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About this title

Storyline

Gay lawyer Will Truman (Eric McCormack) and straight interior designer Grace Adler (Debra Messing) are best friends living in New York City. Grace is engaged to a real jerk until the relationship falls apart and she moves in with Will. It's supposed to be temporary, until Grace finds her own place, but more and more it looks like a permanent arrangement. Grace's secretary and assistant is fun-loving wealthy socialite Karen Walker (Megan Mullally); Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes) is Will's flamboyant gay friend.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 21, 1998

Also Known As: 威爾和格蕾絲, Will ja Grace |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), Brazil (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

new york city
dating
lgbt
sitcom

Company Credits

Production Co: KoMut Entertainment, Three Princesses and a P |  See more »

Cast

Kali Rocha
as Stephanie
Brian Jacobs
as Michael the Cater Waiter #5
Todd Robert Anderson
as Kurt
Molly Shannon
as Val Bassett
Scott Beehner
as Donald
Christopher Backus
as Adam
Fiona Hale
as Ruth
Paul Fitzgerald
as Paul
Andy Favreau
as JJ Wise
Tim Bagley
as Larry
Monika Spruch
as Gallery Guest
Nick Offerman
as Jackson Boudreaux/Nick
Richard Assad
as Male Cabbie/Sultan
Stephanie Faracy
as Eva
Rudy Galindo
as Self
Ben Acker
as Stan
Ashley Edner
as Ruby
Mark Cirillo
as Contestant
Jack McGee
as Officer Murphy
Steve Paymer
as Steve/Delivery Man
Liz Prives
as College Freshman
Steve Sandoval
as Janitor
Jerome Allen
as Patron
Sunkrish Bala
as Gerald
Chris Berg
as Handsome Guy
Raymond Ma
as Rufus
Michael Merton
as Maitre D'
Alec Baldwin
as Malcolm Widmark
Jackie Geary
as Cashier
Ben Reed
as Richard Keller
David Vaillancourt
as Student
Dylan Riley Snyder
as DJ
Jim Ortlieb
as Ira
Lainie Kazan
as Aunt Honey
Mira Sorvino
as Diane
Martin Morales
as Employee
Will Schaub
as Dennis
Michael Medico
as Josh
Matthew Glave
as Kirk
Eric Brenner
as Auditioning Actor
Dan Futterman
as Barry
Lori Alan
as Jean
Anthony Jordan
as Restaurant Guest
Lauren Tuerk
as Woman
Amy Farrington
as Phyllis
Cory Surovy
as Flower Delivery Guy
Kara Naomi White
as Girl on Park Bench
Morgan Nagler
as Salesperson
Steven Weber
as Sam Truman
Kirk Baltz
as Glenn Gabriel
Jennifer Elise Cox
as Nurse Pittman
John Edward
as Self
Taye Diggs
as James Hanson
Joan Poust
as Woman
Barry Heins
as Tom
Josh Keaton
as Salvatore
Minnie Driver
as Lorraine Finster
Harry Connick Jr.
as Leo Markus
Fred Cross
as Curtis
Peter Jacobson
as Paul Budnik
Patrick Fabian
as Alan
Michele Lee
as Lucille
Gordy Owens
as Servant
Victor Garber
as Peter Bovington
Hallee Hirsh
as Olivia Walker
Gracen Newton
as Grace's Son
Wendie Jo Sperber
as April
A.J. Castro
as Elias
Lidia Porto
as Nurse Jill
Adam Barr
as Guy/Rabbit
Davi Santos
as Twenty-Something
Jase Wirey
as Contestant
Anthony DeSantis
as Walter
David St. James
as Smitty
Marshall Manesh
as Mr. Zamir
David Costabile
as Man
Kaine Bennett Charleston
as Restaurant Manager
Charles Emmett
as Luke
Lyn Alicia Henderson
as Nurse
Katie Couric
as Self
Bob Clendenin
as Bob Dent
Jason Stuart
as Stuart
Brian Jordan Alvarez
as Estefan Gloria
Natalie Dreyfuss
as Emma
Pyar Anderson
as Cowboy
Alice Hirson
