7. Shannen Doherty
Shannen Doherty played the popular Brenda Walsh on the hit show Beverly Hills 90210, but behind the scenes she was constantly getting into fights with her cast mates.
By the end of the show’s third season, she got into a huge fight with co-star Jennie Garth, and another colleague, Tori Spelling, decided to tell her father – Aaron Spelling, who was also the producer of the show – that it was time to let Doherty go.
8. Kevin Spacey
After several men came forward alleging that Kevin Spacey had made unwanted advancements towards them and/or sexually harassed them, Netflix decided it will stop working with the actor in any capacity.
Spacey was removed from the last season of House of Cards, and his movie Gore was shelved as well.
9. Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen has led Two and a Half Men to success during its first seven seasons, but in his personal life he was involved in many scandals, failed his drug rehabilitation plan, and finally denounced the show’s creator, Chuck Lorre, during a radio interview.
Producers decided it was time to let him go, and Ashton Kutcher joined the show as Sheen’s replacement (but as a new character).
10. Janet Hubert
Janet Hubert was the ‘original’ Aunt Viv in The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, but on season 4 the show’s viewers were shocked to discover that a different actress - Daphne Maxwell Reid - was suddenly playing Will Smith’s aunt.
According to Hubert, Smith was the one who got her fired because the two didn’t get along.