9 Stars Who Have Won Both An Oscar And A Razzie Award!

Sometimes it doesn’t matter how many Oscars an actor or actress wins – they can still be involved in some pretty bad movies and give some pretty lousy performances! When actors or actresses give bad performances, they are susceptible to one of the biggest embarrassments of all – a Razzie Award! We have a list of 9 stars who have won both an Oscar and a Razzie! Take a look:

9. Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock had the rare honor of receiving an Oscar and a Razzie Award all on the same weekend! She won the Oscar for Best Actress for “The Blind Side” and she won two Razzies for her role in “All About Steve,” one for Worst Actress and the other for Worst Screen Couple. She collected both awards in person, proving that she has a great sense of humor!

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8. Halle Berry

Halle Berry took home the Oscar for “Monster’s Ball” in 2002 and she won a Razzie in 2005 for her performance in “Catwoman.” She actually accepted her award in person, becoming the first actress to do so. She gave a good speech too! “When I was a kid, my mother told me that if you can’t be a good loser, you can’t be a good winner,” she said, adding “If you can’t take the criticism, then you don’t deserve the praise.”

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7. Kevin Costner

Kevin Costner has won two Oscars for the film “Dances with Wolves,” one for Best Picture and the other for Best Director. Unfortunately, he has won a lot more Razzies! In 1992, he won Worst Actor for “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves;” in 1995, he won Worst Remake or Sequel and Worst Actor for “Wyatt Earp;” and, in 1996, he won Worst Picture, Worst Director and Worst Actor for “The Postman.” That’s a lot of Razzies for a critically acclaimed actor and director!

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6. Roberto Benigni

In 1999, Robert Benigni won the Oscar for Best Actor for the film “Life is Beautiful.” Unfortunately, his film “Pinocchio” – which performed well in Italy – bombed in North America. On Rotten Tomatoes it received a score of 0% and it landed Benigni the Razzie for Worst Actor that year.

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5. Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck won the Oscar for Best Screenplay for “Good Will Hunting” in 1997 and, in 2012, he won the Best Picture Academy Award for “Argo;” however, in between those two Oscars, he won a few Razzie Awards! In 2004, he won Worst Actor for three different films, “Daredevil,” Gigli” and “Paycheck.”

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4. Al Pacino

Al Pacino is a critically acclaim actor who has been nominated for eight Oscars, winning one for Best Actor for his performance in “Scent of a Woman,” which makes his Razzie win that much more surprising! In 2012, the seasoned actor won the Razzie Award for Worst Screen Couple for the film “Jack and Jill.”

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3. Sofia Coppola

Sofia Coppola is an Academy Award winning screenwriter. She won the Oscar for Best Screenplay back in 2004 for the film “Lost in Translation;” however, back in 1991, she was critically panned for her performance in “The Godfather Part III.” She won two Razzies as a result, one for “Worst Supporting Actress” and  the other for “Worst New Star.” Ouch!

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2. Faye Dunaway

Faye Dunaway won the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in “The Network” back in 1976; however, in spite of her success as an actress, her Razzies outnumber her Oscars! In 1984, even though she received some praise for her performance, she won Worst Actress for her role in “Mommie Dearest” and, in 1994, she won Worst Actress for her role in “The Temp.”

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1. Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman is considered one of the most talented actresses of her generation, so it should come as no surprise that she brought home the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in “The Hours;” however, she has also been involved in some duds like “Bewitched.” In 2005, she brought home the Razzie for Worst Screen Couple for her role in this flop.

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Cate has a B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature and has been the Managing Editor of Fame10 for more than 6 years. Despite having a love for the works of Thomas Hardy, Leo Tolstoy and Lord Byron, she also has an intense fascination with pop culture. When she isn’t writing for Fame10, she’s planning her next big adventure in Southeast Asia.

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