Johnny Depp tops 'America's Favorite Actor' list for second year in a row - Poll
Johnny Depp is officially "America's Favorite Actor," according to a recent poll by Harris Interactive and his fan base might take some by surprise.
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise star topped the list for the second year in a row while Clint Eastwood and Denzel Washington tied for second place, despite the fact that neither Eastwood nor Washington were seen in a film in 2011.
According to the poll, Eastwood is a favorite amongst men and Southerners while Depp is favored by women, Republicans, Independents, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Americans who live in the East, West and Midwest.
Washington was a favorite with Moderates and George Clooney is beloved by the 66 and over age group.
Other actors who placed on the poll include Tom Hanks in fourth place, John Wayne in fifth place, Clooney in sixth place, Sandra Bullock in seventh place, Harrison Ford in eighth place and Will Smith in ninth place.
Adam Sandler rounds out the list in 10th place.
Harris Interactive is a custom market research firm. The poll was conduction between December 5 and 12, 2011 and over 2,000 adults were polled.
Depp's placement on the list comes amidst reports that he is currently have relationship issues with his longtime girlfriend, model Vanessa Paradis.
People magazine reports that the two have been living separate lives and have not appeared on the red carpet together for over a year.
Depp, 48, and Paradis, 39, have two children together, 12 year-old daughter Lily-Rose and 9-year-old son Jack.
Depp, who was recently seen in "The Rum Diary" is set to make a cameo appearance in the "21 Jump Street" film as Tom Hanson, a character he played in the television series of the same name during the late 80s/early 90s.
He is also set to appear as Tonto in "The Lone Ranger" film adaptation alongside "J. Edgar" actor Armie Hammer as the title character.
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