The outrageously raunchy coming-of-age animated series, Big Mouth has never been shy about recruiting famous guest stars.
However, in its latest season, the show has taken celebrity cameos to a whole new level, bringing in A-list talent to add even more zaniness to the lives of all the hormone-driven teenagers.
From Megan Thee Stallion to Zazie Beetz, season seven of Big Mouth has some of the biggest names in pop culture dropping in at random to up the ante.
Let’s dive into every cameo in Big Mouth season seven.
Zazie Beetz joins the cast as Danni in this season. Her character’s interactions with Nick add a unique twist to the storyline, as Nick becomes infatuated with Danni, setting the stage for new comedic shenanigans.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion, known for her raunchy humour and charisma, takes on the role of the Hormone Monstress of Beetz’s Danni, appearing in episodes one, five, and seven.
Brian Tyree Henry
Returning as Elijah, Brian Tyree Henry guest stars in multiple episodes of Big Mouthas Missy’s boyfriend.
The musical genius himself, Lin-Manuel Miranda, graces episode six as the composer Esperandos Pelitos. Miranda’s character writes a catchy song that delves into the difficulties of growing up and the changes that come with it.
Best known for her role in Never Have I Ever, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan joins the Big Mouth ensemble in episode seven as Marissa, Andrew’s new love interest.
In a special episode exploring the global perspective of adolescence, Lupita Nyong’o plays the Shame Wizard in Kenya in season seven, episode six.
Episode six also sees Don Cheadle in a cameo role alongside Nyong’o. His surprising appearance adds an extra layer of humour to the episode.
Known for her comedic prowess, Stephanie Beatriz voices Lulu, the local high school’s mean girl, in the season premiere.
The former Top Chef host takes on the role of Marissa’s mother, Priya, adding a unique twist to Andrew’s love life. Andrew’s attraction to Priya creates a super weird complication in the story.
The iconic Billy Porter, adds a touch of inspiration to the show as Ocean in episode one. As a high schooler who uses they/them pronouns, Ocean provides support and hope to another character, Matthew, as he navigates the challenges of high school.
Randall Park, who initially appeared in the Big Mouth spinoff series Human Resources, returns as Pete, The Logic Rock, in the Season seven premiere. His character assists Caleb in overcoming anxiety about heading to high school.
Rosie Perez, known for her dramatic roles, steps into a comedic one as Petra, The Ambition Gremlin. In episode three, she helps Andrew find his direction in life, delivering essential guidance in her own quirky way.
And last but definitely not least, Zach Galifianakis, a familiar face in the comedy world, takes on the role of Gratitoad. His character spreads happiness by voicing the gratitude of those around him.