as Justice Ginsburg
Tim Curry
as Marion Finster
J. Lucas
as Ruben
Winston Story
as Rex
Joyce Guy
as Lynette
Barry Bostwick
as Professor Jerry Wise
Debbie Reynolds
as Bobbi Adler
Fred Applegate
as Dr. Foster
Jeff Blumenkrantz
as Craig Fissay/Piano Player
Lela Lee
as Ping
Raphael Sbarge
as Alex
Christian Di Salvo
as NYC Interior Designer
Gus Kenworthy
as Steve
Katherine Cozumel
as Jack's Castmate
Lisa Nicole Bell
as Office worker
Sara Barrett
as Makeup Artist
Gary Janetti
as Guy at Megastore/Zack
Demi Lovato
as Jenny
John Ducey
as Jamie
Sterling Sulieman
as Ryan
Tamlyn Tomita
as Naomi
Christopher Gehrman
as EMT Worker
Jake Green
as Tour Announcer
Peter Paige
as Roger O'Neil
Paul Ben-Victor
as Mario
Jo Marie Payton
as Mrs. Freeman
Cheyenne Jackson
as Michael
John H. Tobin
as Binocular Vendor
Wayne Wilderson
as Ellis Palmer-Payne
Jeff Goldblum
as Scott Woolley
Sachiyo K
as Harumi
Debra Mooney
as Sister Robert
Sophie Fatu
as Will's Daughter
Gil Smith
as Policeman
Douglas Sills
as Ted Bowers
Jeffrey Cade Ross Brown
as Reuben
Jimm Giannini
as Gino
Rasika Mathur
as Trish
Rip Torn
as Lionel Banks
Abraham Higginbotham
as Dalton
Wendy Schenker
as Woman #1
Thomas A. Miller
as Lawyer
Carlos Antonio
as Manny
Edward Burns
as Nick
Matt Huhn
as Man
Tip Scarry
as Owen
Jay Kanzler
as Dinner Attendee
Bebe Neuwirth
as Bebe Neuwirth
Jere Burns
as Man in Cast
Conroe Brooks
as Kevin
Millicent Martin
as Leni
Heath Castor
as Annoyed Subway Passenger
Wil Bowers
as Guy
Greg Suddeth
as Cabbie
Preston Thompson
as Boy
Joel McHale
as Phil/Ian
Traci Lords
as Rose
Kimberly Scott
as Author
Melonie Mack
as Naomi
Jodi Fleisher
as Woman
Cody Weiant
as Maisie
Frank Saverino
as Disc Jockey
Perry King
as John Marshall
Walter Addison
as D.T. Petersen
Marianne Muellerleile
as Jodie
Claude Stuart
as Skinny Security Guard
Madonna
as Liz
Zack Weinstein
as Ryan
Yelyna De Leon
as Blanca
Tony Genaro
as Man
Matt Damon
as Owen
Chita Rivera
as Lenore
Jeremy Forte
as Angry Man/Heckler/The Heckler
Seth Rudetsky
as Jerry Sussman
Jack Black
as Dr. Isaac Hershberg
Sean Owens
as Divorce Lawyer/Pedestrian/Young Guy
Michael E. Rodgers
as Charlie
Robert Klein
as Martin Adler
Steven Petrarca
as Ralph
Andy Comeau
as Andy Fellner
David Richardson
as Husband
Adwin Brown
as James
David Schwimmer
as Noah Broader
Claire Malis
as Jo Black
Ken Marino
as Mark
Tabitha Brown
as Female Officer
Carol Leifer
as Nancy
Tara O'Connor
as Photographer
Mark Correy
as Bartender
Jim Abbott
as Hector
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
as Ro
Michael Andricopoulos
as Roy
Theresa Ireland
as Miss Hannigan
Murray Gershenz
as Uncle Funny
Elton John
as Elton John
Martina Navratilova
as Martina Navratilova
Stacy Galina
as Debbie
Aytl Jensen
as Alex
Troy Davis
as Wedding Guest
Peggy Lane
as Female Cab Driver/Woman in Sub Shop
Pamala Tyson
as Joan
John Oates
as Self
Lea DeLaria
as Nurse Carver
Neil Vipond
as Julius
Amanda Carlin
as Mrs. Sanwald
Jane Downs
as Charlotte
Murphy Dylan Devine
as Boy
Andrew Ableson
as Choreographer
Annie Coffey
as Disco Dancer
Jensen Daggett
as Grace Actor
Tracey Ullman
as Ann
Maria Pitillo
as Paula
Candy Ford
as Mom #2
Reid Scott
as Marcus
Larry Sullivan
as Robert
Steve Goodwillie
as Guy #1
Symba
as Pretty Woman
Michele Gregory
as Annette
Livia Treviño
