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Lee at the Tokyo Comic-Con Opening in 2016

Stan Lee (1922 - 2018) cameoed in Marvel Comics films, television shows and video games. This is a list of each cameo he made, in order of film.[1][2] He also had cameos in non-Marvel films.

Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise[edit]

Stan Lee portrayed himself as an informant for The Watchers, keeping watch and detailing the events that take place on Earth within the Marvel Cinematic Universe media franchise. Lee appeared in each installment of the franchise from Iron Man (2008) to Avengers: Endgame (2019), prior to his death on November 12, 2018. According to Joe Russo, Lee's cameos were filmed consecutively with cameos already filmed for releases in 2019.[3][4]

Film[edit]

  • In Iron Man (2008), Lee, credited as "Himself", appears at a gala cavorting with three blondes, where Tony Stark mistakes him for Hugh Hefner.[5] In the theatrical release of the film, Stark simply greets Lee as "Hef" and moves on; another version of the scene was filmed where Stark realizes his mistake, but Lee graciously responds, "That's okay, I get this all the time."[6] In 2008, Stan Lee named this as his favorite cameo appearance to that date.[7]
  • In The Incredible Hulk (2008), Lee appears as a hapless citizen who accidentally ingests a soft drink mixed with Bruce Banner's blood, which gave him a little more kick than he is looking for while saying, "Wow." He subsequently drops it and falls ill to gamma radiation sickness, leading to the discovery of Dr. Banner's location in a bottling plant in Brazil.
  • In Iron Man 2 (2010), during the Stark Expo, Lee, wearing suspenders and a red shirt and black and purple tie, is mistakenly greeted by Tony Stark as "Larry King".
  • In Thor (2011), Lee appears among many people at the site where Thor's hammer Mjolnir lands on earth. He tears the bed off his pickup truck in an attempt to pull Mjolnir out of the ground with a chain and causes everyone in the scene to laugh by asking, "Did it work?". His character is credited as "Stan the Man", a nickname he had adopted in the Silver Age of Comic Books.
  • In Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Lee plays a general in World War II who mistakes another man for Captain America/Steve Rogers, commenting, "I thought he'd be taller." Lee had nothing to do with the basic creation of the title character. However, Lee began his writing career in the character's original series where he created the idea of Captain America using his shield as a throwing weapon. Furthermore, he was responsible for reviving the character in the Silver Age of Comic Books and co-wrote most of the character's stories in The Avengers and his solo stories in that period.
  • In The Avengers (2012), Lee's character is interviewed about the Avengers saving Manhattan. Lee's character responds, "Superheroes in New York? Give me a break", and then returns to his game of chess.[8] He also appears in a deleted scene in which, when a waitress flirts with Steve Rogers, Lee says to him, "Ask for her number, you moron!"[9]
  • In Iron Man 3 (2013), Lee portrays a beauty pageant judge who appears on a television monitor and happily gives one of the contestants a 10.[10]
  • In Thor: The Dark World (2013), Lee appears as a mental ward patient who loans his shoe to Erik Selvig for a demonstration about "the Convergence" in his delusions. When Selvig finishes and asks if anyone has questions, Lee says, "Yeah, can I have my shoe back"?[11]
  • In Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Lee plays a security guard at the Smithsonian Institution who after discovering that Captain America stole his own World War II uniform from an exhibit, says, "Oh man, I am so fired."
  • In Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Lee appears as an elderly gentleman having a conversation with a significantly younger woman. Rocket, viewing him through a scanning device, dismisses him as part of what he saw was wrong with the planet Xandar. With the exception of Groot, Ronan and The Collector, Lee did not have a hand in the creation of the Guardians of the Galaxy.
  • In Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), he appears as a World War II veteran who attends the Avengers' victory party. He claims he fought at Omaha Beach and that it proves he can handle a shot of Asgardian liquor from Thor, but is then carried away drunk, muttering his catchphrase, "Excelsior."[12] Lee noted that this was his favorite cameo.[13]
  • In Ant-Man (2015), Lee appears as a bartender in a story Luis tells to Scott Lang explaining that Falcon was looking for him.[14] His part in the story is encouraging Luis's cousin, and the informer of the story, Ignacio, to talk to a "crazy stupid fine" woman at a table separate of the bar.
  • In Captain America: Civil War (2016), Lee appears as a FedEx postman, delivering a package from Steve Rogers to Tony Stark at the end of the film, mispronouncing Stark's name as "Tony Stank".
  • In Doctor Strange (2016), Lee appears as a bus rider reading Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception while laughing that what he is reading is hilarious, oblivious to a battle between Doctor Strange and Mordo and Kaecilius and his followers.[15][15]
  • In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), Lee appears as an astronaut telling a story to The Watchers, mentioning his stint as a deliveryman in Civil War.[16] He appears again in the post credits scenes, where the Watchers leave, tired of his stories as he quotes to them that they are his only ride back to Earth. The Watchers, along with Ego, were co-created by Lee. Lee also makes an appearance in the music video for the song "Guardians Inferno".[17]
  • In Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Lee appears as an annoyed neighbor named Gary who, after witnessing Spider-Man mistakenly accosting an innocent civilian says to him, "Don't make me come down there, you punk!"[18][19] His other neighbor, Marjorie, greets him, asking about his family's welfare, while he does the same to her, asking about her mother.
  • In Thor: Ragnarok (2017), Lee appears as a servant to the Grandmaster on Sakaar who cuts Thor's hair. Beforehand, he asks Thor to be still as "My hands aren't as steady as they used to be."
  • In Black Panther (2018), Lee appears as a patron of a casino in Busan, South Korea, and takes T'Challa's won but unclaimed chips.
  • In Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Lee appears as the driver of Peter Parker's school bus. When the students on the bus watch Ebony Maw's ship arriving, the driver says, "What's the matter with you kids? You never seen a spaceship before?"[20]
  • In Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), Lee appears as a pedestrian whose car is shrunk by Wasp. He remarks, "Well the '60s were fun, but now I'm paying for it."[21]
  • Lee will make a posthumous cameo in Captain Marvel (2019)
  • Lee will also make a posthumous appearance in Avengers: Endgame (2019)[22]

Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters[edit]

  • In Venom (2018), the first installment of a new shared universe 'adjunct' and 'within the same reality' as the MCU, collectively coequally known as either Sony's Marvel Universe or Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters, Lee makes a cameo appearance as a man walking his dog. Lee inexplicably overhears the symbiote and Eddie Brock's discussion and encourages the two to keep Brock's relationship with Anne Weying alive and thriving. His dog interests and hungers Venom, while the venom asks "Who is that guy?".[23] This was the last cameo made by Lee released before his death, although he had filmed additional cameos that will be used in upcoming films.[24]

Television[edit]

Film outside MCU[edit]

Live action[edit]

X-Men film universe[edit]

  • In X-Men (2000), Lee appears as a hotdog stand vendor on the beach when the newly mutated Senator Kelly emerges naked onshore after escaping from Magneto.
  • In X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), Lee and Chris Claremont appear as two of Jean Grey's neighbors in the opening scenes set 20 years in the past. Lee, credited as "Waterhose Man", is watering the lawn when Jean telekinetically redirects the water from the hose into the air.
  • In Deadpool (2016), Lee appears as himself, working as an MC at a strip club and announcing an offscreen character: "Give it up for Chastity!"[36] Lee did not have a hand in the creation of the character Deadpool.
  • In X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), Lee is shown viewing the rising nuclear weapons launched by Apocalypse next to his wife Joan.
  • Lee makes a cameo appearance in No Good Deed (2017), a short film aired before Logan in North America, in which Lee plays himself and says to Deadpool "Wow, nice suit!" to which Deadpool replies "Zip it, Stan Lee!". Lee's cameo appearance was cut from the theatrical version of the short film but was restored in the version released on star Ryan Reynolds' YouTube account page.[37] Lee later thanked Reynolds for restoring his cameo.[where?]
  • In Deadpool 2 (2018), Lee appears in graffiti art as Domino is flying through the city.[38]
  • Lee has a non-speaking cameo in the 2017 X-Men television series The Gifted.[39]

Spider-Man trilogy[edit]

  • In Spider-Man (2002), he appeared during Spider-Man's first battle with the Green Goblin, pulling a little girl away from falling debris. In the DVD's deleted scenes, Lee plays a street vendor who tries to sell Peter Parker a pair of sunglasses.
  • In Spider-Man 2 (2004), Lee repeats his Spider Man 1 stint with another innocent person, during Spider-Man's first battle with Doctor Octopus. In a blooper scene that appears as an extra on the film's DVD release, Lee has another cameo, saying, "Look, Spider-Man stole that kid's sneakers."
  • In Spider-Man 3 (2007), Lee appears in a credited role as the "Man in Times Square." He stands next to Peter Parker, both of them reading a news bulletin about Spider-Man, and commenting to Peter that, "You know, I guess one person can make a difference." He then says his catchphrase, "Nuff said", and leaves Peter to dwell on that thought.

