15 Surprising Movie Cameos By Celebs (Who Aren’t Actors)

Apparently, being in Star Trek was a bucket list item for Jeff Bezos. As it is for thousands across the world, but he’s one of the very few who can actually tick it off, and he did. Here’s the full story, plus 14 others:


Animation legends Ollie Johnston and Frank Thomas are in The Incredibles. They're two of Disney's Nine old Men, the artists who worked on Disney classics from Snow White on and created the Disney animation style. In the movie, their lines are: Ya see that? That's the way to do it.

Source: CartoonBrew


Iconic movie composer John Williams is in The Rise of Skywalker. He's the cantina bartender on the planet Kijimi wearing a futuristic eyepatch.

Source: Comicbook.com


Philosopher Cornel West is on the council of Zion in The MatrixReloaded. Lana Wachowski liked his books so much, she wrote a character based on him and asked him to cameo. CRACKED COM

Source: NYTimes


Somehow, George Lucas turns up in Beverly Hills Cop 3. Axel cuts in front of him at the Wonder World line, and he's credited, fittingly, as Disappointed Man. CRACKED COM

Source: NYTimes, IMDB


Steven Spielberg shows up in The Blues Brothers. BACK IN 5 MINUTES He plays the tax assessor in the Daley Center who appears near the end of the movie. CRACKED COM

Source: The Guardian


You can spot porn megastar Ron Jeremy in Ghostbusters. HE's a guy on the street in one scene outside the Ghostbusters HQ. CRACKED COM

Source: IndieWire


Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello was in Iron Man. He's one of the guards in the terrorist camp where Tony Stark is taken prisoner, and quickly gets killed off by Tony. He also played some of the guitar parts in the movie's score.

Source: Blabbermouth.net


Nelson Mandela played a teacher in Malcolm X. He shows up near the end, in a scene in soweto, South Africa, where kids in a classroom shout I am Malcolm x. Mandela then says the last lines of the by any means necessary speech by Malcolm X. CRACKED COM

Source: TIME


Stargate: Atlantis had Bill Nye and Neil DEGrasse Tyson cameoing as themselves. They're in the 2008 episode Brain Storm, acting kind of like Clovable) jerks at a big gala. CRACKED COM

Source: The Mary Sue


Jeff Bezos was an alien in Star Trek: Beyond. A Star Trek cameo was a bucket list item for him, he said. Chris Pine mentioned that he rolled up with like, nine bodyguards and three limos. It was really intense CRACKED COM

Source: GeekWire


A real-life king had a cameo on Star TREk: Voyager. In 1995, King Abdullah I of Jordan (then Prince Abdullah bin Hussein), a Trek superfan, showed up in the episode Investigations as a science officer. He got on really well with actors Ethan Phillips and Robert Picado, and asked them

Source: BBC


Three big-name music artists appeared in Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire. They're Jarvis cocker, plus Jonny Greenwood and Phil Selway from Radiohead, and they made up The Weird Sisters the band who played at the Yule Ball. CRACKED COM

Source: NME


Kurt Vonnegut cameod as himself in the Rodney Dangerfield movie Back to SCHOOL. We'e here IH help to anudents:- Rodney's character, Thornton Melon, hires a guy to write a school paper on Kurt Vonnegut that guy turns out to be Vonnegut himself. CRACKED COM

Source: NPR


Wayne Gretzky had a cameo in the soap opera The Young and the Restless. He confessed to being a fan of soap operas, so a cameo was kind of natural. He played a mobster with one line: I'm Wayne from the Edmonton operation. CRACKED COM

Source: Mental Floss


NASA astronaut Terry Virts showed up in the Enterprise finale as one Ensign Virts. Which was fitting in many ways Star Trek and Star Wars had inspired him to become an astronaut. CRACKED COM

Source: Space.com, Space.com