as Mrs. Timmer
Matt Bellner
as Towel Boy
Buck Henry
as Leonard
Robert Aguilar Jr.
as Mountain Biker
Alexandra Wentworth
as Dr. Superstein
Megan Taylor Harvey
as Carrot
Paul Keith
as Guy
David Sutcliffe
as Campbell
Gordon Davidson
as Self
John Riggi
as Mario
Andy Garcia
as Milo
Craig A. Meyer
as Burton
Adam Rippon
as Timothy
Kevin Federline
as Angel Dancer for Cher
Keith Allan
as Photographer
Brooke Baumer
as Alex/Woman
John Slattery
as Sam Truman
Mariam Vardanyan
as Mary
Richard Chamberlain
as Clyde
Helen Slater
as Peggy Truman
Tom Gallop
as Rob
Rochelle Hannah
as Stoner Gal
Martha Kelly
as Patty
Ellen DeGeneres
as Sister Louise
Sam Pancake
as Jimmy/Bartender
Daryl Sabara
as Broccoli Boy
Debra Messing
as Grace Adler
Jordan Feldman
as Fred Homosexual
Kenneth Tigar
as John
Steve Ryan
as Lieutenant
Heather McPhaul
as Rhonda
Brian Michael Jones
as Joe
Melissa Russell
as Actress
Jennifer DeMille
as Woman #1
Roy Fegan
as IRS Auditor
Ralph Drischell
as Mr. Munitz
Alex Wells
as Rainbow
Debra Azar
as Kat
Michael D. Trail
as Guy
Bruce Dworkin
as Guy
Cleo Fraser
as Katie
Aileen Quinn
as Ramona Delaney
Suzanne Pleshette
as Lois Whitley
Ellen Albertini Dow
as Sylvia Walker
Joan Jaffry Pousi
as Passenger
Cal Bartlett
as Trainer
Marissa Matrone
as Aunt Angie
Bertha Holguin
as Back-Up Maid
Chris Gartin
as Desmond
Mark Juliano
as Mark Juliano
Hep Jamieson
as Agent Korn
Rachelle Pettinato
as Elaine
Aya Cash
as Olivia Walker
Max Greenfield
as Eli Wolff
Rod Britt
as Larry
Clifford David
as Hotel Manager
Karina Bonnefil
as Genevieve
Mario Schugel
as Handsome Guy
Tim Cannon
as Baseball Player/Millstones Pitcher
Philipp Karner
as Rocco
Elaine Bromka
as Outlet Shopper
Brian Palermo
as Brian Kelly
Susie Geiser
as Mom #1
Emily Churchill
as Rosemary
Adam Lazarre-White
as Manager
Mimi Cozzens
as BJ
Beth Lapides
as Ione
Carla Renata
as Receptionist
Terry Kiser
as Carl
Dana DeLorenzo
as Karen's Mom
Lonnie Henderson
as Country Line Dancer
David Douglas
as Edward
James Huang
as Male Passenger
Eric Roth
as Sales Guy
Karan Soni
as Mike
Kevin Paul
as Cater Waiter
Ben Caswell
as Sam
Bridget Flanery
as Viv Cassidy
Pablo Cartaya
as Fernando
Demitri Corben
as Drag Queen #1
Alexa Nisenson
as Young Karen
Julia Vera
as Concepción
Emilio Borelli
as Mario D'Angelo
Christopher Shea
as Waiter
Adrian Mojica
as Security Guard
Navaris Darson
as Julian
Stephanie Erb
as Mona
Trev Broudy
as Waiter
Barry Livingston
as Vince
Aleksei Archer
as Flight Attendant
Ethan Sandler
as Doctor
Gina Morelli
as Grandma
Kevin Scott Cannon
as Dancer #1
Doug Devine
as Ottoman Buyer/Piano Mover #2
Jay Brian Winnick
as Officer Rizzo
Lee Garlington
as Annette
Wanda-Lee Evans
as Justice of the Peace
Jaimarie Bjorge
as Singing Waitress
Judith Ivey
as Eleanor Markus
Titus Napoleon
as Roger Waka-Lana-Huki
Thi Nguyen
as Mei-Lihn
Jason Sims-Prewitt
as Officer Connelly
Dan Wells
as Mike
Rosanna Arquette
as Julie
Karen Y. McClain
as Ruth
Corey Parker
as Josh
Kristina Krofft
as Passenger
Robert Michael Morris
as Tommy
Brian Posehn
as Pete
Hunter James
as Kid in Coffee Shop
John O'Brien
as Man/Salesperson
Jason Pierce
as Cater Waiter
Greg Vaughan
as Cute Guy
Samira Wiley
as Nikki
Vanessa Ann Giorgio
as Woman
Stephen Spinella
as Bret
Jason Biggs
as Baby Glenn
Nick Nervies
as Boy
Gary Beach
as Phil
