Meg Ryan in a 1982 Burger King commercial
Brad Pitt in a 1989 Pringles commercial
John Travolta in a 1972 Safeguard soap commercial
Jack Black in a 1982 commercial for the Atari game "Pitfall"
Ben Affleck in a 1989 Burger King commercial
Steve Carell in a 1989 Brown's Chicken commercial
Morgan Freeman in a 1973 Listerine commercial
Mila Kunis in a 1993 Lisa Frank commercial
Matt LeBlanc in a 1987 Heinz commercial
Leonardo DiCaprio in a 1988 Bubble Yum commercial
Seth Green in a 1992 Nerf commercial
Tina Fey in a 1995 Mutual Savings Bank commercial
Sarah Michelle Gellar in a 1981 Burger King commercial
"Mad Men" star Elisabeth Moss in a 2005 Excedrin commercial
Stanley Tucci in a mid-1980s Levi's commercial
Paul Rudd in a 1991 Nintendo commercial
Elijah Wood in a 1990 cheese commercial
Stephen Colbert in a mid-1990s FirsTier Bank commercial
Keanu Reeves in a 1983 Coca-Cola commercial
Andrew McCarthy and Elisabeth Shue in a 1983 Burger King commercial
Lindsay Lohan in a 1996 Jell-O commercial
Britney Spears in a 1993 Maull’s Barbecue Sauce commercial
Kristen Stewart in a 1999 Porsche commercial
Jason Bateman in a 1980 Golden Grahams Commercial
Naomi Watts in a 1986 Tampax commercial
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston in an early-1980s Shield Soap commercial
"Glee" star Jane Lynch in a late-1990s Kellogg's Frosted Flakes commercial
Megan Mullally (and John Goodman) in a 1983 McDonald’s commercial
"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul in a 1999 Kellogg's Corn Pops commercial
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star Charlie Day in a 2000 Cascade commercial
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