Lee at Tokyo Comic-Con in 2016
Lee at Tokyo Comic-Con in 2016

The following is a list of cameo appearances by Stan Lee (1922–2018) in Marvel Comics films, television shows and video games.[1][2] A prolific comic book writer, editor, publisher, and producer, Lee has also had numerous cameos in films that are not Marvel’s and other media.

Marvel appearances

Marvel Cinematic Universe

Main article: Marvel Cinematic Universe

Stan Lee portrayed himself as an informant for the Watchers, keeping watch and detailing the events that take place on Earth within the Marvel Cinematic Universe media franchise. Lee appeared in each installment of the franchise from Iron Man (2008) to Avengers: Endgame (2019), prior to his death on November 12, 2018. According to Joe Russo, Lee's cameos were filmed consecutively with cameos already filmed for releases in 2019.[3][4]

Films

Television

Non-MCU films

X-Men films

Main article: X-Men (film series)

Spider-Man trilogy

Main article: Spider-Man (2002 film series)

Fantastic Four series

Main article: Fantastic Four in film § Tim Story films

The Amazing Spider-Man series

Main article: The Amazing Spider-Man (film series)

Sony's Spider-Man Universe

Main article: Sony's Spider-Man Universe

Other films

Non-MCU television series

Picture book appearance

Theme park attraction appearances

Video game appearances

Non-Marvel appearances

Film appearances

Animation

POW! Entertainment appearances

Other appearances

Television

Documentary appearances

Other appearances

Animation

Other appearances

Music video appearances

Video game appearances

References

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