Dianne Wiest, the 66-year-old actress who won Oscars for best supporting actress in 1986 ("Hannah and Her Sisters") and in 1994 ("Bullets Over Broadway"), has revealed in a new interview with that she is having trouble paying her rent.
"I have to move out of my apartment soon," Wiest said, adding that work is coming in drips and drabs. In Hollywood she has been offered one type of role, she says, "a nice mom, and that's it. That's all that ever came, except in theatre."
But Wiest isn't the only actor to face financial hardship following Oscar success. Here are four other stars who have had money troubles since their award outing:
Last year The New Yorker revealed the news that “Captain Phillips” Oscar nominee Barkhad Abdi was actually broke. The Tom Hanks thriller went on to earn $55 million while Abdi was only paid $65,000. While promoting the film, the 29-year-old Somalian actor lived on a per diem and his suits were loaned to him. “Recently Abdi requested that he be