Worst Actress

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Pia Zadora - Awards and Nominations - Golden Raspberry Awards
... Won Worst New Star, Butterfly (1983) Won Worst Actress, Butterfly (1983) Won Worst Actress, The Lonely Lady (1984) Won Worst New Star of the Decade ...
All About Steve - Reception - Awards and Nominations
... The film was nominated for five Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture, Worst Director (Phil Traill), Worst Actress (Sandra Bullock), Worst Screenplay (Kim Barker), and Worst Screen Couple (Sandra ... All About Steve ultimately won Worst Actress and Worst Screen Couple ... Sandra Bullock accepted the Razzie for Worst Actress, giving out a copy of All About Steve to each member of the audience, promising to attend next year if they all watched to ...
Bo Derek - Career - Acting
... after the two started dating, John divorced his wife, actress Linda Evans, and he and a young Cathleen moved to Germany so that John would not be ... Some disbelieved that it was the then famous Bo Derek starring in the film because the lead actress was a brunette and billed as "Kathleen Collins" ... (along with Faye Dunaway for Mommie Dearest) won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress ...
List Of Accolades Received By Jennifer Lopez - Golden Raspberry Awards
... work Award Result 2001 The Wedding Planner Angel Eyes Worst Actress Nominated 2002 Maid In Manhattan Enough Nominated 2003 Gigli Worst Screen Couple (with Ben Affleck) Won Worst Actress Won 2006 ...
Golden Raspberry Award For Worst Actress
... The Razzie Award for Worst Actress is an award presented at the annual Golden Raspberry Awards to the worst actress of the previous year ... The actress with most Razzies is Madonna with five ... for All About Steve both were also winners of the Academy Award for Best Actress, the former for Monster's Ball, and the latter for The Blind Side, which she won ...

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