Alec Baldwin has always been known as one of the finest actors working in Hollywood -- as well as one who continuously gets himself into trouble.
Tuesday marks just the latest event in his troubled timeline: MSNBC has ended Baldwin's show "Up Late," presumably following the uproar from his alleged homophobic remarks he hurled at a photographer.
An MSNBC spokesperson and Baldwin's rep, Matthew Hiltzik, jointly confirmed to HLN that "'Up Late' will not continue on MSNBC.” The MSNBC spokesperson added: “This is a mutual parting and we wish Alec all the best.”
Baldwin was initially suspended from his show for two weeks following the alleged anti-gay outburst, though he denied ever saying it. This is not Baldwin's first time getting in trouble over his words, however.
From hateful voicemails to his daughter to being kicked off a plane for playing the game Words with Friends, Baldwin is distinctly familiar with the term "foot-in-mouth syndrome." Check out a reverse timeline of his troubles above.