kept themselves busier than most, all logging at least four films in a year. Of course some of these performances could've been filmed years in advance, but of the following, these are the hardest working actors in the business, and for the first time in a number of years, Samuel L. Jackson did not make the list. Without further ado, enjoy our countdown of the 20 actors who put in the most work in 2016. The actor who comes in at number one might just surprise you.
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