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Razzie Award for Worst Actor

Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor
33rd Golden Raspberry Awards
Awarded for Worst in film
Country United States
Presented by Golden Raspberry Award Foundation
First awarded 1981
Currently held by Adam Sandler,
That's My Boy (2012)
Official website

The Razzie Award for Worst Actor is an award presented at the annual Golden Raspberry Awards to the worst actor of the previous year. The following is a list of nominees and recipients of that award, along with the film(s) for which they were nominated.

Only one winner of the Worst Actor Razzie has ever shown up at the ceremony and collected his award in person, Tom Green for the film Freddy Got Fingered.

Sylvester Stallone holds the record for most Razzies in this category with four. Other actors with multiple wins are Kevin Costner and Adam Sandler with three, and Pauly Shore with two.


Year Actor Film Character
Neil Diamond The Jazz Singer Yussel Rabinovitch
Michael Beck Xanadu Sonny Malone
Robert Blake Coast to Coast Charles Callahan
Michael Caine Dressed to Kill Dr. Robert Elliott
The Island Blair Maynard
Kirk Douglas Saturn 3 Adam
Richard Dreyfuss The Competition Paul Dietrich
Anthony Hopkins A Change of Seasons Adam Evans
Bruce Jenner Can't Stop the Music Ron White
Sam J. Jones Flash Gordon Flash Gordon
Klinton Spilsbury The Legend of the Lone Ranger John Reid / The Lone Ranger
Gary Coleman On the Right Track Lester
Bruce Dern Tattoo Karl Kinsky
Richard Harris Tarzan, the Ape Man James Parker
Kris Kristofferson Heaven's Gate James Averill
Rollover Hubbell Smith
Laurence Olivier Inchon Douglas MacArthur
Willie Aames Paradise David
Zapped! Peyton Nichols
Christopher Atkins The Pirate Movie Frederic
Luciano Pavarotti Yes, Giorgio Giorgio Fini
Arnold Schwarzenegger Conan the Barbarian Conan
Christopher Atkins A Night in Heaven Rick Monroe
Lloyd Bochner The Lonely Lady Walter Thornton
Lou Ferrigno Hercules Hercules
Barbra Streisand Yentl "Anshel" Mendel
John Travolta Staying Alive Tony Manero
Two of a Kind Zack Melon
Sylvester Stallone Rhinestone Nick Martinelli
Lorenzo Lamas Body Rock Chilly
Jerry Lewis Slapstick of Another Kind Wilbur Swain / Caleb Swain
Peter O'Toole Supergirl Zaltar
Burt Reynolds Cannonball Run II J.J. McClure
City Heat Mike Murphy
Sylvester Stallone Rambo: First Blood Part II John Rambo
Rocky IV Rocky Balboa
Divine Lust in the Dust Rosie Velez
Richard Gere King David David
Al Pacino Revolution Tom Dobb
John Travolta Perfect Adam Lawrence
Prince Under the Cherry Moon Christopher Tracy
Emilio Estevez Maximum Overdrive Bill Robinson
Judd Nelson Blue City Billy Turner
Sean Penn Shanghai Surprise Glendon Wasey
Sylvester Stallone Cobra Marion 'Cobra' Cobretti
Bill Cosby Leonard Part 6 Leonard Parker
"Bruce the Shark" Jaws: The Revenge A shark
Judd Nelson From the Hip Robin 'Stormy' Weathers
Ryan O'Neal Tough Guys Don't Dance Tim Madden
Sylvester Stallone Over the Top Lincoln Hawk
Sylvester Stallone Rambo III John Rambo
Tom Cruise Cocktail Brian Flanagan
Bobcat Goldthwait Hot to Trot Fred Chaney
Jackie Mason Caddyshack II Jack Hartounian
Burt Reynolds Rent-A-Cop Tony Church
Switching Channels John L. Sullivan IV
William Shatner Star Trek V: The Final Frontier James T. Kirk
Tony Danza She's Out of Control Doug Simpson
Ralph Macchio The Karate Kid, Part III Daniel LaRusso
Sylvester Stallone Lock Up Frank Leone
Tango & Cash Ray Tango
Patrick Swayze Next of Kin Truman Gates
Road House James Dalton




Most nominations

13 nominations

8 nominations

7 nominations

5 nominations

4 nominations

3 nominations

2 nominations


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