Russia 2018: 4 Times Famous Footballers Showed Acting Skills
Over the years, several famous footballers have starred in movies and TV series.
Bounce News brings to you 4 famous stars of the round leather game who have also entertained fans with their acting abilities.
Three time world cup winner, Pele starred as Luis Fernandez, an allied prisoner of war, in the 1981 war film 'Escape To Victory'.
He starred as a footballer in the movie, who played a match against a team of German soldiers.
He appeared in the film alongside top films stars like Michael Caine and Sylvester Stallone.
David Beckham first made a cameo appearance in a film titled 'Goal'.
In 2005, Beckham, who played for Manchester United, Real Madrid and AC Milan made a cameo appearance.
He also starred in Guy Ritche's films: as a projectionist in the 2015 "The Man from U.N.C.L.E" and as Trigger in the 2017 "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword."
3. Bobby Moore
Bobby Moore was captain of the England National team that won the FIFA World Cup in 1966. He played Terry Brady in "Escape to Victory."
Moore starred alongside fellow football star Pele in the 1981 film.
He has also appeared in several episodes of the TV series ‘Till Death Do Us Part’.
4. Zinedine Zidane
In 2006, Zidane was famous for headbutting, Italian player, Materazzi in the 2006 World Cup final, that same year he appeared in the American animated sitcom "Family Guy".
He featured on the episode "Saving Private Brian" where he is seen headbutting an old lady as a parody of his famous headbutting incident.
He is also known for his roles in "Goal," "The Dream Begins," "Goal II: Living the Dream" and "Asterix at the Olympic Games."
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