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Abe Vigoda

There's something fishy about this not-quite-dead mobster. Go »

Adam Carolla

He loved lines, showed men, and yanked cranks before becoming a highly downloaded podcaster. Go »

Adam Richman

He started the show as a rich man, but he's going to end it as a fat man. Go »

Al Roker

He'll let you know about the weather today in your neck of the woods. Go »

Alan Alda

I created this g*o*o with the eye of a hawk and the hand of a surgeon. Go »

Alan Alda

His Hawkeye was a wisecracking military surgeon, not a master archer. Go »

Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson

This child beauty pageant contestant briefly became a cable TV ratings hit, until her Mama took up with a child predator. Go »

Alex Kingston

She's not a doctor, but she plays one on TV. Who's the king? Go »

Alex Trebek

This game show host expects your answer in the form of a question. Go »

Alexander Siddig

he's an actor, not a doctor Go »

Alexis Bledel

She was the only actual girl in the Gilmore family. Go »

Alfonso Ribeiro

His new career in reality-TV dance competitions, winning Dancing with the Stars and hosting Dance 360, is no doubt influenced by a former character's love of dancing to Tom Jones in front of his fresh cousin in Bel Air. Go »

Alice Ghostley

Do you think this bewitched graduate could teach a class on how to catch a ghost? Go »

Alison Brie

From Mad Men to Community to BoJack Horseman, this actress gravitates toward the cheesiest parts. Go »

Allison Scagliotti

Her last hacking gig was #13. Go »

Alyson Court

To properly romance, you'll need French glasses. Go »

Alyson Hannigan

I heard a secret at band camp: This bewitching goo isn't Tara Reid, but in this game, she stirs up controversy just as well. Go »

Alyson Hannigan

as comforting as Mom, apple pie, and slaying vampires Go »

Alyssa Milano

daughter of a maid, grew up to become sister of witches Go »

Alyssa Milano

She led a charmed life in the 1980s, growing up on a hit sitcom. Go »

Amber Tamblyn

Hey, who wants to take her husband to the hospital? She's busy accepting missions from God and fending off Japanese ghosts. Go »

America Ferrera

Even ugly Americans still have curves when they travel in certain pants. Go »

Amy Poehler

Live from New York, it's the news from an upright citizen. Go »

Amy Poehler

Playing Gob's blame-y wife on Arrested Development was just another meta-joke, but their real-life separation is not funny. Go »

Andy Breckman

It might take more than seven seconds to solve this mystery. Go »

Andy Richter

His return tipped the scale in late-night television. Go »

Ann B. Davis

She was TV's most famous center square, even if she was only hired help. Go »

Anson Mount

Prior to his current show about trains, this actor previously starred in a show about a mountain. Go »

Arthur Chu

This master shoretegist has given opponents quite a run for the first place tie. Go »

Ashley Olsen

You'd have to go back 22 years into this 22-year-old actress's career to find a time when she wasn't famous, and still she gets second billing. Go »

Ashley Tisdale

She's been in some of Disney's biggest television hits of recent years -- shows about hotel suites, singing high schoolers, and platypus spies -- but her career really popped after she got into music. Go »

B.D. Wong

This San Francisco-born actor has made a career tending to rape victims, death-row inmates, and dinosaurs. Go »

Babe Winkelman

Nobody expects a kid show host to be a serial killer. Go »

Bam Margera

After a show about hurting himself and a show about being himself, it was finally time to do a show about marrying someone else. Go »

Bea Arthur

Neither Blanche nor Rose have anything on Ms. Zbornak! Go »

Bear Grylls

This nature-battling reality TV star is known for shitting in the woods, just like his namesake. Go »

Ben Bailey

If you saw this comedian in New York, you also would see him as a cab driver. Go »

Ben Stein

He wasn't Deep Throat, but he's been everything else: Attorney, economist, author, speechwriter, abortion activist, actor, commercial pitchman, even game show host. Go »

Ben Stein

Known for political speech writing and an iconic movie role, this goo first gained national attention by giving away his own money on TV. Go »

Benny Hill

Nobody did as much to popularize "Yakety Sax" as this British comedian, whose eponymous show mixed burlesque humor with wordplay and slapstick comedy at an accelerated pace. Go »

Bethenny Frankel

Her frank depiction of New York life has made her into a household name. Go »

Betty White

golden comeback Go »

Beverly Leech

On Monday, this actress will take a leap of faith to get the fastest time. Go »

Bill Cosby

Comin' at 'cha saying the darndest things. Hey hey hey! Go »

Bill Cosby

family doc Go »

Bill Maher

This un-PC comedian prefers to tackle current events in real time. Go »

Bill Ratner

This voice actor and narrator from Minnesota is no criminal, so be careful if you think you're going to cheat and not get caught. You might not always get away with it. Go »

Billie Hayes

Oranges, goranges. Who said, there ain't no rhyme for oranges? This ORANGE goo did. Go »

Billy Bush

This about-to-be-unemployed host probably wishes that his cousin Jeb was the GOP nominee for president, instead of the billionaire with whom he was once recorded having a very inappropriate conversation. Go »

Billy Crystal

city slicker and Oscar host Go »

Blair Brown

two British prime ministers Go »

Bob Barker

The longtime host of The Price is Right urges you to spay or neuter your dog. Go »

Bob Costas

When Olympic promoters wished for the games to go viral, they didn't mean this sportscaster's eyes. Go »

Bob Costas

This sportscaster (and later, talk-show host) has been embroiled in controversies as significant as gun control and as silly as pinkeye. Go »

Bob Keeshan

This veteran actor was promoted to captain at the age of 28. Go »

Bob Odenkirk

This actor's career broke bad in his first properly-titled show, but now you better call him successful. Go »

Bob Saget

This stand-up comic has introduced home videos and raised two families on long-running sitcoms, one in San Francisco and another entirely offscreen while he describes meeting someone. Go »

Bob Vila

This old goo is home again, restoring old abodes for public television. Go »

Bonnie Hunt

This comedic Chicagoan has had more luck in movies, such as hits about giant dogs named for classical composers and board games that destroy households, but she keeps launching eponymous TV shows no matter how many fail. Go »

