Even the best actors are allowed a stinker now and then. In fact, more than a few can claim both an Oscar and a Razzie, which annually "honors" Hollywood's worst, on their resumes.
Sandra Bullock is the only actor to receive both an Oscar and a Razzie in the same year. In 2010, she received a Best Actress Oscar for "The Blindside."
That same year she "won" the Worst Actress Razzie award for "All About Steve," along with Worst Screen Couple with co-star Bradley Cooper.
Bullock is one of only a few stars who've shown up at the Razzies to accept an "award." In 2010 she brought along a wagon full of "All About Steve" DVDs for Razzie members.
Perhaps no actor has been as equally loved by the Oscars and the Razzies as Kevin Costner, who earned Best Director and Best Picture Oscars for "Dances With Wolves." He was also nominated for Best Actor for the film.
Yet, the Razzies like him even more, giving him Worst Actor, Director and Picture awards for "The Postman" in 1998 ...
... along with Worst Actor and Worst Remake for "Wyatt Earp" in 1995 and ...
... Worst Actor for "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" in 1992. He's also received various nominations over the years for "The Bodyguard," "Waterworld," "For Love of the Game," "Message in a Bottle" and "3,000 Miles To Graceland."
Halle Berry took home a historic Best Actress Oscar in 2002 for "Monster's Ball," becoming the first black woman to win the award.
She was "honored" again in 2005, this time with a Worst Actress Razzie for "Catwoman." Like Bullock, she showed up to accept, holding her Oscar in one hand and her Razzie in the other.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon took the Academy Awards by storm in 1998, winning a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for "Good Will Hunting."
Although Oscar has yet to come calling again for Affleck, he's gotten plenty of love from the Razzies, including a Worst Actor award in 2004 for three different movies: "Gigli" ...
... the sci-fi action thriller "Paycheck" and ...
... the superhero flick "Daredevil." He's also earned Razzie nominations for "Armageddon," "Pearl Harbor," "Jersey Girl" and "Surviving Christmas."
Nicole Kidman has received three Best Actress Oscar nominations so far in her career, winning for "The Hours" in 2003.
Although she's yet to win a Razzie all her own, she did share one with Will Ferrell in 2006 for Worst Screen Couple in "Bewitched."
Kevin Kline bucked Oscar's comedy curse, winning Best Supporting Actor for 1988's "A Fish Called Wanda."
Like Kidman, he got to share a Worst Screen Couple Razzie, this time in 2000 with Will Smith for "Wild Wild West." He was spared "victories" for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actress nominations for the same film.
Italian actor Roberto Benigni gave one of the most memorable acceptance speeches in Oscar history after winning Best Actor in 1999 for "Life is Beautiful."
In 2003 he earned four Razzie nominations for "Pinocchio," including Worst Director, Screen Couple and Screenplay. But he "won" only one, taking home the Worst Actor award.
Faye Dunaway's been nominated for three Best Actress Oscars, winning for "Network" in 1977.
She's also won two Razzies, one for "The Temp" in 1994 and another ...
... for playing Joan Crawford in 1981's "Mommie Dearest." She's also been nominated for six other Razzies, including Worst Actress of the Decade for the 1980s.
Marlon Brando was nominated for eight Academy Awards, winning twice, including in 1973 for "The Godfather" and ...
... in 1955 for "On the Waterfront."
But the great actor didn't escape the Razzies' notice, taking home Worst Actor for "The Island of Dr. Moreau" in 1997, one of four Razzie nominations in his career.
Charlton Heston was nominated for an Oscar only once, winning in 1960 for "Ben-Hur."
Heston similarly was nominated only once by the Razzies, winning Worst Actor in 2002 for roles in three movies: "Cats & Dogs," "The Planet of the Apes" remake and "Town & Country."
Liza Minelli won a Best Actress Oscar for 1972's "Cabaret."
She followed that up in 1989 with a Worst Actress "win" for roles in "Arthur 2: On the Rocks" and "Rent-a-Cop."
Laurence Olivier was one of the most respected actors ever, earning 11 Oscar nominations and winning once, Best Actor for 1948's "Hamlet."
Olivier has a much better "winning" percentage when it comes to the Razzies, winning both his nominations, including Worst Actor for playing Gen. Douglas MacArthur in 1981's "Inchon" ...
... and a Worst Supporting Actor "award" for his role in 1980's "The Jazz Singer," alongside Neil Diamond.