Fantastic Four series[edit]

The Amazing Spider-Man series[edit]

  • In The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), Lee is a librarian at Midtown Science High School, comically oblivious to the fight between Spider-Man and the Lizard happening behind him (a table nearly hits him as well) due to the fact that he is listening to classical music. He walks out of the library as the fight continues.[40]
  • In The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Lee is a guest at Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy's graduation. He notes that he recognizes Peter Parker.

Other Marvel appearances[edit]

  • Stan Lee had filmed a cameo for the movie Blade (1998), but it was deleted in the final film. He did play a cop that discovers Quinn's burning body at the vampire club.[41] Regardless, Lee did not have a hand in the creation of the character Blade.
  • In Daredevil (2003), as a child, Matt Murdock stops Lee from crossing the street and getting hit by a bus.
  • In Hulk (2003), he appears walking alongside former TV-series Hulk Lou Ferrigno in an early scene, both as security guards at Bruce Banner's lab. It was his first speaking role in a film based on one of his characters.
  • In Man-Thing (2005), a photograph of Lee is seen on a board of missing people.[42]

Non-Marvel appearances[edit]

Animation[edit]

POW! Entertainment appearances[edit]

  • Lee voiced himself as Security Guard in the film Mosaic which he created.
  • He voiced the Grandfather in the film The Condor which he also created.
  • He voiced himself as the main protagonist in the film Stan Lee's Mighty 7, in this movie he goes to the dessert to search for new ideas for a comic book hero, in the way runs into two groups of aliens that he mentors to be a superhero team while he uses them to write comic books.[45]

Marvel appearances[edit]

  • In Big Hero 6 (2014), Lee's voice and likeness are used for the father of character Fred. Though he appears in a portrait earlier in the film, Lee's cameo is a post-credits scene in which he demonstrates to his son that they have many things to talk about; he is credited immediately afterwards. Lee was not involved with the creation of the original Big Hero 6 comic book from which the movie is sourced.[45]
  • Lee makes an appearance in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018),[46][47] in which he sells the Spider-Man costume to Morales. It was important to Lord and Miller to give Lee a bigger moment in the film rather than just a passing cameo because they felt he was "so integral to the spirit of this movie". They described the role as "extra meaningful" following Lee's death in November 2018.[48]

Other appearances[edit]

  • Lee made a brief cameo in the 2013 animated film Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie. During his appearance, Lee visits Bluntman and Chronic to talk to them about the "Avenger Initiative".
  • Stan Lee makes a vocal cameo as himself in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, his first and only cameo in a DC comics project.[49] In the film, when he realizes that he is in a DC movie and not a Marvel one, he declares that he needs to leave. He shows up again later, stating that he does not care if it is a DC movie, he just loves making cameos, and shouts "Excelsior!"
  • Lee makes a cameo in Ralph Breaks the Internet as an internet avatar during the "Oh My Disney" sequence.[50][47] While it was reported that he had recorded lines, his character actually remains silent and is only seen interacting with Iron Man before being interrupted by Vanellope.

Television outside MCU[edit]

Live action[edit]