Brande Roderick

This Baywatch star likes to play games: She's associated with her NFL linebacker husband, an online fantasy gaming site, Donald Trump's game show, and rock paper scissors. Go »

Brandi Passante

This buyer on Storage Wars is half of a pair of young guns. Go »

Brandon Tartikoff

The visionary executive who rescued NBC and spearheaded so many pop-cultural landmarks of the 1980s (The Cosby Show, L.A. Law, Cheers, Miami Vice, Knight Rider, Family Ties, and many more) deserved more of a tribute than having Punky Brewster's dog named after him. Go »

Brenda Song

This Disney Channel regular co-starred in The Social Network. Go »

Brittany Snow

Did this wintery TV star dream of killing her high school boyfriend for a movie role? Go »

Brooke Burke

She's famous for dancing with the wild rock stars. Go »

Brooke Burns

Don't get burned by chasing her around the table, or she will just shoot you in Miami. Go »

Burt Ward

This onetime boy wonder was the ward of a bachelor superhero. Go »

Busy Philipps

Shows about nerds, brooks, and pumas have kept this actress's schedule full. Go »

Butch Patrick

And I thought my parents were monsters. Sheesh. Go »

Caitlin Sanchez

can you point to the reason this is in court? Go »

Carol Burnett

This sketch-comedy legend made a charwoman her signature character. Go »

Carter Williams

This coach ran a good race, but didn't quite survive to the end. Go »

Cat Cora

This world-traveling feline chef is not living with the governor of New York. Go »

Cat Deeley

This British model doesn't think you can dance. Go »

Cesar Millan

dogs know the answer, if you listen close enough to hear them Go »

Charles Nelson Reilly

Dr. Honeydew found a match in his experiment Go »

Charlie Day

From fistfighting Ice Cube to suffering horrible boss Jennifer Aniston, his career is as bright as a sunny day (especially in Philadelphia). Go »

Charlie Hunnam

His parents were lawlessness and civil disorder, but he grew up as gay and weird as everyday people. Go »

Charlie Sheen

He used to be a major league hot shot, but in his later career, he can't even manage to stay employed as one of two and a half men. Go »

Charlotte Rae

Girls, girls, girls! This wise housekeeper kept the wisecracks coming in the '70's and '80's. Go »

Chelsea Handler

Recently, she has learned a lot about handling fame from other celebrities. Go »

Chelsea Handler

She thinks she can handle the unprecedented creation of a late-night talk show on Netflix. Go »

Chelsie Hightower

Being born in Las Vegas didn't make this Latin ballroom specialist a star, but she thinks she can dance with them. Go »

Chip and Joanna Gaines

This married couple has fixed up the ailing HGTV with a hit series about renovations. Go »

Chuck Woolery

It should take you 2 minutes, 2 seconds to connect with the answer. Go »

Chumlee

He appraises things like tuxedos from Tennessee for a living, but getting too chummy with the men in blue and letting them into the vault was his big dumb downfall. Go »

Claudia Christian

Maybe her son wouldn't have turned out so geeky if his father had been a Ranger. Go »

Cleo King

Deadwood cook (who's the king?) Go »

Conan O'Brien

Tonight, this host may triumph over his predecessor's timeslot, not that his predecessor is going away for long. Go »

Conan O'Brien

He spent thousands of late nights working for NBC, but these days he's on a first-name basis with TBS. Go »

Constance Wu

She has wooed plenty of new fans with a fresh hit sitcom. Go »

Cybill Shepherd

This model and actress only meant to moonlight on television, but it wound up driving her career. Go »

Cynthia Nixon

Lacking a sense of smell has not hurt the career of this sexy friend, who is such a Miranda. Go »

Dan Castellaneta

D'oh! 27 years (and counting) is a long time to voice a bumbling yellow patriarch. Go »

Dan Harmon

This improv comedian went fishing for something bigger and ended up snagging a college comedy and one hell of a rude multiverse. Go »

David Attenborough

Brits understand the natural world much better thanks to this documentarian with two famous brothers. Go »

David Caruso

his cop-show career's so hot.... he's gotta wear shades (YEEAAAAHH) Go »

David Cross

This comedian's most famous role is a cross between an analyst and a therapist, an analrapist. Go »

David Duchovny

The cop that he plays today in Aquarius will never be as popular as the FBI agent that he used to play (and will soon again) in The X Files. Go »

David Hasselhoff

One night in November 1989, German music lovers watched this singer's words of freedom come true. Go »

David Letterman

Top Ten Good Things About Becoming a Celebrity Goo:
10. Now you're as famous as Kikawada Masaya.
9. Hey, somebody ought to get some practical use out of your mugshot from thesmokinggun.com.
8. Three words: Lawsuit, lawsuit, lawsuit.
7. You can send this head shot to your agent on April Fools Day.
6. Unlike appearing on Larry King Live, no sexual favors required.
5. Denise Sawicki knows who you are.
4. Mel Gibson won't return your phone calls. Oops, I'm sorry, that's one of the top ten good things about becoming a celebrity Jew.
3. Face it, you still look better than you do in the tabloids.
2. Until that high-concept themed week came along, you had no idea there were six other famous people with your first name.
1. Celebrities deserve more attention. Go »

David Letterman

There are ten top reasons why his impending retirement is a loss for late-night comedy talk shows. Go »

David McCallum

This 83-year old Scotsman became quite popular as a Russian Uncle in the sixties and, in recent years, has gained renewed international recognition and popularity as a Ducky Doctor. Go »

David Spade

It doesn't take long to go from sniping at vapid Hollywood stars on Weekend Update to shooting a sitcom as one yourself. Go »

David Tennant

tenth doc Go »

DeForest Kelley

To paint this actor, who made many appearances across multiple iterations of Star Trek, you would need two shades of green. Go »

Dennis Miller

Did you see this talk show host try sports commentary? It was like watching Albert Schweitzer try to pilot the Mars Rover. Go »

Dick Assman

This foreign gas-station owner made a name for himself in late-night television shows before his death last summer. Go »

Dick Clark

This broadcasting super-producer is now America's oldest teenaged goo. Go »

Dick Van Dyke

Long before he got into diagnosing cases of homicide, he was a comedy writer tripping over ottomans and a chimney sweep dancing on London rooftops. Go »

