Now that The Kardashians has finally been released on Hulu, Keeping Up With the Kardashian fans get to see a whole new look at their lives today. Watching the entire Kardashian and Jenner clan back together only made fans want more of the family.
With episodes released every week, fans of the Kardash-Jenners can get their fix of Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney by watching TV shows and movies that they’ve been a part of over the years. While some parts of KUWTK were obviously scripted, at least these roles came with a literal script. From animated pictures to cameos to returning characters, the Kardash-Jenner women have some acting chops.
Kim Kardashian: Paw Patrol: The Movie
In 2021, Kim Kardashian was a part of Paw Patrol: The Movie. The film followed six puppies on a mission to save their city from their mayor, and Kim voiced Dolores the poodle. As a mother of four kids, voicing a character from one of the best family-friendly movies was most likely important to her.
As Kim said in an interview with JB WebTV, “[Dolores] is this valley-girl poodle pup, I would say, that just really doesn’t mess around with the other pups. She doesn’t want to be pushed around, she’s sassy. “The movie was a hit with younger audiences and Kim she had fun” doing new experiences “with animation.
Khloe Kardashian & Kris Jenner: Real Husbands Of Hollywood
The Real Husbands of Hollywood is a parody satire created by and starring Kevin Hart. Hart starred alongside other notable names like Nelly, Duane Martin, and Nick Cannon. The parody poked fun at the franchise, The Real Housewivesand followed men who were married to big-time celebrities.
In 2013, Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner starred in the episode ‘Hell of a Fundraiser’ as themselves. The episode focused on a fundraiser at Hart’s house, where Khloe and Kris showed up and outbid different characters. The two also poked fun at themselves and their own family-friendly reality TV show.
Kim Kardashian: American Dad!
Kim Kardashian was one of the best guest stars on American Dad! Although she’s not an actress, Kim knocked her role as Qurchhhh out of the park.
In the episode ‘Bagsnarst, a Love Story,’ Kim played an alien covered in so much pink fur that her face couldn’t be detected. Qurchhhh and Roger fall in love but when Qurchhhh is more into the relationship than Roger is, he sends her to the government to be destroyed. However, Qurchhhh ended up surviving the disaster and when she appeared without her fur, she was just as attractive as Kim Kardashian, which made the episode a hilarious one.
Kourtney Kardashian: He’s All That
In 2021, a remake of the ’90s film She’s All That was created called He’s All That. Instead of a man transforming a woman into a popular girl at school, He’s All That had TikTok star Addison Rae’s character turning Tanner Buchanan’s character into a popular guy.
Many felt She’s All That was too much of a class to be remade, and the movie didn’t have great reviews, but Kourtney Kardashian had a role in the film as Jessica Miles Torres. While her time was brief, it was a pop culture moment to have her in this beloved remake with a young, thriving cast.
Kim Kardashian: Drop Dead Diva
Drop Dead Diva was a 2009 comedy that focused on a model who died and came back to life in a body that was different than her own. Instead of a model, she was now an older lawyer and had a hard time accepting her new fate and a second chance at life.
In 2012, Kim had a reoccurring role as Nikki LePree. Instead of playing a character who was similar to her, Kim played a con artist who scammed Stacey out of money. Fans of Kim’s got to see her behind bars in an orange jumpsuit. It was fun to watch her in something completely different than her norm.
Kris Jenner: The Mindy Project
Mindy Lahiri was obsessed with all things pop culture and celebrity in The Mindy Project. As a doctor in New York City, Mindy ran into famous people often and had to remain cool because of her profession, but she had a hard time doing so when she ran into Kris Jenner.
Since the show ended in 2017, fans forgot that Kirs guest-starred on The Mindy Project. In the episode ‘Fertility Bites,’ Mindy berated Kris at a book signing. Since Mindy opened a new fertility clinic, she approached Kris in hopes of gaining more high-end clientele. Kris did a great job of acting freaked out by Mindy’s eagerness.
Kim, Kendall, And Kylie: Ocean’s 8
Ocean’s 8 was a 2018 spinoff of the Ocean’s franchise. In the movie, Debbie Ocean and her clan of friends planned on pulling the ultimate heist at that year’s Met Gala. And since Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner are fashion icons at the Met, it only made sense for them to make a cameo in the movie.
When the characters showed up on the red carpet, Kim, Kendall, and Kylie were seen posing and walking the red carpet. Although they had no lines, their presence was enough to make an impact on the scene.
Kendal Jenner: The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange is an animated series mixed with live-action on the Cartoon Network. The series had two seasons and a ton of guest stars, including Kendall Jenner.
In the 2013 episode ‘Shakesparagus Speare,’ Kendall voiced Strawberry. The show followed an orange and his produce friends as they lived their lives. And while the show wasn’t the best live-action cartoon around, it got Kendall’s foot in the door for the acting world.
Kylie Jenner: Holiday Trolls In Harmony
Trolls: Holiday in Harmony was a holiday special based on the Trolls franchise. Stars like Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, and Rachel Bloom all made appearances in the movie, but so did Kylie Jenner and her boyfriend Travis Scott.
Playing Penelopuff, Kylie’s Troll was peppy, pink, and loved Scott’s Troll, Rhyme-A-Saurus. Because of the standout Trolls World Tour was, specials and sequels were created to keep the popularity alive. Trolls: Holiday in Harmony is the last acting job Kylie Jenner has as of this article’s publishing.
Kim Kardashian: Disaster Movie
In 2008, Kim Kardashian poked fun at herself by playing Lisa in the parody Disaster Movie. The satire poked fun at some of the more popular horror, disaster movies of the last decade with famous actors and pop culture icons as the characters.
As silly as the movie was, it wasn’t positively reviewed. It was even nominated for multiple nominations for the 29th Golden Raspberry Awards (aka the award show for failed movies). However, Kim deserves credit for putting herself out there and trying something different than reality TV.
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