Kanye isn’t known for being the world’s most pleasant human being, so it’s no surprise he made this list. When things don’t go his way, he becomes very pouty. He’s wracked up a long list of beefs over the years, but he’s most well-known for the time he interrupted Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech at the 2009 VMA.
Although it’s been more than a decade since the incident, it’ll be a while before he manages to live that off.
"William Shatner’s Comedy Central Roast" was the perfect opportunity to let his co-stars express the pent-up rage they’d kept bottled up for years. While on the set of "Star Trek," most of his co-stars hated him because he was such a jerk. He was even called “Captain Jerk” for not showing up to Leonard Nimoy’s funeral.
While taking part in conventions, Shatner's tremendous attitude was the star of the show. Discovering the way he acted toward his co-stars, it's hard to have respect for the man.
Unappreciative of His Fans
Being a multi-talent probably comes with some entitlement, which is why it doesn't surprise us that Jared Leto made this list. A fan who met the actor and rock star called him "totally arrogant, unappreciative of his fans, and generally not a nice guy."
Another person claimed to have served him in a shop once, and they explained that the actor was very standoffish and stared at them the whole time.
Jennifer Aniston Is Less Than Picture Perfect
Jennifer Aniston was less than picture-perfect on the set of the 1997 rom-com by the same name. Jay Mohr shared a story about working with her, describing how unhappy she was when she discovered that he would be playing her on-screen love interest.
Aniston's behavior on-set led Mohr to tears, and according to the actor, Aniston pointed directly at him and screamed in his face. "...The one guy I hate, that’s the guy they hire. HIM!” Jennifer never stopped bad-mouthing her costar.
Not a Team Player
Edward Norton has a reputation for being extremely ill-mannered. In fact, rumors state his behavior was why Marvel decided not to reprise his role as The Hulk in "The Avengers."
The president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, said that Norton was not a team player and that the studio was looking for an actor who was willing to work side by side with an A-list cast. To top that off, Norton claimed that he wrote the movie "Frida" and denied credit to those who rightfully did within the Writer's Guild.