15 Surprising Cameos In Blockbuster Movies

Actors appear in tiny, uncredited roles all the time. And sometimes, they appear in bigger roles but are hidden under tons of makeup. Either way, you might have no idea you’ve actually watched them in a movie. Allow us to point out 15 times when that might have happened.


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 becSource: Vulture


Michael Papajohn is the only person who was in both Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man. In Spider-Man, he's the guy who kills Uncle Ben. In The AmaSource: The Huffington Post


Karl Urban is in The Rise of Skywalker. Following in the footsteps of Daniel Craig and other great actors, Urban played a stormtrooper. He visited J.JSource: Digital Spy


In the 1993 comedy Freaked, Keanu Reeves plays, uh, Ortiz the Dog Boy. The movie was directed by Alex Winter, AKA Bill in Bill And Ted's Excellent ASource: 7 Movies That Secretly Hid Big Actors Under Special Effects


Oliver Wood fights in the Battle of Hogwarts. Actor Sean Biggerstaff, who played Oliver Wood in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, had a super sSource: The List


An actor from 1978's Superman shows up in Man of Steel. Aaron Smolinski, who played Clark Kent as a baby in Superman, was a communications officer in Source: ComicBook.com


Renee Zellweger shows up in Dazed and Confused. She's the girl passing by when Wooderson delivers the famous line about high school girls staying the Source: Dallas News


Thanos' creator was in Avengers: Endgame. Jim Starlin shows up in the group therapy scene, and it was a total surprise to him. He visited the set, expSource: Entertainment Weekly


Jordan Peele's longtime writing partner Keegan-Michael Key has a Get Out cameo. He's one of the search results Rose gets for Top NCAA prospects. Source: Comic Book Review


In Prometheus, Guy Pearce showed up under heavy -guy makeup. The only reason they cast Pearce and put him under makeup was so they could film a dream Source: 7 Movies That Secretly Hid Big Actors Under Special Effects


Ted Danson mows down Nazis in Saving Private Ryan. He was still best known as Sam from Cheers, so it was pretty jarring to see him as a tough G.I. in Source: 6 Terrible Cameos That Just About Ruined the Movie