Roommates from Hell
DENZEL WASHINGTON: "I won't tell you his name, but he had real bad-smelling feet. Bad, bad feet."
SARA RUE (Less Than Perfect): "A friend of a friend moved in and slept underneath the bed with boxes pulled around her. You could never find her, then you'd see a box scooch out and she'd say, 'I'm sleeping!' It was the creepiest thing in the world."
JON LOVITZ: "I had one in L.A. who lied and said he was moving out. I couldn't find [a replacement], so I had to move. Then he went behind my back to the landlord and got a new lease. Now he's an agent."
JASON BATEMAN (Arrested Development): "I had one who ended up sleeping with a stalker of mine while I was out of town."
CHLOE SEVIGNY: "In my first apartment in New York, this one girl left me notes like, 'Did you steal my lipstick?' or 'Clean up after yourself.' "
CRAIG KILBORN: "I roomed with a basketball teammate at Montana State. He was a 7-footer from Canada. No matter how much he washed his hair, it didn't seem to get clean. Once the other team yelled, 'Put Greaseball in!' "
TAYE DIGGS: "I had one roommate at Syracuse who used to pick his toenails on my pillow."
EDIE FALCO: "I put out ads, and one guy turned out to be a psychopath. I'd come home and he'd be sitting on my bed watching my television. I asked him not to do that and put a lock on my door. Next time I came home, the lock had been broken. Then I called the cops."
DAVID COPPERFIELD: "I had a girlfriend who was a terrible roommate because of her unnecessary whining. So I made her disappear. Actually she made me disappear."
SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT: "There was a guy in L.A. who used to order huge pizzas. He'd eat half the pizza, close the box, slide it under the couch and eat the other half the next morning. It was gross."
NICKY HILTON: "My two younger brothers [Barron and Conrad]. They would listen to my phone calls, steal my videos and just be annoying."
CARSON DALY: "I had one that dealt drugs and stole everything—the furniture, the alarm system, even the washer. The place was gutted. I never saw him again."
AISHA TYLER (Friends): "I had one in college who did dishes in cold water because she thought it got the soap off [better]. It sure didn't get the food off. We literally had little families living in our dishes."
CLAY AIKEN: "I had a roommate who reused toilet paper. He left it on the counter once."