We usually think of stars as being beautiful people, but there's no denying that there are some very ugly celebrities! Ugly celebrities seem to come from every facet of show business. You'll find ugly singers, ugly comedians and lots of ugly actors. Especially in the case of actors, you'll find that these ugly celebrities didn't succeed because their good looks, they succeeded because of their ugly mugs! Many of these actors have turned their less than pleasing faces into their biggest asset, so let's take a look at some of show business's ugly celebrities.
Steve Buscemi Perhaps the first person that comes to mind when many movie-goers think of an ugly celebrity, Buscemi has starred in many movies and proven himself to be an extremely capable actor. While he's known for his comedy chops in movies like "The Wedding Singer," Buscemi can also play serious dramatic roles such as his part as Seymour in "Ghost World."
Mickey Rourke Rourke was a handsome leading man when he was younger, but a years of hard living and stints as a boxer have done a number on his face. Despite that, he's regained his popularity, even garnering an Oscar nomination for his role in 2010's "The Wrestler."
Linda Hunt She's had a recurring role as a judge on the hit TV show "The Practice" and was the first person to ever win an Academy Award for playing a role of the opposite sex for her part in "The Year of Living Dangerously." She's currently a regular on "NCIS: Los Angeles."
Danny DeVito DeVito first came to fame as the crabby Louie De Palma of "Taxi" and famously played Arnold Schwarzenegger's less-blessed twin in the movie "Twin".
Richard Kiel While he had various film and television roles starting in the 1950s (mostly monsters in horror flicks), Kiel is best known for playing the part of the iron-toothed "Jaws" in the James Bond movie "The Spy Who Loved Me."