Dick Wolf

This action-show producer with an action-hero name has created a television-show empire out of multiple franchises about law enforcement and the Windy City. Go »

Dominic Purcell

This foxy TV star is tough to guess... Not even he knows who he is! Go »

Don Adams

He's definitely no James Bond, but at least he's funny. Maybe he should wise up. Go »

Don Ohlmeyer

The future ombudsman for ESPN, this TV exec will be forever known as the guy who fired Norm. Go »

Donald Glover

This actor in productions about Southern metropolises and local colleges chose a youthful alias for his rap career because his real name implies that he loves dongs. Go »

Drake Bell

If you saw him on TV, would he be playing a guitar like ringing a bell? Go »

Drew Carey

If you know the name of this Cleveland sitcom star, come on down! Go »

Ed Helms

When not working at his daily office job, he gets hungover on vacation. Go »

Ed McMahon

One of late-night television's greatest sidekicks was also known for talent competitions, practical jokes, and publisher sweepstakes. Go »

Elisabeth Hasselbeck

Her viewpoints haven't survived the scrutiny of her co-hosts. Go »

Elisabeth Moss

This actress is as busy as a rolling stone, playing a presidential daughter, a secretary, and a British detective on three highly-acclaimed shows. Go »

Elizabeth Montgomery

nasal agility is not normally a prerequisite for sitcom stardom Go »

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

This horror hostess built her career on wit, charm, and the biggest pumpkins in the business. Go »

Emilia Clarke

Westeros is a long way from her native London. Go »

Emma Roberts

This famous niece knows a thing or two about screaming in horror. Go »

Emmanuel Lewis

you might need a manual to find this goo in the old school Go »

Erika Eleniak

Watch celebrities stranded on an island or losing weight and you're bound to see this sexy centerfold. Go »

Ernest Borgnine

That Borg, Seven of Nine, couldn't fly a lupus through a naval halestorm. Go »

Esther Rolle

I'd have good times moving to Florida if I could just rolle there. Go »

Eva Longoria

Be careful not to let desperation set in if you don't recognize this soap opera star. Go »

Evangeline Lilly

This Canadian flower will be even more lost in Hawaii without her house. Go »

Eve Plumb

taught a thing or two to her older sister, younger sister, and three step-brothers Go »

Florence Henderson

mom of six Bradys Go »

Fox Mulder

This FBI agent embodied the zeitgeist of the nineties, with his New Age credulity and his distrust of government. The answer is out there. Go »

Frank Oz

This funny-voiced man, named for a fantastical land, was the hand beneath the felt for a self-obsessed pig, a mentoring alien, and a dessert-devouring monster. Go »

Fred "Rerun" Berry

thanks to syndication, he'll be a teenager in the 1970s forever Go »

Fred Rogers

This minister never taught children an unneighborly gesture. Go »

Gareth Jones

This may be rather heartless of me, but irony has to make you wonder if getting into character is what killed this actor. Go »

Garry Shandling

When this wisecracking drama student took the stage, it was his show. Go »

Gary Coleman

died young, but not as young as his adoptive sister Go »

Gayle King

Oprah can make any woman in America feel like her best friend, but only one woman really is. Who's the king? Go »

Gena Lee Nolin

She showcased products at their suggested retail price before quitting to become a professional lifeguard. Go »

Gene Roddenberry

The old great bird finally took a journey into space after he died in 1991. Go »

George Takei

Because of advocates like him, gay marriage has come to represent the final frontier of equality in California. Go »

Gillian Anderson

She has played Lady Dedlock, Stella Gibson, Meg Fitch, and Bedelia Du Maurier, but she'll always be best known as Dana Scully. Go »

Gina Rodriguez

Her character on a hit series may lack certain experience, but she has had plenty of other experience in her career, starring in everything from a soap opera to an industrial disaster movie to a hip-hop indie drama. Go »

Gretchen Carlson

it helps to make friends if you play dumb Go »

H. Jon Benjamin

What do a soccer coach, a burger chef, and a secret agent have in common? Go »

Hannah Montana

This fictional pop superstar is not from Montana, but she is played by the daughter of an achy-breaky country star. Ya think? Go »

Heidi Montag

reality roommate becomes singing spouse Go »

Henry Ian Cusick

It would have been scandalous if he were to have lost any of the one hundred or so roles he has played. Go »

Henry Winkler

This leather fetishist has two prominent digits. Go »

Howie Mandel

I'll pay you $20 for the guesses you've already made. Agreement or no agreement? Go »

Hugh Laurie

Is there a doctor in the House? Go »

Ian Somerhalder

if you previously guessed the wrong vampire, you lost Go »

Idris Elba

He's been a detective in London, a drug lord in Baltimore, a commandant in West Africa, a gatekeeper in Asgard, a starship captain on LV-223, and Nelson Mandela. Go »

J. Fred Muggs

If you thought Billy Bush was the least evolved simian among the Today show cast, you weren't watching in the 1950s. Go »

J.D. Roth

If you look around, would you see this goo having a cherry sundae on top of the hill at his exciting house? Go »

J.R. Ewing

Who shot this goo? Go »

Jace Norman

This teenaged kid puts himself in danger by playing roles of a sidekick, a dog who changes into a human, and six copies of himself. Go »

Jack Hanna

Does this zoo director and TV star exploit animals for his own fame? Go »

Jack Lord

Goo him, Danno! This TV star kept the peace around the Aloha State. Go »

Jacques Cousteau

This Frenchman's TV show was a real dive. Go »

Jade Goody

This reality star hasn't been miss goody-two-shoes, but nobody deserves the eviction she's facing. Go »

Jaimie Alexander

She has appeared alongside musclemen like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Chris Hemsworth, but her best-known role requires her to alter her own body through the application of elaborate fake tattoos. Go »

Jaleel White

He spent the 1990s wondering one thing: Did he do that? Go »

James Corden

Brits know him as a flabby sitcom star and stage actor. Americans know him as a talk show host who drives around singing karaoke with celebrities. Go »

James Gandolfini

The cella caldaria was too intense for one of Jersey's most infamous sons. Go »

James Lipton

Arrested Development fans wonder if he treats the actors studio like a prison. Go »

