Dollface Is Worth a Watch Simply For the Incredible Cameos in Season One
Between Kat Dennings and Brenda Song commanding its ship, Hulu's Dollface flaunts a pretty impressive main cast. But the feminist fantasy series boasts a stellar guest star roster as well. Even if they only show up for an episode or two, their quirky characters leave hilarious lasting impressions. Take, for example, Margot Robbie as a spiritual guide in modern Professor Trelawney gear or Macaulay Culkin as a potential serial killer who fakes a gluten allergy. And let's not forget This Is Us's Uncle Nicky as a financially savvy stripper either! Needless to say, we're a little obsessed with the star-studded cameos. Keep reading to check out if one of your favorite celebs pops up for a little magically realistic fun!
Este Haim as Lemon
Using Haim's music on the show, creator Jordan Weiss got in touch with band member Este Haim and eventually wrote her a part as Lemon, Stella's friend who takes pictures of naked men as furniture.
Dave Coulier as Himself
Full House's Dave Coulier plays a fictional version of himself on Dollface, where he talks with Stella about retirement over drinks. You'll be able to catch him as Uncle Joey yet again on the reboot Fuller House!
Shelley Hennig as Ramona
Shelley Hennig plays Ramona, Jules's ex's bride-to-be sister. She recently starred in Ouija, and is known for portraying Malia Tate on Teen Wolf.
Joey Lawrence as Himself
Known for his work on Blossom and Brotherly Love, Joey Lawrence also plays himself on Dollface. In the show, he throws a party announcing that he's going to die, but actually becomes part of a magic trick.
Ritesh Rajan as Thomas
If you've indulged in Netflix's Russian Doll, you know that Ritesh Rajan plays a bodega worker named Ferran. In Dollface, he portrays a food and culture reporter who gives Madison just the slightest bout of anxiety.
Matthew Gray Gubler as Wes
Yup, that's Spencer Reid you see. Known for his roles on Criminal Minds and in 500 Days of Summer, Matthew Gray Gubler portrays Wes, a vet who becomes Jules's love interest. We're excited that Jules is rekindling relationships with her friends again, but we really wouldn't mind seeing more of Wes in a second season.
Michael Angarano as Steve
You might know Michael Angarano as angsty, young Uncle Nicky on This Is Us, but he plays a totally offbeat role in Dollface. We meet him as Steve, a financially savvy stripper meant for Ramona's bachelorette party who ends up hanging out with Jules's friends instead.
Jai Rodriguez as Mario
An OG member of the Fab Five, Jai Rodriguez is a hairdresser for Ramona as well as a host for a beauty pageant in one of Jules's fantasies.
Tia Carrere as Stella's Mother
Tia Carrere portrays Stella's party-loving mom. You might know her as Nani's voice from Lilo and Stitch or as Cassandra from Wayne's World.
Derek Theler as Ryan
To rid Jeremy from her system, Jules has a fling with the Lego-obsessed Ryan. The actor who plays Ryan, Derek Theler, is best known for his role on Baby Daddy as Danny Wheeler.
Camilla Belle as Melyssa
Camilla Belle, who played young Sally (aka Sandra Bullock) in Practical Magic, portrays the new girl that Jules's ex is seeing.
Margot Robbie as Imelda
Margot Robbie goes all out for Imelda, a wacky spiritual guide and instructor at Jules's company retreat. You might know her from a handful of projects, including Suicide Squad, I, Tonya, and Bombshell. She's also one of the executive producers on the show.
Christina Pickles as Sylvia
In an episode that's a feminist spoof on The Wizard of Oz, Christina Pickles, aka Ross and Monica's mom on Friends, plays a speaker at the Women's March who's supposed to be a parallel to Oz.
Nikki Reed as Bronwyn
The Twilight saga's Nikki Reed plays a, um, colorful role on Dollface. She portrays Bronwyn, an old friend of Stella's who randomly pops up naked and covered in mud in Mexico.