Professional wrestlers can crop up in the most unlikely places but one place that we love to find them is in classic movies. Whilst the 80\u2019s saw some top stars making it into Hollywood the 90\u2019s would see the trend increase massively. Not only did they have some great cameos but they also had their own massive leading roles. So before we\u2019re counted out let\u2019s take a look at ten classic 90\u2019s movies starring professional wrestlers. Jingle All The Way (1996) Arnold Schwarzenegger continued his trend of working with wrestlers into the 90\u2019s with Jingle All The Way. As the title suggests this was a Christmas movie about rival parents desperate to get their hands on the latest big toy for their kids. It\u2019s a very funny film and typically family-friendly for the 90\u2019s. It gains it\u2019s placed in our list thanks to a rare appearance from Paul \u201cThe Big Show\u201d Wight who plays a Giant Santa Claus. Mr. Nanny (1993) Hulk Hogan had plenty of lead roles in big movies and Mr. Nanny saw the Hulkster in a real family-friendly romp. In the movie he plays Sean, a former wrestler, of course, that is hired to protect two children after their family received death threats. As if having Hulkamania running wild wasn\u2019t enough the film also starred legendary wrestlers Brutus \u201cThe Barber\u201d Beefcake, Jim \u201cThe Anvil\u201d Neidhart, Kumala and all-round wrestling great George Steele. Ed Wood (1994) Ed Wood starred Jonny Depp as the titular filmmaker as he sets out to make some of his biggest films including Plan 9 From Outer Space. It was directed by Tim Burton and has his typical dark humour running throughout. Ed wood famously used wrestler Tor Johnson and Tim Burton looked toward another wrestling legend to play him, George \u201cThe Animal\u201d Steele Steele put in a stellar performance as Tor and with the addition of Bill Murray, Patricia Arquette, Sarah Jessica Parker, Martin Landau, and Vincent D\u2019Onofrio this is a genuine classic that you need to see. Friday (1995) Friday is one of the funniest films going and it was cult viewing during the 90\u2019s and beyond. Ice Cube set out to make a comedy take on everyday life for young black men at the time. Starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker as two friends who end up smoking too much weed that one of them was supposed to sell. They then have to find a way of making the money back to pay the dealer before he kills them. It\u2019s way funnier than it sounds and it has an incredible cast including Tiny \u201dZeus\u201d Lister as local bully and thief Deebo. Zeus plays the role brilliantly and you genuinely hate him by the end which just shows how good he is. The Waterboy (1998) Adam Sandler\u2019s 1998 comedy about a College Football Waterboy featured some big names in the cast. Kathy Bates, Henry Winkler, Rob Schneider, and Fairuza Balk all starred in the hilarious film but one name stands out for us. Yes, it seems appearances from Paul \u201cThe Big Show\u201d Wight aren\u2019t so rare after all as he plays Adam Sandler\u2019s hero Captain Insane-O. His part is pretty funny as he realises the child writing to him for ages actually turns out to be an adult. Die Hard With A Vengeance (1995) Die Hard With A Vengeance was the third Die Hard movie and it delivered in exactly the same way as its predecessors. John McClane teams up with a Harlem store owner played by Samuel L Jackson to stop a German terrorist from robbing the Federal Reserve. It\u2019s ludicrous and amongst all of the usual Die Hard craziness, you will find a couple of familiar faces to the wrestling world in Ludvig Borga and Damien DeMento. The pair play Erik and Roman respectively, they\u2019re fairly small roles but you can\u2019t miss them. Batman & Robin (1997) Batman & Robin has the dubious honour of being remembered as the worst Batman movie of all time. Whilst it may hold a certain camp nostalgia now it was critically panned at the time and we aren\u2019t sure anyone would claim it do be their favourite. As George Clooney became the bat Arnold Schwarzenegger took the role of Mr. Freeze and he brought some wrestlers with him in the shape of long-time cohort Jesse Ventura and the slightly less known WCW star Jeep \u201cThe Ultimate Solution\u201d Swenson. The movie did have some saving graces, such as Uma Thurman as Poison Ivy and Mr. Freeze\u2019s ridiculous one-liners but unfortunately, it wasn\u2019t enough to save it. Universal Soldier: The Return (1999) To be fair this is another turkey of a film and can definitely be categorised under \u201csequels that shouldn\u2019t be\u201d. Jean Claude Van Damme returns as the Universal Soldier and that\u2019s all there is to know really. Why are we including it here? Well, it does star two members of wrestling royalty in Bill Goldberg and Sylvester \u201cThe Predator\u201d Terkay. It also has some pretty classic Van Damme moments so there\u2019s that as well. Suburban Commando (1991) Hulk Hogan stars as a warrior from space who is forced to land on Earth when his ship is damaged. He rents a room with a family in suburbia and then teams up with the dad, played by Christopher Lloyd, to fight bounty hunters. If you were a kid at the time then this movie was a big deal. Was it good? Well, not really but it had Hogan playing a butt-kicking intergalactic warrior so who cares. As if that wasn\u2019t enough it even starred The Undertaker who only had one line as he plays a silent character. When he does speak however it is with a child\u2019s voice, hilarious. Man On The Moon (1999) Man On The Moon was an incredibly ambitious and heartfelt project. Jim Carrey takes the lead role as comedy legend Andy Kaufman and puts in the performance of a lifetime. Of course one of Andy Kaufman\u2019s most famous bits was when he took on Jerry \u201cThe King\u201d Lawler and challenged him to a wrestling match. The King took great offense to his actions and with a severe loss of a sense of humour a genuine feud started between them. This whole episode is detailed and rather than getting actors in they got Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross to play themselves. Man On The Moon also starred GLOW legend Mando Guerrero and former WWF Women\u2019s Champion Stacey \u201cThe Kat\u201d Carter. So, that concludes our look at some classic 90's movies that starred wrestlers, which are your favourites and have we left any out? Why not let us know in the comments and get involved.