David Bowie And 4 Other Guest Stars You Didn't Know Were In SpongeBob
Seems like these celebrities love SpongeBob as much as we all do.
SpongeBob SquarePants, the beloved animated show that manages to entertain audiences of all ages for years to this day, is full of colorful characters and hilarious moments.
But did you know that some of your favorite celebrities have made guest appearances on the show?
When you think of Mark Hamill, you probably picture him wielding a lightsaber as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars. But the iconic actor also lent his voice to a character in SpongeBob SquarePants.
In the episode Night Light, Mark Hamill plays the character of The Moth, an insect superhero who comes to the rescue in Bikini Bottom.
The late David Bowie was known for his extraordinary musical talent and unique style. However, he also made an appearance in SpongeBob SquarePants as the character Lord Royal Highness.
Bowie's distinctive voice brought the character to life in the episode Atlantis SquarePantis.
Kristen Wiig is famous for her comedic brilliance on Saturday Night Live and her roles in popular films like Bridesmaids. But did you catch her appearance in SpongeBob SquarePants?
In the episode The Curse of the Hex, Wiig lends her voice to Madame Hagfish, an old hagfish and the secondary antagonist of the episode.
You might remember Pat Morita best as Mr. Miyagi in the Karate Kid movies, but his talent extended beyond martial arts.
In the episode Karate Island, Morita provided the voice for the character Master Udon, a martial arts master who invites SpongeBob to a mysterious competition.
Matt Berry is a British actor and comedian. You might know him for his role of Laszlo on What We Do In The Shadows. While he may not be a household name for everyone, his appearance in SpongeBob SquarePants is worth noting.
In the SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, Berry lends his voice to a dolphin named Bubbles.
Last but certainly not least, we have the only live-action cameo on the list, by none other than the iconic David Hasselhoff.
In the SpongeBob SquarePants movie, Hasselhoff makes a live-action cameo as himself, helping SpongeBob and Patrick on their quest by basically becoming a boat for them.