1. Bill Murray
Known for his cameo appearances, Bill Murray famously played himself in the film “Zombieland” (2009). The scene showcased his humor and self-awareness.
2. John Malkovich
In the movie “Being John Malkovich” (1999), John Malkovich portrayed a fictional version of himself, adding a meta twist to the film’s surreal storyline.
3. Neil Patrick Harris
The actor played a fictionalized version of himself in the “Harold & Kumar” film series, starting with “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” (2004). His portrayal became a comedic highlight of the franchise.
4. Matt Damon
In the comedy “EuroTrip” (2004), Matt Damon surprised audiences with an uncredited cameo as himself, delivering a hilariously self-deprecating performance.
5. Mike Tyson
The former boxing champion played a comical version of himself in “The Hangover” film series. His appearances added a memorable and unexpected element to the comedy.
In the film “8 Mile” (2002), Eminem portrayed a fictionalized version of himself, drawing from his real-life experiences as a rapper. The role showcased his acting abilities and personal connection to the story.
7. Anna Wintour
The renowned fashion editor played herself in the comedy-drama “The Devil Wears Prada” (2006), offering an authentic glimpse into the world of high fashion.
8. Mark Hamill
The iconic Luke Skywalker actor made a surprise appearance as himself in “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” (2001), delighting “Star Wars” fans with his self-referential humor.
9. Bob Barker
The legendary game show host appeared as himself in the comedy “Happy Gilmore” (1996), engaging in a memorable on-screen brawl with Adam Sandler’s character.
10. Tom Cruise
In the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder” (2008), Tom Cruise played an unrecognizable and humorous studio executive, showcasing his comedic versatility.
11. Bruce Campbell
The actor played an exaggerated version of himself in the horror-comedy film “My Name is Bruce” (2007), adding a meta twist to the story.
12. Johnny Depp
In the satirical film “21 Jump Street” (2012), Johnny Depp made a surprise cameo appearance as his character from the original “21 Jump Street” television series, which he starred in during the 1980s.
13. Chuck Norris
Known for his tough-guy persona, Chuck Norris played a comical version of himself in the action-comedy film “Dodgeball
A True Underdog Story” (2004), showcasing his sense of humor.
14. Christopher Walken
In the dark comedy “Seven Psychopaths” (2012), Christopher Walken portrayed a fictionalized version of himself, blending reality and fiction in an intriguing way.
15. Al Pacino
The legendary actor played a fictionalized version of himself in the comedy “Jack and Jill” (2011), engaging in humorous interactions with Adam Sandler’s characters.
16. Arnold Schwarzenegger
In the action-comedy “Last Action Hero” (1993), Arnold Schwarzenegger played a heightened version of himself, blurring the lines between reality and fiction.
17. John Legend
The singer and musician appeared as himself in the critically acclaimed musical film “La La Land” (2016), providing a memorable performance and contributing to the film’s overall charm.