Golden Raspberry for Worst Actor

Can you name the people who have won the Golden Raspberry for worst actor?
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Last updated: March 20, 2020
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Year
Movies
Actor
2020
The Fanatic | Trading Paint
John Travolta
2019
Death of a Nation |
Fahrenheit 11/9
Donald Trump
2018
The Mummy
Tom Cruise
2017
Hilary's America
Dinesh D'Souza
2016
Fifty Shades of Grey
Jamie Dornan
2015
Saving Christmas
Kirk Cameron
2014
After Earth
Jaden Smith
2013
That's My Boy
Adam Sandler
2012
Jack and Jill /
Just Go with It
Adam Sandler
2011
Killers / Valentine's Day
Ashton Kutcher
2010
Jonas Brothers: The 3D
Concert Experience
The Jonas Brothers
2009
The Love Guru
Mike Myers
2008
Norbit
Eddie Murphy
2007
Little Man
Marlon Wayans &
Shawn Wayans
2006
Deuce Bigalow:
European Gigolo
Rob Schneider
2005
Fahrenheit 9/11
George W. Bush
2004
Daredevil / Gigli / Paycheck
Ben Affleck
2003
Pinocchio
Roberto Benigni
2002
Freddy Got Fingered
Tom Green
2001
Battlefield Earth /
Lucky Numbers
John Travolta
2000
Big Daddy
Adam Sandler
1999
Armageddon / The Siege /
Mercury Rising
Bruce Willis
Year
Movies
Actor
1998
The Postman
Kevin Costner
1997
Big Bully | Carpool |
The Stupids
Tom Arnold
Jury Duty | Bio-Dome
Pauly Shore
1996
Jury Duty
Pauly Shore
1995
Wyatt Earp
Kevin Costner
1994
Cop and a Half
Burt Reynolds
1993
Stop! Or My Mom
Will Shoot!
Sylvester Stallone
1992
Robin Hood:
Prince of Thieves
Kevin Costner
1991
The Adventures of
Ford Fairlane
Andrew Dice Clay
1990
Star Trek V:
The Final Frontier
William Shatner
1989
Rambo III
Sylvester Stallone
1988
Leonard Part 6
Bill Cosby
1987
Under the Cherry Moon
Prince
1986
Rambo: First Blood Part II /
Rocky IV
Sylvester Stallone
1985
Rhinestone
Sylvester Stallone
1984
A Night in Heaven
Christopher Atkins
1983
Inchon
Laurence Olivier
1982
The Legend of the
Lone Ranger
Klinton Spilsbury
1981
The Jazz Singer
Neil Diamond
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Level 67
Jun 24, 2012
Only 2/26. T_T Sylvester Stallone's name just wouldn't come to my mind. And I kept trying Meyers and Mayers for Mike Myers.

And why did they give the price to George W. Bush? He's not an actor!
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Level 19
Jun 24, 2012
The Razzies are known to be more for comedic purposes. Fahrenheit 9/11 is a documentary with no actors. It was a joke.
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Level 79
Mar 14, 2014
They should have given the Razzie to God for his role in Star Trek V
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Level 85
Mar 14, 2014
I'm not sure if you mean the actor that played the character that ultimately (spoiler alert!) WASN'T God, but I'm pretty sure that God Himself had no part in the making of that abomination. In fact, Star Trek V has been known to centerpiece the argument amongst atheists that God cannot possibly exist, else he would certainly have shielded us all from its sheer awfulness. This is the one film that I would actually WELCOME Spielberg and Lucas to go to town on. Slash it, burn it, add flying monkeys and space squirrels, make Spock shoot first, do whatever you have to do, but just please ERASE THIS MOVIE FROM EXISTENCE!!!
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Level 79
Mar 15, 2014
haha, well, whatever.. it definitely deserved a few Razzies.
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Level 82
Jul 17, 2014
"What does God need with a spaceship?" :-P
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Level 58
Jan 6, 2015
Bones: You don't ask the Almighty for his I.D.!

Uh.... yes you do, Bones! More so than ANYBODY else in the entire Universe!
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Level 40
Jan 8, 2013
Bush got the worst acting gong for his performance upon hearing of the 9/11 attacks. A very well deserved worst actor gong I'm thinking.
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Level 56
Jan 18, 2013
Couldn't disagree more. I remember that day and W. kept calm and collected and finished what he was doing before leaving to take care of the situation. Better than to have run screaming from the room.
