American Stars Who Were Fired From Their Jobs

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By Hemaja Burud

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Nick Cannon


Nick Cannon was fired from ViacomCBS in July 2020 after making anti-Semitic comments on his podcast "Cannon's Class."

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Roseanne Barr


Roseanne Barr's eponymous show was cancelled by ABC in 2018 because she made a racist remark regarding Valerie Jarrett

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Julianne Moore 


Moore was slated to feature in Can You Ever Forgive Me? in 2018, but she was dismissed and replaced by Melissa McCarthy.

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Lisa Kudrow


The Mad About You alum stated that she was scheduled to play Roz Doyle on Frasier before the pilot production was cancelled.

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Gina Carano


The actress, who portrayed Cara Dune, was chastised for sharing divisive social media messages, one of which compared current Republicans to Jews

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Johnny Depp


Johnny Depp was fired from the third Fantastic Beasts picture after a court decided that he physically attacked ex-wife Amber Heard at least 12 times in 2020.

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Nick Cannon


Due to anti-Semitic statements he made on his "Cannon's Class" podcast, ViacomCBS announced that they will cancel their standing collaboration with the Masked Singer

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Mark Webber


Webber was set to co-star in ABC's hour-long drama Stumptown with Cobie Smulders, but he was eventually replaced by New Girl alum Jake Johnson.

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Dee Nguyen


MTV said it end its relationship with the Challenge star in June 2020. "As a result of Dee Nguyen's derogatory remarks towards the Black Lives Matter movement,

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Hartley Sawyer


Following the revelation of many homophobic and racist comments, the actor was sacked from The Flash in June 2020.

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