In theory, the idea of a movie franchise about sharks falling from tornados in the sky sounds absolutely absurd, but that is kind of the appeal of "Sharknado," right? In honor of the sixth (yes, SIXTH!!!!!!) and final movie in Syfy's made-for-TV movie franchise — "The Last Sharknado: It's About Time," which debuts on Aug. 15, 2018 — Wonderwall.com has gathered up some of the best (and most random!) cameos from the past five installments. Keep reading to see which sharktastic stars have joined Tara Reid and Ian Ziering on the small screen…
In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, daytime TV show host Jerry Springer was attacked by a shark in the third movie, "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!"
Billionaire Mark Cuban got to live the dream when he played the president in "Sharknado 3." Keep reading to see who played his veep!
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Political firebrand Ann Coulter got to fulfill one of her dreams by playing the vice president in the third "Sharknado" movie.
Las Vegas musical institution Wayne Newton appeared in the fourth installment, "Sharknado: The 4th Awakens," as himself.
Comedy legend Tommy Davidson from the '90s hit "In Living Color" appeared in "Sharknado 4" as a playboy billionaire who's the CEO of tech company Astro-X, developers of a revolutionary energy system that can stabilize the atmosphere and prevent the formation of tornadoes.
Quirky actor Gary Busey made a memorable appearance in the fourth "Sharknado" installment as Wilford Wexler, Tara Reid's character's father, a lead scientist at Astro-X.
Comedy titan Carrot Top made a memorable appearance as an Uber driver in the fourth "Sharknado" installment. Fun fact: This was Carrot Top's first appearance in an American movie in more than a decade.
Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath (left) and comedian Judah Friedlander (center) popped up in the second installment of the franchise, "Sharknado 2: The Second One," as old buddies of Ian Ziering's character.
Legendary babe Bo Derek made a memorable appearance in the third iteration of the "Sharknado" franchise as the mother of Tara Reid's character.
David Hasselhoff has actually popped up in a couple of the "Sharknado" movies — playing Ian Ziering's character's father, Gilbert Shepard.
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan had a memorable turn in the second "Sharknado" TV movie! Michael tackled a flying shark while Kelly used her sharp pump to smash a hammerhead!
Kelly Osbourne appeared in the second "Sharknado" movie as a flight attendant who was unceremoniously devoured by a shark… in mid-air!
The Chippendales male revue had one of the best counter-attack cameos in the fourth "Sharknado" movie. Four words: Pelvis thrust shark attack. We'll let you imagine that one on your own!
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Cynthia Bailey got to play a victim of a shark attack in the fourth "Sharknado" movie .
Former MTV VJ Downtown Julie Brown played a nurse at the local hospital in "Sharknado 3" — and she luckily got to live! She returned to the franchise as the Vatican consigliere for the pope in "Sharknado 5."
"Married with Children" alum David Faustino played a gambler in a Las Vegas casino in the fourth "Sharknado" movie.
"The Hulk" alum Lou Ferrigno got to flex his acting chops and utter his iconic "Don't make me angry!" catchphrase before getting munched on by a shark in "Sharknado 3."
Rap icon Biz Markie appeared as a cook in the second installment!
"Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz appeared as a military man who suffers a gruesome death in "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!"
TV legend Judd Hirsch appeared driving — what else?! — a taxi in the second "Sharknado" movie.
Fantasy author and "Game of Thrones" creator George R.R. Martin made a much talked-about appearance in the third installment of the so-bad-it's-good franchise and had a rather gruesome death: He was decapitated! The scene was filmed as an homage to a key plot point on Season 1 of "Game of Thrones."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star and former child actress Kim Richards surprised everyone when she played an enthusiastic theme park attendant in "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!"
Legendary comedians Penn and Teller made a memorable appearance in the third "Sharknado" movie as retired NASA Lt. Col. Stylo and Major Caissier, respectively.
Kim Kardashian West's ex Ray J appeared in "Sharknado 3" as NASA technician Tom Major.
Former Playmate Holly Madison got to play against type as Sgt. Harrison in the third "Sharknado" movie.
Disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner appeared as the director of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration in the third installment of the absurdist franchise.
Sandra "Pepa" Denton from Salt-N-Pepa (right) showed up for a second in the sophomore "Sharknado" installment as the victim of a shark attack.
"Airplane" actor Robert Hays showed up in the second "Sharknado" movie as — what else?! — a pilot.
Controversial comedian Andy Dick appeared in the second "Sharknado" movie as an incompetent cop.
Disgraced former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle made a comical appearance in the second "Sharknado" movie. He went to prison two years later.
Music legend Charo had a royal welcome to the "Sharknado" franchise as the Queen of England in 2017's "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming."
"American Idol" alum Clay Aiken played Llewelyn, an English tech genius with lots of gadgets, in "Sharknado 5."
Legendary Olympic swimmer Greg Louganis starred as Zico, an art thief, in "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming."
Fabio as the pope? Only in "Sharknado!" The romance book model made a cameo as the leader of the Catholic church in "Sharknado 5."
"Saturday Night Live" alum Chris Kattan brought the laughs as the prime minister of England in "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming."
Skateboard icon Tony Hawk appeared as a weapons operative strategist in "Sharknado 5."
Comedian Margaret Cho starred as a unhappy bride who's honeymoon was ruined by attacking sharks in "Sharknado 5."
"Queer Eye" alum Jai Rodriguez took on the role of Margaret Cho's husband in "Sharknado 5."
Gilbert Gottfried reprised his role as storm chasing "Today" correspondent Ron McDonald in "Sharknado 5."
Speaking of the "Today" show, real-life anchors Hoda Kotb, Kathie Lee Gifford and Al Roker all made cameos in "Sharknado 5."
British Olympic diver Tom Daley appeared as himself in "Sharknado 5."
Geraldo Rivera starred as Dr. Angel, a doctor who comes up with a plan to prevent future attacks from flying sharks, in "Sharknado 5."
Olivia Newton-John and her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, starred as Orion and Electra, two scientists who help defend Australia from a Sharknado, in "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming."
"Star Trek" alum Nichelle Nichols plays a NATO secretary in "Sharknado 5."
Bret Michaels rocked out on his guitar while riding a red doubledecker bus and attacking sharks in "Sharknado 5."
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Porsha Williams played Andromeda, a member of the elite "Sharknado Sisterhood," in "Sharknado 5."
Reality TV legend Tiffany Pollard (aka New York) made a cameo as Vega, a Brazilian artifacts dealer, in "Sharknado 5."
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" actor Dan Fogler appeared as himself in "Sharknado 5."
"Dance Moms" alum Abby Lee Miller played herself in "Sharknado 5" just a few months before she went to prison for bankruptcy fraud.
Olympic medal-winning figure skater Sasha Cohen made a cameo as herself in "Sharknado 5."
"Red Corner" actress Bai Ling played Mira, a shark fighter, in "Sharknado 5."