Darlene Margera - a.k.a. "Mum-Mum" or "Mom-Mom". She is Phil and Vincent's mother, April's mother-in-law and the grandmother of Jess and Bam Margera. She made a few appearances on Viva La Bam, Bam's Unholy Union and in the CKY Videos. She died in 2007.
Phillip "Pop-Pop" Margera Sr. - The father of Phil Margera and Don Vito. Appeared in Viva La Bam, Bam's Unholy Union, Haggard: The Movie and Minghags: The Movie. He is credited for giving Brandon Margera the "Bam" nickname.
Dave Battaro - a.k.a. Lord Battaro. He and DiCamillo roomed together before. He played the "Mustard Man" in CKY4.
Matt Cole - a.k.a. "Shitbird". Bam's uncle on April's side. Plays guitar for Gnarkill. Has appeared in Bam's Unholy Union. Is on Radio Bam regularly. He was one of the groomsmen in Bam's wedding. He also appeared in "Where The #$&% is Santa?"
Dave Decurtis - a.k.a. Naked Dave. He appears in Margera's works naked (hence the nickname). A stunt of him running naked in front of a van was featured on Jackass and originally appeared on CKY. He usually has clothes on only when not filiming, he is often compared to Nudie Novak.
Ryan Gee - a.k.a. "Shitgoose", "The Gill". He is a professional photographer who works with Bam on many of his projects including the behind-the-scenes footage for "Minghags".
Kerry Getz - Pro-skater known for his tantrums while skateboarding, which is why on the first CKY video he is nicknamed ' Hockey Temper'.
Chad I. Ginsburg- CKY's guitarist. He was one of the groomsmen at Bam's wedding. Operates the soundboard on Radio Bam. He also appeared in Bam's Unholy Union and Where the #$&% is Santa.
Chris and Mark Hanna - Brothers. Chris is involved with Bam's work and managed CKY on the Viva La Bands tour. They both used to be neighbors with the Margera's. Mark is good friends with Bam and appears in CKY 3, the CKY Documentary, Haggard: The Movie, Viva La Bam, Minghags and Where the #$&% is Santa. Mark has also been a drum tech for CKY on various tours.
Tony Hawk - a.k.a. Birdman. Professional skateboarding legend. Has made several appearances on Viva La Bam.
Terry Kennedy - a.k.a. Compton Ass Terry. Professional skateboarder. He appeared on Viva la Bam and appeared in Minghags.
Mike Maldonado -Professional skater who has appeared in the CKY videos.
Deron Miller - CKY's singer / guitarist. Has appeared off and on in Bam's projects
Tim Glomb - A skilled carpenter and construction worker with a knack for skateboard park building. He made several appearances in the first few seasons of Viva la Bam and towards the end had become a regular. During Viva la Bam in the first episode he built skateboarding ramps all over the interior and exterior of Bam's house. He is credited on "Where The #$&% is Santa" for helping with the story. He now splits his time between Denver, Colorado and Pennsylvania.
Brandon Novak - Former pro-skater & Bam's childhood friend. Appeared in Haggard as a drug dealer while battling his own addictions. The documentary for Haggard ended up being about him and Ryan Dunn confronting him about it. He was a regular on Bam's Unholy Union and was one of Bam's Grooms men. He has small rolls in Bam's other projects as well including Jackass and Minghags.
Tim o'Connor - He has appeared in many episodes of Viva La Bam. He has also appeared in the CKY videos. Tim was a MADE coach on MTV's Made.
Mike Vallely - Professional skateboarder. He appeared in a several CKY movies and Viva La Bam episodes.
Art Webb - Rake Yohn's brother. He is credited as "Art Webb 1986" because of his love for music in that particular year. Art's longest known speaking part comes in an unscripted tirade in the documentary in the Haggard: The Movie bonus features when he professes his willingness to act as Tony Hawk's bodyguard. He now runs a podcast called "Gamecasa". Art also played a speaking roll in the video game "Trials 2" along with Brandon and Rake.
Future: Upcoming CKY Documentary Feature Film (2017)
Joe Frantz has recently confirmed that he is currently directing a documentary feature film about CKY, which will depict the CKY Crew's rise to pop culture, as well as the problems that swift fame brought to their friendships, relationships, and families. This documentary is calculated for release upon the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of CKY, approximately late 2017.