List of Curb Your Enthusiasm guest stars

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Many episodes of the American HBO comedy television series Curb Your Enthusiasm feature guest stars. While a lot of these guest appearances are for fictional roles, a large number of the guest stars on the show are celebrities playing themselves (or fictionalized versions thereof), including actors, comedians and sportspeople.

Curb Your Enthusiasm stars Larry David (co-creator of Seinfeld) as himself, with Cheryl Hines as his wife Cheryl, and Jeff Garlin as his manager Jeff. A number of the guest stars have recurring roles on the show, with some appearing especially frequently, such as Richard Lewis (himself), and Susie Essman (Susie Greene).

This list contains all guest appearances on Curb that received a "Guest Star" or "Special Guest Star" billing in the closing credits of at least one episode. Sometimes an actor might not be credited as guest star on his or her first appearance, but will be in subsequent episodes. For example, Susie Essman appears as Susie in several episodes of the first season, but only got nominated to guest star role in the second season. The list may also contain certain notable non-guest star appearances, if the person plays him- or herself; such as Dr. Phil McGraw's role in the episode "Vehicular Fellatio", in which he played himself but did not receive guest star billing.

Season 1 (2000)[edit]

In the first season, the characters of the show are introduced across a series of mostly isolated episodes, including recurring characters, such as Richard Lewis and Ted Danson. Jeff's wife Susie (Susie Essman) also appears in some of the episodes – however, she has only received guest star credit from season 2 onwards. Julia Louis-Dreyfus (who played Elaine in Seinfeld) also makes an appearance, along with her husband.

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 1, "The Pants Tent"
Episode 4, "The Bracelet"
Episode 9, "Affirmative Action"
Kathy Griffin actress, comedian Episode 1, "The Pants Tent"
Ted Danson actor, husband of Mary Steenburgen Episode 2, "Ted and Mary"
Mary Steenburgen actress, wife of Ted Danson Episode 2, "Ted and Mary"
Julia Louis-Dreyfus actress, "Elaine" on Seinfeld Episode 6, "The Wire"
Brad Hall writer, actor, husband of Julia Louis-Dreyfus Episode 6, "The Wire"
Ted Harbert president of NBC Studios Episode 9, "Affirmative Action"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Sofia Milos Richard's girlfriend Episode 1, "The Pants Tent"
Episode 9, "Affirmative Action"
Bob Odenkirk Gil Episode 3, "Porno Gil"
Laraine Newman the director Episode 10, "The Group"

Season 2 (2001)[edit]

In season two, Cheryl is tired of Larry not working, so he begins to develop a new television show, first with guest stars Jason Alexander and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (George and Elaine on Seinfeld, respectively) as themselves. However, Larry's constant social faux pas ruin all of their chances with every major television network. Other notable guest stars playing themselves include Rob Reiner, and professional basketball player Shaquille "Shaq" O'Neal in the episode "Shaq".

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Jason Alexander actor, "George" on Seinfeld Episode 11, "The Car Salesman"
Episode 12, "Thor"
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 11, "The Car Salesman"
Episode 15, "The Thong"
Episode 18, "Shaq"
Episode 19, "The Baptism"
Julia Louis-Dreyfus actress, "Elaine" on Seinfeld Episode 14, "The Shrimp Incident"
Episode 17, "The Doll"
Episode 20, "The Massage"
Brad Hall writer, actor, husband of Julia Louis-Dreyfus Episode 14, "The Shrimp Incident"
Rob Reiner actor, director, producer Episode 15, "The Thong"
Shaquille O'Neal basketball player Episode 18, "Shaq"
Mike Binder creator and star of The Mind of the Married Man Episode 20, "The Massage"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Susie Essman Susie Greene Episode 12, "Thor"
Episode 17, "The Doll"
Wanda Sykes Wanda Episode 12, "Thor"
Episode 20, "The Massage"
Deron McBee Thor Olson Episode 12, "Thor"
Ed Asner Mr. Weiner Episode 16, "The Acupuncturist"
Rita Wilson Anne Michaelson Episode 17, "The Doll"
Paul Dooley Cheryl's father Episode 18, "Shaq"

Season 3 (2002)[edit]

In season three, Larry, along with Ted Danson and Michael York, invests in a restaurant enterprise which finally opens despite many mishaps, most of which are Larry's fault. Director Martin Scorsese appears in a short story arc, in which Larry is given a film role. The episode "The Terrorist Attack" features singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette, as well as actors Paul Reiser and Martin Short.

