Want to know what it takes to get a video removed from YouTube? Just ask Shia LaBeouf. His extremely explicit teaser trailer for the upcoming film Nymphomaniac was so over-the-top lewd, it was briefly banned from YouTube after breaching its rules on nudity and sexual content. The short clip from Lars von Trier’s newest feature has since been reinstated on the site, but kudos are still deserved for the filmmaker.

Anyone that mixes hardcore celebrity sex with a split-screen view of tiger eating a deer has my vote for Director of the Year. If you missed the clip or have no idea what I’m talking about, check it out here. But LaBeouf is hardly the first person to take on such a sex-filled role in their career. In fact, here are six actors who have some of the most scandalous roles in Hollywood under their belts.

6. Amanda Seyfried, Lovelace

1972’s Deep Throat introduced the world to adult film superstar Linda Lovelace. In the 2013 biopic Lovelace, Amanda Seyfried steps into the title role of the infamous porn star. Chronicling Lovelace’s life in her 20s and 30s, the film delves into some of the more unsavory aspects of the industry including lying, cheating, and abuse. Nonetheless, there is plenty of nudity and plenty of NSFW scenes with Seyfried sitting front and center.

5. Salma Hayek, From Dust Till Dawn

Robert Rodriguez’s mid-nighties classic From Dust Till Dawn might star George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino as two brothers that accidently stumble on a town filled with vampires, but it’s Salma Hayek who truly steals the show. The Oscar- nominated Mexican bombshell plays a vampire stripper. Her hot and steamy personality is put on display when she unleashes a no holds barred table dance complete with a boa constrictor and pasties.

4. Kate Winslet, The Reader

It’s pretty hard to forget Kate Winslet posing nude for Leonardo DiCaprio in the 1997 Oscar winning romance Titanic, but eleven years later she had another memorable nude scene in her critically-acclaimed film The Reader. In the movie, Winslet plays an older woman who seduces a much younger boy during World War Two. The actress won an Oscar for her turn as Hanna Schmitz and subsequently proved that nudity can definitely be considered high art.

3. Mark Wahlberg, Boogie Nights

Long before Mark Wahlberg developed the tough guy persona we know today, the actor played fledgling porn star Dirk Diggler in this Paul Thomas Anderson film. With a knockout cast including Burt Reynolds, Julianne Moore, Don Cheadle and John C. Reilly, no one gets into the mind, body, and spirit of his role quite like Wahlberg. Whether he’s going at it with a girl wearing only roller-skates or watching a couple make love during an otherwise prim and proper house party, Wahlberg fully embodies how the 1970s viewed sexuality.

2. Michael Fassbender, Shame

Steve McQueen’s cautionary tale analyzes the crippling effects sex addiction has on a person. It stars Michael Fassbender as Brandon, a slick New York City denizen with an incredibly lascivious private life. McQueen’s story is a picture of excess, as Fassbender basically spends 100 minutes plowing through woman after woman in the most extreme ways possible. He doesn’t pick and choose. He doesn’t care. He just wants to bang. And for that, his shameful character results in a ridiculously scandalous performance.

1. Joseph Gordon Levitt, Don Jon

Ever since prancing around Los Angeles singing about love and romance in Marc Webb’s (500) Days of Summer, Gordon-Levitt has broken out as being a Hollywood sweetheart. His writing and directing debut Don Jon effectively reverses this typecast. Gordon-Levitt’s Jon protagonist is one of the most despicable, perverted characters I have ever seen on the silver screen. He basically lives his life as if he were part of the latest Grand Theft Auto game. He cares about “his body, his pad, his ride, his family, his church, his boys, his girls, and – most importantly – his porn.”

Jon loves his porn. He’s obsessed. Yet, while his character is so despicable, Gordon-Levitt can’t help but come off as being endearing. More than his denim centric dress code and greasy hair-do, the actor adds just enough over the top ignorance to his unacceptable behavior in order to make this Jersey Shore wannabe seem like a fun guy to hang out with.