Linda June Larson
Eileen Fogarty
as Hostess
Jeffrey Patrick Dean
as Waiter
Bill Blair
as Von Trapp Fan
Andrew Rannells
as Reggie
Deborah Carson
as Margaret
Patti LuPone
as Patti LuPone
Wanda Sykes
as Cricket
Roscoe Lee Browne
as Linus
Emily Rutherfurd
as Joanne
Dan Gauthier
as Curt
Mary Ostrow
as Woman
Ali Chen
as Counter Person
Jennifer Kenyon
as Linda
Kari Lizer
as Connie
Jon Cryer
as Jon Cryer
Benjamin Sprunger
as Matt
Matt Lauer
as Matt Lauer
Ayda Field
as Barbara
Jon Fleming
as Russell
Paul Witten
as Gallery Owner
Kevyn Aucoin
as Café Extra
Jason Marsden
as Kim
Demi Moore
as Sissy Palmer-Ginsburg
Mark Ankeny
as Ted Farmer
Ben Newmark
as Ben
Andy Umberger
as Captain
Lorry Goldman
as Rabbi
George Stults
as Justin Zalen
Mike Nojun Park
as Todd Fung
Lyndon Karp
as Kid
Markus Flanagan
as Dr. Loranger
Michael Lucas
as Andy
Julie Schmid
as Dancer
Uwe Schwarzwalder
as Pedestrian
Jesse King
as Bartender
Bobby Cannavale
as Vince D'Angelo
Dionysio Basco
as Arpie
Patricia Bunch
as Clown Make-Up Artist
Brandon Jarrett
as Colin
Aryan Simhadri
as Farhan
Julie Pop
as Pat
Ryan Phillippe
as Ryan Phillippe
Kate Micucci
as Page
Alex Boling
as Judge/Stuart
Jon Tenney
as Paul Truman
Margaret Scarborough
as Summers MacAbee
Wells Rosales
as Waiter #2
James Burrows
as Self/customer at 'Queers'
Hannah Leigh
as Ruby
J.P. Manoux
as Minion
Kim Robillard
as Brent
Raymond Forchion
as Clayton
Noel Conlon
as Minister
Shane Partlow
as Boyfriend
Dmitri S. Boudrine
as Man
Larry Michelson
as Bellman
Bob Rumnock
as Toy Store Salesman
Steven W. Bailey
as Vin
Kathleen Wilhoite
as Sally
Richard Wharton
as Gerald
Todd Eckert
as Jurgen Franzblau
Debra K. Beatty
as Woman #4
Edie Falco
as Deirdre
Juliet Cesario
as Cashier/Jeanette
Paul Parducci
as Alan
Barry Karas
as Barry/Man in Bookstore/Self
Chris Parnell
as Dr. DiLorenzo
Gabriel Bologna
as Tim
Kyla Dang
as Casey Truman
Keeshan Giles
as Counter Man
Christopher Randolph
as Man
Susan Leslie
as Carol/Woman
Adrienne Alitowski
as Woman
Kevin Brief
as Ralph
Niko Posey
as Waitress
Mimi Savage
as Woman
Miguel Ferrer
as Nathan Berry
Dan Bucatinsky
as Neil
Lily Tomlin
as Margot
Markus Hamilton
as Colin
Hope Shapiro
as Woman
Parker Posey
as Dorleen
Nealla Gordon
as Eileen
Jared Farid Ward
as Chris - Guy #1
Tracy Nelson
as Alison
Robbie Troy
as Cindy
Sara Van Horn
as Woman
Rosie O'Donnell
as Bonnie
Thomas J. Hamilton
as Guy
Eric McCormack
as Will Truman
Christopher Thornton
as Luke
Ralph Litt
as Judge Holcomb/Minister
Helen Siff
as Josie
Julian McMahon
as Guy
Adam Goldberg
as Kevin Wolchek
Adrieanne Perez
as Singing Waitress
Ken Luckey
as Man
Gary Riotto
as Waiter
Chaz Ahern
as Keith/Newscaster/Walk Button
Rick Ferro
as Waiter
Michael Galante
as Lincoln
Jacqueline Beatty
as Woman #1
Paul Goebel
as Jerry
Christian Ochoa
as Hector
James Healy Jr.
as Agent Pembleton
Leigh-Allyn Baker
as Ellen
Kenneth Mars
as Uncle Sid
Orson Bean
as Professor Joseph Dudley
Troy Norton
as Audience Member
Eric Gustavson
as Sebastian
Timothy Davis-Reed
as Customs Officer
Carly Dutcher
as Ilana
Tucker Smallwood
as Professor Henry Rice
Will Radford
as Patron #1---Henry
Dale E. Turner
as The Concierge
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Ned Weathers
Gregory Hines
as Ben Doucette
Bette Rae
as Maid
Stone Phillips
as Self
Don Perry
