Top 10 Best Actor Biopics

Here is the list of Top 10 Best Actor Biopics, Movie Chaplin, 1992 is the top of Actor Biopics as per this list.
10. Too Much, Too Soon, 1958

The movie tells the true story of Diana Barrymore, a theatrical actress who behind the make up and the glamor, hid under a blanket of alcohol and drugs.
9. Gable and Lombard, 1976

Stars Clark Gable (James Brolin) and Carole Lombard (Jill Clayburgh) fall in love and marry in 1930s Hollywood.
8. Auto Focus, 2002

A successful TV star during the 1960s, former "Hogan's Heroes" actor Bob Crane (Greg Kinnear) projects a wholesome family-man image, but this front masks his persona as a sex addict who records and photographs his many encounters with women, often with the help of his seedy friend, John Henry Carpenter (Willem Dafoe). This biographical drama reveals how Crane's double life takes its toll on him and his family, and ultimately contributes to his death.
7. Man of a Thousand Faces, 1957

Lon Chaney (James Cagney) is a charismatic young man breaking into vaudeville as a juggler and mime. He falls in love with his new assistant, Cleva (Dorothy Malone), but when he reveals that he grew up as the son of two deaf-mute parents, she reacts with horror and disgust. The psychologically unbalanced Cleva leaves Chaney shortly after their son is born, but when he moves to Hollywood, remarries and becomes a movie star, she returns in an attempt to get back into her son's life.
6. The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, 2004

Having been brought up by an overbearing mother, Peter Sellers becomes emotionally withdrawn. Subsequently, he faces several complications before he discovers his talent for comedy.
5. James Dean, 2001

Starting with his childhood in Santa Monica, this biopic explores the tumultuous life and early death of James Dean (James Franco). Dean makes his Hollywood debut in Elia Kazan's "East of Eden," opening the floodgates for his film career. While enjoying his newfound success, Dean embarks on a relationship with Italian actress Pier Angeli (Valentina Cervi). His success, however, is overshadowed by his father's (Michael Moriarty) reluctance to bridge a painfully deep gap with him.
4. Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, 1993

Bruce Lee's father asks him to go to America so that he can have a successful life. He begins as a dishwasher but due to the strength of his character and morals, he receives better opportunities.
3. Frances, 1982

Take a look at the various significant events that have occurred in the life and career of Frances Farmer, a popular American actress and television host.
2. My Week with Marilyn, 2011

Colin is an overtly enthusiastic film student who gets a chance to work with Marilyn Monroe. His interactions with her get personal, as she lets him in on her secrets and her struggles.
1. Chaplin, 1992

Re-creation of the life of comic genius Charlie Chaplin, from his humble beginnings in south London through his early days in British vaudeville, his silent movie career in America and his late masterpieces. His turbulent personal life saw four marriages and an enforced exile from the US - though he returned to receive an honorary Oscar in 1972.