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Level 79
Mar 14, 2014
Agree with clr. Maybe some who are convinced wrongly that I'm a biased flaming liberal will be surprised by this. But the criticism for Bush on this point was just one of many dumb things about F911.
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Level 79
Mar 4, 2013
Fahrenheit 9/11 got nominated multiple times that year, and while I agree it was a horrible "documentary," it's hard to fathom the rationale behind nominated George Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, and Britney Spears for "acting" in it. I guess because Bush did not make a very convincing president? I know I'd have trouble suspending disbelief if he wasn't actually elected once. Though, personally, I had no issue with how he reacted on the morning of 9/11. I just wish he had done more *before* 9/11 to prevent it, and then acted more intelligently after 9/11. The day of? He did fine.
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Level 79
Mar 14, 2014
Also, I don't care what anyone says, Leonard Part 6 was great. And actually, I thought Cosby acted pretty well in it. I mean if you ignore him jumping around in ballet slippers... the parts where he is interacting with his estranged wife and daughter are not badly acted.
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Level 71
Mar 14, 2014
I always thought the Postman was a pretty good movie. Kevin Costner plays his usual boy scout self, and Will Patton makes an awesome, but slightly sympathetic, bad guy.
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Level 63
Mar 17, 2014
Leo just doesn't win anything, now does he?
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Level 83
Apr 29, 2018
Leo actually won a Razzie for Worst Screen Couple for The Man in the Iron Mask.
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Level 77
Mar 17, 2014
I must be one of 5 people who remember "The Legend of the Lone Ranger." I always remembered the over-the-top performance and the bad costuming and hair. Oddly, it was the villain, Christopher Lloyd, who went on to have a better career than the hero, Klinton Spillsbury.
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Level 58
Jan 6, 2015
For the ones I didn't get, either I never heard of the movie or I never heard of the actor. But one I did get, because I just read about it a few weeks ago... Inchon! I was so tickled when that one came up correct!
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Level 79
Jan 17, 2015
Pretty funny that Olivier has won a Razzie. Who'd have thunk?
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Level 79
Feb 22, 2015
I'd never heard of Saving Christmas before... so I looked up the trailer... wow that looks AWFUL. Maybe as bad as God's Not Dead or Left Behind (for which Sorbo and Cage really got snubber by the Razzies!!)
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Level 79
Feb 23, 2015
I can't tell what they're saying about it, because the news is in Turkish, but right now it looks like they're talking about the Razzies. Just saw clips of Saving Christmas, Cameron Diaz in something, Transformers, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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Level 53
Feb 22, 2015
Check out my new quiz on quotes from 2014 movies: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/93424/2014-movie-quotes
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Level 55
Feb 22, 2015
How has Nicolas Cage never won a Razzie? Robbed.
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Level 79
Feb 22, 2015
I KNOW, right? I mean, for sure 1997 had some stiff competition in the form of the double threat of Tom Arnold and Pauly Shore... but... Cage's work in Con Air not getting a Razzy? That's like Citizen Kane being overlooked by Oscar.
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Level 71
Mar 9, 2015
"Put...the bunny...down." What are you TALKING about? That is about as iconic as a single movie line can get. It's right up there with "Rosebud" and "Frankly Scarlet, I don't give a damn." Cage was at his absolute best in Con Air. Razzie? Bah...should have won an Oscar.
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Level 74
May 7, 2015
Con Air is nowhere near Cage's worst performance. That has to be The Wicker Man..."Oh no, not the bees! Not the bees! My eyes! My eyes!"
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Level ∞
Mar 1, 2016
I submit that Nicolas Cage is not a bad actor at all. In fact, what makes him hirable is that he gives 100% to every role, no matter how stupid. Most serious actors would wink at the audience a little, but not Cage. He's a true professional forced to do a lot of bad movies to pay off his crushing debts.
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Level 79
Sep 14, 2017
"I like being in movies, Gary."
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Level 83
Apr 29, 2018
Funny thing is, I would probably pay to see a movie called “Space Ass.”
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Level 60
Apr 30, 2018
There is a very funny episode of 'Community' that takes on the issue of whether Nicolas Cage is a good actor or not. Ahmed, who is a major film buff, locks himself in his room and watches every Nicolas Cage film over and over, trying to work out if he is a genius or a hack. In the process he nearly drives himself insane. Eventually someone(I can't remember which character) saves Ahmed by explaining that you just have to accept that there is no definitive answer. Cage has done some brilliant acting roles, whilst others have been truly awful.
