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We all like to imagine that our favorite actors and actresses are great people in real life. Sure, they might play a jerk onscreen once in awhile, but that's just acting, right? It's what they do. Well, with great fame comes great entitlement, and some of Hollywood's finest are just plain nasty at times. Each of these actors have earned a bad rep for the way they behave between takes, be it talking down to craft services, warring with co-stars, or fighting with directors. Maybe they were all just having a bad day...over and over again. Here are a few of the big-name actors people hate working with...
Val Kilmer | 0:40
Alec Baldwin | 1:38
Shia LaBeouf | 2:21
Chevy Chase | 3:56
Mandy Patinkin | 4:47
Mike Myers | 5:52
Gwyneth Paltrow | 6:36
Katherine Heigl | 7:34
Patrick Dempsey | 8:11
Bruce Willis | 8:36
Teri Hatcher | 9:14
Steven Seagal | 9:49
Read more here → http://www.looper.com/28627/actors-everyone-hates-working/
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I have autographs from John Advilsen (Director of Rocky and The Karate Kid trilogy)
Wes Craven (Writer/director of
A Nightmare On Elm Street)
Don “The Dragon” Wilson
And “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase.
They were all very nice and appreciative of they’re fans.
Add to the list Helen Hunt and John C. McGinley (Scrubs). I worked 8 days as an extra on Candy Jar. One day, I said to the PA, "I hope Helen Hunt is here today". He rolled his eyes and replied that she was a total "b***h,and that even the crew wasn't allowed to talk to her directly-They had to speak to her assistant. As an extra on Stan Against Evil, I witnessed John C. McGinley yelling that an extra, doing a cross, was "In his line of vision,and f'ing up his concentration".
On the flipside, there are a lot of friendly actors. #1 on my list is Ian Somerhalder. I did eight episodes of the Vampire Diaries,and he always treated everyone like friends. On one overnight, Season 7, Episode 12, it was friggin cold, but the crew wouldn't bring us any coffee. Ian told them to bring us coffee, then they brought us hot chicken soup and pizzas from Mellow Mushroom. During the 14 days I worked on Office Christmas Party, the entire cast was friendly, awesome, and treated us like family. I could go on and on, but you get the point. One thing that some forget: Some actors are in character and trying to remember lines.
Since multiple people have stated it, I can believe that Bruce Willis is difficult. But I don’t want to hear what Kevin smith has to say about Willis being difficult to work with on his piece of shit movie. Kevin Smith sucks. There, I said it.
Mike Myers has always been very nice to me. I have a very hard time believing what is said in this video about him. Remember some of these stories might of been jokes. Storming off set because there was no margarine? Come on...
I have found that as a crew member, the worst are production staff, department heads, people close to camera, Pretty much anyone with some perceived power. It's an industry with an acute hierarchy and this seems to manifest itself in treatment of "lesser" crew members. I find that most A list actors either seem to punch up (at directors/producers etc) or down(at crew and subordinates). Some of course are just fine. Give me actors over senior production crew anyday.
I know the feeling, attitude is everything. You can’t like everyone and can’t expect people to like you. You can be yourself and let everyone else be themselves, have good attitude and the friends you seek will find you.
Excellent report! My family and I despise Gwyneth Paltrow. We refuse to watch ANYTHING with that vilest of scumbags in it. I can give many of the actors in this report some level of forgiveness, and will still happily watch some of them despite the news about their bad behavior (like Baldwin), but Platrow and Segal are so despicable that I will never be able to watch anything that they do.
I've met a lot of asshole men AND asshole actors in my life...but I wonder how non-famous people act ALL THE TIME in their own homes and communities. It's called: Don't call the fucking kettle black. @cristinamakela
I have often felt that the majority of actors and actresses where where egostisical arrogant big-heads who believe their own hype they are in fact playing themselves and getting a fortune for it well the more money you throw at someone the more big-headed they become they really start to think oh I am so special their is the odd down to-earth one but they are few and far between nope the majority are arrogant bigheaded well over paid bastards sad but true
They are a bunch of entitled immature brats. They could never make it in the real world. Soon they will not be
remembered as REAL STARS as Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne who were not phonies as these
ingrates are. Who cares about these dipshits.
The narrator of this is #1! By the time I got to five I have to stop because I can't stand one more millisecond of her sarcastic, and disparaging one-liners about people that couldn't give a hungover squirt about what this broken violin voice thinks of their workplace etiquette.
My son lived very close to Hollywood for three years - never met the "stars" but got a kick out of the "Do you know who I am?" crowd (if you have to ask, we don't know), and like many athletes, they're shorter in person (my son is 6'4").
I don't think Chevy Chase is a problem. His whole thing is pushing the envelope. He's a punk rock comic. He's the one that hosted parties to compete to see who could do the best version of The Aristocrats. If you don't find humor in the offensive, you're the odd one out. Most of us love it.