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Ted Danson actor Episode 21, "Chet's Shirt"
Episode 23, "Club Soda and Salt"
Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Episode 27, "The Corpse-Sniffing Dog"
Michael York actor Episode 21, "Chet's Shirt"
Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Episode 27, "The Corpse-Sniffing Dog"
Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 22, "The Benadryl Brownie"
Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Episode 26, "The Special Section"
Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"
Joan Rivers comedian, actress Episode 22, "The Benadryl Brownie"
Alanis Morissette singer-songwriter Episode 25, "The Terrorist Attack"
Paul Reiser comedian, actor Episode 25, "The Terrorist Attack"
Martin Short comedian, actor Episode 25, "The Terrorist Attack"
Martin Scorsese film director Episode 26, "The Special Section"
Episode 28, "Krazee-Eyez Killa"

As themselves, not credited as guest star[edit]

Guest appearance by Known for Episodes
Lou DiMaggio[s3 1] comedian, actor Episode 21, "Chet's Shirt"
Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Episode 27, "The Corpse-Sniffing Dog"
Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Susie Essman Susie Greene Episode 22, "The Benadryl Brownie"
Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Episode 27, "The Corpse-Sniffing Dog"
Episode 28, "Krazee-Eyez Killa"
Episode 29, "Mary, Joseph, and Larry"
Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"
Wanda Sykes Wanda Episode 22, "The Benadryl Brownie"
Episode 25, "The Terrorist Attack"
Episode 28, "Krazee-Eyez Killa"
Cheri Oteri Martine Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Tim Kazurinsky Hugh Mellon Episode 24, "The Nanny from Hell"
Shelley Berman Nat David Episode 26, "The Special Section"
Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"
Richard Kind Cousin Andy Episode 26, "The Special Section"
Paul Dooley Cheryl's father Episode 29, "Mary, Joseph, and Larry"
Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"
Paul Sand Guy Bernier Episode 30, "The Grand Opening"
  1. ^ Lou DiMaggio played himself, and was an investor for the restaurant. He was credited as "Investor."

Season 4 (2004)[edit]

In season four, Mel Brooks casts Larry as the lead in his hit musical The Producers. Many episodes revolve around preparing for the opening night of the show, with the hour-long season finale taking place at the musical's premiere. Larry is first cast alongside Ben Stiller, who is later replaced by David Schwimmer. Both Stiller's wife, Christine Taylor, and Mel Brook's wife, Anne Bancroft guest star during the season, the latter in one of her latest appearances before her death. Professional basketball player Muggsy Bogues appears in the episode "The Surrogate". Several cast and crew members of the real life Producers production also appear, including the musical's orchestra and ensemble.

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Mel Brooks writer and director of The Producers Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
Episode 33, "The Blind Date"
Episode 37, "The Surrogate"
Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Ben Stiller actor Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
Episode 32, "Ben's Birthday Party"
Episode 33, "The Blind Date"
Christine Taylor actress, wife of Ben Stiller Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
Episode 32, "Ben's Birthday Party"
Episode 33, "The Blind Date"
Cady Huffman actress, "Ulla" in The Producers Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
Episode 32, "Ben's Birthday Party"
Episode 33, "The Blind Date"
Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 32, "Ben's Birthday Party"
Episode 37, "The Surrogate"
Ted Danson actor Episode 34, "The Weatherman"
David Schwimmer actor Episode 35, "The 5 Wood"
Episode 37, "The Surrogate"
Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Muggsy Bogues basketball player Episode 37, "The Surrogate"
Anne Bancroft actress, wife of Mel Brooks Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Nathan Lane actor, "Max Bialystock" in The Producers Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Susan Stroman director and choreographer of The Producers Episode 40, "Opening Night"

As themselves, not credited as guest star[edit]