James Marsters

This actor haunted Angel after spiking Buffy. Go »

James Van Der Beek

he's a long way from his creek Go »

Jan-Michael Vincent

He may be a "flying lupus" action star, but his name's still Jan. Go »

Jane Kaczmarek

A middling life in middle-class marriage no longer matters to this middle-aged actress. Go »

Jane Lynch

cheerleaders, caterers, and celibates Go »

Jane Seymour

frontier doc Go »

Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña

This little guy can be quite the horse's arse. Go »

Jason Alexander

This Seinfeld semi-regular never rode into Prussia. Go »

Jason Bateman

Depending on when you first noticed him, you might know him as a young boy on the prairie, a teen mourning his sitcom mom, a basketball-playing werewolf, a stockbroker living with his brother, a real-estate developer in the middle of a dysfunctional family, a hopeful father adopting a teenager's baby, a friend stuck in the body of Ryan Reynolds, the victim of identity theft, or a con-artist fox. Go »

Jason Miller

Don't go have a specific brand of beer in Milwaukee and be a bully, or this goo will beat you up. Go »

Jay Leno

Getting offered a nightly show after ending his nightly show may have given this comedian a swelled head. Go »

Jean-Philippe Susilovic

This Belgian can never catch a break with Satan as a boss. Go »

Jeff Garlin

This standup comic had some enthusiastic success on cable before starring in an 80s family sitcom. Go »

Jeff Hyslop

If you saw this goo in Canada as a mannequin, could he come to life? Would this goo be special in 2 day's world? Go »

Jennifer Aniston

This friendly actress's career used to be picture-perfect, but now it's the pitts. Go »

Jennifer Aniston

She went from being one of television's most popular Friends to one of Hollywood's most famous ex-wives, but hit films like Marley & Me and The Break-Up have kept her busy since. Go »

Jennifer Garner

Is "13 Going on 30" the name of her movie or the number of pseudonyms her character has used on her show? Go »

Jennifer Lopez

tells us whether it's raining on the block Go »

Jennifer Love Hewitt

I would love to know what she did at that party last summer with those five siblings. Go »

Jennifer Morrison

After haunting Kevin Bacon and mothering William Shatner, she settled for romancing Hugh Laurie. Go »

Jenny Lee

This CNN regular and native Houstonian perfects her tan while waiting for her big break. Go »

Jerry Juhl

This writer was all about letting the music play. Go »

Jerry Orbach

This TV detective had his eyes on predecessors like Peter Falk (and George Dzundza and Paul Sorvino) until he died and donated them to needy patients. Go »

Jerry Springer

This goo's first name! This goo's first name! This goo's first name! Go »

Jesse G. James

This outlaw done broke so many rules of the road, he was even cited for marrying a bull. Go »

Jessica Alba

Maxing out the guesses on this core goo would be sweeter than... something. Go »

Jim Cramer

When a comedy talk show host is making fun of you daily, it's best not to accept the invitation for him to do it to your face. Go »

Jim Henson

Spending mornings on public television and evenings in sketch comedy fit this entertainer like a glove, and audiences felt the same way. Go »

Jim J. Bullock

In the 1990s, this gay comedian had an uncomfortably close talk show with a televangelist who used to be married to another television host named Jim, who didn't practice what he preached. Go »

Jim Parsons

He has a funny theory about the origin of the universe. Go »

Jimmy Fallon

He did so well live on Saturday night that NBC had him work late every night. Early next year, he'll take on the biggest nightly talk show on television. Go »

Jimmy Jean-Louis

Haiti needs every hero it can get. Go »

Jimmy Kimmel

Hosting a game show with Ben Stein and a talk show just for men prepared him to become ABC's late-night host. Go »

Joan Rivers and Melissa Rivers

After two lifetimes of stand-up comedy, fashion criticism, and reality show fame, it's not clear which one knows best. Go »

Jodie Sweetin

Being the middle child in the house is sweet, and so is being the middle adult two decades later, especially when your family is a high-ranking poker hand. Go »

Joel McHale

His starring roles involved adventure reporting, community college attending, and pop-culture soup talking. Go »

John Cleese

He's known for being part of a very funny snake, operating a hotel rudely, missing part of his ghostly body, associating with a fish with a woman's name, and providing a superspy with equipment. Go »

John DiMaggio

This actor often gets mixed up in weird roles like a shapeshifting robot and an alcoholic dog. Go »

John Forsythe

In an ironic television twist, this goo may be best remembered for a role in which he never made a screen appearance. Go »

John Goodman

Roseanne's husband ain't afraid of no spiders. Go »

John Goodman

On screen, he's had a red wife and a blue brother. Go »

John Hetlinger

This talented American got a chance to sing in concert with Drowning Pool. Go »

John Krasinski

Playing this game at our place of work is not the way we go. Go »

John Krasinski

Since leaving his office job, this actor has found success as a voice actor in Monsters University and The Wind Rises. Go »

Johnny Carson

One of America's most popular comedians and talk show hosts has said his final goodnight. Go »

Jon Hamm

ainmay admanmay Go »

Jon Stewart

Being the host of a news Show has its Daily advantages, Mr. J.S. Mills. Go »

Jon-Erik Hexum

A short-lived actor with facade and pretense
And a voyage lacking common sense
Even a blank can make one's eyes go blank Go »

Jorge Garcia

Rolf lost his piano bench Go »

Joss Whedon

When he had slain enough vampires, this writer-director began setting spaceships on fire. Go »

Joy Behar

For some, happiness only comes from voicing your true perspective. Go »

Judd Hirsch

He helped his sons solve crimes numerically, and helped Earth resist aliens on July 4, but he's best known for driving a cab with co-workers Marilu Henner and Danny DeVito. Go »

Judyann Elder

Do you think this goo would respect the elders in the family? Go »

Julia Anderson

family is the most important thing in the universe Go »

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

live from New York, it's Jerry Seinfeld's ex-girlfriend Go »

Julianna Margulies

She's been the good spouse in a troubled marriage, a nurse in a busy emergency room, and Morgan Le Fay. Go »

Julie Bowen

modern mother Go »

Julie Chen

This TV journalist's career has been shaped by her husband, brother, and Harry Smith. Go »

