Mick Jagger and Madonna

Mick Jagger

Jagger makes periodic forays into the world of acting. He was OK in the 1970 film Performance but that was hardly surprising given that he was playing a rock star mired in a debauched world of sex and drugs. Not exactly stretching for Jagger given some of the antics the Stones used to get up to.

He played the Australian outlaw Ned Kelly in the 1970 film of the same name - his accent was excruciating. His 1992 science fiction film Freejack in which he plays a villain was universally panned.

He has an uncredited blink-and-you-miss-it cameo as an officer in Enigma, a successful British movie which he produced. Perhaps he has decided any future involvement in film ought to be restricted to an off-screen capacity. Thank you Mick.


She used to be the biggest female star in the world but she was never a great actress. Who now remembers Desperately Seeking Susan, Shanghai Surprise (which cost $17 million and made $2 million), Who's That Girl?, Body of Evidence or Dangerous Game? Who would want to?

However, credit where credit's due, she wasn't too bad in the enjoyable baseball comedy A League Of Their Own and was marginally better again in Alan Parker's Evita.

She's returning to feature films this year with the lead role in Love, Sex, Drugs & Money. Written and directed by none other than her husband, Guy Ritchie.

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