SitCom Stars Category

Anson William Heimlich

Anson Williams shot to fame as the dimwitted, somewhat nerdy—except to Joanie Cunningham in one episode—Potsie on the 70s sitcom Happy Days. During that show’s long run, Williams showed off his smooth singing voice which fit...Read More

Dave Coulier

Dave Coulier played Uncle Joey on the feel good family sitcom Full House, which ran for 8 seasons, from 1987-1995. Born in Detroit, MI on Sept 21, 1959, he started out doing voice-over work at Hanna-Barera studios. He worked on th...Read More

Daniel Patrick Harrington

A character actor who was so convincing playing a the foreign-born Guido Panzini on The Jack Paar Show that the Immigration Service once inquired of NBC requesting his paperwork from the port of entry, Harrington is most fondly re...Read More

Gabe Kaplan

Drawing on his own experience as a teacher, Gabe Kaplan, a stand-up comedian and writer created and starred in the hit comedy sitcom Welcome Back Kotter which ran from 1975 to 1979....Read More

Ann Bradford Davis

A 1948 graduate of the University of Michigan. Ann co-starred in many TV shows of the 1950s & 1960s (most notably as Schultzy on the Bob Cummings Show) before achieving her position as a cultural icon as the uniformed maid Al...Read More

Pam Dawber

Pam Dawber played Mindy McConnell on the ABC TV show Mork and Mindy from 1978-1982....Read More

Dixie Carter

Actress Dixie Carter is best known for her role as Julia Sugarbaker on the popular late eighties, early nineties sitcom Designing Women. Carter was born in McLemoresville, Tennessee and was valedictorian of her high school. She al...Read More

Jenilee Harrison

A former Miss Young America and L.A. Rams cheerleader, Jenilee Harrison played Cindy Snow on the Three’s Company sitcom in 1980....Read More

Bronson Pinchot

Portrayed the hilarious character Balki from the popular sitcom Perfect Strangers that ran from 1986 to 1993. Pinchot readily agrees that the tremendous success he achieved playing Balki Bartokomous was an amazing experience. Comi...Read More

Lorenzo Music a.k.a Carlton The Doorman

He was the disembodied voice of Carlton the Doorman on the 1974 TV sitcom Rhoda...Read More