Julie Newmar

For several years in the 1960s, she was the "purrfect" model for a black leather catsuit. Go »

June Shannon

She's cashing in big on her sweet mistake, or maybe not. Go »

Justine Bateman

What have we always said is the most important thing? No, not breakfast: Family. Jason Bateman is her real-life brother, and Michael J. Fox was her TV brother. Go »

JWoww

Not the Garden State's classiest export. Go »

Kal Penn

He used to work in the real White House. Now he works in a fictional one. Go »

Kaley Cuoco

What do John Ritter, Alyssa Milano, and Jim Parsons have in common? This co-star. Go »

Kaley Cuoco

Her career has taken off with a bang since joining the cast of a show about nerds. (Note: She does not play a nerd.) Go »

Kat Dennings

A co-starring role in Thor and a hit CBS sitcom haven't left this star broke. Go »

Kat Von D

This artist and model is best known for her association with Los Angeles ink. Go »

Kate Gosselin

Nadya Suleman wasn't the only "octo-mom" who captured the public's attention for better or worse in 2009. Go »

Kate Jackson

She wasn't scared to leave her partners in crime-fighting. Go »

Kate Mulgrew

How many actresses have played an Irish-American daughter, a starship captain, and a prison chef? Go »

Kate Walsh

You'd be a poor judge of character if you thought she got where she is without practicing alone. Go »

Katherine Heigl

The human anatomy is not alien to this star behind two "Isibels." Go »

Katie Holmes

She fell for Tom Cruise and Batman, but her first love was the guy they named Dawson's Creek after. Go »

Keith Carlos

Even ex-NFL players can win ANTM. Go »

Keke Palmer

She's been in two movies about epochs, two TV shows about screaming, and two albums about waking up. Go »

Kelly Ripa

Yes, she's still alive, as the title of her talk show indicates. Go »

Kelsey Grammer

He spent eleven years in Boston hanging out in a bar, eleven years in Seattle dispensing psychiatric advice on the radio, and twenty-five years (so far) in Springfield trying to murder Bart Simpson. Go »

Ken Burns

civil arsonist Go »

Ken Jennings

You'll have to play longer than he did to win a million in the goo game. Be sure to answer in the form of a question! Go »

Ken Jeong

He gave up practicing internal medicine to attend community college. Go »

Kenan Thompson

He's come a long way in his career since working at a burger joint: He has now worked every Saturday night for 14 years. Go »

Kevin Clash

This puppeteer is no longer a part of Elmo's world after resigning amid allegations that he had sex with minors. Go »

Kevin Eubanks

Would this goo be playing the guitar too knight or would this goo be at the bank in the morning? Go »

Kevin James

If this guy loved Raymond so much, he should have married him for the domestic partner benefits. Who's the you-know-what of Queens? Go »

Kevin Sorbo

It doesn't take a Herculean effort to conquer this legendary goo. Go »

Kiefer Sutherland

Unlike this action star, you have more than 24 hours to solve this mysterious goo. Go »

Kirk Cameron

Who knew this teen star would grow up to be such a pain? Go »

Kirsten Storms

If she was at Disneyland, do you think she would watch the Weather Channel to see if a storm was rolling in? Go »

Kirstie Alley

As depicted on her reality show, this former bar manager's gluttony got her more than a beer belly. Go »

Kristen Bell

Solving mysteries comes easy for this Martian. Go »

Krysten Ritter

She's been a drug addict on AMC, a superhero on Netflix, and a b---- on ABC. Go »

Kurtwood Smith

You'd have to be a dumbass not to realize that this Wisconsin TV dad is actually from Wisconsin. Go »

Kyle MacLachlan

In the 1980s, you might have seen him wearing a certain shade of velvet to cross sand dunes. In the 1990s, he opened new career doors by visiting a two-mountain town. In the 2000s, he enjoyed having urban sex with needy spouses. In the 2010s, he became a Marvel supervillain and watched his daughter turn inside-out. Go »

Larry David

Don't get too enthuiastic for neurotic sitcom writer. Go »

Larry King

They have talk shows on CNN? Who's the king? Go »

Lauren Graham

Her best-known roles involve certain girls and the state of being a parent. Go »

Laurie Holden

Surviving scary mist in a grocery store and mining town was no preparation for her most famous role battling scores of walking zombies. Go »

Leah Remini

Did her TV marriage make her the queen of Queens? Go »

Leighton Meester

Rumor has it this child actress got her start in prison. Go »

Lena Dunham

The title of her hit series makes it sound like the characters would prefer child-sized chairs. Go »

Leonard Nimoy

If you don't know this actor from Star Trek and Mission: Impossible, then you don't know a Vulcan thing. Go »

Lesley-Anne Down

Constantly going up and down the stairs left this former model down for the count. Go »

LeVar Burton

He's best known for playing a blind starship engineer, a defiant slave, and a reading-obsessed host. Go »

Lil Poopy

Rap, like everything else, is just a game (albeit a shitty one) when you haven't yet reached puberty. Go »

Lindsay Wagner

Thanks to bionic implants, her character in a 1970s sci-fi series learned a few new tricks. Go »

Lisa Bonet

This college dropout from another planet is best known for her associations with Jason Momoa, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Kravitz. Go »

Lisa Kudrow

the child-like female Friend, not the Fox morning show host Go »

Lisa Kudrow

She has been a web-based therapist, a high school reunion attendee, a college dean mediating a neighborly dispute, and a mobster's psychiatrist's wife, but she'll always be best known as a friend to five young single New Yorkers. Go »

Lisa Loring

If she wants a Family reunion, she better have it before Wednesday, because the cast is dropping like flies. Go »

Lori Greiner

She invented a new kind of jewelry box. Now she's considered the nicest shark on TV. Go »

Lorne Michaels

For more than three decades, this man's sketch comedy empire has been a weekend institution. Go »

Lou Ferrigno

Green makeup and a wig could make this bodybuilder look like a monster on TV, but nothing could make him look like Bill Bixby. Go »

Louie Anderson

feuds with his cartoon family Go »

Louis Theroux

the next two days are going to be weird Go »

Lucy Lawless

Really, there's no rule that I have to put her in the Royalty category. Go »

