SitCom Stars Category

Gary Coleman

Coleman’s career began in 1974 when he appeared in a commercial for Harris Bank. His line, after the announcer says “You should have a Harris banker” was “You should have a Hubert doll”. “Hubert...Read More

Charlotte Rae

After working as a character actress/comedienne in supporting roles or in guest shots on television series and specials, The Facts Of Life gave Rae not only her best-known role but it finally made her a television star. The role o...Read More

Nell Carter

Nell is best known for her role as ‘Nel Harper’ on the sitcom ‘Gimme a Break!’ Within a couple of a years after ‘Gimme a Break!’, Carter pursued new TV series projects. In 1989, she shot a pilot...Read More

John Larroquette

Larroquette is perhaps best known for his role as boorish, sex-obsessed attorney Dan Fielding on Night Court; the character was initially rather conservative but changed after the show’s creator Reinhold Weege came to learn ...Read More

David Ogden Stiers

The uptight tentmate in M*A*S*H, conservative, dour, funny as hell....Read More

Richard Moll

Richard Moll was the lovable bailiff/man-child “Bull Shannon” on the sitcom Night Court....Read More

Sara Rebecca Abeles

Sara Gilbert is an Emmy-nominated American actress best known for her role as Darlene Conner-Healyfrom 1988-1997 in the sitcom Roseanne. She wrote a fourth-season episode called “Don’t Make Me Over.” The producer...Read More

Darius McCrary

McCrary is best known as “Eddie Winslow” on Family Matters, more commonly referred to as “That Urkel Show.” Eddie was the eldest of the Winslow children. He also was beat up by a street gang on a very speci...Read More

Karen Valentine

Karen Valentine best known as the petite, perky student-teacher Alice Johnson in the television series Room 222 which aired from 1966-71....Read More

Denise Nicholas

Denise Nicholas starred as teacher Liz McIntyre in Room 222 from 1969 to 1974 for which she was twice nominated for Golden Globes....Read More