1. Eddie Murphy - Eddie Murphy has created a steady line of work since starring in "Saturday Night Live" in the 1980s and creating a string of comic hits like the films, "Trading Places," "Beverly Hills Cop," "48 Hours" and "Coming to America." And along with his signature laugh, he's as recognizable as he was 30 years ago.
But Forbes said his last three films, "Imagine That," "A Thousand Words" and "Meet Dave," have carried a "low return on investment" of 2.3. By Forbes' account, for every dollar Murphy was paid for his last three films, his films returned an average of $2.30.