No matter the industry you fall into, there will always be those co-workers that are anything but pleasant to work with. In Hollywood, though, where egos are sky-high and the competitive nature is fierce, when someone is reportedly hard to work with, it’s probably pretty bad. Here we will disclose the celebrities notoriously difficult to work with.
This starlet was raised in Hollywood, and has reportedly needed showers to be dried, at the gym, prior to her stepping foot because who wants to come in contact with anyone else’s old water?
A celebrity who has built a reputation for being difficult to work with; personal assistants have mentioned his control-freak mentality. Co-stars have noted his brilliance as an actor but also noticed his temperamental, moody nature, as a person.
Hegel hasn’t kept her sassy statements to herself; she is quick to publicly slam her co-workers. Some have shared that she was difficult from dressing room issues to questioning the script, while other have said they would work with Heigl again.
The Mad Max star has actually agreed to the fact that he may be difficult to work with, however he then told UK’s Esquire magazine he does not think he is “unreasonable.”
Apparently the “Mad Men” starlet is pretty “unapproachable,” said a 13-year old co-star Jared Gilmore, who once played her son.
Known for drunken fights and lengthy rants, Crowe once tried to publicly shame George Clooney for doing TV commercials. Clooney responded, “Dude, the only people who succeed when two famous people are fighting is People magazine. What is wrong with you?” Touché, George.
Norton is the type that takes his work so seriously he finds it impossible to break character and mingle with cast-mates. The Avengers did not welcome him back to play the role of Bruce Banner, and stated: “Our decision is definitely not one based on monetary factors, but instead rooted in the need for an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members.” Ouch.
Mickey Boardman, the editorial director of Paper Magazine was not shy in disclosing how much of a diva Minaj was: “Nicki was not fun. The Nicki thing turned out fine in the end, but it was two weeks of hideous torture.”
Although her character on the TV show Desperate Housewives was friendly, she apparently was not the same in real life and ran into numerous problems when trying to get along with fellow cast members.
Alec is the type of diva actor that never shows up on time, and reportedly a real hot-head on the set of “30 Rock.”
Sheen seems to abide by the work hard(ly), play harder mentality so it’s not wonder his work is often impacted. Selma Blair made mention of his bad behavior, on the set of Anger Management, and Sheen had her fired.
It has been Doherty’s bad behavior on set that has gotten her booted from two shows, both “Charmed” and “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Brenda is bad!
For a while, Lohan was allowing her life off set affect her work life, and it wasn’t pretty. An editorial in The New York Times slammed the starlet and reported on her bad work ethic.
God forbid you ever interrupt Bale during an intense acting sequence; that is what Shane Hurlbutt did (director of photography on the set of Terminator) and he was pretty much ripped apart.
Kilmer once had a huge blowout with director Joel Schumacher on the set of 1995’s Batman Forever. Schumacher said that Val “was rude and inappropriate. He was childish and impossible. I was forced to tell him that this would not be tolerated for one more second. Then we had two weeks where he did not speak to me but it was bliss.”
The talented star from “Glee” is apparently a total diva, and an insider mentioned she can be snobby and “refuses to talk to junior staff.”
It wasn’t until her judging stint on “American Idol” that horrible things came out about Mariah’s work ethic, with some colleagues claiming she was a nightmare. In turn, she didn’t last very long.
Maybe playing the rich-girl on the popular TV series “The O.C.” got to her real life persona? One of her co-workers said that Barton was by far the biggest diva on set.
LaBeouf has had a few meltdowns; one was on the set of his Broadway play, “Orphans.” He eventually was kicked out of the production due to his erratic behavior.
Notorious for not liking photos and walking off set whenever he feels like it, Shatner sounds like dreamboat of a colleague.
Allegedly, Roberts was so difficult to work with on the cast of the movie Hook, she received the nickname of “Tinkerhell.” Tee-hee.
Michael Bay eventually fired the starlet because she was such a diva and called him “Hitler.”
Willis has the reputation to be standoffish to work with, and Kevin Smith (his director on Cop Out) labeled him as “soul crushing” to work with.
J-lo is known to be a huge diva and prone to a number of meltdowns while on set.
Chase was so horrible to work with on “Saturday Night Live” he even slapped Cheri Oteri during rehearsal. He was booted from the TV show “Community” because he was letting too many racial slurs slip and getting into too many fights.
Gibson has had a number of public outbursts so it is no wonder he isn’t a joy to work with. He is known to be erratic and troublesome, racking up DUIs and causing problems with law enforcement.
It has been said that Snipes is known to not come out of his trailer all day and spend his time smoking weed.
The most notorious supermodel of all times; Naomi once threw a phone at her personal assistant and has since been sent to psychiatric care.
Madonna is such a diva that she often refuses to do what the director suggests.
Apparently Aniston is cold and unapproachable on set and doesn’t tend to mesh well with cast-mates.
On the set of The Royal Tenebaums, Hackman told director Wes Anderson to “pull up his pants and act like a man.”
Simpson was reportedly late all the time on the set of “Melrose Place,” and was not liked by her cast members.
Shepard was apparently so horrible on the set of her sitcom “Cybill” that the show writers created an episode of “CSI” based on Shepard and the character resembling her ended up being murdered.
Dustin Hoffman is apparently not so fun to work with because he is a perfectionist and wants to control everything related to his performance. Fair enough.
Seagal supposedly acts like a military commander to his cast mates and the crew. “Saturday Night Live” cast member Tim Meadows said: “He just wasn’t funny and he was very critical of the cast and the writing staff. He didn’t realize that you cant tell somebody they’re stupid on Wednesday and expect them to continue writing for you on Saturday.”
Brando was reportedly difficult to manage on set because he was a drunk who refused to read scripts and insisted on being shot at certain angles.
The supermodel claimed that she would not get out of bed for less than $100,000. Diva to the max.
The actor from “Grey’s Anatomy”was fired in 2007 after he called a fellow cast mate a “fa***t”.
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The young starlet has been notoriously labeled a bully on the set of films.
Stone has not found work in years because she is such a pain to have on set.