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With the release of this new list, it’s safe to say that New Jersey gives a lot of you-know-whats.

A New Jersey star has been crowned the king of f-bombs. Joe Pesci is the actor who has dropped the most f-bombs in his films. The New Jersey native topped the list, which was compiled by Crossword-Solver, a website that surveyed online scripts to find out how many times actors say “f—,” “s—” and “hell” in movies.

The survey, which looked at almost 3,000 scripts, found that Pesci said “f—” 272 times in those films, the most of any actor in the scripts. But, the even more interesting fact was that 241 of those f-bombs came from just one film, Casino.

Pesci was born in Newark and grew up in Belleville. He played Nicky Santoro in the 1995 movie, which was directed by Martin Scorsese, and co-starred Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone.

The actor won an Oscar in 1991 for playing Tommy DeVito in Scorsese’s Goodfellas and was nominated again for playing Russell Bufalino in Scorsese’s The Irishman in 2019.

Pesci is set to star on a forthcoming Peacock series Bupkis starring Pete Davidson and Edie Falco. He plays grandfather to Davidson’s character in the show, which is loosely based on the Saturday Night Live alum’s life.

Pesci is not the only New Jersey actor that made the list. Take a look at the full list actors who said the most f-bombs in their films below:

Please note: The survey of movie scripts was limited to those available online to the public, which means it did not include every film an actor has made.

  • Al Pacino

    "Heat" Premiere - 2022 Tribeca Festival

    F-Bombs: 197 and 68 were from Donnie Brasco.

  • Jason Mewes (NJ Native)

    "Clerks III" Premiere

    F-Bombs: 183 and 138 of them were from Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

  • Jonah Hill

    "Mid 90's" Press Conference - 69th Berlinale International Film Festival

    F-Bombs: 183 and 59 were from Get Him to the Greek.

  • Leonardo DiCaprio

    Netflix's "Don't Look Up" World Premiere

    F-Bombs: 144 and 96 of them were from The Wolf of Wall Street.

  • Seth Rogan

    74th Primetime Emmys - Arrivals

    F-Bombs: 140 and 39 were from Pineapple Express.

  • Danny McBride

    Los Angeles Premiere Of New HBO Series "The Righteous Gemstones" - Arrivals

    F-Bombs: 131 and 45 were from 30 Minutes or Less.

  • Ben Affleck

    Los Angeles Special Screening Of "Marry Me"

    F-Bombs: 126 and 38 were from Good Will Hunting.

  • John Goodman

    SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations: "Black Earth Rising"

    F-Bombs: 113 and 61 were from The Big Lebowski.

  • Jason Bateman

    "OZARK: The Final Episodes" Los Angeles Special FYSEE Event - Red Carpet

    F-Bombs: 109 and 62 were from Bad Words.

  • Ryan Reynolds

    Cannes Lions Lumiere Sessions - Day 3

    F-Bombs: 104 and 77 were from The Change Up.

  • James Franco

    HBO's "The Deuce" New York Screening

    F-Bombs: 103 and 83 were from Pineapple Express.

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    Paramount+ And 101 Studios Celebrate The World Premiere Of "1883" At Wynn Las Vegas

    F-Bombs: 94 and 84 of those were used for Bad Santa.

  • Robert De Niro

    "Amsterdam" World Premiere

    F-Bombs: 94 and 27 of those were used for The Comedian.

  • Edward Norton

    31st Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival - Talking Pictures Screening "Motherless Brooklyn"

    F-Bombs: 93 and 49 were used for American History X.

  • George Clooney

    Clooney Foundation For Justice Inaugural Albie Awards - Arrivals

    F-Bombs: 87 and 51 were used for From Dusk Til Dawn.

  • Ian Roberts

    "Three Thousand Years Of Longing"  Sydney Premiere - Arrivals

    (pictured to the left)

    F-Bombs: 87 and all 87 of them were used in Hate Crime.

  • Shia Labeouf

    Premiere Of Amazon Studios "Honey Boy" - Red Carpet

    F-Bombs: 86 and 75 were used for Honey Boy.

  • Brad Pitt

    "Blonde" Red Carpet - 79th Venice International Film Festival

    F-Bombs: 85 and 34 were used for Se7en.

  • Samuel L. Jackson

    "The Piano Lesson" Broadway Photocall

    F-Bombs: 85 and 56 were used in Pulp Ficton.

  • Mark Wahlberg

    Los Angeles Premiere Of Netflix's "Me Time" - Arrivals

    F-Bombs: 84 and 37 were used in The Gambler.

  • Joaquin Phoenix

    2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals

    F-Bombs: 79 and 37 were used for We Own the Night.

  • Jason Lee

    Hallmark Hall Of Fame's "Away & Back" Exclusive Premiere Event

    F-Bombs: 75 and 49 were used in Chasing Amy.

  • Matt Damon

    Deadline Contenders Film: New York - Panels

    F-Bombs: 75 and 30 were used in The Departed.

  • Steve Buscemi

    "The Year Between" Premiere - 2022 Tribeca Festival

    F-Bombs: 74 and 43 were used in Reservoir Dogs.

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