Lucy Lawless

An unstoppable force that follows no man's rules. Go »

Lynda Carter

She's still identified with her lasso-slinging superhero role, even though she hasn't played the character since the Carter Administration. Go »

Mackenzie Phillips

This daughter with a famous papa tried to stay off drugs one day at a time, but they ultimately cost her a plum role in a sitcom. Go »

Margarita Levieva

Her training as a gymnast made her flexible enough to fit diverse roles in Revenge, Adventureland, and The Lincoln Lawyer. Go »

Maria Menounos

This star of today's news and tonight's entertainment knows how to use her access to Hollywood Go »

Mario Lopez

Being the jock among his high school friends saved him a lot of trouble working out to became an Olympian and star dancer. Go »

Mark Valley

This star of canceled shows like Human Target and Body of Proof has seen plenty of lows in his career. Go »

Marv Albert

Yes! This man offers biting basketball commentary. Go »

Mary Tyler Moore

You can celebrate identifying this workplace-sitcom star by throwing your cap in the air. Go »

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

As toddlers, they filled their sitcom house with laughter. As adults, they've reaped the financial rewards. Go »

Mary-Kate Olsen

When you've worked with your sister since you were both infants, top billing is everything. Go »

Mary-Louise Parker

This actress has been a drug-dealing mom, a First Lady's chief of staff, an AIDs victims traveling with friends, and a chef who makes fried green tomatoes, but she has never been Zooey Deschanel. Go »

Masi Oka

A hero among heroes, this computer programmer proved that natural charisma is no special effect. Go »

Matthew Perry

With flops about Sunshine and the Sunset Strip on his resume, he probably throught he had blown the second chance that his work with friends like Sydney had earned him. But now that his career is going on with another odd hit about a couple, he's home free. Go »

Maury Povich

Paternity tests reveal that this famously married daytime talk-show host IS the father of a slew of bottom-feeding imitators that serve up the misery and classlessness of their guests for a rowdy audience. Go »

Max Casella

He's appeared both on the Sopranos and under the sea, but he's best known for crawling in the window. Go »

Melissa Benoist

She was quite gleeful upon learning that she had been cast as a very super girl. Go »

Melissa Gilbert

Darlene's sister. Go »

Melissa Joan Hart

know-it-all witch Go »

Meredith Vieira

She went from sharing her view to looking for millionaires to what she does today. Go »

Michael C. Hall

First he buried people for a living, then he murdered them. Go »

Michael Fishman

Man, this maturing deejay sure can fish. Go »

Mike Judge

The Lone Rangers really thought this caller was childish. Go »

Mike Myers

He's the funnyman behind Shrek and Austin Powers, not the masked murderer from the Halloween movies. Go »

Mike Richards

Being on a game show may not be easy, because according to this beautiful geek, you may have to divide the winnings. Go »

Mila Kunis

No matter how many forgettable movies she stars in about swans or Oz or Jupiter, she remains best known for her shows on Fox about the seventies and a guy with a family. Go »

Miley Cyrus

Some people might think she was destined to become a singer. Go »

Minami Takayama

One truth is sure to surface as this yin continues to sing their way through life. Go »

Mindy Kaling

This actress is known for projecting confidence in her workplace. Go »

Miranda Cosgrove

iCan't expect you to know every highly-paid Nickelodeon superstar, iGuess. Go »

Miranda Cosgrove

Iwish this goo wasn't so distorted, then sparks wouldn't fly so high, especially on a show with a Drake Bell theme song. Go »

Mischa Barton

Oh, did you see that? What a pretty bear! Go »

Miskel Spillman

You don't have to be famous to host Saturday Night Live, if you know how to mail a postcard. Go »

Mister Rogers

Don't you recognize your neighbor? Go »

Mitsuko Horie

It doesn't matter if you're a tomboy or if you run and hide. This goo will surely catch up with you. Go »

Miyû Sawai

This little bunny brought about the apocalypse. Go »

Molly Shannon

the sweet armpit smell of success Go »

Mr. T

I threw that Scott Hardie helluva far. I pity the goo! Go »

Nadya Hutagalung

TV's top trendsetter Go »

Nancy Cartwright

don't have a cow, Xenu Go »

Nate Richert

Raised by a pack of squirrels and lover of monkeys and dinosaurs, this lyrical comedian has been everything from a pregnant teen to a superhero. Go »

Nathan Fillion

When you run out of gas, this goo will be filling up your tank. Go »

Neil Patrick Harris

kid doc Go »

Nicole Curtis

Restoring old houses is a profitable compulsion. Go »

Nicole de Boer

eepday in the onezay Go »

Nicole Eggert

Ironically, being a castaway helped put a charge in this goo's recently missing career, at least for one summer. Go »

Norman Reedus

His biggest role was a saint from the boondocks, until AMC cast him in a show about ambulatory corpses that became a smash hit. Go »

Olivia Munn

If this host's program sounds violent, you can rest assured it's just a game. Go »

Oprah Winfrey

The highest-paid TV personality ever now has her own magazine, called O. Go »

Pat Sajak

If Celebrity Goo Game was like spinning the wheel and solving puzzles for cash, at the end of 90 goos you could go to the bonus round to win money or a new car. Go »

Patrick Dempsey

dreamy doc Go »

Patrick McGoohan

This goo is not a number (1118), it is a free McGoo! Go »

Patti Stanger

a match made on Bravo Go »

Paul Reubens

The manic star of a children's TV show made a teensy-tiny little mistake at a lusty theater in 1991. Go »

Paul Shaffer

On two networks, this orchestra conductor has enjoyed playing well into the night. Go »

Paul Teutul

Chopping your own son out of your reality TV show is how you have to roll. Go »

Paul Wesley

this vampire's girlfriend probably doesn't write her diary in blood Go »

Peggy Lipton and Rashida Jones

What do Parks and Recreation, The Mod Squad, Twin Peaks, and Boston Public have in common? Go »

Perry King

He played a boat-based detective in Riptide and a helpless president in The Day After Tomorrow. Who's the king? Go »

Peter Abbay

Don't bank on him dealing with you clowning around on his show. Pick up your briefcase and offer him something better. Go »

