Elizabeth Berkley in Showgirls (1995)

From 1989 to 1993, Elizabeth Berkley was brainy but semi-neurotic Jessie Spano in 75 episodes of Saved By The Bell. But when NBC canceled the series, Berkley (then 23) sought mature roles and found one in Showgirls—the only NC-17 movie ever widely released. Berkley won the part over a young Charlize Theron, but Showgirls tanked and incited brutal reviews. Berkley took home Razzies for "Worst Actress" and "Worst New Star" to go with the film's record 13 nominations and seven "wins" including Worst Picture and, eventually, Worst Picture of the Decade. Director Paul Verhoeven said Hollywood unfairly "turned its back" on Berkley, who quickly fell from big-budget features to Lifetime Original Movies. Although she's sporadically popped up in small parts on CSI: Miami, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The L Word, it's not like you'd catch Charlize Theron on Dancing With the Stars. Berkley, however, finished sixth in 2013.