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Now that we had the Oscars last night, it is time to gather a list of games that enhanced their storytelling by featuring real-life actors, actresses and other celebrities—not just as voice actors, but sometimes even as the main characters.


Chow Yun-fat as Inspector Tequila in Stranglehold

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Bruce Lee as himself in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

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Burt Reynolds as himself in Saints Row: The Third

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Shaquille O'Neal as himself in Shaq-Fu

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Tia Carrere as Ari in The Daedalus Encounter

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Christopher Lloyd as Drew Blanck in Toonstruck

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Ricky Gervais as himself in Grand Theft Auto IV

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Ozzy Osbourne as himself in Brütal Legend

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Snoop Dogg as an unlockable character in True Crime: Streets of L.A.

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Ellen Page as Jodie Holmes in Beyond: Two Souls

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Year by year, the number of these games increases exponentially. If we didn't include your favorite, make sure to post them below with visual support.

sources: Strangleholdgame.com, Craiglovespepsi's LP, Saint Row: The Third Pimps and Gimps trailer, Hardcoregaming101, pheedbaq's LP, cubex55's LP, d1ceBLN's LP, Double Fine, GamesStation1987, Beyondps3.com

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