Samuel L. Jackson was one of the most well known names in the nineties. He starred in Pulp Fiction, Die Hard: With a Vengeance, A Time to Kill, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Jackie Brown, and The Negotiator.
Gary Oldman has had a successful career from the eighties until today. Some of his roles in the nineties are the most memorable: Dracula, True Romance, Immortal Beloved, Leon: The Professional, and The Fifth element are just some of his work in the nineties.
Brad Pitt became a star in the nineties. His roles in: A River Runs Through It, Kalifornia, Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles, Legends of The Fall, and Se7en made Brad Pitt one of the most famous and successful actors of the last fifteen years.
Denzel Washington has been one of the top actors in Hollywood since the nineties. He starred in over a dozen movies in the nineties: Malcolm X, Philadelphia, Crimson Tide, Devil in a Blue Dress, Courage Under Fire, Fallen, He Got Game, and The Hurricane are only some of the successful movies he starred in.
Johnny Depp starred in a steady stream of interesting, offbeat movies in the nineties. Some of his better known roles include Edward Scissorhands, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Nick of Time, Donnie Brasco, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and The Ninth Gate.
Keanu Reeves became famous as a leading actor in the nineties with his role as Jack Traven in Speed. Before that, he also starred in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (and Bogus Journey), Point Break, and Dracula. Keanu Reeves closed out his successful work in the nineties with his biggest role to date of Neo, in The Matrix.
David Caruso became popular as a lead television actor for his role as Detective John Kelly in NYPD Blue. He also co-starred in King of New York, Mad Dog and Glory, and starred in Jade, and Kiss of Death.
Bill Pullman had plenty of work in the nineties including A League of Their Own, Sleepless in Seattle, Malice, The Last Seduction, Wyatt Earp, While You Were Sleeping, Independence Day, Lost Highway, and Zero Effect.
Ben Stiller fit well in leading as well as supporting roles in the nineties. His work in movies include Reality Bites, Flirting With Disaster, Zero Effect, There's Something About Mary, and Permanent Midnight. He was also the star of The Ben Stiller Show with Andy Dick and Jeneane Garofalo.
Michael Rapaport had a lot of movie roles and television appearences. He co-starred in Point of No Return, True Romance, Higher Learning, The Basketball Diaries, Kiss of Death, Beautiful Girls, Illtown, Metro, and Deep Blue Sea.
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These are the faces I remember seeing a lot of in the nineties. I'll probably add a few more after I have a chance to think of more. I've recently updated this list with pictures.