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Is This the Saddest IMDb Profile Ever?

15 September 2010 2:53 PM, PDT | | See recent Worst Previews news »

Back in 1984, a TV movie called "Threads" premiered on BBC and has now made a star out of Anne Sellors, a woman who worked as an extra on the film, which is an account of a nuclear holocaust and its effect on the working class city of Sheffield, England. Sellors had a tiny role, which was also her only role in her short film career, but her IMDb profile has now been shared by thousands of people across the internet. The profile, being called "The Saddest Entry on IMDb," lists Sellors as the uncredited "Woman who urinates herself." Since 2005, she has skyrocketed from being the 1.2 millionth most popular actor on IMDb to 1,442nd thanks to her many fans. Check out her scene from "Threads" below. It is all the way at the end. Profile: (click to view) "Threads" Clip: »

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