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Al Roker is on a roll!
Over the past 20 years, Al has appeared in 49 different TV shows and movies. His 50th cameo will be in "Good Burger 2," where he'll make an appearance as a weatherman.
In anticipation of his big role, Al shared an exclusive preview of his appearance in the upcoming film on TODAY Nov. 16.
In the clip, Al showed Kel Mitchell's character, Ed, how he uses a green screen for work.
While standing in a newsroom, Ed started clicking a button that changed the animations on a green screen monitor behind him. The pair both screamed when they saw a burger tornado, a french fry hurricane and more.
"I had such a good time with him filming that scene," Al said on TODAY. "And I've been lucky enough to play around on a handful of iconic sets."
Over the years, Al has appeared in a number of great TV shows and movies like "Will & Grace," "Billions" and "Men in Black."
In "Men in Black," Al said he didn't know if was going to appear in the movie or not because he thought the scene of him doing the weather on a monitor was going to be cut in editing.
"Zed brings Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones into this one control area, and it’s where they monitor all alien activity on Earth. And there I am doing the weather, I think I’m next to Sylvester Stallone and near Danny DeVito," Al recalled.
"I didn’t know whether I was going to make the final cut. So Deborah, Courtney and I had gone to the premiere and Courtney goes, 'What, wait, you’re an alien?' And Deborah’s like “Explains a lot," he continued. "I was thrilled."
In 2003, Al made an appearance in the animated TV show "The Proud Family," where he played a mischievous genie who grants wishes.
"It's kind of fun being a kind of bad guy because you get to say things and do things that are opposite of who you are," he said. "Or is it???"
As for “Good Burger 2,” Al will be playing a weatherman alongside the movie’s original stars Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson.
In the movie, Al will be doing a bit of “physical improvisation” with the “All That” stars and Mitchell says that Al did a good job at keeping up with them.
“I threw a lot of stuff at him and he came right back with it,” Mitchell told TODAY.com in a Nov. 13 interview.
This article was originally published on TODAY.com