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Working on television can be a great experience, but some actors end up with serious misgivings about particular shows on which they appeared. From teen stars to legendary comedians, there are a whole lot of actors who seriously regret playing in certain TV shows.

When Mischa Barton took on a lead role on the teen soap The O.C. she was already a star in-the-making. The show chronicled the lifestyles of the rich and famous in Southern California's Orange County.

As Marissa Cooper, the rich, beautiful, and troubled girl next door, Barton strikes up a relationship with brooding outsider Ryan Atwood, played by Ben McKenzie, becomes friends with Seth Cohen and Summer Roberts, played by Adam Brody and Rachel Bilson, and deals with school, drinking problems, and plenty of ups and downs with her dramatic and difficult parents.

Barton left the show during its third season after her character was killed in a car crash. She later admitted that if she could do it all over again, she probably wouldn't have taken the role.

Though McKenzie, Brody, and Bilson were firmly in their twenties during their time on the The O.C., Barton was just 17 when she started, and in retrospect, she said:

"People say be grateful for what you have, but it certainly was not the kind of thing I was expecting it to be."

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Read Full Article: https://www.looper.com/157427/tv-shows-famous-actors-regret-doing/

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