  • In the TV-movie The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989), Lee's first appearance in a Marvel movie or TV project is as a jury foreman in the trial of Dr. David Banner.
  • Lee made a cameo appearance in a web-series called "Super Power Beat Down" where he plays a man reading a newspaper who tells Spider-Man and Darth Maul (2017) to keep the noise down or else he will get angry.
  • Lee has a cameo in a short promotional advertisement called Spider-Man: Homecoming — NBA Finals, which aired on ABC as a promotion for Spider-Man: Homecoming; Lee utters the exact same dialogue as the Graduation guest he portrayed in the 2014 film The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
  • In the 1990s, Lee hosted the documentary series The Comic Book Greats and interviewed notable comic book creators such as Chris Claremont, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld and Whilce Portacio.
  • Lee hosted the 2010 History Channel documentary series Stan Lee's Superhumans.
  • Lee hosted and judged contestants in the Syfy series Who Wants to Be a Superhero?
  • Lee appears with director Kevin Smith and 2000s Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada in the DVD program Marvel Then & Now: An Evening with Stan Lee and Joe Quesada, hosted by Kevin Smith.
  • Lee was interviewed on the History Channel show Superhuman by Daniel Browning Smith, who held several Guinness Records for extreme flexibility[51] due to having Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a genetic condition affecting collagen formation. Smith had created his own comic book to display his own struggles as an outcast for his flexibility, and legitimately surprised Lee with a quick demonstration of his talent.
  • Lee made an appearance on December 21, 2006, on the NBC game show Identity.
  • Lee appeared as himself in "The Excelsior Acquisition", a third season episode of The Big Bang Theory, in March 2010.[52] He appears at the front door of his house wearing Fantastic Four pajamas (ultimately calling back into the house, "Joanie, call the police!" to get rid of Sheldon, who showed up after missing a comic book signing at the local store), and orders a restraining order against him.
  • He plays a bus driver in the sixteenth episode of the first season of Heroes.[53]
  • Lee made a guest appearance as himself in "Bottom's Up", a season seven episode of the TV series Entourage.
  • He guest-starred as Dr. Lee (aka: Generalissimo) in "Glimpse", a season four episode of Eureka that aired in July 2011.[54]
  • Lee appears in "The Guardian", the October 7, 2010, episode of Nikita, as Hank Excelsior, a witness to a bank robbery who is interviewed by a TV reporter.
  • Lee was interviewed in the 2011 documentary Superheroes.
  • Lee portrayed himself at a CIA holiday party in the fifth season of Chuck, in which it is revealed in that universe he secretly works for the government and has a romantic interest in General Beckman.
  • Lee appeared in the eleventh episode of season five of The Guild, in which he was captured at a convention by the character Zaboo's Master Chief cosplaying henchmen.[55]
  • Lee is among the interview subjects in Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle, a three-hour documentary narrated by Liev Schreiber, which premiered on PBS in October 2013.[56]
  • Lee appears as a version of himself in 3 episodes of Stan Lee's Lucky Man: series 1 episode 1, series 2 episode 4 and series 3 episode 1.

Animation[edit]

