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16 Authors You Didn’t Realize Made Cameos In The Movie Adaptations Of Their Work

16 Authors You Didn’t Realize Made Cameos In The Movie Adaptations Of Their Work
on Jun 10, 2021
16 Authors You Didn’t Realize Made Cameos In The Movie Adaptations Of Their Work
When you see a cameo of your favorite personality be it an author, musician, dancer etc you get excited. Here are 14 authors that made a cameo in
1. In Twilight, Stephenie Meyer appears at the diner where Charlie and Bella often eat. The waitress even calls her Stephenie!

And in Breaking Dawn — Part I, you can spot her amongst the guests at Bella and Edward's wedding.

Denbrough finds one of his books in the shop and offers to sign it, but King's character declines, because he didn't like the ending. (King makes a lot of cameos in the many adaptations of his work, but for brevity's sake I'm only including this one.)
3. Louis Sachar, his wife, and his daughter appeared in the adaptation of Sachar's book Holes. Sam sells Sachar's character, Mr. Collingwood, some onion juice for his balding head.
4. Rob Liefeld, the co-creator of the Deadpool comics, appears in the first scene at Sister Margaret's in the adaptation. In one of Deadpool's more subtle fourth wall breaks, the mercenary greets Liefeld, his own creator, by name.
6. Irvine Welsh plays drug dealer Mikey Forrester in Trainspotting. He later reprised the role in the sequel T2 Trainspotting.
7. Michael Bond, the creator of Paddington Bear, has a touching cameo in the Paddington film. He toasts the character as he goes by, and in response, Paddington salutes him by lifting his hat.
Michael Bond died in 2017. The epitaph on his headstone reads, Please look after this bear. Thank you.
8. Peter Benchley appears as a TV reporter in Jaws, warning viewers of a cloud on the horizon of this beautiful resort community...a cloud in the shape of a killer shark.
9. Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, co-authors of Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, can be seen in the background of the Veselka scene in the movie version of their coming-of-age novel.
10. Roald Dahl may have died before Matilda reached the big screen, but he still made an appearance in the film: The portrait of Magnus (Miss Honey's father) that Matilda uses to scare Mrs. Trunchbull is actually a painting of Dahl.
Dahl died in 1990, and this movie was released in 1996.
11. In another posthumous appearance, The Adventures of Tintin features a caricature artist modeled off of the late Belgian cartoonist (and Tintin mastermind) Hergé. The portrait he gives Tintin looks exactly like Hergé's original drawings of the character.
Hergé died in 1983, and this movie was released in 2011.
12. Hunter S. Thompson makes an appropriately trippy cameo in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, when Raoul spots the older version of himself during a flashback to a night at a club called the Matrix.
13. In Divergent, Veronica Roth appears in a very brief cameo during the zip line scene, though she did get decked out with Dauntless tattoos for the moment.
14. You can find Julie Murphy, author of Dumplin', having the time of her life during a drag bar scene in the Netflix adaptation (while sitting between her husband Ian and screenwriter Kristin Hahn, no less)!
15. In Fried Green Tomatoes, author Fannie Flagg plays a marriage counselor encouraging Kathy Bates's character to put some magic and spark back into her marriage.
16. R.L. Stine greets the fictionalized version of himself (played by Jack Black in Goosebumps) with a cheerful Hello, Mr. Stine! Jack Black's response? Hello, Mr. Black!
Naturally, Mr. Black is the school's new drama teacher.
Source: BuzzFeed

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