Daniel Day-Lewis – Daniel Day-Lewis won the best actor Academy Award for playing the 16th U.S. president in "Lincoln," which also took home the production design Oscar. The Steven Spielberg-directed drama also stars British actor Jared Harris as Ulysses S. Grant.
Bill Murray – Bill Murray plays Franklin D. Roosevelt in "Hyde Park on Hudson." The dramedy focuses on FDR's relationship with Margaret Suckley, better known as Daisy (Laura Linney). British actress Olivia Williams plays Eleanor Roosevelt in the film, set in 1939.
Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes – Greg Kinnear was nominated for an Emmy for his role as John F. Kennedy in "The Kennedys." Katie Holmes plays Jackie Kennedy. The 2011 miniseries was met with mixed reviews. The Washington Post's Hank Stuever wrote that it "sketches its characters with the precision of a fat Sharpie marker."
Frank Langella – Frank Langella was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance as Richard Nixon in 2008's "Frost/Nixon." The Ron Howard drama revisits Nixon's interviews with British talk show host David Frost, who is played by Michael Sheen.
Paul Giamatti – Paul Giamatti plays the title character in 2008's "John Adams." The Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning miniseries also features David Morse as George Washington and Stephen Dillane as Thomas Jefferson.
Dan Hedaya – Dan Hedaya plays Richard Nixon in 1999's "Dick." Two young girls (Michelle Williams and Kirsten Dunst) act as Deep Throat in this parody of the Watergate scandal.
Anthony Hopkins – Anthony Hopkins plays John Quincy Adams in 1997's "Amistad," directed by Steven Spielberg. Hopkins' portrayal earned him an Academy Award nomination for best actor in a supporting role. The actor also played Richard M. Nixon in 1995's "Nixon."