Career Peaks: Ford enjoyed a rare 25-year run as an A-list movie star, from his break-out in George Lucas' 'American Grafitti' in 1973 through iconic roles in the 'Star Wars' and 'Indiana Jones' franchises and the Jack Ryan series that ended with 'Clear and Present Danger' in 1994. He was a dishy romantic lead in 'Witness,' 'Working Girl' and 'Regarding Henry,' but made his fortune as an action hero in tentpoles such as 'The Fugitive' and 'Air Force One.'
Awards Attention: He was nominated for the best actor Oscar only once, for Peter Weir's 'Witness,' in 1985.
Biggest Problem: He's no longer a marquee draw. While he's delightful in 'Morning Glory,' which drew an older crowd, his promo tour on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' and 'David Letterman' didn't cut it. For decades he wouldn't leave the comfort of his home if he didn't get his $20 million asking price, turning down the lead in Steven Soderbergh's Oscar-winning 'Traffic' -- which went to Michael Douglas -- in favor of the Russian-accented captain in 'K-19: The Widowmaker.' His low points include such studio fare as 'Sabrina,' 'Six Days, Seven Nights,' 'Firewall,' 'Hollywood Homicide,' 'The Devil's Own' and 'Random Hearts.'