Notable Actors and Actresses in Music Videos – Part II


Yesterday, I posted Part I of Notable Actors and Actresses in Music Videos that included Alicia Silverstone sucking face with Stephen Dorff and Mickey Rourke beating the hell out of Enrique Iglesias while a horrified Jennifer Love Hewitt watched.  Naturally, Part II is up today.  Remember, same rules as yesterday – I am avoiding videos for songs that were part of a movie soundtrack, so for example, Mike Myers in Madonna’s “Beautiful Stranger” won’t be posted.  With that said, enjoy Part II after the jump!

Bob Odenkirk and David Cross – Sugarcube by Yo La Tengo


Pretty much anything with Bob and Dave is good.

Milton Berle – Round and Round by Ratt


Milton Berle was famous for something very cool, and it wasn’t for appearing in this video.

Wesley Snipes – Bad by Michael Jackson


I’ve never seen this extended version of the video before, but there he is, Passenger 57 himself.

Dennis Hopper – Victory by Puff Daddy Sean Combs P. Diddy


When he wasn’t exploiting the death of his friend Christopher Wallace, Diddy was making hugely expensive videos like this one.

Gary Oldman – Since I Don’t Have You by Guns N’ Roses


A pretty good cover by GNR, and Oldman’s demon is downright creepy.

Robin Williams – Don’t Worry, Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin


I just don’t think Robin Williams is funny, and I know I’m not alone.  Great dramatic actor, though.

John Stamos – Kokomo by The Beach Boys


Yes, I know that Kokomo was on the Cocktail soundtrack, but John Stamos had nothing to do with the movie.  Uncle Jesse gets busy with the bongos in this video by one of the greatest American bands of all time.  Brian Wilson is a genius.

John Malkovich and Hugh Laurie – Walking on Broken Glass by Annie Lennox


Have you seen Bill Hader’s Malkovich impression?  It’s brilliant.

Eddie Murphy – Remember the Time by Michael Jackson


Remember when a Michael Jackson video premiere was a world event?

Elisha Cuthbert – Perfect Situation by Weezer


Jack Bauer’s little girl replaces Rivers Cuomo in this video.

Pam Anderson – Miserable by Lit


Back when Pam wasn’t falling apart and housing some good ol’ Hep C.

Florence Henderson – Amish Paradise by Weird Al Yankovic


Sorry about the poor quality on this one, but the high quality vids wouldn’t embed.  Hat tip to readers Mark and Dorkus Malorkus for this gem.  Good work, guys.

As always, if you know of any I missed, be sure to tell me in the comments section.  Posting the video wouldn’t hurt, either.  Enjoy your weekend – I’m four Jacks deep!

  • Sweet! Just didn’t want anyone to miss out on Florence Henderson 🙂

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  • Dorkus Malorkus

    Weird Al likes putting celebrities in his videos. Drew Carey and Emo Philips were in “It’s All About the Pentiums.” Donny Osmond was in “White and Nerdy.” Robert Goulet was in “You Don’t Love Me Anymore” (that one is especially awesome, as he gets his hands chopped off by a piano and a bow in the eye). There are probably others I can’t think of now. And, wow, I feel like a dork for knowing this.

  • Steve H.

    Chevy Chase in Paul Simon’s ‘You Can Call Me Al’?? Is that too old-school, perhaps?

  • Madison

    @ Steve H

    The Paul Simon video was posted yesterday, under Part I of this article. Great tune, great video.

  • That’s not technically a cameo by John Stamos. He toured with the Beach Boys as their drummer, and it wasn’t just on an episode of Full House.

  • greghousesgf

    Annie Lennox has a great voice but she’s a bloody fool, dumping Hugh Laurie for John Malkovich?! Malkovich is a good actor and all but he’s not sexy!

  • Meghan

    Umm… Jake Gyllenhall, Forest Whitaker, and Ron Howard in Jamie Foxx’s “Blame It.”
    Mary Louise Parker in “Listen to the Darkside” by Charlie Mars
    Alicia Silverstone in “Her Diamonds” by Rob Thomas
    Alexander Skarsgard in “Paparazzi” by Lady Gaga

    There’s more… I’m sure of it!

  • Kristina

    Alan Rickman in Texas’ ‘In Demand’ <3

  • Safron

    This post is old but I just have to say it:

    Angelina Jolie in “Rock n’ Roll dreams come true” by Meat Loaf and “Has anybody seen my baby” by The Rolling Stones.