Actors who could be in Sports Halls of Fame
It may be somewhat of an oddity but actors have also been inducted in numerous sports halls of fame. Pictured here is Sylvester Stallone who got inducted in the International Boxing Hall of Fame after his starring and commercially successful role as boxing champ Rocky Balboa in the “Rocky” film series.



The film franchise and Stallone are praised for portraying a most realistic take on boxing during a time when it was very popular. But there are other actors deserving a place in sports halls of fame too, and here we’ve compiled a list of the ten Hollywood actors who we think are most worthy, so buckle up.

Actors who could be in Sports Halls of Fame

#10- Jeff Bridges – Bowling

Actors who could be in Sports Halls of FameOften referred in cinema circles as “The Dude”, Jeff Bridges comes in at number 10 on our list. His 1998 film “The Big Lebowski” is a cult classic that is dedicated solely to the love of bowling. This slow paced comedy contains some of the finest bowling moments ever captured on film and Bridges stars as the title character Lebowski. The film has such a cultural following that even a decade and a half since its release, there are still Big Lebowski festivals held annually in bowling alleys all over America.

#9- The Hanson Brothers – Hockey

Actors who could be in Sports Halls of Fame
Next on Actors who could be in Sports Halls of Fame, David Hanson, Jeff Carlson and Steve Carlson (pictured here) starred in “Slap Shot”, a drama about hockey. The film was notable for its portrayal of hockey as a violent sport and is often cited as the defining moment in the careers of the lead actors. It enjoys a cult following similar to Caddyshack, and the dialogue “old-time hockey” often comes up on lists of iconic moments in cinema.

#8-  Vince Vaughn – Dodge Ball

Actors who could be in Sports Halls of Fame
Next on Actors who could be in Sports Halls of Fame, Coming in at number 8 is Vince Vaughn with the 2004 classic “Dodge Ball: A True Underdog Story”. Playing the character of “Average Joe’s Gym” owner Pete LaFleur, Vaughn is challenged to a dodge ball match by White Goodman (Ben Stiller) who owns the rival Globo Gym. What ensues is the funniest and most violent take on dodge ball in cinema history. The film is notable for its mild adult humor and was outright banned in numerous gyms throughout the country for its violence. But this did nothing to hinder its popularity and it still continues to influence numerous adult recreational leagues to this day.

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