By being the kind of person who goes to their friends’ parties and goes to the movies and is always on the lookout for the next new star, it’s a good bet that a celebrity is probably not the person you’re looking for.
But what if you could meet the stars of tomorrow by looking at them from a different perspective?
And how would that look?
We asked celebrity search engine Quora for a few examples of people we think would make a great lead actor.
We wanted to find someone who was at the same time charismatic and relatable.
And the results?
The answers are below.
Matt DamonThe Academy Award winner is best known for his portrayal of Damon in the 2003 blockbuster film “The Martian”.
It was his performance in that film that helped the film become an international sensation.
He is currently best known as the lead of NBC’s “Community” and is currently in the midst of filming a film with Marvel Studios.
He also starred in the 2009 Disney movie “The Muppets” and in the 2012 Netflix original film “Daredevil”.
Tom HiddlestonHiddlestone starred in BBC’s “Battlestar Galactica” and played a Starfleet officer in “The Doctor Who” series.
He also plays the character of Doctor William Hartnell in the “Harry Potter” series of books and has a recurring role on “The Americans” on US network FX. 3.
Bradley CooperIn the 2014 film “Black Swan” and the 2010 film “Inception”, the actor plays an aspiring filmmaker in New York City who meets an older man at a film festival who tells him to go to a party.
Justin TherouxTheroux starred in “Mad Max: Fury Road”, a blockbuster action-adventure film in which he played a genetically enhanced human-machine hybrid who fought alongside a group of rebels in the war-torn world of the future.
He later appeared in “Blade Runner 2049” and also stars in “Catch Me If You Can”.
Julianne MooreIn the 2015 film “Snowpiercer”, Moore plays a woman who has a daughter with a man who is gay.
Ryan GoslingRyan Gosling starred in Fox’s “Fifty Shades of Grey” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”.
He is now married to actress Amber Heard.
Jennifer LawrenceJennifer Lawrence has starred in many films and TV shows, but most notably in the 2016 “Lawrence of Arabia”.
She was also a regular on HBO’s “Silicon Valley”.
John CusackCusack played a US president in the films “Pulp Fiction”, “Saw” and other popular films of the 1960s.
He reprised the role in the film “Lincoln” and has appeared in numerous TV shows and movies.
Bradley WhitfordBradley Whitford starred in two movies in the 1980s: “The Last of the Mohicans” and another one, “Halloween”.
He repristed his role in “Logan” and had an appearance in the 2010 movie “Dangerous Liaisons”.
Ben AffleckBen Affleck is best-known for his work on the “Breaking Bad” television series.
Affleck has appeared on numerous television shows and films and is an Oscar-nominated actor, director and producer.
Jennifer LopezJennifer Lopez starred in films including “Frozen” and one of the most popular TV series of all time, “Game of Thrones”.
She is currently starring in the Netflix original series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”.
Charlie SheenCharlie Sheen has been a regular TV star since the early 1990s, playing the role of a troubled man in the NBC hit “The Brady Bunch”.
He recently starred in a film called “Tears for Fears”.
Ryan ReynoldsRyan Reynolds played a retired US Marine in the movie “Casino Royale”.
Robert Downey Jr Robert Downes Jr was a regular actor on “Downton Abbey”, but has since starred in such movies as “Loving” and more.
He recently had a recurring appearance on “Hannibal”.
Chris PrattChris Pratt is best remembered for his role as the father of the Disney character Buzz Lightyear in the 2008 Disney film “Toy Story”.
He also starred as Buzz in “Dumbo”.
Benedict CumberbatchIn “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”, Cumberbatch played a dwarf in the movies “The Fellowship of the Ring” and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
He appeared in the 2015 movie “A Walk in the Woods”.
Daniel CraigDaniel Craig has been an actor since he was a child and has been seen in movies including “American Hustle”, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” and most recently “The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials”.