as Bertram
Maggie Wheeler
as Polly
Tony Sagastizado I
as Bar Patron
Leslie Jordan
as Beverley Leslie
Connie Sawyer
as Old Woman
Hansford Rowe
as Minister
Sandra Bernhard
as Sandra Bernhard
Megan Cavanagh
as Terry
David Newsom
as Peter
Christopher Darga
as Officer Kirk Cox
Lisa Y. Sheeler
as Rose Garden Politician
Alessandro Marino
as Paolo
Reginald C. Hayes
as Dr. Osher
Paul Satterfield
as Sumner Davis
Corinne Bohrer
as Judy
Lance Roberts
as Waiter #1
Lauren Weedman
as Cheryl
Jerry Levine
as Joe
Hal Linden
as Alan
Gabrielle Sanalitro
as Loretta
Sara Paxton
as Melanie
Amy Crofoot
as Female Student/Flight Attendant/Mamie Crowfoot/Receptionist/Secretary
Jeri Slaughter
as Dancer
Shawn Christian
as Travis
Frankie A. Rodriguez
as Christopher
Luke Perry
as Aaron
Dan Sachoff
as Announcer
Richard Gross
as Frank the Gardener
Clinton Leupp
as Miss Coco Peru/Lawrence
Jamisin Matthews
as Magnus
Veronica Cartwright
as Judith McFarland
Katrina Lenk
as Marta the Maid
Jesse Fremont Allis
as Warren
Phil Morris
as Dr. Norman
Jeremy Piven
as Nicholas
Bryan Irzyk
as Bar Patron
Mathew Botuchis
as Dave
Alan March
as Alan
Jaseida Mojica
as After Party Fan
Zachary Bostrom
as Josh
John Colella
as Best Man
Patrick Kerr
as Choral Director
Gretchen German
as Carl/Carla
Piper Laurie
as Sharon
Justin Shaw
as Benji
Kevin Bacon
as Kevin Bacon
Danica Sheridan
as Kimmy
Cody Rain Murray
as Doug/Officer Jared/Orderly/Scientology Guy
Lesley Ann Warren
as Tina
Doc Farrow
as Parent
Aly Mawji
as Liam
Bernadette Peters
as Gin
Mary McCormack
as Janet Adler
Paul Gutrecht
as Bartender Paul
Heidi Schultz
as Leggy Woman
Ben Platt
as Blake
David Doty
as Harry
Victor Turpin
as Elias
Jorden Ashley
as Buzzy Wuzzy
Cynthia Mann
as Judy Green
Dirk Shafer
as Blaze
Alfredo Tavares
as Passenger
Jason Ryan Lovett
as Bar Patron
Irene Roseen
as Doris
Sarah Baker
as Cathy
Seth MacFarlane
as Pencil Sharpener
Kevin Cooney
as Justice of the Peace
Billie Lourd
as Fiona
T.F. Sullivan
as Thomas
Nathan Anderson
as Andrew
Jill Basey
as Margot
Karen Bankhead
as Burnadean
Laura Kightlinger
as Nurse Sheila
John Balma
as Waiter
Tony Amendola
as Priest
Randy Vasquez
as Ron
Dion Anderson
as Harry Zalen
Ryan Armstrong
as Josh
Shiloh Phillips
as Madison
Patton Oswalt
as Danley Walker
Michael Edward Thomas
as Caribbean Houseboy
Louis Giovannetti
as Cop/Officer Bob
Michael Philip
as Imaginary Boyfriend
Erinn Hayes
as Katherine Fallon
Nicola Lambo
as Angela
Aaron Lustig
as Marv
Anna Suzuki
as Anna
Lou Cutell
as Mr. Arthur Pressman
Tim Lucason
as Bartender
Shohreh Aghdashloo
as Pam
Andrea Silvers
as Woman
Jim Hanna
as Wayne
Christian Middelthon
as Man
Jamison Jones
as Phil
Sharon Stone
as Dr. Georgia Keller
Salma Hayek
as Self
Kathryn Joosten
as Felicia
Tony Pasqualini
as Man
Michael Scovotti
as Groom
Jane Lynch
as Roberta
Lee Majors
as Burt Wolfe
Jamie Kaler
as Gary
Derek Basco
as Mipanko
Bruno Campos
as Anton
Gary Grubbs
as Harlin Polk
Jennie Fahn
as Mom #1/Nurse #2
Jennifer Lopez
as Jennifer Lopez
Mitch Silpa
as Maitre D'
Ashley Borden
as Personal Trainer
Lucky Vanous
as EMS Paramedic
Mickey Maxwell
as Doctor
Gigi Goff
as Littlest Girl
Mary Pat Gleason
as Bridget/Sally
Tom Poston
as Norman
Katie O'Rourke
as Erica/Michelle
Tim Herzog
as Bartender
Sydney Pollack
as George Truman
Patrick Dempsey