  • One of Lee's earliest contributions to animation based on Marvel properties was narrating the 1980s Incredible Hulk animated series, always beginning his narration with a self-introduction and ending with "This is Stan Lee saying, Excelsior!" Lee had previously narrated the "Seven Little Superheroes" episode of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, which the Hulk series was paired with for broadcast.
  • Lee did the narration for the original 1989 X-Men animated series pilot titled X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men.
  • In the animated series Jim Henson's Muppet Babies, Lee plays himself in a live-action scene of the "Comic Capers" episode (1989).
  • He voiced himself in 2 episodes of Fantastic Four titled "Incursion of the Skrulls" and "Superskrull".[45]
  • Lee was an executive producer of the 1990s animated TV series Spider-Man. He appeared as himself in animated form in the final episode titled "Farewell, Spider-Man". Spider-Man is transported by Madame Web into the "real" world where he is a fictional character. He meets Lee and the two swing around until Spider-Man drops him off on top of a building; Madame Web appears and brings Spider-Man back to his homeworld. Realizing he is stuck on a roof, Lee muses, hoping the Fantastic Four will show up and lend a hand. Madame Web was voiced by Stan's wife, Joan Lee.
  • In the 1994–1995 syndicated television block The Marvel Action Hour, Lee appeared as himself to give brief introductions to each episode of Iron Man and the Fantastic Four animated series.
  • He voiced the character "Jerry" in an episode of Stripperella (which he created) titled "Crime Doesn't Pay... Seriously, It Doesn't".[45]
  • He voiced the character "Frank Elson" in an episode of Spider-Man: The New Animated Series broadcast by MTV in 2003, titled "Mind Games" (Parts 1 and 2, originally aired on August 15 and 22, 2003).
  • He voiced a loading-dock worker named Stan on The Spectacular Spider-Man in the episode "Blueprints".[45]
  • In several episodes of The Super Hero Squad Show, Lee voices the Mayor of Super Hero City.[45]
  • He voiced the character "General Wallace" in the first episode of Black Panther.[45]
  • In the original February 7, 1998, broadcast airing of the Superman: The Animated Series episode "Apokolips... Now! Part 2" on the Kids' WB programming block, an animated Funky Flashman was visible mourning the death of Daniel "Terrible" Turpin, a character based on his longtime Marvel Comics collaborator Jack Kirby. This shot was later modified to remove the likeness of Lee and of other background Marvel characters when the episode was released on DVD.[57][58]
  • Lee appeared as himself in an extended self-parodying sketch on the episode "Tapping a Hero" of Robot Chicken, in 2007.[59]
  • Lee has made various appearances in The Simpsons. In "I Am Furious (Yellow)" (2002), a season 13 episode, Lee voices an animated version of himself. Lee also appeared on the commentary track along with other Simpsons writers and directors on the episode for The Simpsons Season 13 box set released in 2010. In an earlier episode, "Worst Episode Ever" (2001), Lee's picture is seen next to several others on the wall behind the register, under the heading "Banned for life". Lee later officiated Comic Book Guy's wedding in "Married to the Blob" (2013).
  • Lee has appeared in episodes of the Disney XD TV series Ultimate Spider-Man as a high school janitor named Stan, in which he makes references to Lee's real-life career. In the pilot "Great Power" and the episode "Why I Hate Gym", he mentions Irving Forbush, an in-joke character Lee co-created in 1955 as a literary device.[45][60][60] Stan the Janitor also appears in Episode 18, "Out of Damage Control", as a part-time worker for Damage Control.[61] In the episode "Stan By Me", he, along with Mary Jane Watson, Agent/Principal Coulson and Harry Osborn, helped Spider-Man fight the Lizard. At the end of the episode it is revealed that Lee's character is secretly a top S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and is aware of Peter Parker's secret identity as Spider-Man,[62] and that he is a founding member of S.H.I.E.L.D. who named the organization, which Lee named in reality.[63]
  • Lee has appeared in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. He was first alluded to as Stan the Salesman in the first episode and later appeared in a recurring role as Mayor Stan of Vista Verde.[45]
  • Lee reprises his role as Fred's dad in Big Hero 6: The Series.[64][45] The first episode implies that his name is Frederick Frederickson III.[65] Later episodes reveal that he was once a famous superhero named Boss Awesome, and that he had a dim-witted steampunk nemesis named Baron Von Steamer (the latter appears as a recurring villain in the show).
  • Lee portrayed a future version of Tony Stark in "Episode 205 – The Future!" of the comedy web series Avengers Assemble!. In this episode, he delivered from the future a cryptic message to the rest of his fellow Avengers, but constantly frustrated his companions due to his ineptness with the technology of his future era.[66]
  • Lee voiced himself in the comedy web series How It Should Have Ended, in the episode for The Amazing Spider-Man.
  • He was the subject of an April 2012 Epix cable-network documentary, With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story.[67]
  • Lee appeared as a judge in the second season premiere of the web series Video Game High School.[68]
  • Lee appears several times in the refurbished version of The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man.[69]
  • Lee's Chakra: The Invincible premiered on Rovio Entertainment's ToonsTV channel in 2014.[70]
  • Lee lent his voice to "The Amazing Man-Spider", a segment of the May 2013 episode of the satirical animated TV series MAD. The segment depicts the story of what happened to the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker.[71]
  • In the Phineas and Ferb crossover special Mission Marvel (2013), Lee cameos as a New York City hot dog vendor.[72][45]
  • Lee appeared in one of the "Origin Shorts" from the 2017 animated series Spider-Man as a cameraman who interviews Peter Parker briefly before Peter enters a wrestling match, and greets him after he wins against Bonesaw McGee.[45]
  • Lee appeared in the anime Heroman, which he co-created, as a patron of the restaurant where the protagonist Joey Jones worked.
  • Lee appears as the character "Stanley Doyle" in an animated special of Stan Lee's Lucky Man titled Stan Lee's Lucky Man: The Bracelet Chronicles.

In other media[edit]

Music video appearances[edit]

  • Lee appears in X Japan's unreleased music video for their song "Born to Be Free".[73]
  • Lee made a cameo in Bart Baker's parody of "Elastic Heart" by Sia when he bails Sia (played by Amanda Hosler) out of jail for the pedophilia in her Elastic Heart video to star in her own superhero movie with Shia LaBeouf (played by Baker) and Kanye West (played by Warren Barrow) as the main villain.

Themepark attraction appearances[edit]

  • Lee makes a cameo as one of the Collector's prisoners in Guardians of the Galaxy Mission Breakout.[74]
  • Lee appears four times in The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man attraction at Universal's Islands of Adventure theme park in Orlando, Florida. In all four appearances, Lee is wearing an orange pullover sweater, but has no dialogue or name identification.
  • Lee appears in the safety video/pre-show for the Iron Man Experience attractions found at Hong Kong Disneyland.[75]

Video game appearances[edit]

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