It's his voice that makes him distinct, and it's his voice that makes it hard to listen. Anyone who saw him in Problem Child can agree he was perfectly cast for that, as well as Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas, but mostly it's just a bad idea to cast him anywhere money is at stake.
We'll give her Sister Act, obviously, but Sister Act 2, no way. From there it's been a steady decline, now with her as Editor-in-Chief of the new "Ninja Turtle" atrocities, which focus solely on bad casting. Although, we won't take away the fact that she was funny as hell in Ghost.
His name contains two words that could aptly describe how we feel about him in movies, but then again he seems to have vanished off the Earth, so who cares?
We loved this little frat boy when he started out, possibly one of the greats when it comes to active comedy, but the acting roles as the dickhead brother in Dan in Real Life and a Home Depot screw off in Employee of the Month were too hard to bear, even if girls like Jessica Simpson and Jessica Alba looked ridiculous in them.
This needs no explanation. He was unbearable being himself on a talk show, let alone acting terribly as someone else.
Don't try to pretend like you didn't love Biodome when you were little. Of course, we really just loved the hotties in khaki jumpsuit. Pauly Shore was always a bit of a train wreck, but he was our train wreck. How did that guy ever get work?
There's so much we could say about Scott Thompson, but we're terrified he'll have a big orange roid rage on us. Loved him in Dennis the Menace Strikes Again, though. Right?
Dirty Work, Billy Madison. These were important movies once upon a time. Looking back now we realize Norm played the same character in everything he did: the monotone flunky who couldn't get a laugh out of us. Norm killed it as the host of Weekend Update on SNL, but everything else has been a fart in a windstorm.
He's like the Michael Buble of comedy, where his enthusiasm as a TV host is almost scary, but not nearly as scary as him acting in Rob Zombie's Halloween 2.
He's on this list for very...different reasons. Loved The Cosby Show, though. But yeah, he's a piece of garbage as a person.