as Matthew
Butch Klein
as Male Guest
Caroline Fife
as Brenda
Barrett Foa
as Paul
Gregor Manns
as Customer
Sean Hayes
as Jack McFarland
Jet Jurgensmeyer
as Skip
James Black
as Anthony Dukane
Patricia Place
as Myrtle
Kyle Bornheimer
as Lenny/Waiter
Erin Hershey
as Nicole
Matt Bradshaw
as Member of Choir
Adam Ullberg
as Hot Guy/Steve
Erin Fritch
as Young Woman
Cheryl Bricker
as Sheila Slovinski
Matt Crabtree
as Stage Manager
Mitch Kaplan
as Mitchie
Molly Bryant
as Realtor
Sara Gilbert
as Cheryl
Branden Williams
as Scott
Louis E. Rosas
as Halloween Goer
Anthony Ramos
as Tony
Julie Fleischer
as Mom #3
Blythe Matsui
as Flight Attendant
Jennette McCurdy
as Oldest Girl
Mic Thompson
as Dancing Cowboy
Victoria Hoffman
as Waitress
Alan Arkin
as Martin Adler
Darlene Hunt
as Beth
Chris Potter
as Michael
Seemah Wilder
as Lois
Keone Young
as Owner
Yvans Jourdain
as Jon
Christina Moore
as Kitty
Harry Van Gorkum
as Porcelain Paul
Camryn Manheim
as Psychic Sue
Evan O'Toole
as Smitty
Dylan McDermott
as Tom
Lucie Arnaz
as Factory Boss
Robert Towers
as Partner
Anne Meara
as Mrs. Friedman
Edward Padilla
as Priest
Chelsea Handler
as Donna Zimmer
J.T. Larsen
as John
Ivar Brogger
as Mr. Hutt
Eva La Dare
as Dr. Welch
Brandon Routh
as Sebastian
Ellen Idelson
as Will's Secretary, Ellen/Usherette/Will's Secretary - Ellen
Ramone Hamilton
as Jordan
Doug Ballard
as Robert Lilienfield
Blythe Danner
as Marilyn Truman
Allison Smith
as Molly
Steve Hasley
as Carlo/Clerk
Karl T. Wright
as Wayne
Kelli Kirkland
as Mona
Erik Betts
as Dancer #2
Jon Kinnally
as Mitchell
Gene Wilder
as Mr. Stein
Meredith Salenger
as Lucy
Miguel Sagaz
as Bar Patron
Eric Stoltz
as Tom Cassidy
Sydney Berry
as Girl #2
Danielle Weeks
as Morgan
Nicollette Sheridan
as Dr. Danielle Morty
John David Conti
as Man
Patrick Breen
as Mitchell
E.J. Callahan
as Janitor
Justin Thorne
as Boy
Julie Janney
as Woman #3
Paul Gregory
as Wedding Guest
Jan Sheldrick
as Woman #2
Matt Cook
as Ross
Lindsey Fields
as Nurse #1
Steven Christopher Clark
as Stoner Guy
Eddie Pepitone
as Walt
Ever Carradine
as Pam
George Takei
as George Takei
Victor Z. Isaac
as Jason
Helen Geller
as Fiona
Carlie Craig
as Jill
Josh Lucas
as Self
Sara Rue
as Joyce Adler
Robert Romanus
as Lenny
Macaulay Culkin
as Jason 'J.T.' Towne
Steven Shenbaum
as Bob
Barry Manilow
as Self
Athena Kihara
as Girl
Patricia Belcher
as Ellie
Jeff Witzke
as Glenn
Franklin Cover
as Justice of the Peace
Jordan Julian
as Tasha
Hugh Davidson
as Dan
Amari O'Neil
as Felix
Brian A. Setzer
as Benji
Rebecca Lowman
as Pamela
Matthew McCray
as Jasper
Kevin Sizemore
as Patrick
Mary Beth McDonough
as Mom
Ryan Tyler Collier
as Boy
Donna Ponterotto
as Woman
Scott Haven
as Steve Turner
Tiffany Fraser
as Assistant #1
Hira Ambrosino
as Doctor
Joan Collins
as Helena Barnes
Will Hall
as Man
Jimmy Shaw
as Cute Man
Robert Kariakin
as Waiter
Todd Stashwick
as Gabe Robinson
Peter Mackenzie
as Mean Guy
Ryan Pinkston
as Drew
Victoria Van Fleet
as Handmaid
John Cleese
as Lyle Finster
Sabrina Culver
as Pretty Woman
Eileen Brennan
as Zandra
Geena Davis
as Janet Adler
Britney Spears
as Amber-Louise
Maria Thayer
as Lila
Michael Taylor Gray
as Ned
Michael Atlas Lane
as Russell
Michael Morris
as Dancer/Ethan
Gigi Rice
as Heidi Dauro
Lauren Schaffel
as Girl #1
Robert Curtis Brown
