8 most narcissistic Hollyweirdos

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Most actors are narcissistic.

But the eight below are among the most narcissistic and arrogant.

  1. Gwyneth Paltrow:
    • Voted for Obama.
    • Raised campaign $ for Hillary Clinton.
    • “I am who I am. I can’t pretend to be somebody who makes $25,000 a year.”
    • “I think to have a regular job and be a mom is not as [difficult as being an actress]. Of course there are challenges, but it’s not being on set.”
  2. Faye Dunaway:
    • “Don’t you know who I am?”
    • In 1980, Dunaway had a son, Liam, with her second husband, British photographer Terry O’Neill. “In 2003, despite Dunaway’s earlier indications that she had given birth to Liam, Terry O’Neill revealed that their son was adopted.” –Wikipeida
    • I know Dunaway, 77, has had many plastic surgeries, but what can account for why her philtrum (the area of the face between the nose and the upper lip) became so preternaturally long?
  3. Miles Teller (who’s dat?):
    • “I was thinking about how I probably think I’m better-looking than the public thinks I am.”
  4. Catherine Zeta-Jones:
    • “A million dollars isn’t a lot of money for people like us.”
    • “One thing I’m not is humble anymore. I’m sick of being humble. I really am. ‘So sorry I’m rich, so sorry I’m married to a movie star, so sorry I’m not so bad looking.’ No sorrys. Enough.”
  5. James Cameron:
    • “I’m the king of the world! Whoo!”
  6. Shannen Doherty:
    • “Really? A town car? You send a town car to take me to the airport, not a limo?”
  7. Katherine Heigl
  8. Kanye West

Stop feeding their already bloated egos by watching their movies/TV or listening to their music/rap.


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23 responses to “8 most narcissistic Hollyweirdos

  1. But what about Lena.

  2. What can you say about the logic of giving mass amount of the available work and money to one person when there are billions of people on the planet earth?
    Has anyone figured out why the general public should be deeply obsessed with certain individuals?

    • Personally, I have NEVER understood celebrity. But then, I’ve never understood the attraction of team sports or the over-paid people who play them either.

      The fact that there are magazines and websites devoted to phony people is a bit weird. Maybe for some it is easier to live vicariously through someone else than it is to participate in one’s own life.

  3. Wow, how sad to be your own judge and jury, I believe it tends to distort one’s view.

  4. There is a reason for all Celebrities . Who would those Con artists sell their over priced paintings to, if not for them?

  5. If you want to list Hollywood narcissists its going to take a MUCH longer page. We small people have to wake up and stop supporting these idiots, yes idiots who read other people’s words without an original thought in their heads.

  6. Wait! Where’s the rating thing?
    10 stars!
    Point taken, but….
    But why these ‘stars’, and not a zillion others?
    (As an aside- I’m still having to sign in each time…and they don’t always register my votes…)

    • I don’t know why some readers have to sign in each time they comment, while others don’t have to after their first comment has been approved and published (which is FOTM‘s rule for comments). Does anyone know?

      • I don’t “know” but I suspect the system doesn’t recognize their log in. They should look in the upper right of the screen to see if they’re logged in. If not they could go to the settings.

        By the way, is the rating feature turned off deliberately?

    • I don’t know it just started sometime today.

  7. They are celebrities because people talk about them and people talk about them because they are celebrities. That’s it…

  8. I remember being a kid and learning how people before Jesus worshipped false idols- it seemed crazy to me. But now here we are, with people basically worshipping these false idols… celebrities!

  9. Out of these eight people I only knew for them by name; the Kenye West person I think is a rapper, not a movie star, but I really don’t know. From what little I know of my own experience in college theatrical productions, or from reading in-depth articles by analysts, it seems to me that these people are overwhelmingly not very secure or stable, psychologically speaking, which takes in spiritual, emotional, and intellectual Realms of Our Lives.

    Therefore, do validate their existence to themselves they act out their fantasies of self and expect us to take them as valid reasons to understand them sympathetically. But I don’t see it that way, not at all.

    Of the people I’ve known first-hand and those of whom I read about, it seems to me they started early on in their life to project another kind of life for themselves, one that was more real than the empty shell they were living inside.

    As a result, they became adept at mimicking others, starting with family & friends but then moving on to movie stars and other celebrities.

    The problem with this of course, is that all the while one is developing facile ability to copycat others, then one has lost the time they needed to develop their own persona instead. The result of course are the pathetic shallow people we are considering tonight.

  10. I’ve heard some of their names but probably couldn’t pick ’em out of a line-up.
    Guess they’re not as famous as they’re telling themselves.

  11. What will all their fame and money do for them when the SHTF?

  12. Kulak Deplorable Scum


  13. Catherine Zeta-Jones:

    “A million dollars isn’t a lot of money for people like us.”

    So why then are you selling crap on QVC if you’re so loaded???

  14. I have looked for my possible qualifications for attaining the status of narcissist for many years and have failed. I now see that as a good thing.


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