These 10 Actors Need To Fire Their Agents

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They say an actor is only as good as his agent. Well, they don’t really say that, but they should. Sometimes actors get stuck in a downward spiral of bad movies and you can just watch all the acting potential go to waste.

 

I mean, sometimes actors pick “bad” roles for the heck of it. It can be pretty fun to ease up on all the dramatic acting for a while and just do a stupid comedy. But then there’s also the “it’s for the money, isn’t it?” type of movies where an actor is literally putting their reputation on the line for a hefty paycheck.

 

Let’s take a look at some actors that really need to get a new agent. Yesterday.

 

 

10. Jim Carrey
Well, let’s face it: people aren’t impressed by making a funny face anymore. The days of Ace Ventura are decades (literally) behind us. JC’s biggest mistake was probably not doing more real acting. He was amazing in The Number 23, The Truman Show and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

 

 

9. Forest Whitaker
This guy won an Oscar back in the day. Seems like that was thousands of years ago, doesn’t it? He hasn’t really done anything noteworthy in a decade and even his role in Rogue One was anything but memorable. And if you can’t make a career out of starring in Star Wars movies, you might as well be Hayden Christensen.


8. Nicolas Cage
This guy has essentially become a parody of himself. This is a textbook example of an actor in need of an agent that will teach him to say no to certain projects and in Nick’s case, a good shrink and a great financial manager thrown in to boot.

 

 

7. Adrien Brody
The youngest actor to ever win the academy award for best actor, it’s pretty ridiculous that this guy has been reduced to starring in awful B-list movies.

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