Actors Who Actually Won Razzies And Oscars

Established in 1929, The Academy Award of Merit, also known as the Oscar, is presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS) to honor the finest artists working in feature films. Why it is known as the Oscar is disputed, but the most commonly accepted legend is that a secretary working for The Academy saw the first sculpted award - a golden statuette of a bald man clutching a sword - and declared "He looks just like my Uncle Oscar!"

Founded in 1980 as a joke at the Oscar Awards viewing party of Hollywood publicist John J. B. Wilson, the Golden Raspberry Awards (or The Razzies for short) have grown into an institution in their own right. It's far less exclusive than the AMPAS - anyone willing to pay the $40 membership fee can join The Razzie Academy. The Razzies routinely dishonor Hollywood's worst - endless sequels, pretentious passion projects, and the promotion of special-effects over story.

Surprisingly, there have been few occasions when an Oscar winner has also been won a Razzie. So few, in fact, that we felt compelled to compile a list of those rare few individuals honored as both The Best of the Best and The Worst of the Worst.