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Level 64
Jan 27, 2018
Just FYI buck1017 the line is, "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."
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Level 81
Apr 3, 2019
How did Brendan Fraser miss out? I used to automatically know as soon as his face popped on screen that I would be laughing at the movie not with it. Unless of course when it was trying to be funny.
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Level 70
Jul 1, 2015
Giving George W. Bush a Raspberry for Fahrenheit 9/11 just goes to show you how agenda driven this award can be.
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Level 63
Apr 30, 2018
Bush's performance as president was horrible. So horrible in fact that the next president won a Nobel Peace Prize essentially for not being Bush. "Way to not be that guy! Here's a shiny medal and a million bucks. Congratulations to you and congratulations to the rest of the world."
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Level 71
May 6, 2018
Everything in Hollywood is agenda driven. Giving Cameron a Razzie for bad Christmas movie is proof. The majority of Christmas movies are cheesy and/or bad but Hollywood had to do their little dig at the openly Christian actor who turned his back on them. And then a worst actor for a documentary because it dares to say something negative about the DNC? Since when do documentaries get acting credit? Unfortunately, Hollywood has turned even something fun like the Razzies into unwatchable. For entertainers, they really do suck at entertaining.
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Level 52
Mar 27, 2016
I think a number of these films went straight to video. Have not heard of them at all.
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Level 67
Apr 3, 2019
No, I'm pretty sure all of these were theatrically released, though I'm sure not all of them had especially wide releases.
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Level 46
Sep 14, 2017
poor adam sandler.
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Level 65
Mar 9, 2018
Don't be. He's laughing all the way to the bank. As much as people rag on his movies, they usually sell extremely well and he's made immense amounts of money in his career. He's paid better than most of the people who win Oscars.
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Level 83
Apr 29, 2018
The sad thing is that the movies he’s in where he’s actually good don’t do very well at the box office, so that’s why we’re stuck with all those stupid slapstick comedies.
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Level 71
Sep 14, 2017
There should be a special category of bad for Tom Green, Pauly Shore, and Rob Schneider. Truly awful "performances" in anything and everything they've ever done. Way beyond giving a ding to, say, Bruce Willis for cashing a paycheck (or three) in a time of need.
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Level 81
Jul 17, 2018
I'll give Schneider credit for a few minutes grand total as second banana, Shore none except in his post-career making fun of himself. Tom Green, however? Just a spastic cretin. Playing piano with steaks hanging from his ears sums it up.
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Level 56
Apr 29, 2018
No Johnny Depp? He has certainly earned more than one spot on this list.
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Level 79
Sep 16, 2018
The apology video he made for Australian customs should have earned him one for sure.
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Level 81
Apr 3, 2019
Jim Carrey, Johnny Depp? Any attempt at comedy by them is insufferable.
Johnny, you can stick to drama, you're okay at it.
Jim, you were an unfunny scene hog token on In Living Color. Your success there has baffled me for almost 30 years.
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Level 60
Apr 30, 2018
William Shatner, what a legend! Sometimes T.J. Hooker is on at 2:30 in the morning here and I love watching it. It's so bad it's good. The writing is terrible, the plots and the characters are paper thin, and Shatner is at his wooden best. Awesome stuff! He should have done more comedy. He was excellent in Airplane 2.
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Level 81
Jul 17, 2018
He liked clinging on the hoods of cars in so many episodes.
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Level 81
Apr 3, 2019
The Razzies have always been the nerdy, unsuccessful hangers on in Hollywood waiting for big name successes to have a box office flop. Then they give the award despite thousands of other worse acting jobs that year. It's usually petty jealousy.
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Level 37
Apr 3, 2019
The only reason I got Kirk Cameron is because of I Hate Everything's review on "Saving Christmas"
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Level 87
Mar 20, 2020
According to Wikipedia, the answer for 2019 (the 39th Razzies, for 2018 movies), should be Donald Trump, with Travolta being the answer for 2020 (for 2019 movies).
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Level ∞
Mar 20, 2020
This has been fixed. In the end, I've decided to de-feature this quiz. For a variety of reasons. For one, I don't want to update it every year. Secondly. the answers are too obscure. And finally, it's too political. It would be like featuring a quiz about Fox News.
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Level 73
Mar 20, 2020
It sucks when you remember the face, but the name refuses to appear.