While we've come to expect plenty of cameos from Marvel Studios, especially from a certain Stan Lee, Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 went into overdrive with the amount of individuals that popped up in the film. Writer and director James Gunn managed to find space for both classic and cult Marvel characters, the return of some from the original film, as well as even debuting someone that we didn't expect to be introduced to until November. But who else made a cameo in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2? Here's a rundown of 10 cameos from the blockbuster that you may have actually missed.

There are obviously some pretty big SPOILERS ahead for Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2. So if you haven't see the blockbuster then you probably should click onto one of other fine articles instead.

David Hasselhoff

It wasn't hard to spot David Hasselhoff in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, as he suddenly emerged during one of the key scenes of the film. Kurt Russell's Ego shape-shifted into The Hoff's likeness as he was in the middle of an emotional interchange with Peter Quill. Chris Pratt's character had previously revealed that, in the absence of his actual father, he used to tell his school friends that David Hasselhoff was his dad, but that he was busy with Knight Rider to see him. Which is just a little bit more plausible than my father is actually a planet.

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