Johnny Depp's 10 Greatest Roles

9: Finding Neverland (2004)

In an Oscar-nominated performance, Depp brings just the right amount of charm and poise to the serious role depicting the life of J.M. Barrie, the writer behind the much-loved children's classic Peter Pan. As the misguided playwright, Depp again is able to show us how to blend the right amount of seriousness, quirkiness and charm as the man who, just like Peter Pan, never lost his child-like qualities

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