30 Movie Cameos That Are Unforgettable

Matt Damon In ‘EuroTrip’

“Damon shows up out of nowhere to sing a pop-punk anthem about banging the main character’s girlfriend. I didn’t know he had it in him.”

Will Ferrell, ‘Wedding Crashers’

“Ferrell completely overshadows the leads in this movie and gives us easily the best scene. Who knew yelling about meatloaf could be so hilarious?”

Stan Lee, ‘Mallrats’

“Way better than his Marvel any of his cameos.”

Tom Cruise, ‘Tropic Thunder’

“Best role of Cruise’s career?”

John Hurt, ‘Spaceballs’

“No explanation necessary.”

Bob Barker In ‘Happy Gilmore’


“The price is wrong, b#tch.”

Michael Cera, ‘This Is the End’

“This version definitely goes by “Mike”. No way a “Michael” does that stuff.”

Christopher Walken, ‘Pulp Fiction’

“Funny, weird, intense, compassionate, goofy pronunciations…Walken can do it all.”

The Three Stooges, ‘It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World’ 27


Gene Hackman, ‘Young Frankenstein’

Alec Baldwin, ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’

“He comes on for one scene and steals the show from Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Ed Harris, and Kevin Spacey.”

Alfred Hitchcock, every movie he made, basically

“Hitchcock’s cameos were sometimes as creative as his movies, but you better be paying attention or you’ll miss some of them.”

Johnny Depp, ’21 Jump Street’ 24

Martin Scorsese, ‘Taxi Driver’

“Marty gets real weird for this pop-in.”

Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey, Danny DeVito, and Steven Spielberg, ‘Austin Powers in Goldmember’

“5-way tie.”

Chuck Norris, ‘Dodgeball’

“The balls dodge him.”

Cate Blanchett, ‘Hot Fuzz’

“Didn’t even show her face.”

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, ‘Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back’

“Applesauce, b#tch.”

Sean Connery, ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’

Martin Sheen, ‘Hot Shots! Part Deux’

Hulk Hogan, ‘Gremlins 2: The New Batch’

Charlton Heston, ‘Wayne’s World 2

“This the beauty of Wayne’s World, in a cameo.”

Tim Robbins, Ben Stiller, and Luke Wilson, ‘Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy’

“No explanation necessary.”

Bruce Willis and Julia Roberts, ‘The Player’

David Bowie In ‘Zoolander’

“But is it better than Billy Zane?”

Mike Tyson In ‘The Hangover’

Keith Richards In ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End’

Billy Idol In ‘The Wedding Singer’

Samuel L. Jackson In ‘Iron Man’

“Seems weird to think about now, but at one point Jackson’s appearance was just a fun easter egg for the dorks who stuck around after the credits. Little did we know…”

Neil Patrick Harris, ‘Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle’

“Doogie Howser grew up.”



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