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Worst 25 Actor Easter Eggs

Waiter! - 3.0/10 with 569 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Buscemi, Steve
Steve Buscemi has a long speech about why he won't tip waiters and waitresses in "Resevoir Dogs". In "Pulp Fiction" he plays a waiter, and not a very good one.
A Lot of People Go to College for 7 Years - 3.5/10 with 354 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Farley, Chris
In Tommy Boy, Tommy Callahan (played by Farley) attends Marquette University where Chris Farley was also a student.
Uncredited Appearance - 3.6/10 with 628 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Sandler, Adam
Watch the movie, Dirty Work (1998), which was directed by Bob Saget (Full House/America's Funniest fame), and find that Adam Sandler plays Satan (uncredited).
Not Featured on Credits - 4.3/10 with 213 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Buscemi, Steve
In "the wedding singer", Steve plays a drunk at the beggining and also sings at Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore's wedding at the end. He is however, not mentioned anywhere in the credits.
Reference to Ace - 4.4/10 with 71 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Carrey, Jim
Okay, so here's what happened. In the movie Bruce Almighty you see some references to Ace Ventura. As you may know Bruce Almighty was directed or produced by Tom Shadyac. Who also directed Ace Ventura (I think it was the first movie he had ever directed)... more
Carol Burnett's Ear - 4.8/10 with 626 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Burnett, Carol
If you notice Carol grabbing her ear at any time....she's really saying "Hello" to her grandmother named "Nanny" at home. That's their signal.
What's the Next Film? - 5.1/10 with 42 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Bloom, Orlando
In most of Orlando's movies and the shows he is in,there is a reference to his next movie.

For instance:

Midsomer Night's Murders episode 3.3 where the detectives are searching the house "Lothlorien". They discuss whether they like Lord of the... more
Uncredited Role - 5.9/10 with 103 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Winger, Debra
In the movie "Made in Heaven" the character of Emmit is listed as playing "himself" in the credits. The character is actually played by Debra Winger. She was the wife of Tim Hutton who had the lead role.

This may be old news, but when I first found... more
The Stallone-Schwartzenegger Thing - 6.0/10 with 729 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Stallone, Sylvester
For a while, Arnold Schwartzenegger and Sylvester Stallone seemed to have this running joke where they would make comedic references to each other in their respective films.

Some examples:
Demolition Man: Stallone is dumbfounded when he discovered... more
Keith a Volunteer - 6.2/10 with 51 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Keith, David
David Keith always has some reference to the University of Tennessee Volunteers when he appears in a movie or show. Two examples; when he guest stared on Law and Order, his characters residence has a UT mini helmet on the desk...In Men of Honor, Keith... more
Chris's Brother - 6.3/10 with 412 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Farley, Chris
In all of the movies that Chris Farley has starred in his brother Kevin Farley is used as an extra. For example in Black Sheep right before Chris goes on the stage at the concert one of the security guards is Kevin. In the movie TommyBoy at the wedding... more
Marilyn Chambers the Ivory Snow Girl - 6.9/10 with 533 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Chambers, Marilyn
In practically every Marilyn Chambers Film, you will see a box of Ivory Snow Laundry Detergent Appear. Marilyn was actually chosen as the "Ivory Snow Girl" and appeared on the box and in promotions.... because of her "wholesome pure look". After she... more
Real Name Used in Dialogue in "His Girl Friday" - 7.2/10 with 212 votes
Posted Wednesday, December 31 in Grant, Cary
In a scene in the film "His Girl Friday" (adapted from the play "Front Page"), Cary Grant says something to the effect of "I haven't had so much fun since Archie Leach died."

Archibald Leach is/was Cary Grant's real name. There was no reason for him... more



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