Which celebrities make cameos in the Netflix sketch comedy show Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun? Here’s a list of the most notable names.
Which celebrities make cameos in Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun? Now streaming on Netflix, the six-episode series features absurdist humor from the titular Australian comedy group and was executive produced by The Office star Ed Helms. In its current form, Aunty Donna consists of Mark Bonanno, Broden Kelly, and Zachary Ruane.
In Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, director Max Miller showcases the improvisational skills of his comedic comrades. Kelly often portrays stoic characters who speak calmly and confidently, while Ruane relies on self-deprecating humor. Meanwhile, Bonanno is the zaniest of the group; a comic who steals the show in many of the sketches.
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Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun doesn’t make a big deal about the celebrity cameos, as the special guests appear in small roles. Two stars from The Boys show up in the sketch comedy series, and a musical parody legend is nearly recognizable in one of the episodes. Here’s every main cameo in Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun on Netflix.
The first episode of Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun features a cameo from Antony Starr. He portrays a “stray man” that Mark finds and enlists for domestic work. The “desexed” character reaches out to Broden for help, only to be tossed in a garbage can after an allegation of assault.
Starr currently portrays Homelander in The Boys on Amazon Prime. He previously starred as Lucas Hood in Banshee.
Ed Helms plays himself in Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun. He shows up in the second episode and tries to figure out why the group is recording “Hot Topic” interviews on Hollywood Boulevard, as there’s no comedic angle. Helms later buys some French fries for Aunty Donna, and then claims that his name is actually Egg Helms.
In pop culture, Helms is best known for starring as Andy Bernard in The Office. He also portrayed Stu in The Hangover trilogy.
Weird Al Yankovic
Musician Weird Al Yankovic appears in a meta promo clip during the second episode of Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, and returns in the fifth episode as “The Despot of Darkness.” The character opens the show in a coffin and warns the audience about entering the House of Aunty Donna, as it will feature “satire, parody, and clever wordplay.”
Weird Al Yankovic is best known for his music video parodies. A five-time Grammy winner, he has released 14 studio albums since the early ’80s.
Jack Quaid makes a brief cameo during the third episode of Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun. In a sketch about a classic 1907 basketball game, he portrays one of the players in a silent role (sporting a rather large mustache).
Quaid stars as Hughie Campbell in The Boys and portrayed Marvel in The Hunger Games movies.
More Cameos In Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun
Paul F. Tompkins as Jukebox: Tompkins voiced numerous characters in BoJack Horseman.
Brendan Scannell as Guardsman: Scannell portrayed Heather Duke in Heathers and Pete in Bonding.
Tawny Newsome as The Queen: Newsome portrayed Chelsea Leight-Leigh in Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ and Captain Angela Ali in Space Force.
Kristen Schaal as Dishwasher: Schaal voiced Mabel Pines in Gravity Falls and Sarah Lynn in BoJack Horseman.
Scott Aukerman as Police Officer: Aukerman co-created Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis and executive produced Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun.
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