Jonah Hill has been confirmed as the actor using the most profanity onscreen in Hollywood.
A report from Buzz Bingo crunched the numbers from over 3,500 film scripts to identify which movies have the most swear words, and which actors use them.
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Hill has used swear words 376 times across his career, the report states. The Superbad and Wolf of Wall Street actor is closely followed by Leonardo DiCaprio with a count of 361 total swear words, and Samuel L. Jackson with 301.
The film with the most swear words is Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street (totting up a total of 715). The runner-up is Uncut Gems, the Adam Sandler-starring thrill ride directed by Josh and Benny Safdie.
According to the report, there has been a steady increase of profanity on the big screen over the decades since 1940, peaking in the ’90s.
Jonah Hill made his directorial debut last year with mid90s, a nostalgic look at the coming of age of a teenage boy in amidst LA skating culture.