During the course of multiple seasons and dozens of episodes of Rick and Morty, the duo have met their fair share of characters from all corners of the universe. Evil aliens, strange monsters, friends, foes, and a bizarre array of potential love interests have made the rounds on the Adult Swim toon, adding to the chaotic intergalactic adventures. But behind the scenes, the voices of many characters are familiar as celebrities and public figures love making surprise cameos on the hit animated show.
From multi-millionaire fanboys to Oscar-winning actresses to effortlessly cool character actors like Sam Neill, vote up your favorite non-comedian celeb cameo from Rick and Morty.
Character: Monogatron Leader
Episode: "The Old Man and the Seat"
The Jurassic Park star makes a cameo on the Adult Swim toon as the alien leader who meets up with Morty and Jerry after a dating app poses a threat to Earth. It is revealed that Monogatron Leader is making a play to pilfer the planet for its water supply because humans are easily distracted by relationships.29522Were you surprised?
Character: Talking Cat
Episode: "Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty
One of the more mysterious cameos, Broderick plays a talking cat that convinces Jerry to go to Florida, where he promptly ditches Morty’s dad in exchange for popularity. Rick grows suspicious of the chatty feline and performs a mind probe, discovering that the furball has a dark, possibly sinister past.32248Were you surprised?
Character: Balthromaw the Dragon
Episode: "Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty"
The Game of Thrones Onion Knight voices the dragon Balthromaw, a majestic creature with a few truly disturbing fetishes. He is given to Morty as a gift from Rick, but after a few adventures, the teen sidekick decides it is best to part ways with the flying firebreather. And take a shower.30747Were you surprised?
Character: Mr. Lucius Needful/The Devil
Episode: "Something Ricked This Way Comes"
That one time Doc Ock took a turn as the Devil in the show’s sendup of Stephen King/Ray Bradbury tropes. Playing the owner of a cursed antique store that makes wishes come true at a cost, Mr. Lucius Needful was Summer’s evil boss and soon attracted the ire of Rick, who enjoyed foiling his every plan. Until he got bored, of course.21734Were you surprised?