as Will Actor
Rachel Quaintance
as Roz/Vicky
Matt Letscher
as James Wise
Reginald VelJohnson
as Dr. Kaplan
Jocelyn Ayanna
as Ceecee
Judy Nazemetz
as Clerk
Nicole Sullivan
as Ruth
Julius Ritter
as Boy #2, Curtis
Scott Kelly Galbreath
as Waiter
Earl Schuman
as Driver/Karen's Driver
Shirley Prestia
as Mrs. Pressman
Shandra Olds-Whitlow
as Girl
Kristin Davis
as Nadine
Dennis Satterfield
as Cook/Nestor
Sharon Osbourne
as Nonny
Joy Osmanski
as Trish Yashida
Rita Bland
as Lesbian Dancer
Tommy Woelfel
as Coat Check Guy
Penn Badgley
as Boy #1, Todd
Tom Everett Scott
as Alex
Gerren Hall
as Metro Passenger
Joseph Will
as Bill
Al Roker
as Al Roker
Kerry Perdue
as Hat Lady
Christopher DeLisle
as Dan
Ben Giroux
as Giggling Man/Grief Panda
Paris Barclay
as Director
Samuel Faraci
as Skip
Yvette Nicole Brown
as Ru
Helen Eigenberg
as Vicky
Paolo Presta
as Mark
Roz Lerner
as Woman in Restaurant
Peter Graham
as Trevor
Gerald Downey
as Clark
Cyndi Martino
as Nurse
John Cantwell
as Drag Queen #3
Ruben Pla
as Estefan's Father
Rip Taylor
as Self
Mark Harelik
as Tim
Daryl Hall
as Self
Irene White
as Nicole
Tom Skerritt
as Dr. Jay Markus
Matthew McConaughey
as Self
Selah Phillips
as Lexington
Clark Gregg
as Cam
Colette Whitaker
as Smart Shower
Christopher Jones
as Dancer
Katarina Demetriades
as Brianna
Charles Berthoud
as Paolo
Scott Icenogle
as Bennet
Connie Shin
as Olivie/Student
Candice Bergen
as Candice Bergen
Dyana Ortelli
as Fernanda
Jessica Lindsey
as Girl Interviewing with Grace
Robert Costanzo
as Paul
Woody Harrelson
as Nathan
Natasha Lyonne
as Gillian
Marjorie Lovett
as Mrs. Glasser
Tia Riebling
as Mute Bride
Christian Zimmerman
as Andrew Kirkland
Brent Sexton
as Guard/Prison Guard
Matt Bomer
as McCoy Whitman
Deborah Levin
as Dana
Skyler Caleb
as Yatzick
Christian S. Anderson
as Man
Shawn Barber
as Edwin
Oliver Muirhead
as Maitre D'
Megan Mullally
as Karen Walker
Kate Albrecht
as Waitress
Chris Herzberger
as Dan
Michael Angarano
as Elliot
Tim Hayward
as Guy
Preston Bradley
as Computer Layout Artist
Hollis W. Chambers
as Chase
John T. Grantham
as Maintenance Guy
Chloë Sevigny
as Monet
Josh Temple
as Mover
Benjamin Steeples
as Shouting Guy
Todd Sherry
as Fillip
Christine Ebersole
as Candy Pruitt
Drew Lipson
as Baseball Player
Glenn Close
as Fannie Lieber
Eric Cazenave
as Clive
Ian Harvie
as Bud
Mackenzie Marsh
as Angela
Earl T. Kim
as Guard
Matthew J. Williamson
as Gene/Salesperson
John Capodice
as Bernie, the Workman
Maria Carmen
as Wedding Party Dancer
Melinda Bennett
as Bartender
Hanni Eid
as Jack's Rastafarian Friend (Birthday)
Kip Ellwood
as Waiter
Andrew Rosenbach
as Barney's Employee/Terry
Fred Sanders
as Jerry
Reed Alexander
as Jordan Truman
Manny Marianakis
as Louis
Michael Stadvec
as Starsky
Jason Landau
as Passenger
Kathleen Marie Archer
as Delivery Woman/UPS Woman
Seth Hampton
as Jack's Friend
Kevin Fabian
as Man
Eugene Elman
as Uncle Winnie
Tom Verica
as Danny
Bob Morrisey
as Man #2
Larry Poindexter
as Dan Fallon
Dean Cameron
as Guy
Steve Schroeder
as Delivery Boy
Landry Allbright
as Nancy
Brad Grunberg
as Ralph
Marcy Goldman
as Judy
Bob Rusch
as Drunk Man
Scott Patterson
as Donald Dorio
Andy Richter
as Dale
Dave Foley
as Stuart Lamarack
James Earl Jones
as Self
Pej Vahdat
as Steve
Reiley McClendon
as Nixon
