14 Actors Who Turned Down Roles They Found Offensive, Uncomfortable, Or A Better Fit For Someone Else To Play

About three days into his role as the titular character’s voice in Howard the Duck, Robin Williams quit out of frustration because he was “being handcuffed in order to match the flapping duck’s bill.” The puppet’s mouth movements had already been filmed to match the puppeteers’ bland delivery of the lines, essentially rendering the comedian’s iconic improvisation style impossible.

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