Peter Capaldi

He didn't need a medical degree to get his new job. He just needed to be the twelfth in line. Go »

Peter Dinklage

This actor enjoys his seat of small-screen dominance. Go »

Peter Falk

While his classmates studied math or science, he had his eye on criminal justice. Go »

Phil Keoghan

It's amazing how fast this New Zealander has raced to success on American game shows. Go »

Phil McGraw

He stopped filling in on Tuesday when America needed his advice five days a week. Go »

Phil Robertson

His frank comments about homosexuality put his Louisiana dynasty in jeopardy. Go »

Rami Malek

Considering how robotic he is on teleivision, it's strange to think that he'll soon play Freddie Mercury. Go »

Randy Harrison

This boyish TV actor is best known for being as queer as, um, people. Go »

Randy Quaid

Cousin Eddie is on the lam Go »

Rashida Jones

Being the daughter of a famous music producer sure makes you popular around the office. Go »

Raven-Symoné

How many kids do you know who were raised by Bill Cosby, Mark Curry, Eddie Murphy, and Rondell Sheridan? Go »

Ray Combs

We asked you to name something that drives people to insanity. You said hosting a game show. Survey says... Go »

Regis Philbin

Who wants to be a winner? This is the host with the most (hours of television). Go »

Rhona Mitra

Lara Croft is incomplete without these tats. Go »

Rhonda Shear

For most of the nineties, this former Miss Louisiana and Playboy covergirl helped America stay up all night! Go »

Richard Hatch

This sole survivor won a bigger prize than I could ever give out. Go »

Richard Riehle

This guy has had minor roles in multiple Scott Bakula projects, but don't jump to conclusions too quickly. Go »

Rick Harrison

Las Vegas reality star Go »

Rick Schroder

big-city cop known for his fine silverware Go »

Ricky Gervais

This British comic no longer gets to enjoy the extras since he left his office job. Go »

Rico Rodriguez

Today, his family includes a famous older sister, and many nieces both on-screen and off. Go »

Rob Lowe

He's had career highs like The West Wing and About Last Night, and career lowes like St. Elmo's Fire and his duet with Snow White. Go »

Robert and Michelle King

They abandoned their show about a well-behaved missus to make another about brainless politicians. Who's the king? Go »

Robert Stack

The version of Eliot Ness that he played didn't leave many mysteries unsolved. Go »

Robin Leach

You don't envy the famous and rich? You would after you watched his show. Go »

Rod Roddy

Game show contestants came on down and pressed their luck at the instruction of this long-serving announcer. Go »

Rod Serling

a writer known for getting weird after dark Go »

Rod Serling

He wrote about a planet of apes, composed a requiem for a heavyweight, and opened a gallery at night, but he'll forever be best remembered for the zone where things get weird just before nightfall. Go »

Rose McGowan

this flowery TV star is quite a charmer Go »

Roseanne Barr

America made this domestic comedian one of the biggest sitcom stars of the nineties, even if she didn't sing the national anthem very well. Go »

Rosie O'Donnell

O' great, a broad that likes Broadway. Go »

Roy Rogers

As Celebrity Goo Drinking Game rides into the sunset, this TV cowboy sings a fond wish: "Happy trails to you." Go »

RuPaul

This mononymic actor is the queen of reality TV, and another kind of queen entirely. Go »

Russell Johnson

He created a bamboo telescope, a lie detector, a xylophone, a pool table, a roulette wheel and jet pack fuel. Why couldn't he create a boat? Go »

Ryan Dunn

This former jackass is done with stunts that leave him haggard. Go »

Ryan Seacrest

Wannabe hosts idolize this rockin' emcee's ability to land more high-profile gigs on the air every new year. Go »

S. Epatha Merkerson

After seventeen years in law enforcement, she has a colorful new career searching for missing people. Go »

Sally Jessy Raphael

Pregnant teens informing their parents! Battered wives confronting their husbands! Drag queens dressed up like this goo! All this and more, on the next... Go »

Sara Gilbert

She learned about the birds and the bees with Johnny Galecki (twice) long before she had The Talk with parents. Go »

Sara Rue

This imperfect but not unpopular actress helps brides shed weight as a Jenny Craig spokesperson. Go »

Sarah Jessica Parker

Her man took a day off in Chicago, but she still gives him that famous East Coast nookie. You could say she's a square peg in a round gap. Go »

Sarah Michelle Gellar

You don't need a reliable name like Joan to save the world from the undead. Go »

Sarah Paulson

This Tampa native found serenity on the sunset strip. Go »

Scott Bakula

Somewhere in fanfiction, Sam Beckett leapt into Jonathan Archer. (Oh, boy.) Go »

Selena Gomez

Though she has rarely wavered from her corporate steward, some people still see this two-time pop princess and ask, "Who?" Go »

Seth Green

Are you too chicken to watch the cartoon created by this son of evil? Go »

Shari Lewis

Not everybody on TV can talk to "you," but she could. Go »

Shemar Moore

How much more do you think this guy can take from criminals? Don't lose your mind trying to figure out who this is. Go »

Shonda Rhimes

After creating hit shows like Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder, her name rhymes with success. Go »

Simon Cowell

This TV and music producer is famous for dismissing wannabe singers with a scowell. Go »

Snooki

From Chile by way of the Jersey Shore, this real-life Thumbelina packs a lot of personality into her tiny 4'8" frame. Go »

Sofía Vergara

Her real family has faced big trouble, and not just recently. Go »

Soleil Moon Frye

she grew out of punk after the 80s Go »

Soleil Moon Frye

She was a punky child star, she roomed with a teenage witch in college, and today she hosts a reality show about making home simple. What does she have to do with the sun and moon lining up? It's all in her name. Go »

Sonequa Martin-Green

She walked away from zombies in order to discover aliens. Go »

Stephen Colbert

After nine years of hosting a late-night talk show, he still has yet to appear on TV as himself, but he'll get the chance starting next summer. Go »

Stephen Moyer

Anna Paquin isn't afraid to date this actor. She knows he doesn't bite. Go »

Steve Burns

You're going to need more than one clue to recognize this television figure, who did not die in an overdose or an accident (or most appropriately, a fire). Go »

