Here Are All the Celebrity Cameos You Might Have Missed in Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tart Movie

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Here Are All the Celebrity Cameos You Might Have Missed in Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tart Movie

It’s been almost a week since the release of Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tart movie Unfrosted, which critics are hailing as an “embarrassment” and “one of the worst films of the decade so far.” But because we live in Hell, millions of people have still been watching it.

That being said, Unfrosted does boast one of the most impressive comedic casts in movie history, even though many of the recognizable actors come and go in a matter of seconds. 

So in case you were staring at your phone, or busy rethinking all the life choices that led you to the point of watching Unfrosted, here are some of the notable celebrity cameos you easily could have missed, such as…

Kyle Mooney and Mikey Day

Filmmaker and former Saturday Night Live star Kyle Mooney plays Snap and current SNL cast member Mikey Day plays Crackle. Someone who’s definitely not from SNL plays Pop.


Bill Burr

When it came time to cast JFK, Seinfeld thought to himself “Who’s Boston? Who’s funny?” And after two to three seconds of careful consideration, he decided on Bill Burr.

Dean Norris

Dean Norris, who played Hank Schrader on Breaking Bad was tapped to play ​​Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev. Sure, why not?

Maria Bakalova

Meanwhile, Khrushchev’s translator is played by Maria Bakalova, who was Oscar nominated for her work in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, and has since starred in acclaimed movies like Bodies Bodies Bodies, but for some reason was relegated to this minuscule role. 

Christian Slater

Unfrosted has an elaborate subplot about an evil milk syndicate that feels threatened by the existence of the Pop-Tart. Christian Slater plays a menacing milkman in a few scenes. “It just is what it is,” Slater explained on The Tonight Show.

Peter Dinklage

And the head of the milk syndicate is played by Peter Dinklage!

Patrick Warburton

Puddy himself, Patrick Warburton, plays announcer Tom Terranova, who shows up at the Bowl and Spoon Awards.

Cedric the Entertainer

Also at the Bowl and Spoon Awards: Cedric the Entertainer as host and presenter Stu Smiley.


Andy Daly

The very funny Andy Daly gets a few scenes as a character named Isaiah Lamb, who is just the Quaker Oats guy? Follow-up question: Why wasn’t this whole movie about Andy Daly as the Quaker Oats guy? 

Sebastian Maniscalco

About My Father star Sebastian Maniscalco is Chester Slink, Kellogg’s head of security, a character I genuinely don’t remember, because there are roughly 5,000 characters in this movie. 

Tony Hale

Tony Hale as a ventriloquist who randomly performs at the mansion of a Puerto Rican sugar kingpin? Are we sure this movie really exists and isn’t some kind of global mass hallucination?



Earthquake was in this movie? He played a character named “Cookie Rojas”? Oh, wait he’s the guy who directs Seinfeld’s character to a dumpster full of children scrounging for “goo.” 

Beck Bennett

Former SNL cast member Beck Bennett pitches an idea for “Frui-dines” (pureed fruit in a sardine tin) and is never seen again. 

Aparna Nancherla

The hilarious Aparna Nancherla pops up as an IBM computer scientist who offloads a creepy machine on Kellogg’s.

Jack McBrayer, Thomas Lennon, Bobby Moynihan and James Marsden

Early in the film — and by “film” we mean, 90-minute waking nightmare — Kellogg’s assembles a team of the most “unconventional minds of the 1960s,” including fitness guru Jack LaLanne, Sea-Monkeys creator Harold von Braunhut, bicycle magnate Steve Schwinn and canned food gourmet Chef Boyardee, played by James Marsden, Thomas Lennon, Jack McBrayer and Bobby Moynihan, respectively. 

Sasheer Zamata

Sasheer Zamata’s role as a reporter lasts for roughly 30 seconds, and finds her grilling von Braunhut over his whereabouts in the 1940s — seemingly a reference to the fact that he was a neo-Nazi in real life. 


Ronny Chieng

The Daily Show’s Ronny Chieng gets one of the movie’s few big laughs as Chuck the technician, who casually observes the brutal death of Steve Schwinn. 

Dan Levy and Darrell Hammond

If you didn’t angrily turn off the movie before the last few minutes, you likely saw Dan Levy as a murderous Andy Warhol and heard Darrell Hammond dubbing the voice of Ed McMahon. 

Alex Edelman

Award-winning stand-up comedian Alex Edelman is in the bizarre funeral scene, playing the character of “Apple Head.”


Didn’t you recognize him?

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