Published On: Mon, Aug 31st, 2015

Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie top ‘Most Annoying’ List of actors

Tom Cruise annoying? Yep, number one

Tom Cruise annoying? Yep, number one

Ranker, the #1 online destination for crowdsourced rankings of everything, today released the results of its public poll to determine the Most Annoying A-List Actor. Despite the box office success of “Mission Impossible-Rogue Nation,” Tom Cruise topped the list ranking #1 across the board with all demographics.

Ranker’s poll is based on 63,170 votes on 72 personalities across film and television.  The poll closed on August 25 and the Top 20 Most Annoying Celebrities are as follows:


    1. Tom Cruise
      2. Angelina Jolie
      3. Adam Sandler
      4. Ben Stiller
      5. Shia LaBeouf
      6. Will Smith
      7. Kristen Stewart
      8. Tori Spelling
      9. Selena Gomez
      10. Gwyneth Paltrow

11.  Charlie Sheen

12. Renee Zellweger

13. Eva Longoria

14. Russell Crowe

15. George Clooney

16. Sean Penn

17. Jim Carrey

18. Anne Hathaway

19. Will Ferrell

20. Reese Witherspoon

The actors to rank lowest on the list include: Gene Hackman, Matthew Morrison, Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hanks and Jason Segel.


Ranker’s poll also reveals:

  • Men ranked Tori Spelling #2 and Gwyneth Paltrow #3.
  • Among Women’s top 10 picks were Gwyneth Paltrow and Renee Zellweger
  • Millennial voters ranked Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Charlie Sheen among their top 10.
  • Baby Boomers included Mel Gibson, Whoopi Goldberg, and Zac Efron in their top 10.
  • West Coasters voted Lea Michele among their top 10.
  • East Coasters had a difference of opinion, ranking Jim Carrey, Nicolas Cage, Will Ferrell
  • and George Clooney in their top 10.

The poll asked voters to focus less on actual acting performances and to consider criteria such as how they handle themselves more generally, including in the media and interviews, using their stardom to influence or as a platform, and other behavior that makes them personally irritating.

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