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Actors Who Had Little Screen Time But Stole The Show Anyway

Aaron Tveit as Enjolras in Les Misérables:

Enjolras had around 10 minutes of screen time in the film, which included singing "ABC Café / Red & Black," one of the musical's most well-known songs.

Jonathan Groff as King George III in Hamilton:

During the stage production on Disney+, King George III received around five minutes of screen time, and Jonathan Groff was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical.

Drew Barrymore as Casey Becker in Scream:

Drew Barrymore is still regarded as one of the best scream queens in the genre despite having only 15 minutes of screen time in the picture – the first 15.

Cillian Murphy as Dr. Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow in Batman Begins:

Despite being the main adversary, Scarecrow only received roughly eight and a half minutes of screen time in the movie.

Stanley Tucci as Caesar Flickerman in The Hunger Games:

Throughout the four Hunger Games flicks, Caesar Flickerman received only roughly 14 minutes of screen time.

Gwyneth Paltrow as Beth Emhoff in Contagion:

Beth only had a few minutes of screen time in the movie, but her character's screenshot (shown above) has become synonymous with it.

Allison Janney as Ms. Perky in 10 Things I Hate About You:

Ms. Perky appeared in less than ten minutes of 10 Things I Hate About You, leaving us with the memorable statement, "Heinous bitch is the term used most frequently." Allison Janney, despite being a cult favorite, forgot she was in the movie.

Beatrice Straight as Louise Schumacher in Network:

Beatrice Straight won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress despite Louise having only roughly five minutes of screen time in the picture.

Alec Baldwin as Blake in Glengarry Glen Ross:

Blake barely lasted around eight minutes on screen, but he managed to deliver one of cinema's most memorable lines: "ABC: Always Be Closing."

Queen Latifah as LaShawn the Waitress in Jungle Fever:

Despite the fact that her character had a pivotal role on the two protagonists, LaShawn only had about two minutes of screen time in the film.


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