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I was just reading an article that mentioned a star who was big in the 80s & 90s, and although he's continued to work, never quite broke into the ranks of Superstardom.
Just look at Tom Cruise (49), and the many acting peers in his age range, and you have to wonder why excellent actors like Ewan McGregor (41), David Wenham (47), Clive Owen (48), and Sean Bean (53) aren't getting their names "above the title" in blockbusters. Even Russell Crowe (48), with an Academy Award & countless nominations hasn't been in a big film since "American Gangster" in 2007!
Why do you think there's a "ceiling" for some actors' careers?