Guest appearance by Known for Episode
Lewis J. Stadlen actor, "Max Bialystock" in The Producers Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
Stephen Colbert Comedian, TV Host Episode 40, "Opening Night" (patron who spooks Larry after an argument outside the theater[1])
Don Stephenson actor, "Leo Bloom" in The Producers Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
The Producers ensemble the ensemble of the musical Episode 40, "Opening Night"
The Producers orchestra orchestra of the musical Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Jerry Seinfeld[s4 1] co-creator and star of Seinfeld Episode 40, "Opening Night"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Paul Mazursky Norm Episode 31, "Mel's Offer"
Episode 33, "The Blind Date"
Episode 35, "The 5 Wood"
Episode 40, "Opening Night"
Susie Essman Susie Greene Episode 32, "Ben's Birthday Party"
Episode 33, "The Blind Date"
Episode 35, "The 5 Wood"
Episode 38, "Wandering Bear"
Episode 39, "The Survivor"
Anton Yelchin Cheryl's cousin, Stewart Episode 33, The Blind Date
Moon Unit Zappa Haboos Episode 33, The Blind Date
Shelley Berman Nat David Episode 34, "The Weatherman"
Episode 36, "The Car Pool Lane"
Episode 39, "The Survivor"
Bob Einstein[s4 2] Marty Funkhouser Episode 35, "The 5 Wood"
Episode 36, "The Car Pool Lane"
Saul Rubinek Dr. Saul Funkhouser Episode 35, "The 5 Wood"
Wanda Sykes Wanda Episode 37, "The Surrogate"
Russel Means Wandering Bear Episode 38, "Wandering Bear"
Paul Dooley Cheryl's father Episode 39, "The Survivor"
Gina Gershon Anna Episode 39, "The Survivor"
Richard Kind Cousin Andy Episode 40, "Opening Night"
  1. ^ Jerry Seinfeld is in the crowd on the musical's opening night. Uncredited cameo appearance.
  2. ^ Bob Einstein first appeared as Marty Funkhouser in episode 34, "The Weatherman", but was not credited as guest star until his next appearance.

Season 5 (2005)[edit]

In season five, Larry's friend Richard Lewis gets very ill and requires a kidney transplant. Larry is a match, but he spends the season looking for other sources of a kidney for Lewis. Also in season five, Larry suspects he may be adopted and embarks on a search to find his biological parents. Celebrities playing themselves this season include Kevin Nealon and George Lopez, as well as professional golfer Gary Player. The episode "The Smoking Jacket" is partly set in the Playboy Mansion, and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner appears. A special segment in the season finale features Dustin Hoffman and Sacha Baron Cohen as Larry's "guides".

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 41, "The Larry David Sandwich"
Episode 45, "Lewis Needs a Kidney"
Episode 48, "The Ski Lift"
Episode 50, "The End"
Ted Danson actor Episode 41, "The Larry David Sandwich"
Kevin Nealon actor, comedian Episode 44, "Kamikaze Bingo"
Hugh Hefner founder of Playboy magazine, owner of the Playboy Mansion Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
Gary Player professional golfer Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
George Lopez comedian, actor, talk show host Episode 48, "The Ski Lift"
Bobbi Sue Luther Bobbi Sue Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
Holly Madison Holly Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
Kendra Wilkinson Kendra Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
Bridget Marquardt Bridget Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"

As themselves, not credited as guest star[edit]

Guest appearance by Known for Episode
Rosie O'Donnell stand-up comedian, actress Episode 42, "The Bowtie"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Shelley Berman Nat David Episode 41, "The Larry David Sandwich"
Episode 43, "The Christ Nail"
Episode 44, "Kamikaze Bingo"
Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
Episode 47, "The Seder"
Episode 50, "The End"
Susie Essman Susie Greene Episode 41, "The Larry David Sandwich"
Episode 42, "The Bowtie"
Episode 43, "The Christ Nail"
Episode 45, "Lewis Needs a Kidney"
Episode 47, "The Seder"
Episode 48, "The Ski Lift"
Episode 50, "The End"
Kenneth Kimmons Dr. Sewell Episode 41, "The Larry David Sandwich"
Ed O'Ross Leo Episode 41, "The Larry David Sandwich"
Bob Einstein Marty Funkhouser Episode 42, "The Bowtie"
Episode 45, "Lewis Needs a Kidney"
Mekhi Phifer Omar Jones Episode 42, "The Bowtie"
Episode 45, "Lewis Needs a Kidney"
Episode 48, "The Ski Lift"
Episode 50, "The End"
Paul Dooley Cheryl's Dad Episode 43, "The Christ Nail"
Julie Payne Cheryl's Mom Episode 43, "The Christ Nail"
Frank Whaley Pete Hagen Episode 45, "Lewis Needs a Kidney"
Richard Kind Andy Episode 46, "The Smoking Jacket"
Rob Corddry Rick Leftowitz Episode 47, "The Seder"
Bobby Lee Sung Episode 49, "The Korean Bookie"
Dustin Hoffman Guide #1 Episode 50, "The End"
Sacha Baron Cohen Guide #2 Episode 50, "The End"
June Squibb Larry's Mother Episode 50, "The End"
Bea Arthur Also Larry's Mother Episode 50, "The End"

Season 6 (2007)[edit]

Season six is built around Cheryl persuading Larry to take in a black family that is left homeless after a major Gulf Coast hurricane. Special guest stars playing themselves include Senator Barbara Boxer, Lucy Lawless (who played the title character in Xena: Warrior Princess), Ben Stiller, and professional tennis player John McEnroe. The season introduces Vivica A. Fox as Loretta, and J. B. Smoove as Leon.

