We couldn't help but wonder...if you remember these cameos.
Geri Horner of the Spice Girls played Phoebe, Samantha's SoHo House friend, in the season 6 episode "Boy, Interrupted."
Anson Mount played Greg, Charlotte's "crab" from the Hamptons, in the season 2 episode "Twenty-Something Girls vs Thirty-Something Women."
Justin Theroux made two guest appearances on “Sex and the City,” playing two totally different characters. First, he played Jared, an author who’s friends with Standford. Then he later played Carrie’s romantic interest, fiction writer Vaughn, a man with the perfect family but a few issues in the bedroom.
Margaret Cho played Lynne Cameron, a fashion show producer, in the season 4 episode "The Real Me."
As a teen, Kat Dennings made her television debut on “SATC” as Jenny Brier, a spoiled 13-year-old who hired Samantha to plan her bat mitzvah.
In season six of “SATC,” Jennifer Coolidge portrayed a casual friend of the ladies, who had recently gone through a breakup and was coping by creating outrageous handbags. During her infamous purse party, she caught Samantha and Smith, a waiter at the event, having sex in the stairwell.
Eddie Cahill played Sean, Carrie's bisexual fling, in the season 3 episode "Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl."
David Duchovny played Jeremy, Carrie's high school sweetheart, in the season 6 episode "Boy, Interrupted."
Gabriel Macht played Barkley, the serial model dater, in the season 1 episode "Models and Mortals."
Wallace Shawn played Martin Grable in the season 6 episode "Splat!"
While Carrie was dating her bisexual boyfriend Mark, she met Alanis Morissette’s character Dawn. While attending the same party, the group played spin the bottle, which led to Carrie and Dawn locking lips.
Bryan Callen played Howie Halberstein, Carrie's "jack rabbit sex" partner, in the season 6 episode "The Catch."
Bradley Cooper actually gained his first acting credit on “Sex and the City,” where he spent the night making out with Carrie at a gay bar. Things quickly took a turn for their relationship though when his character Jack got a glimpse of Carrie’s infamous "Single and Fabulous?" magazine cover.
Early in his career, Will Arnett appeared on “SATC” as Miranda’s love interest Jack. Things were going well until his exhibitionist tendencies became a big issue and she quickly cut things off.
Jim Gaffigan played Doug, one of Miranda's flings, in the season 4 episode "Defining Moments."
Chandra Wilson played the police officer who allowed Samantha to post signs of Richard, in the season 5 episode "Anchors Away."
Earlier in her career, Elizabeth Banks made a brief appearance on the show where she played Catherine, the fiancée of a politician who was attending a fundraiser where Carrie's boyfriend Bill Kelley was raising money. Charlotte had expressed interest in the politician before realizing that he was married to Catherine.
Josh Hamilton played George, Miranda's colleague from Chicago, in the season 3 episode "All or Nothing."
Clark Gregg played Harris Bragen, Miranda's "doctor" date, in the season 3 episode "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
Jon Bon Jovi’s character Seth met Carrie in therapy during his guest appearance on “Sex and the City.” The two started up a romance before realizing the reason they were both in therapy - Carrie never picked the right guys and Seth lost interest in women after sleeping with them.
Alan Cumming played Oscar, a fashion adviser for Carrie's runway debut, in the season 4 episode "The Real Me."
Timothy Olyphant played Sam, Carrie's "20-something" love interest, in the season 1 episode "Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys."
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson played Laney Berlin in the season 1 episode "The Baby Shower."
Rachel Nichols played Alexa, the waitress Richard and Samantha threesome with, in the season 4 episode "A 'Vogue' Idea."
Jeffrey Nordling played Capote Duncan, Charlotte's love interest, in the series premiere.
During the girl’s trip to LA, Carrie met Sarah Michelle Gellar’s character Debbie, who was a Hollywood junior development executive who wanted to turn her columns into a movie.
Vince Vaughn appeared on “Sex and the City” for two episodes, when the ladies took a trip to Los Angeles. After meeting at a movie premiere, Carrie had a fling with his character Keith Travers, who was pretending to be Matt Damon's agent. Carrie soon found out that he was actually Carrie Fisher's house-sitter and personal assistant.
La La Anthony played an MTV interviewer in the season 6 episode "The Post-It Always Sticks Twice."
Peyton List had a small part is the season 3 episode "Hot Child in the City."