When you think of an Adam Sandler movie, what are the five best cameo appearances in an Adam Sandler movie that you can think of? Many of Sandler's friends pop up throughout his films, but there are key moments in their cameos that make his films all the more sweet. Now cameos are not a main role by any means, sometimes they hardly speak at all, but they do play a intricate part in the situation they are in that adds little something extra if accurately done. We quote their moments all the time and it is time that we recognize great cameo moments. Adam Sandler movies have some of the best cameos of all time and these are the top five cameos in his movies:
Chris Farley as "Bus Driver" in "Billy Madison" – "Everybody on, good, great, grand, wonderful. No yelling on the bus!!" The greatest cameo that more people quote and can remember than any other cameo in an Adam Sandler film would be Chris Farley in "Billy Madison." This "promiscuous" bus driver must have had a hard life in middle school because he sure is a disturbing fellow. We will always remember the bus driver who ate all the lunches in a classic cameo role in an Adam Sandler movie that we will never forget.
Rob Schneider as "Townie" in "The Waterboy" – "You can do it!" This role performed by the great Rob Schneider will ever be immortalized as a key cameo in many other Adam Sandler movies that just break the ice in many situations. We love the townie for his simple mind and shouts of encouragement! Rob Schneider we salute you sir, you can do it!
Bob Barker as himself in "Happy Gilmore" – "There is no way that you could have been as bad at hockey as you are at golf!" Bob Barker knows more than prices to big retail purchases as he demonstrates how to throw a right hook in this classic Adam Sandler movie. Barker's cameo is a gem in a great Sandler classic. Who wouldn't be able to get along with Bob Barker, maybe not Happy Gilmore?
Steve Buscemi as "Homeless Guy" in "Big Daddy" – "Yes, considering we're in America. I mean, if you don't like Spaghetti and Meatballs, why don't you just get the hell out?" Steve Buscemi is one of the greater actors around and for him to grace his presence in multiple Adam Sandler movies is a treat. His character in "Big Daddy" is top notch playing a homeless guy who had daddy issues and just wants a Sausage McMuffin. Maybe sometimes "Fantasia" isn't the best movie to watch consistently if you want to go places in life.
Billy Idol as himself in "The Wedding Singer" – "And since we let our first class passengers do, pretty much whatever they want, here he is…" This may not be a nice day for a white wedding, but Billy Idol does save Julia from a horrible wedding decision. It's not every day you can say you saved the day in an Adam Sandler movie. Mr. Idol definitely saves the day and, dare we say, creates a cradle of love?
Honorable mentions that you just can't leave out because they're are just too many great cameos in Adam Sandler movies:
Ozzy Osbourne – "Little Nicky"
James Taylor – "Funny People"
David Spade – "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry"
Kevin Nash – "The Longest Yard"