Randy Couture isn't a good actor.
That said, he's going to keep on getting acting roles because he brings star power and action movie star credibility to the table.
To date, Couture's biggest roles have been in The Scorpion King 2 and The Expendables.
Neither were particularly good roles, but that's not completely Couture's fault.
In the sequel to The Scorpion King, Couture was forced to speak in some ridiculous voice because apparently the director felt that Couture's real old man voice wasn't scary enough. Additionally, the costumes in that film look like they were stolen off the set of Xena: Warrior Princess.
Now I don't know why the costume designer felt that Couture needed to wear a sports bra, but it is what it is.
Couture's role in The Expendables was a much smaller one, and like just about every other starring role in the film, it was just large enough to exist and draw in to sell tickets so that Sylvester Stallone can run another restaurant franchise into the ground.
I also felt the film lacks realism because although the Nogueira brothers appear in the film, the film misses the part where Minotauro's character beats up Couture's character for three rounds.
Randy Couture once compared his acting career to that of Dwayne Johnson, saying that nobody took Johnson seriously until his off-beat role in Be Cool.
Couture might be right about Johnson, but what he might be forgetting is that pro wrestlers are career actors and Johnson was the best of them.
This is the official end of the list, but none of the actors featured to this point have displayed the raw acting talent of the MMA fighter featured on the next slide.
And the Oscar goes to...