Steve Burton

If he can't keep a secret, then there is no way this general could be a bodyguard to save you from going to the hospital. Go »

Steve Cardenas

Roses are red, and violets are blue. This rocky guy loved karate, and was number 2. Go »

Steve Irwin

After a career-long collision course with deadly animals, this conservationist leaves behind a legacy of love and understanding for the natural kingdom. Go »

Steve Irwin

The Crocodile Hunter died because of a stingray. In his movie Collision Course, he found some poo and decided to save it for later. Go »

Steven Yeun

This Korean-American actor's career is very much alive even if his show is very much dead. Go »

Summer Glau

She dances like a firefly and stings like an unstoppable android killing machine from the future. Go »

Susan Boyle

Got talent? Go »

Suzanne Somers

American thighs have been sore ever since this woman dropped her roommates to become a sheriff and a stepmom. Go »

Sydney Penny

star of two soaps Go »

Takeshi Kaga

All Japanese chefs, no matter their mettle, fear the chairman of the kitchen. Go »

Ted Danson

He's been a magazine editor, a crime scene investigator, an afterlife architect, an irritable doctor, a corrupt billionaire, and a North Dakota sheriff, but none of them will ever be as famous as his bar owner and retired pitcher. Go »

Teresa Giudice

Reality made this Jersey wife a star. Fraud made her a federal inmate. Go »

Teri Hatcher

Maybe she wouldn't be such a desperate housewife if she was still married to Superman. Go »

Terry Crews

football came before family for this father figure Go »

Texas Battle

emboldened by beauty Go »

The Doctor

When you're exploring time and space, it takes eleven lifetimes to get it right. Go »

Thomas Gibson

He's been a promiscuous Chicago doctor, a hippie's lawyer husband, and a mindful law enforcement officer. Go »

Thomas Haden Church

His most famous roles were a mechanic, a thief, a newlywed, and a best friend. Go »

Tia Torres

Who knew that parolees could be saved by pit bulls all due to this woman, who opened a rescue that gave them all a chance at a new life? Go »

Tila Tequila

Think you have a shot at hooking up with the correct answer? Go »

Tila Tequila

This reality show star shot to fame by getting people to dance their pants off. Go »

Tim Allen

His television and movie characters are known by their catch-phrases: "More power!" "To infinity, and beyond!" "Never give up. Never surrender." "What if I fall off the roof?" Go »

Tim Daly

he piloted planes in Nantucket Go »

Tina Fey

It must help to write and star in a rocking sitcom about a sketch comedy show when you have written and starred in a sketch comedy show. Go »

Tina Fey

Except for Sarah Palin, most people like the work of this comedy writer who made a sitcom about the weekly live sketch show where she used to work. Go »

Tina Louise

If you're ever lost on a tropical island, you might pass the time by wondering, this goo or Mary Ann? Go »

Tom Bergeron

America's Funniest Dancing host is no Square. Go »

Tom Welling

It took ten years for this small-town boy to make good. Go »

Toni DiBuono

This actress ought to go back to square one. Go »

Tony Sano

This host makes a living by watching Japanese game show contestants. Go »

Tony Soprano

Crime is a song to this fictional Jersey mobster. Go »

Tony Warren

This TV writer has been crowned the king of the British soap opera. Go »

Topher Grace

For an actor whose career started in the '70s, he seemed very young when he faced off against Spider-Man and Predators. Go »

Tori Spelling

After years living away her father's famous California zip code, she returned to it in 2009, around the time she wrote a book with a misspelling in the title. Go »

Tracee Ellis Ross

After a supreme childhood, you could forgive her for slacking. But this girlfriend is a major figure in comedy today. Ish. Go »

Tracey Gold

Her harrowing story has become the gold standard for young actresses struggling with anorexia. Go »

Tracy Morgan

left a late-night sketch comedy show to star in a sitcom about a late-night sketch comedy show Go »

Trey Wingo

Oh, if you saw this number 3 co-host, would he take you under his wing? Go »

Tricia Helfer

This Playboy model and lawyer's wife will always be best remembered for her inhuman persona when she became the star of a cable TV series. Go »

Trista Rehn

This isn't Angela. Go »

Uzo Aduba

The actress behind the breakout supporting character on Orange is the New Black has a knotty relationship with casting directors. Go »

Vanessa Minnillo

This former all-American teenager totally asked out a divorced newlywed. Go »

Vanna White

She's turned the letters to White for almost three decades now. Go »

Vincent Pastore

If you saw this Big Pussy walking the streets, would this goo be singing soprano? Go »

Walter Koenig

Check this short guy off your list. He's better than the best. Go »

Wendy Beckett

What are the highest ratings a South-African virgin art-history expert can get on PBS? (None.) Go »

Wentworth Miller

This actor's racial identity has been hard to break both on-screen and off. Go »

Wil Wheaton

Though his childhood role as a young starship pilot was once deeply unpopular, Trekkies have come to accept this blogger, gamer, and writer as a fellow nerd. Go »

Will Arnett

This actor has been a toy Batman, a sitcom-starring horse, a suriphobic chef, an angry squirrel, and an evil banker, and those are just the roles where he didn't show his face. Go »

Will Forte

I wonder if Earth's last man would make time for a visit to Studio 8H in New York. Go »

William Russ

By the time his sons met the world and became Neo-Nazis, this actor had a long career in TV movies. Go »

William Shatner

Whether it be green alien babes or saving whales, he's done it all. Go »

William Shatner

He's been a cop named Hooker, a lawyer named Crane, and the host of a 911 show, but none of his roles are as iconic as a starship captain named Kirk. Go »

Woody Harrelson

He's been a detective, a pornographer, a bartender, a serial killer, and a Hunger Games tribute. Go »

Zac Efron

I wonder if there's a link between his singing and dancing in a high school musical and his being cast in a John Waters musical as a singing and dancing high schooler. Go »

Zach Braff

This scrub made a pretty goo'd movie in New Jersey. Go »

Zachary Levi

His sitcom hero gave NBC viewers no cause to chuck their remotes. Go »

Zachary Quinto

A chance to steal the superpowers of various heroes turned this actor's ear. Go »

Zalman King

This erotic director's creativity spread like wildflowers after asking women to send letters to his shoes. Who's the king? Go »