Max von Sydow came from Bergman's stable and finished his career in Hollywood. The very young Jean-Pierre Leaud played the role of his life in 'The 400 Blows' (great film).
Mifune did not too well in Hollywood, but was a giant in Japan. Those samurai movies impress me more than US Westerns.
btw, I ranted against actors who always play the same character.
There is one exception: Charlie Chaplin. He was so wonderful, he rose above it all. He made America laugh during tough times and deserves much applause.
If I were stuck on an island with movies of one actor, I would choose Raimu, the one and only.
By his late forties, Raimu had become one of his country's most respected actors and considered the ultimate actor by luminaries such as Alec Guinness, Marlene Dietrich, and Orson Welles.