Remember back when you were young and full of dreams, mainly the one about how you were going to be famous or at least get on The Real World? Somewhere between then and now, someone dissuaded you from moving to Hollywood and auditioning for flu medicine commercials a.k.a. waiting tables. You gave up the idea of your name flashing on the big screen during the credits of any of The Fast and the Furious movies. But, if this supercut of very famous people being terrible at their jobs is anything to go by, you still have a shot at stardom! Prepare to cringe for the next two minutes.


Emmanuel Hapsis

Emmanuel Hapsis studied creative writing at University of Maryland, College Park and went on to receive his MFA in the field from California College of the Arts. After a few years of odd jobs, he landed at KQED, where he worked his way up from an intern to being the lead producer of a literature podcast and then the creator and editor of KQED Pop. In his free time, he teaches yoga and sings his heart out at karaoke.

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