29 Iconic Movies With Cleverly Hidden Cameos

29 Iconic Movies With Cleverly Hidden Cameos

Sometimes actors can steal the spotlight without us ever realizing it. We'll explore celebrities who appeared in films without the public noticing with this list. "Ant-Man,"  "Deadpool 2," "Pulp Fiction," and more are on the top of our list.

Filmmakers enjoy including hidden appearances in their productions. From the people who inspired the films to the actors' families and friends, movies are full of hidden cameos that you probably overlooked. The fact is, sometimes cameos are so slick, we never even catch the actor doing them. From Avril Lavigne in Teen Witch to Steve Buscemi, these celebs aren’t just masters of stealing the spotlight, they are also apparently masters of slipping by unnoticed.

So climb aboard, keep reading, and get ready to jot down notes for some movies and scenes you will almost definitely want to rewatch. We can’t make any promises, but we know these slipped by us.

Check out these wild examples below:

Spike Jonze taught Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street. Jonze is the guy that explains the world of penny stocks to DiCaprio. It happened because Wolf's casting director, Ellen Lewis, was also the casting director for Jonze's movie Her, and saw him read with the people they were auditioning for her. She remembered him as actually on okay actor, so she called him up for Wolf. CRACKED.COM


HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS GILLIGAN'S ISLAND them CRACKED.COM In this made-for-TV movie, the Clown Princes of Basketball team up with the castaways to battle super-robots to save the island from an unscrupulous ... let's just leave it at trick basketball and robots.


PETE & PETE Chris Elliot was a soothsaying meter reader. KILOWATTHOUR CRACKED.COM Meter Man Ray is SO good at his job, he can SEE the future. Specifically, he sees a nuclear holocaust.


Linda Blair has a quick cameo in SCREAM. She plays an eager reporter who tries to interview Sidney Prescott but gets ushered away by Deputy Dewey Riley. CRACKED.COM


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