Terrence Michael
as Drag Queen #2
Persia White
as Katie Palmer-Payne
Michael Douglas
as Detective Gavin Hatch
Keith Biele
as Richard
Cheryl White
as Cheryl Bricker-Fossberg
Henriette Mantel
as Annie
Anthony Meindl
as Cute Guy
Geovanni Gopradi
as Alejandro
Bess Meyer
as Marcy
Jennifer Manley
as Poly
Bruno Amato
as Randy
Devere Rogers
as Owen
Carrie Aizley
as Ivy
Alex Kapp
as Alice Robinson
David Moreland
as Salesman
Beanie Feldstein
as Stella
Chris Penn
as Rudy
Beau Bridges
as Daniel McFarland
Jennifer Aspen
as Sarah
Steve Valentine
as Kai
Burt Goodman
as Design Critic
Jaime Moyer
as Janae
Jeff Jocoy
as Broadway Patron
Stacy Keach
as Wendell Schacter
Bill Idelson
as Ben
Joe Ochman
as Chuck
Andy Buckley
as Hank
Trisha Simmons
as Woman
Dan Warner
as Doug
Ray Porter
as Dad
Karin Co
as Woman #2
Kevin Sateri
as Derek
Lynnette Gaza
as Mrs. Poole
Jessica Dean
as Woman #3
Abe Molinares
as Student
Casey Williams
as Jean
Elando Baltimore
as Male Stripper
Buz Kohan
as Buz
Nicole Forester
as Lucy
Seth Green
as Randall
Iyad Hajjaj
as Machmud
Matt Champagne
as Don
Kenneth Alan Williams
as Steve
Brian Howe
as Ken
Janet Jackson
as Janet Jackson
T.R. Knight
as Dexter Murphy
Steven Koller
as Grace with a Crewcut
Jim Rash
as Brent
Marcia Ann Burrs
as Woman
Jono Kohan
as Maitre D'
Mike Russell
as No Nickname Nester
Loren Freeman
as Kevin
Derek Gaines
as Theodore
Joshua Meltzer
as Medical Examiner
Brian Gattas
as Waiter
Dustin Harris
as Brad
Andrea Martin
as Zusanna
Richard Livingston
as Bartender
Alison Martin
as Gabby
Cher
as Cher
Megyn Price
as Claire
Jovial Kemp
as Piano Mover
Brett Weir
as Uncle Joe
Shelley Morrison
as Rosario Salazar
Will Arnett
as Artemus Johnson
Emil Beheshti
as Mike
Charles C. Stevenson Jr.
as Smitty
Vanessa Bayer
as Friday/Amy
John P. Connolly
as Gardener
Sharon Sachs
as Debbie
Eddie Matos
as Congressman Steve Sandoval
Rebecca Corry
as Pam
Stuart Townsend
as Edward - Pastry Chef
Julia Anna Barrios
as Goth Girl
Chuck Roy
as Popcorn Vendor
Jett Wilder
as Mary
Neil Patrick Harris
as Bill
LaMonica Peters
as Security Agent
Ken Lerner
as Bob
Eric Allan Kramer
as Barry
Antonio D. Charity
as Male Officer
Geoff Wingham
as Crowd Onlooker
Sonya Theriault
as Pretty Girl
Phil Levesque
as Delivery Man
Steven Shaw
as Judge
Charlie Bodin
as Singing Waiter
Richard Dorton
as Dancer
Chris Redd
as Alvin
Rose Abdoo
as Aunt Rita
Luciano Giancarlo
as Byron

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1998 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

1999 | 24 Episodes

Season 3

2000 | 25 Episodes

Season 4

2001 | 27 Episodes

Season 5

2002 | 24 Episodes

Season 6

2003 | 24 Episodes

Season 7

2004 | 24 Episodes

Season 8

2005 | 24 Episodes

Season 9

2017 | 16 Episodes

Season 10

2018 | 18 Episodes

Season 11

2019 | 18 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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American Comedy Awards, USA 1999

Nominee

American Comedy Awards, USA

Funniest Television Series

Nominee

American Comedy Awards, USA

Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a TV Series

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1999

Winner

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

Top TV Series

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