To declare the worst actor of 2015, I had a couple of criteria. I wanted an actor who had more than one bad performance, as well as an actor who didn't have a single bad performance. Johnny Depp was awful in Mortdecai, for instance, but he redeemed himself in Black Mass. So, the search was on. Adam Sandler made the list thanks to Pixels, The Ridiculous 6, The Cobbler, and Hotel Transylvania 2. Hayden Christensen had a terrible year, leading 90 Minutes in Heaven, Outcast, and American Heist. Kevin James went from returning to the Paul Blart franchise to inexplicably being the President of the United States to then trying to seduce a woman whose husband was overseas at war. And he had this awful mustache for a couple of the roles. Nicolas Cage is still apparently paying off debt, and he was forced into awful roles in The Runner, Outcast, and Pay the Ghost. Finally, Ryan Guzman was one of the worst things in two lousy films, The Boy Next Door and Jem and the Holograms.