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 51, "Meet the Blacks"
Episode 53, "The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial"
Episode 54, "The Lefty Call"
Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"
Ted Danson actor, husband of Mary Steenburgen Episode 51, "Meet the Blacks"
Episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor"
Episode 55, "The Freak Book"
Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Mary Steenburgen actress, wife of Ted Danson Episode 51, "Meet the Blacks"
Episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor"
Episode 55, "The Freak Book"
Senator Barbara Boxer United States Senator from California Episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor"
John McEnroe professional tennis player Episode 55, "The Freak Book"
Lucy Lawless actress, "Xena" in Xena: Warrior Princess Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Ben Stiller actor Episode 58, "The N Word"
John Legend musician Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Susie Essman Susie Greene Episode 51, "Meet the Blacks"
Episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor"
Episode 53, "The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial"
Episode 54, "The Lefty Call"
Episode 55, "The Freak Book"
Episode 56, "The Rat Dog"
Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Episode 58, "The N Word"
Episode 59, "The Therapists"
Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"
Vivica A. Fox Loretta Black Episode 51, "Meet the Blacks"
Episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor"
Episode 53, "The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial"
Episode 54, "The Lefty Call"
Episode 56, "The Rat Dog"
Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Episode 58, "The N Word"
Episode 59, "The Therapists"
Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"
Bob Einstein Marty Funkhouser Episode 51, "Meet the Blacks"
Episode 53, "The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial"
Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Episode 59, "The Therapists"
Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"
Gina Gershon Anna Episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor"
J. B. Smoove[s6 1] Leon Episode 54, "The Lefty Call"
Episode 56, "The Rat Dog"
Episode 57, "The TiVo Guy"
Episode 58, "The N Word"
Episode 59, "The Therapists"
Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"
Shelley Berman Nat David Episode 56, "The Rat Dog"
Tim Meadows Hal Episode 56, "The Rat Dog"
Steve Coogan Dr. Bright Episode 59, "The Therapists"
Michael McKean Matt Tessler Episode 60, "The Bat Mitzvah"
  1. ^ J. B. Smoove first appeared as Leon in episode 52, "The Anonymous Donor", but was not credited as guest star until his next appearance.

Season 7 (2009)[edit]

Most of season seven is centered on creating a Seinfeld reunion show with the original cast, while Larry is trying to get back with Cheryl. All four stars of SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards – appear as special guest stars in a number of episodes, including the season finale, in which an all-new Seinfeld segment is shown. Actors who played recurring roles on Seinfeld also appear in the episode "The Table Read". Celebrities who portrayed themselves include Meg Ryan, David Spade, Christian Slater, and Rosie O'Donnell.

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Episode 66, "The Bare Midriff"
Jerry Seinfeld* comedian, co-creator of and "Jerry" on Seinfeld Episode 63, "The Reunion"
Episode 66, "The Bare Midriff"
Episode 68, "Officer Krupke"
Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Episode 70, "Seinfeld"
Julia Louis-Dreyfus* actress, "Elaine" on Seinfeld Episode 63, "The Reunion"
Episode 66, "The Bare Midriff"
Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Episode 70, "Seinfeld"
Jason Alexander* actor, "George" on Seinfeld Episode 63, "The Reunion"
Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Episode 70, "Seinfeld"
Michael Richards* actor, "Kramer" on Seinfeld Episode 63, "The Reunion"
Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Episode 70, "Seinfeld"
Meg Ryan actress Episode 63, "The Reunion"
David Spade actor Episode 63, "The Reunion"
Ted Danson actor, husband of Mary Steenburgen Episode 64, "The Hot Towel"
Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Mary Steenburgen actress, wife of Ted Danson Episode 64, "The Hot Towel"
Christian Slater actor Episode 64, "The Hot Towel"
Rosie O'Donnell stand-up comedian, actress Episode 65, "Denise Handicap"

* "Special Guest Star" credit.

