For a long time, Jeremy Piven remained close friends with his "Say Anything …" co-star John Cusack. In fact, the pair also worked together in movies like "Serendipity," "Grosse Point Blank" and "Runaway Jury." But they had a falling out in the mid-2000s when Jeremy scored his first of three Emmys for playing Ari Gold on "Entourage." Apparently, John didn't like being the less successful of the duo, after Jeremy had played second fiddle to John for decades. We guess John won't be seeing the big screen version of "Entourage," which Jeremy is currently filming, huh?
But haters gonna hate, and Jeremy hasn't let the falling out keep him down. He currently stars in the BBC series "Mr. Selfridge," and he has roles in two of this summer's most anticipated movies: "Edge of Darkness" and "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." The only thing that's kept Jeremy down has been a bout of hydrargyria, which he came down with in 2008 while appearing in the Broadway revival of "Speed-the-Plow." Jeremy claims he contracted the illness after eating fish twice a day for two decades.