Yoshie Gotou, one of the Stage Moms in "The O Chain", actually appeared in Kamen Rider Kiva as the woman who went into sports archery after her own Stage Mom pushed her to learn the violin. Karma's the real bitch here.
At one point, Jinno notes that Takeshi would be a nice name. Also, his use of Gratuitous English mirrors his schtick as a Fake American. And the name "Catherine" pops up later... note Nadagi is part of the duo "Dylan & Catherine"
Masayuki Deai (Trigger Dopant), though not for one of his own characters. In W Returns: Eternal, he gives the classic BoukenRed "Good job !" and thumbs up.
In Begins Night (W's half of Movie Wars 2010) there's this hefty Museum Mook (Giant Mook?) who jumps and attempts a Rider Punch on Soukichi. He's played by Jiro Okamoto, suit actor for Kamen Rider BLACK.
Actor Existence Failure: Minoru Tanaka, who played the villain of the Kamen Rider Accel direct-to-video movie, committed suicide four days after the movie was released.
Casting Gag: The boy who Shotaro helps (and teaches the way of being hard-boiled) in the last episode is played by the same actor who played preteen Shotaro in the first episode flashback. He also plays Shotaro again in a small part of Movie War Core in the Skull segment.
Dawson Casting: Mitsuru Matsuoka was 40 when he played Katsumi, who appears to be in his early to mid-20s based off the information given. Possibly justified since storywise he was growing up using an artificial chemical.
Defictionalization: Queen and Elizabeth are played by two members of idol group AKB48, and when they released their joint single "Love♡Wars", the Liar Dopant arc had them appear on an American Idol-esque contest (Fuuuuuutic Idol) performing the song in order to win a major label release.
From "The B Carried on the Wind", Isamu Bitou, much like Isamu Ozu, had been locked away from society for some time (albeit for different reasons). It's worth noting that CycloneJokerXtreme, who debuts here, carries a sword and shield that slide together, much like Wolzard's did. He also has the same family name as Kouta Bitou, who also is friends with a guy and a girl, though in this case all three are Just Friends (close friends, but still).
The client from episodes 45-46 is named Kyoko Todoroki.
Surprisingly, Shotaro didn't freak out at the fact that his partner's true name is RaitoSonozaki.
Old Shame: While he doesn't regret being on the show, Masaki Suda rarely talks about it and has been reluctant to reprise his role because he was Type Cast as feminine or genius characters following it, though he seems to have had a change of heart recently regarding this. In a 2017 magazine interview alongside his former co-star, he wished to be part of a Milestone CelebrationReunion Show and it's been implied that his agency is the main reason for his lack of reappearance in the franchise.
What Could Have Been: "The O Chain" storyline has Shroud mention CycloneAccel Xtreme, and we even get an Imagine Spot-style image of it, but it doesn't happen and probably never will because it would involve breaking up Shotaro and Philip's partnership as well as fighting with hatred rather than compassion, two things Ryu refuses to do.