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About this title


Wanda Hawkins is a stand up comic who is also working as a correspondent on a political talk show in Wshington, D.C. while at home, Wanda must manage her sister-in-law who is raising two children.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: March 26, 2003

Also Known As: Wanda at Large

Parents Guide: United States (TV-PG)


Plot Keywords

talk show

Company Credits

Production Co: Mohawk Productions, Warner Bros. Television


Tim Hopper
as Panelist #1
René Ashton
as Woman
Christina Chambers
as Waitress
George W. Scott
as Guy in bar
Melia Lockwood
as Skye
Billy 'Sly' Williams
as Seat Stealer
Cunivin Robinson
as Black Gang Member
Tim Bagley
as Bill
Dale Godboldo
as Keith Michael Townsend
Terence Mathews
as Waiter
Jo Marie Payton
as Wanda's Mother
Karen Yum
as Korean Shop Owner
David Andriole
Valeri Ross
as Keith's Mom
Dawn Stern
as Candy
Jeris Poindexter
as Driver
James Di Giacomo
as Sound Man
Dave Chappelle
as Vincent
Jason Kravits
as Roger
Lynn Ann Leveridge
as Mr. Chalmer's secretary
Dan Brinkle
as Cop #2
Tammy Lauren
as Jenny Hawkins
Charles Duckworth
as Joe
Art Frankel
David Kavandi
as Saddam
Tanjareen Thomas
as Booty Shaker #1
Kenneth Hogue
as Student
Kelly Coffield Park
as Rita Dahlberg
Robert DoQui
as Nevins
Kyra Groves
as Lisa
Kimmarie Johnson
as Kelly
Karen Maruyama
as Sharon
Debi Mazar
as Jenny Hawkins
Kevin Derkash
as Student
Richard Halpern
as Voiceover
Eric Fleeks
as Cop #1
Paul Pape
as Voiceover
Bruce Reutlinger
as Josh
Jascha Washington
as Drayton Hawkins
John Gowans
as Old White Man
Wendy Braun
as Feminist
Phil Morris
as Bradley Grimes
Jerry Giles
as Doctor
Michelle Griffin
as Naomi
Mark McKinney
as Mark
Alex Alexander
as Random White Female
as Jogger
Paul Vinson
as Al
Gwendoline Meyer
as Marcia
Austin Priester
as Waiter
Brandt Wille
as Man #2
Mike Powers
as Randy
Mário Lara
as Politician
Dino Shorte
as Man #3
Adam Lazarre-White
as John Becky
Judah Friedlander
as Editor
Randy J. Goodwin
as Morris
Sarah Lilly
as White Housewife
B.J. Hollifield
as Naked Golfer
Michelle Buffone
as Patient
George Wallace
as Jimmy
Jurnee Smollett
as Holly Hawkins
Charles Kimbell
as Bartender
Reno Wilson
as Laven
Tony Winters
as Carlton Penn
Jazz Anderson
as Wanda age 6
Scott L. Treger
as CIA Panelist
Cheryl Hines
as Dr. Linda
Joseph Steven
as Bum
Jason Boots
as Trailer Trash Husband
Jeanine Michelle
as Tina
Madison Mason
as Mr. Chalmer
Jenny McCarthy
as Leader
Christine Holz-Lusita
as Trailer Trash Woman
Haley Gilbert Fisher
Mario Joyner
as Jonathan Lyles
Christopher Behrens
as Buff Rambo Type
Lana Gorgievski
as Hooker
Mickulus A Rubin
as Rapper's crew member
Dave Anthony
as Dave
as Mrs. Nevins
Nicole Scherzinger
as Gorgeous Woman
Robert Bailey Jr.
as Barris Hawkins
David Powledge
as Guy #2
Cole Downing
as Basketball Player
Laura Beckner
as Holly's Friend
Michael Dow
David Koechner
as Roger
Tina Mahler
as Carol
Damon Chandler
as Keith's Dad
Jared Grager
as Bill Simpson
P.J. Marino
as Pete
Ann Magnuson
as Rita Bahlberg
Louisa Abernathy
as Mother
Judyann Elder
as Mrs. Hawkins
Jayden Lund
as Kell
Wanda Sykes
as Wanda Mildred Hawkins/Wanda Hawkins
Eric Lange
as Stage Manager

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2003 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

2003 | 13 Episodes


Awards & NominationsSee more »

Teen Choice Awards 2003


Teen Choice Awards

Choice TV Actress - Comedy


Teen Choice Awards

Choice TV Breakout Star - Female


Teen Choice Awards

Choice TV Breakout Show

BET Comedy Awards 2004


BET Comedy Awards

Outstanding Comedy Series


BET Comedy Awards

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

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