Ski to the Max
Pink appeared as Brena in this 2001 sport documentary from the Netherlands. She's credited using her birth name, Alecia Moore.
In 2002, Pink had a cameo as a rock singer in the, um, let's say poorly received remake of the 1975 sci-fi roller derby epic, 'Rollerball.' She's again credited as Alecia Moore.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
Pink appeared as the Coal Bowl M.C. in this sequel to 2000's 'Charlie's Angels,' staring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.
This movie looks freaky as clowns. It's based in the Paris Catacombs, this unbelievable 200-mile labyrinth of limestone tunnels under the city that's lined with the bones and skulls of, like, seven million people. Pink plays the character of Carolyn in the thriller, which was released in 2007.
Here's some wisdom you mightn't have woken up with this morning but you'll have when you get tucked into bed tonight: Pink is a huge SpongeBob SquarePants fan. In 2009, she appeared in a live-action segment of the animated Nickelodeon series' 10th anniversary special, "The Truth Or Square."
Get Him to the Greek
Pink appears in a cameo as herself in this 2010 comedy starring Jonah Hill and Russell Brand.
Happy Feet Two
In the 2011 sequel to 'Happy Feet,' Pink voiced the character of Gloria. The role in the 2006 original had been voiced by the late Brittany Murphy.
Thanks for Sharing
Pink was credited as Alecia Moore (and check out that above-the-title billing!) for her role as Dede in this star-studded 2012 dramedy.
Janis: Little Girl Blue
"Janis was fearless with her pain and with her truth," was among the insights that Pink offered during her interview for this 2015 documentary about the late rock legend Janis Joplin.
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Pink is one of dozens of music celebrity cameos in Andy Samburg's criminally underrated 2016 mockumentary. There are loads of stars in this movie including but not limited to Adam Levine, Mariah Carey 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Arcade Fire, DJ Khaled, Danger Mouse, A$AP Rocky, The Roots, RZA, Seal, Ringo Starr, Carrie Underwood, Usher, and Pharrell Williams but only Pink gets to ride a unicorn and sing under a rainbow in the movie's music video for "Equal Rights."