These goos are from the Advertising category, people famous for commercials and other forms of marketing. Browse another way.

Alex the Dog

Need a cold one? Get him to fetch it for you. Go »

Ben Curtis

Goo, you're gettin' a cell. Go »

Betty Crocker

That lady with the red spoon cooks in a crock-pot. Go »

Don Lapre

The real secret to making any money is to trick people into thinking that you have one. Go »

Eddie Barth

The parade of former athletes seemed never-ending but his intoxicating voice was a constant. Go »

Hallie Kate Eisenberg

This girl leads me to experience the depression of cola. Go »

Honey Tree Evil Eye

This potatoey Bull Terrier pitched beer to much controversy in the late 1980s. Go »

Iron Eyes Cody

You don't have to be an American Indian to want a clean America. Even Italians want that. Go »

Isaiah Mustafa

spicy spokesman Go »

Jared Fogle

Why should we be subjected to his way of life? He's a turkey. Go »

Jared Fogle

Losing 250 pounds by eating fast-food sandwiches is hard, but he showed the way it could be done with healthier choices. Go »

Jay Kordich

If his company ever goes under, they'll have one heck of a liquidation sale. Go »

Jean Kilbourne

Let's just say that it was a miscarriage of justice when she took a crazy risk in trying to get higher recognition for her peers than trash in the two decades since her initial debut. Go »

John Gilchrist

A willingness to try anything is the key to enjoying life. Go »

Jonathan Goldsmith

You don't want to know what's in the glass. You want to know who's holding it. Go »

King Moody

Not just any clown could put you in the mood for McDonald's. Who's the king? Go »

Kool-Aid Man

If you're thirsty for the answer, try to imagine it crashing through a wall. Oh yeah! Go »

Levi Oleesky

Oh no, oh no! His belt caused an unsanitary situation. Go »

Lorraine Collett

California maidens are not usually known for being tiny and shriveled. Go »

Lynn Hauldren

His commercials built a Chicago carpet empire on the strength of a very catchy phone number, 800-588-2300. Go »

Orville Redenbacher

Why would people want to go to such lengths to prove that his name wasn't his name? Go »

Ron Popeil

As seen on TV, this inventor is a virtual device-o-matic. But wait, there's more! Guess now, and we'll throw in that he's also famous for inventing the infomercial. Go »

Saul Bass

There's nothing fishy about creating some of the most famous logos and film titles in our history. Go »

Stephanie Courtney

It takes two hours for this actress to get into the distinctive hair and heavy makeup required to play her famous insurance-selling mascot character. Go »

The Burger King

This royal mascot has starred in one whopper of a promotional campaign. Who's the king? Go »

Tom Bodett

If you stay up late reading one of his books, this radio host will leave the light on for you. Go »

Vince Offer

Putting the wow factor into chopping vegetables and wiping up spills can result in a lot of sales. Go »

Wendy Kaufman

Like her, you should be able to solve this goo in 30 seconds, so make it snappy. Go »

Wendy Thomas

Her father turned her face into an international hamburger icon, and she's taken his place in commercials. Go »

Wendy Thomas

The restaurant chain that has borne her name and likeness since she was a girl didn't start airing commercials starring her until the 2000s. Go »