As themselves, not credited as guest star[edit]

Guest appearance by Known for Episode
Lou DiMaggio comedian, actor Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Dr. Phil McGraw host of Dr. Phil Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Chee-Yun violinist Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Marc Hirschfeld casting director on Seinfeld Episode 68, "Officer Krupke"
Estelle Harris actress, "Estelle Costanza" on Seinfeld Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Steve Hytner actor, "Kenny Bania" on Seinfeld Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Wayne Knight actor, "Newman" on Seinfeld Episode 69, "The Table Read"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
Susie Essman Susie Greene Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Episode 63, "The Reunion"
Episode 64, "The Hot Towel"
Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Episode 68, "Officer Krupke"
Episode 70, "Seinfeld"
Vivica A. Fox Loretta Black Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
J. B. Smoove Leon Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Ellia English[s7 1] Auntie Rae Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Bob Einstein Marty Funkhouser Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Episode 67, "The Black Swan"
Episode 69, "The Table Read"
Catherine O'Hara Bam Bam Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Wanda Sykes Wanda Episode 61, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister"
Sharon Lawrence Dr. Trundle Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Lolita Davidovich Beverly Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Wayne Federman[s7 2] Dean Weinstock Episode 62, "Vehicular Fellatio"
Philip Baker Hall Dr. Morrison Episode 64, "The Hot Towel"
Sherry Stringfield Mary Jane Porter Episode 64, "The Hot Towel"
Anita Barone Denise Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Jamie Denbo Jamie Fowler Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Amy Pietz Wendy Episode 65, "Denise Handicapped"
Jillian Bell Maureen Episode 66, "The Bare Midriff"
Shelley Berman Nat David Episode 67, "The Black Swan"
Richard Kind Cousin Andy Episode 67, "The Black Swan"
Paul Mazursky Norm Episode 67, "The Black Swan"
Carol Leifer Carol Episode 68, "Officer Krupke"
John Schneider Dennis Episode 68, "Officer Krupke"
Elisabeth Shue Virginia Episode 68, "Officer Krupke"
Episode 70, "Seinfeld"
  1. ^ Ellia English appeared as Auntie Rae in several episodes of season 6, but was only promoted to guest star status in season 7.
  2. ^ Wayne Federman appeared as Dean Weinstock in episode 6, "The Wire" (season 1), but was not credited as guest star.

Season 8 (2011)[edit]

Season 8 continues to follow Larry's single life. At the midpoint of the season, the main characters all move to New York City, where the rest of the season is set. The season's premiere episode is the last one that features Cheryl Hines (Cheryl David), and subsequent episodes do not credit her as part of the main cast. Starting with this season however, Susie Essman (Susie Green) has been promoted to the main cast of the show. Prominent celebrities that played themselves in this season include Ricky Gervais, Rosie O'Donnell, and Michael J. Fox. Ana Gasteyer played Larry's date Jennifer in two episodes.

As themselves[edit]

Guest star Known for Episode(s)
Richard Lewis comedian Episode 72, "The Safe House"
Episode 74, "The Smiley Face"
Episode 75, "Vow of Silence"
Ricky Gervais comedian, actor Episode 76, "The Hero"
Rosie O'Donnell stand-up comedian, actress Episode 77, "The Bi-Sexual"
Michael J. Fox actor Episode 80, "Larry vs. Michael J. Fox"

As themselves, not credited as guest star[edit]

Guest appearance by Known for Episode
Bill Buckner baseball player Episode 79, "Mister Softee"
Mookie Wilson baseball player Episode 79, "Mister Softee"
Michael Bloomberg Mayor of New York Episode 80, "Larry vs. Michael J. Fox"

In fictional roles[edit]

Guest star Role Episode(s)
J. B. Smoove Leon Episode 71, "The Divorce"
Episode 72, "The Safe House"
Episode 77, "The Bi-Sexual"
Episode 79, "Mister Softee"
Episode 80, "Larry vs. Michael J. Fox"
Bob Einstein Marty Funkhouser Episode 71, "The Divorce"
Episode 72, "The Safe House"
Episode 73, "Palestinian Chicken"
Episode 75, "Vow of Silence"
Gary Cole Joe O'Donnell Episode 71, "The Divorce"
Paul F. Tompkins Andrew Berg Episode 71, "The Divorce"
Scott Aukerman [[ ]] Episode 73, "Palestinian Chicken"
Michael McKean Tessler Episode 75, "Vow of Silence"
Samantha Mathis Donna Episode 76, "The Hero"
Chris Parnell Hank Episode 76, "The Hero"
Amy Landecker Jane Episode 77, "The Bi-Sexual"
Wanda Sykes Wanda Episode 78, "Car Periscope"
Robert Smigel Yari Episode 79, "Mister Softee
Ana Gasteyer Jennifer Episode 79, "Mister Softee"
Episode 80, "Larry vs. Michael J. Fox"

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