Movie Directors Who Made a Cameo Appearance in Their Own Films

David Lean

Lawrence of Arabia is often said to be one of the top films of all time. The story follows the true tale of T.E Lawrence, who lived during World War I as a writer, diplomat, archaeologist, military theorist, and British army officer. Director David Lean appears, or rather, is heard, only once in the film. He vocally cameos as a motorcyclist who asks Lawrence a very pivotal question: "Who are you?"


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