These days you’re more likely to recognize Mark Margolis as Breaking Bad’s Hector Salamanca (ding-ding-ding!) but those of you who grew up in the 90’s might also recognize him as the landlord, Mr. Shickadance, in Ace Ventura: PetDetective.
It’s hard to say what Ken Marino is best known for…he was a valued member of sketch comedy troupe The State before appearing on Veronica Mars and being absolutely hilarious on Party Down. More recently, he’s been seen on Burning Love and Children’s Hospital. But how many of you remember him from this season 1 episode of Angel?
You might know comedian/actor Hal Sparks from his role on Queer As Folk, but if you know him from the many iterations of VH1’s “I Love The…” series, you’ll remember that while talking about 1993’s Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman, he revealed he had a small role on the show in one episode when he played a drunk Native American.
The entirety of I Love The 90’s is on YouTube. If you’re stuck inside today during the storm and are lucky enough to have internet access, we highly recommend marathoning it. Stay safe, everyone!
Anyone watching Hocus Pocus on ABC Family right now (and let’s face it, who isn’t?) may have spied a famous face at the beginning! It’s Sean Murray aka Timothy McGee from NCIS as Thackery Binx! Enjoy the rest of the movie and happy early halloween from I Spy A Famous Face!
Krysten Ritter is known for her TV roles on Breaking Bad and Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23, but she had a line or two in Mona Lisa Smile, where she was credited as “Art History Student” (on the left in the photo).
Anyone who has seen Pitch Perfect has undoubtedly fallen in love with not only the movie and the soundtrack, but Skylar Astin as well. So most likely, you’re wondering where you can find more of him or where you may have seen him in the past. Have no fear, I Spy A Famous Face is here! Most recognizably he has appeared in Girls (top), Hamlet 2 (bottom left), House (bottom right), and of course his breakout role in the Broadway hit Spring Awakening! There you have it folks, go watch them all and get your Skylar Astin fix until Pitch Perfect comes out on DVD.
You know Bryan Cranston as Walter “The One Who Knocks” White on Breaking Bad or as the dad in Malcolm in the Middle but the folks over at Uproxx spotted him in his first on screen role EVER…an episode of CHiPs.