When it comes to cinematic work, Paul Giamatti is, essentially, the funny man. Though he's participated in dramatic highs (Cinderella Man) and lows (The Lady in the Water), most of his headlining work has a healthy dose of humor, whether he's ranting about merlot, or creating some American Splendor. But then John Adams came to the small screen and we learned about the heaps of dramatic potential left untapped.

Unfortunately, it didn't lead him to any big-screen headlining drama ... but it has led him to another notable historic figure on the small screen: Nikita Khrushchev.
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