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25 Actors Who Regret Their Roles in Movies & TV

Not every actor likes to see themselves on screen – but some don’t even like to remember that they participated in a production altogether.

Over the years, many different stars have revealed in magazine interviews and through podcast and TV appearances that they don’t always love the movie and TV roles they took on in the past…even if the roles might be some of their most iconic and memorable works.

Sometimes, the stars have doubts about their performance. Or, they had poor experiences with their co-stars or directors. And in other cases, they just decided that the script wasn’t all that good looking back. In any case, they’ve all since come out and said they don’t necessarily love their appearances in certain films and TV shows.

If you’re interested in learning about other artists who don’t care for their own work, find out which musicians don’t like their own biggest hits.

Click through to see which actors reconsidered and regretted their roles years later…

Jim Carrey Will Stop Writing Political Cartoons After New Administration Takes Over

Jim Carrey is putting away his pen.

The 59-year-old prolific actor has announced he will not be sharing, or writing any more political cartoons.

Jim had been posting a lot of them, poking fun and pointing out the fallacies throughout Donald Trump‘s presidency, which ended in 2020.

“For the past 4 yrs, among other commitments, I put considerable effort into this collection of political protest cartoons. It truly feels as though you and I have crossed an ocean of outrage together…but something tells me it’s time to rest my social media gavel and reclaim a little neurological bandwidth,” he wrote in a message to fans on social media this weekend.

Jim continued, “If it seemed like I was ignoring my main Twitter followers here and outside the US and Canada in my quest to rid our democracy of ‘Orange Julius Caesar’ and his Empire of Lies, it was not my intention.”

“I just assumed that a radicalized America is a threat to us all. When a madman grabs the wheel of the bus loaded with innocent passengers and threatens to drive it off a cliff, it tends to steal everyone’s focus.”

Jim shared his first political cartoon in 2017 and told Vulture that expressing his views frequently got him in trouble.

“There was a lot of pressure from my management: ‘Don’t mess this up. You’ve got goodwill in the world. People love you. You start talking about politics or whatever issues, you’re gonna lose half your audience.’ I say: lose them,” he shared.

There’s one movie role that Jim admits he regrets. See what it was here…

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'Saturday Night Live' Reveals Who is Now Playing Joe Biden After Jim Carrey's Term Ends

Saturday Night Live has a new Joe Biden.

On Saturday afternoon (December 19), Jim Carrey announced that his time playing the President-Elect had come to an end.

Since the season premiere back in September, Jim has been portraying Biden throughout the election.

Later that night, SNL revealed their replacement with cast member Alex Moffat stepping in as the new Biden.

During the Cold Open, Alex hit the stage sporting a boot his leg – like Biden who recently fractured his ankle.

Alex then poked fun at being the fifth actor to play Biden in less than 15 months.

“I’m like Colonel Sanders,” Alex as Biden said. “Every time you see me I’m a different guy. There’s a good chance this time next year imma be Mario Lopez.”

As of right now, it’s unclear if Alex Moffat is the permanent replace as Joe Biden or if it’s just a one episode gig. The role has previously been played by Jason Sudeikis, Woody Harrelson, and John Mulaney.

Jim Carrey Is Done Playing Joe Biden on 'SNL' - Read His Tweet

Jim Carrey has announced that he is officially stepping down from his role as Joe Biden on Saturday Night Live.

The 58-year-old actor appeared in the first six episodes of the SNL season as the presidential candidate, who was recently elected to be the next President of the United States.

Carrey has been absent from the two most recent episodes of the season and he revealed in a tweet on Saturday (December 19) that he is leaving the show.

Click inside to read his statement… More Here! »

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'SNL' Mocks Rudy Giuliani's 'Borat' Controversy & Final Presidential Debate - Watch! (Video)

Saturday Night Live is continuing to poke fun at politics amid the 2020 presidential election.

Jim Carrey‘s Joe Biden and Alec Baldwin‘s Donald Trump returned for a showdown in a spoof of this year’s final presidential debate on Saturday (October 24).

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Maya Rudolph played Kristen Walker, the moderator.

“Tonight we have a mute button, because it was either that or tranquilizer darts, and the president has a very high tolerance for those after his COVID treatment,” she joked.

Kate McKinnon did her Rudy Giuliani impression to poke fun at the former New York Mayor’s Borat 2 controversy, making a questionable gesture with his hand in his pants, before turning around to reveal that he was just adjusting his mic.

“What, huh? No! It’s not what it looks like. My microphone was suck. On my balls. Is this another Borat? You gotta tell me if it’s a Borat!”

Host Adele couldn’t stop laughing during this skit – watch!

'SNL' Pokes Fun at Trump & Biden's Dueling Town Halls - Watch! (Video)

Saturday Night Live is tackling the dueling town halls between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Saturday night’s episode (October 17) kicked off with a cold open playfully poking fun at the town halls, which made headlines for being scheduled at the exact same time amid protests from Hollywood to stagger the airings.

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The skit featured viewers flipping back and forth between the two.

“One town hall was a thoughtful, cogent discussion of the issues facing our country. The other featured President Trump,” the announcer said.

Savannah Guthrie, who earned social media praise for taking the President to task, was played by Kate McKinnon, while Jim Carrey played Biden. g>Alec Baldwin reprised his role as Trump, and Maya Rudolph played Kamala Harris.

One former cast member recently explained why she doesn’t miss being on SNL.

Alec Baldwin & Jim Carrey Face Off as Trump & Biden in 'SNL' Premiere - Watch!

Jim Carrey is making his debut as Joe Biden on Saturday Night Live!

The 58-year-old actor/comedian appeared on the season 46 premiere on Saturday (October 3) to face off with Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump to parody the Presidential Debate.

During the cold open, Alec as Trump constantly interrupted Jim as Biden any time he tried to say something. Then when Jim had a chance to speak, he would lose whatever thought he was planning on making.

About halfway through, Jim need a moment to find his zen, by listening to his meditation app – and Harry Styles made a brief appearance to read some ASMR!

For Alec‘s moment of zen, Cecily Strong appeared as Kimberly Guilfoyle to mock her speech at the RNC.

Maya Rudolph then hit the stage as Kamala Harris to interrupt the debate to play up her “Momala” role.

“I think if there’s one thing we learned tonight, it’s that America needs a WAP: woman as president,” Maya said. “But for now I’ll settle for HVPIC – hot vice president in charge.”