'''Basic Trope''': Whether the character is [[EnsembleDarkhorse liked]] or [[TheScrappy not]], the actor that plays him[=/=]her is strongly disliked.
* '''Straight''': The audience likes (or at least isn't hostile towards) Alice the character, but hates the actress behind her.
* '''Exaggerated''': The actress gets several metric tons of hate mail, and even death and/or rape threats.
* '''Downplayed''': Fans of the original series dislike Alice's casting in TheMovie or TheFilmOfTheBook, but some still appreciate the character.
* '''Justified''':
** The actress made some [[OvershadowedByControversy racially, politically, sexually, and/or religiously incendiary remarks]] to the press, or some such remarks were [[MisBlamed erroneously attributed to her]].
** The actress is a TeenIdol who (intentionally or otherwise) violated the rule of ContractualPurity in a big way.
** Alice's actress is a NiceCharacterMeanActor.
** Alice's actress committed (or is [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion alleged to have committed]]) a very serious crime in real life, such as [[MurderTropes homicide]] or [[PaedoHunt child-molestation]].
** The audience simply does not like her real-world fashion choices, or [[HollywoodPudgy her]] [[HollywoodThin figure]] or [[HollywoodHomely her looks]], or other petty things.
** Alice's actress is (rightly or wrongly) perceived as [[ItsPopularNowItSucks a sell-out]]
** Alice is TheScrappy, and the actress has been TypeCast in the audience's mind.
** Alice (a white person) [[RaceLift was selected to play the role of a Japanese character named "Sakura"]] in a live-action adaptation of ''AdjectiveNounFred'' (presumably due to {{Mukokuseki}}), and [[AudienceAlienatingPremise that doesn't sit well with people]].
* '''Inverted''':
** Whatever the feelings towards Alice, the audience really likes the actress behind Alice.
** Alice is SavedByTheFans because they love the actress behind her and want to see more of her.
* '''Subverted''':
** Alice's actress gets into a minor tabloid scandal, but it's overshadowed by another actor's larger scandal.
** Alternatively, the controversy is cleared up.
* '''Double Subverted''': But it still becomes a NeverLiveItDown incident.
* '''Parodied''': Alice's actress has to quit and move to a FarsideIsland...and even that's not enough.
* '''Zig Zagged''': The audience started off disliking the actress behind Alice, but after some time the actress herself was RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap and is now well liked. The ''character'' she's playing, however, starts getting more annoying as time goes on; so, now people only cope with her because they like the person behind her.
* '''Averted''': Alice's actress ''never'' gets any controversy, no matter what (or whom) she does.
* '''Enforced''': Alice's actress is the UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist of a sitcom, and Alice is the female lead of a ShowWithinAShow. The writers of the sitcom make it clear that Alice's actress is hated by the fans and most of her coworkers.
* '''Lampshaded''': ???
* '''Invoked''': She makes [[InternetBackdraft insensitive remarks at a press conference]], or on Website/{{Twitter}}.
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* '''Defied''': She knows that whatever her opinions on (controversial issue) may be, the audience may not necessarily agree with her. She is not a politician, and she doesn't want to alienate her fans, so she keeps mum on political issues or other hot-button topics.
* '''Discussed''': ???
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