10 Movie Actors Who Can't Escape Their Most Iconic Role

WC: It has been said many times over that Norman Bates’ most unfortunate victim was the very man that actually brought him to life on the big screen in Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, Psycho.
Despite winning critical acclaim for a variety of award-winning performances throughout his career, Anthony Perkins is most fondly remembered for his legendary portrayal of the deranged and eerily-soft spoken psychopath who ran the Bates Motel, harboured a passion for taxidermy and co-habited with the decaying corpse of his dead mother. So revered was his performance that Bates was voted the second greatest screen villain of all time by the American Film Institute (Anthony Hopkins took that particular accolade for his chilling turn as Hannibal Lecter, although Bates did beat Darth Vader).

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