In the future, please leave out the bleeps; just either say the words (this is YT; they censer language other than hate speech), or mute the obscenities.Otherwise put yourself at the head of the class for being royal assholes.
Feminazi fake rape and sexual allegation witch hunts in hollywood are such a fuckin joke...if you talentless hags hadnt opened your legs none of you would be on the big screen in the first place be fucking thankful you snowflake cunt bags
You can’t blame film actors for being germaphobes since their whold world is thed to their looks. I am sure Patro carries something in her clutch and takes care of her own needs. It is extreamly hard being so popular that you can’t go out and mingle with people or simply walk down the beach or the isle at the store.
Shia Labeouf is a poser . When he was making Lawless, he was interviewed about and began a sermon on his deep knowledge of the history, of Rocky Mount, VA. The film is based loosely on the story of moonshiners in Rock y Mount in Franklin County VA (where my family is from). He referred multiple times about the film being about the history of North Carolina. Clueless hollywood dumbass!
I was a waiter at Jerry’s Famous Deli Near the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. I waited on countless celebrities. The nicest one I ever met was John Voight, who would come in almost every day. He was the coolest guy ever. Now, the worst was Robert Townsend. Yeah I know not very famous, but He had my friend fired for his coffee not being hot enough.
perfect example if a women is stuck up and hard to work they will be shat on the same as men who are literal monsters not only does she top them but they are given some slack for their performances as if that should make up for it
These people live in a fantasy world and think very highly of themselves, they couldn't survive in the real world,
with a real job.
Why does anyone look to any Hollywood anyting it's a fantasy world and most of the time extremely prideful and a know-it-all mostly anti-American anti-christian attitudes.
A bunch pampered prima donnas!!!
Being a jerk and an asshole usually is a side effect of having talent. I noticed that many years ago, those who are most talented are nastiest pricks to come across. Well I guess most of us love person's talent, not actual personality. That's how the world works.
You know this world? This sad, doomed little world? It needs you. It needs every last Winchester it can get, and I will not let you die. I wont let any of you die. And I wont let you sacrifice yourselves, you mean too much to me! To everything! Yeah, you made a deal. You made a stupid deal, and I broke it. Youre welcome.
Castiel is an angel. He manifests on Earth inside his vessel, Jimmy Novak. He is the only angel that is shown to have been resurrected after having been killed, and he has been resurrected more than once.
Many angels laid siege to Hell to rescue Dean, but it was Castiel who ultimately pulled Dean out. According to Castiel, he did so "Because God commanded it." His hand print was burned into Deans left shoulder. Castiel is amongst a group of angels who manifest on Earth to stop the breaking of the the 66 Seals which will release Lucifer and start the Apocalypse. Over time he develops an empathy for the Winchesters, in particular Dean. When he learns that Michael actually intends for Lucifer to be released so he can kill him, Castiel tries to warn Dean, but is punished. Ultimately he breaks allegiance with Heaven to side with humanity.
With Lucifer free, and Castiel cut off from Heavens power, he decides to try and find the long absent God. When he learns God is not interested in intervening to stop the Apocalypse, he is devastated. He works to support the efforts of Sam, Dean and Bobby in stopping the battle between Michael and Lucifer.
After Sams sacrifice to defeat Lucifer, Castiel tries to rescue him from Lucifers Cage, but fails to retrieve Sams soul. In an attempt to prevent Raphael from restarting the Apocalypse, Castiel is tempted into an alliance with Crowley. The demon offers to help find Purgatory which can provide them both with great power. His efforts mean Castiel becomes increasingly distanced from the Winchesters as he hides his efforts from them, to the extent of breaking Sams mind in order to hinder their pursuit of him.
After taking in the souls of Purgatory, Castiel kills Raphael. He claims that he is no longer an angel, but the new "God." After smiting many people he considered to be doing evil in Gods name, he blacks out and loses control of his vessel, and his powers, to Leviathans possessing him. Conceding to Dean and Sams wishes, Castiel attempts to return all the souls and entities inside him to Purgatory.
After the souls leave Castiel, he apologizes to Dean, and pledges to find some way of redeeming himself. His plans are cut short when the Leviathans, who managed to hold on, take over his vessel. As the vessel rapidly deteriorates, the Leviathans march it into a reservoir, where it disappears beneath the water, releasing them.
Castiel is later found wandering naked in the woods near the water with no memory of who he is by Daphne Allen, who claims that God led her to him. She takes him home, he takes on the name Emmanuel Allen, and they marry. He discovers he has a gift for healing.
While searching for a way to help Sam, whose psychosis is killing him, Dean hears about Emmanuel from another hunter, and is shocked to discover it is Castiel. Castiel eventually regains his memories, and is horrified at what he did. He tries to heal Sam, but unable to do so, he chooses to take Sams madness into his own mind.