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Why Is Anne Sellors’ IMDb Profile the Saddest Ever?

The actress’ lone credit is for playing Woman Who Urinates Herself in the 1984 BBC movie “Threads”

Poor Anne Sellors.

The one-time actress (literally) has recently become something of an Internet phenomenon, as her IMDb profile has become the 1,442 most-popular on the well-trafficked website, which just unveiled a head-scratching new redesign.

The reason? Sellors has what the blogosphere is calling the saddest IMDb profile ever, with one credit to her esteemed resume, playing Woman Who Urinates Herself in the 1984 TV movie "Threads," which premiered on the BBC in 1984.

Sellors appeared as an uncredited extra in the film, which chronicles a nuclear holocaust and its effect on the working class city of Sheffield, England.

As of May 8, 2005, Sellors' IMDb page was ranked 1,714,759. Her popularity peaked earlier this year, when she was the sixth most-viewed profile for the week of June 20.

Sixth! That's higher than the current rankings for real movie stars like George Clooney and Tom Cruise, and represents a 4 million percent jump in popularity.

Someone sign her to a talent holding deal, pronto!

Watch Sellors' unintentionally hilarious scene in its entirety below: