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Main Cast Reviews  Tracey Ullman, Dan Castellaneta, Sam McMurray Categories  Comedy | Musical Duration  1987 - 1990 7.3

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This sketch show is hosted by Tracey Ullman. The show contains sketches and musical numbers with some dance. Interestingly it also aired the first episodes of the now super popular "The Simpsons". I guess Tracey Ullman was ahead of her time in providing awesome entertainment.

Cast:
Tracey Ullman as Various Characters / ... 71 episodes 1987-1990,
Dan Castellaneta as Homer Simpson / ... 71 episodes 1987-1990,
Sam McMurray as Various / ... 64 episodes 1987-1990,
Joseph Malone as Various Characters / ... 60 episodes 1987-1990,

More Cast (177) ...
Julie Kavner as Various Characters / ... 46 episodes 1987-1990,
Nancy Cartwright as Bart Simpson 31 episodes 1987-1989,
Yeardley Smith as Lisa Simpson 31 episodes 1987-1989,
Anna Thomson as Various Characters / ... 15 episodes 1988-1989,
J. Alan Thomas as Bartender / ... 11 episodes 1987-1989,
Smith Wordes as Dancer 9 episodes 1990,
Julie Payne as Dr. N!Godatu 6 episodes 1987,
Nicholas Rutherford as Max 5 episodes 1987-1989,
John William Young as Jonathan / ... 5 episodes 1987-1989,
Doris Grau as Doris Grau / ... 5 episodes 1987-1989,
Tom Dugan as Club Caribe Man & Cliff / ... 4 episodes 1987,
Wendy L. Davies as Waitress / ... 4 episodes 1988,
Joe Turano as Piano player / ... 4 episodes 1989,
Nancy Lenehan as Courtney's Mom / ... 3 episodes 1987-1989,
Rose Banks as Acappella singer / ... 3 episodes 1987-1989,
Mitchell Lester as Dreambuster / ... 3 episodes 1987,
Joey Miyashima as Audience member / ... 3 episodes 1988,
Isabella Rossellini as Mae / ... 3 episodes 1989-1990,
Anne De Salvo as Psychiatric Patient / ... 3 episodes 1989,
Miriam Flynn as Jill / ... 2 episodes 1988-1989,
Mike Starr as Guard / ... 2 episodes 1988,
Debi A. Monahan as Cindy #2 / ... 2 episodes 1987-1990,
James Keane as Alan / ... 2 episodes 1987-1989,
Alfie Silas as Acappella singer / ... 2 episodes 1987-1989,
Wendy Davies as Miss Krupps / ... 2 episodes 1987-1989,
Judith Barsi as Karen / ... 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Gary Hudson as Burke / ... 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Harvey Miller as Fuzzy Bear / ... 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Jim Piddock as Derrick 2 episodes 1987,
Sam Scarber as Jack / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Deb Lacusta as Louise / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Dennis Bailey as Painter / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Valery Pappas as Charlotte / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Jane Hoffman as Gwen / ... 2 episodes 1988-1990,
Harold Sylvester as David Black / ... 2 episodes 1988-1989,
Jerald Vincent as Jim / ... 2 episodes 1988-1989,
Heather Ehlers as Fiona / ... 2 episodes 1988,
Art Vasil as Audience member / ... 2 episodes 1988,
Martin Short as Doc the Elvis Presley Freak / ... 2 episodes 1989-1990,
Robert Costanzo as Big Tony Manetti 2 episodes 1989-1990,
Ria Pavia as Pamela Tillman 2 episodes 1989-1990,
Tim Curry as Ian Miles 2 episodes 1989,
Jake Steinfeld as Conductor / ... 2 episodes 1989,
Murphy Cross as Italian townswoman / ... 2 episodes 1989,
Romy Rosemont as Miss Hibbert / ... 2 episodes 1990,
Jessica Player as 1987 Susan 1 episode 1987,
Jacob Vargas as Taco Place Manager 1 episode 1987,
Jeff Thomas as Various roles 1 episode 1989,
Nancy Hammond as Susie 1 episode 1989,
Steve Martin as Rusty DeClure 1 episode 1987,
Matthew Perry as Craig 1 episode 1987,
Michael Cerveris as 1 episode 1987,
Stuart Margolin as Lou 1 episode 1987,
Cheech Marin as Azai Convenience Store Owner 1 episode 1987,
Michael DeLorenzo as Painter / ... 1 episode 1987,
Jane Carr as Helen Haversham 1 episode 1987,
Barry Pearl as Club manager 1 episode 1987,
David Knell as Sidney Radio Station Assistant 1 episode 1987,
John Snyder as Ray 1 episode 1987,
Edan Gross as David Havershim 1 episode 1987,
Hinton Battle as Jerry 1 episode 1987,
Terri Hanauer as The fan 1 episode 1987,
Craig Richard Nelson as The director 1 episode 1987,
Tony Fields as Gore 1 episode 1987,
Adam Carl as Martin 1 episode 1987,
Maureen McGovern as Mother 1 episode 1987,
Tim Ryan as Eric 1 episode 1987,
Virginia Baker as Cooper 1 episode 1987,
Ingrid Oliu as Teresa 1 episode 1987,
Ray Oriel as Ramon 1 episode 1987,
Kenneth Danziger as Warburton 1 episode 1987,
Pippa Pearthree as The Hairdresser 1 episode 1987,
Susan Berman as Rula 1 episode 1987,
Liz Georges as Maggie Simpson 1 episode 1987,
Gregory Snegoff as Tomas 1 episode 1987,
C.E. Grimes as Peter 1 episode 1987,
Tony Snegoff as The Werewolf 1 episode 1987,
Daniel Rosen as Self 1 episode 1987,
Melanie Manos as Debbie 1 episode 1987,
Colin Drake as Mr. Cooper 1 episode 1987,
Christine Kellogg as Girlfriend 1 episode 1987,
Cheryl Felicia Rhoads as Anne Marie 1 episode 1987,
Jack Jozefson as Prisoner 1 episode 1987,
Mitch Brown as Salesman 1 episode 1987,
David Coury as Stan 1 episode 1987,
Chris Solari as Jack 1 episode 1987,
Dian Kobayashi as Chutney's Mom 1 episode 1987,
Bill McIntyre as Mr. Delaney 1 episode 1987,
Jamey Turner as Self 1 episode 1987,
Annie Barker as 1 episode 1987,
Mitch Margo as The Tokens 1 episode 1987,
Caroline Gilshian as Sherry 1 episode 1987,
Alison Tucker as Rebecca 1 episode 1987,
Dennis Marcellino as The Tokens 1 episode 1987,
Elise Levy as Chutney 1 episode 1987,
Norman Bergen as The Tokens 1 episode 1987,
Phil Margo as The Tokens 1 episode 1987,
Jennifer Puscus as Courtney 1 episode 1987,
Jeffrey Essmann as Mr. Marsh 1 episode 1987,
Amy Hill as Jeannie 1 episode 1987,
Daniel Leslie as The crewmember 1 episode 1987,
Kellie Martin as Harmony 1 episode 1988,
Brigid Brannagh as Andrea 1 episode 1988,
Cesar Romero as Roland Diego 1 episode 1988,
Ken Foree as Prison Warden 1 episode 1988,
Julie Condra as Kim Tillman 1 episode 1988,
William Hickey as Claude 1 episode 1988,
Jo Ann Harris as Audience member 1 episode 1988,
Nobu McCarthy as Tojona the groupie 1 episode 1988,
Matt Groening as Matt Groening 1 episode 1988,
Professor Toru Tanaka as Sumo Wrestler 1 episode 1988,
George Clinton as Self 1 episode 1988,
Jason Marin as Billy 1 episode 1988,
Kimiko Gelman as Sydney 1 episode 1988,
Christian Jacobs as Jerome 1 episode 1988,
Alyson Croft as Andria 1 episode 1988,
Christian Hoff as Troy 1 episode 1988,
Jim Ishida as Sonny 1 episode 1988,
Starr Danias as Kristina prima ballerina 1 episode 1988,
Jerry Tondo as Stage manager 1 episode 1988,
Jason Naylor as Scott 1 episode 1988,
Sharon Madden as Miriam 1 episode 1988,
Frank Patterson as Room Service Waiter 1 episode 1988,
Marc Flanagan as Dr. Richards 1 episode 1988,
Brent Lee as Elvis Presley impersonator 1 episode 1988,
Paul Thorpe as Sal 1 episode 1988,
Cari M. Pike as Audience member 1 episode 1988,
Chris Oswald as Biker 1 episode 1988,
Keanu Reeves as Jesse Walker 1 episode 1989,
Steven Spielberg as Steven Spielberg 1 episode 1989,
Fran Drescher as Sales Assistant 1 episode 1989,
Andrea Martin as Therapy Patient 1 episode 1989,
Marilu Henner as Pregnant Woman Overdue #3 1 episode 1989,
Paula Abdul as Self 1 episode 1989,
Angela Goethals as Terry 1 episode 1989,
Betty Thomas as Gym teacher 1 episode 1989,
George Coe as Reverend Graylin 1 episode 1989,
Juliet Sorci as Missy 1 episode 1989,
Karen M. Waldron as Colett 1 episode 1989,
Carole King as Joan Shopaholics Anonymous Member 1 episode 1989,
Michael Tucker as Jo-Jo's Father 1 episode 1989,
Michael McManus as Drunk 1 episode 1989,
Paul Greco as Raggedy Man 1 episode 1989,
Ron Taylor as Stagehand 1 episode 1989,
Billy Preston as Self 1 episode 1989,
Clarence Clemons as Self 1 episode 1989,
Sybil Azur as Andrea 1 episode 1989,
Sharon Owens as Dancer #17 1 episode 1989,
Derryl Yeager as Jumper #2 1 episode 1989,
Janeen Rae Heller as Pat 1 episode 1989,
Bobby Walker as Jumper #1 1 episode 1989,
Mel Brooks as Buzz Schlanger 1 episode 1990,
Bill Pullman as Sheldon Moss 1 episode 1990,
Kelsey Grammer as Mr. Brenna 1 episode 1990,
Glenn Close as Self 1 episode 1990,
John Ashton as Jimmy neighborly doorman 1 episode 1990,
Vanessa Bell Calloway as Cindy #4 1 episode 1990,
Len Lesser as Buddy #1 1 episode 1990,
Philip Perlman as Logan 1 episode 1990,
E.E. Bell as Mr. Fulton 1 episode 1990,
John Mese as Golf Pro 1 episode 1990,
Paul Ganus as Bartender 1 episode 1990,
Brent David Fraser as Jimmy 1 episode 1990,
Murray Rubin as Buddy #2 1 episode 1990,
Jennifer Convy as Cindy #1 1 episode 1990,
Ken Daly as Ramon 1 episode 1990,
Dorothy Patterson as Trudy 1 episode 1990,
Carl Mueller as John 1 episode 1990,
Lisa-Maria Radano as Jimmy's wife 1 episode 1990,
Julie Silliman as Woman at table 1 episode 1990,
Steven Q. Cooper as Pete 1 episode 1990,
Nancy Saenz as Cindy #3 1 episode 1990,
Thurl Ravenscroft as Dogs (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
Deborah Ludwig Davis as Singer (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
Reggie Luck as Bar Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
Maggie Roswell as Penny (uncredited) 1 episode 1989


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