10 Actors/Actresses No One Wants To Work With

  
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Event though the glamorous actors of Hollywood are out there living our dreams of fame and fortune, they cannot always be counted on to pull through for the directors and producers who are depending on them. When you make millions of dollars, you’d think some of these actors and actresses would want to make things easy and get along. But, alas! This list takes a look at certain Hollywood stars who notoriously difficult to work with!

10. Shia LeBeouf

Oh Shia LeBeouf! You could have had it all! But instead your erratic behavior is the interest of the tabloids, not A-list producers! The Transformers star has been arrested for public intoxication, allegedly head-butted a man in a London pub, chased a homeless man for his McDonald’s, and has taken to streaming videos of himself watching his own movies. Fascinating! The straw that broke the camel’s back and reputation was when he showed up to the premiere of Nymphomaniac with a paper bag on his head that said, “I’m not famous anymore.” While he’s fun to watch on the pages of the magazines, he’s earned himself a reputation that has brought his career almost to a standstill. He only has one project coming out in 2016 called American Honey and only time will tell if he’s able to get his career back on track!

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9. Shannen Doherty

Shannen Doherty is a notoriously demanding actor, and basically single-handedly ruined her career by being her awful self. You’d think Aaron Spelling would have learned his lesson after Beverly Hills 90210, but he made the epic mistake of also casting her in Charmed. Her departure from the show has become something of legend. Spelling is said to have banned her from all future projects, and this diva reputation has stuck with her. The difficult actress has only appeared in B-films and television pilots since. Karma’s a b*tch!

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