A pre-fame Amy Adams made a memorable cameo on That ‘70s Show, with the small role kickstarting her acclaimed career.

While Amy Adams is now acclaimed and has six Academy Award nominations under her belt for films like The Master and American Hustle,

However, before she won a recurring stint on the hit series The Office, Amy Adams was cast in an often forgotten role on the nostalgic That ‘70s Show.

That ‘70s Show was notable for launching the massively successful careers of its main cast, particularly Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama

Additionally, That ‘70s Show’s eight seasons saw cameos from many famous and pre-fame actors alike, including Bruce Willis, The Office’s Jenna Fischer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Lindsay Lohan, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Just five years before she would be nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Junebug, Amy Adams cameoed as Kat Peterson in That ‘70s Show season 2.

Ashton Kutcher recalled that she seemed completely natural in her role, feeling that she belonged there alongside the rest of the cast.

That ‘70s Show after her season 2 cameo, but at least she was able to appear in Eric Forman’s iconic basement, which not every guest star was able to boast about.