Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson Confirmed as Most Profane Actors in Hollywood

Someone has a potty mouth.

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Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson have claimed their titles as the most profane actors in Hollywood.

A report from Buzz Bingo has input the data of 3,500 film scripts to identify which films have the most swearing and keeps tabs on the actors that use them. Out of the three, Jonah Hill lands at the top, achieving a grand total of 376 swear words used throughout his career. Leonardo DiCaprio followed with a total count of 361. Interestingly, both actors had lead roles in the film with the most cussing: Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street that has 715 swear words. Finally, Samuel L. Jackson comes in third place with 301 swear words. Together, all three actors share a combined total of 1,038 swear words. Holy f**k indeed.

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