Best known to me as Larry from Newhart. I also know him from Blade Runner; and Bar Karma; and a bit of voice work. Oh, also I have long had this crazy theory that he's an immortal, and could probably explain the truth about the disappearance of the Roanoke Colony....
I know him from Saturday Night Live, and Happy Gilmore, and The Wedding Singer, and Punch Drunk Love, and The Waterboy, and Little Nicky, and Just Go With It. And he appeared as himself in an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. And he did voice work in Hotel Transylvania. Oh, and I have several of his CDs.
Best remembered for The Wonder Years, but there's also Working, and The Wizard, and The Princess Bride, and Austin Powers in Goldmember. And hey, IMDb just reminded me of the existence of Crumbs. I could have easily gone the rest of my life without ever thinking of that show again. And after writing this, I probably will. Anyway, he's also done some voice work (including Noah in Generator Rex, ftw? I never woulda guessed that).
He played Howling Mad Murdock, my favorite character on The A-Team. I also really liked him as Barclay in several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Also there was a radio production of War of the Worlds. I've probably seen him in some guest roles that I don't remember, and he's done some voice work.
I know him from the Terminator movies; and Total Recall; True Lies; and Last Action Hero; and Jingle All the Way; and Batman & Robin (though he is so not who I would have picked to play Mr. Freeze); and Around the World in 80 Days; and a small role in The Expendables.
I know him best from Newhart; but there was also Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show; and Camp Nowhere; and The Ultimate Christmas Present; and a recurring role on Gotham. And probably some other stuff I don't really remember.
I know him from Freaks & Geeks, and How I Met Your Mother, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and The Muppets, and he voiced Vector in Despicable Me.
I know him from Beetlejuice, and an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and a small role in Heathers. And he did voice work in The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Teen Titans, etc.
First and foremost, he is Kirk, from Star Trek. There's also Boston Legal; and Invasion Iowa; and a couple eps of The Twilight Zone (including "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," which is one of the more memorable episodes of the entire series); and he played Juliet's dad in a couple episodes of Psych. Also voice work in an ep of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Oh, and of course he's done plenty of commercials (most notably for Priceline). And there's his (in)famous rendition of "Rocket Man," which is truly incredible. And I also enjoyed his rendition of "Common People." Anyway, no doubt I've seen him in other stuff, I dunno...
A couple eps of Firefly, several eps of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica, a few eps of Dollhouse, a few eps of Warehouse 13, a bunch of episodes of Supernatural, possibly some other stuff, I don't really remember.
I know him from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; and Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and a few eps of Brooklyn Bridge; an episode of Castle; an episode of Timeless; and the radio drama Invasion from Mars; and doubtless I've seen him in some other stuff. Also a bit of voice work.
I know him from SCTV; and Three Amigos; and Mars Attacks!; and Jungle 2 Jungle; the miniseries Merlin; the 1999 TV movie Alice in Wonderland; and Munford; and Get Over It; and Maya & Marty; and an ep of Modern Family; and Hairspray Live; and various voice work, and probably some other stuff I don't remember...
I mainly think of him as the guy from the Farmers commercials, but I also know him for the Spider-Man movies, The Cider House Rules, Juno, New in Town, a small role in Post Grad, Jennifer's Body, What Lives Inside, and some voice work. And I'm sure I've seen him in things from which I don't remember him.
He was pretty cool in Heathers, and Pump Up the Volume, and Breaking In. Decent in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and The Wizard, and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Okay in Interview with the Vampire. And he voiced Pips in FernGully: The Last Rainforest. And I'm sure I've seen him in some other things that I don't remember as well. Um... and of course he's famous for talking like Jack Nicholson. (My alter ego Captain Grey would probably tell you he's literally a clone of Nicholson.) But that's a good thing.
I mainly know him from That '70s Show, but the first thing I clearly remember him from is Big Wave Dave's. There's also season 2 of Agent Carter, and voice work on The Zeta Project, etc. And I've undoubtedly seen him in various other things that I've forgotten.
The main things, of course, are Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Andromeda. But also a number of guest roles on various shows, including Dharma & Greg, The O.C., and The Middleman. Maybe some other stuff, I dunno...
I mainly know him as Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation, of course. But there's some other stuff, like Independence Day, and Threshold, and a few eps of Enterprise, and a bit of Warehouse 13. And the radio remake of War of the Worlds. Probably a few other little guest roles or whatever.
I know him from Full House; and a few eps of Glee; and a couple eps of Galavant; maybe a couple eps of Grandfathered; and season 2 of Scream Queens.
I know him from Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and The Mask, and Win Ben Stein's Money, and a small role in My Girl 2. Also he's done some voice work, including a small role in Wakko's Wish. And he was in a bunch of Clear Eyes commercials. Probably some other stuff I don't really remember.
I know him from 3rd Rock From the Sun; and Clockstoppers; and an episode of Pushing Daisies; and an episode of Psych; and a TV movie called Murder at the Cannes Film Festival; and an episode of Trial & Error; and some voice work.
Of course I mainly know him as Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. And there are the X-Men movies; and Mysterious Island; and A Christmas Carol; and The Canterville Ghost; and I vaguely recall him in I, Claudius; and I remember him hosting Saturday Night Live one time; and there's Richard II; and Green Room. And some voice work.
I know him from Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and Gilmore Girls; and Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th; and a very small role in Pleasantville; and Sydney White. He's also a screenwriter on various things, as well as co-creator of Empire.
I mainly know him from Poirot; but there's also Harry and the Hendersons; and Richard II; and possibly other things.
I think the first thing I saw him in was Boy Meets World. There's also Mallrats and Chasing Amy and The Butterfly Effect. And I must've seen him in some other things that I don't remember seeing him in.
I know him from Dirty Dancing; and Ghost; and Donnie Darko; and probably some things I've forgotten. (I think I saw Road House once, but I don't remember anything about it, and have no plans to ever rewatch it.)
Of course I mainly know him from Star Trek, but there were also several episodes of Heroes; a few eps of The Neighbors; an ep of Fresh off the Boat; as well as guest appearances as himself in various things. And he posts lots of cool memes on facebook. And he's done a bunch of voice work.
There was The Larry Sanders Show, and Max Headroom, the Hellboy movies, Arrested Development, the very short-lived sitcom Bent, an episode of Psych, and some voice work.
Thornton, Billy Bob
First thing I remember him from is Hearts Afire, though I may have seen him in stuff before that. I also know him from Bad Santa, and The Ice Harvest. And he voiced Jigo in Princess Mononoke.
Of course, there were the Back to the Future movies. Also, The Hat Squad, which I wish I remembered better than I do. And Little Spies. And Top Gun. And probably some other stuff...
I know him from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and Mr. Sunshine, and Weird Loners, and an episode of Supernatural, and maybe some things I've forgotten.
I know him from Carrie, and Grease, and Welcome Back, Kotter, and a couple of Look Who's Talking movies, and Pulp Fiction, and Hairspray, and he voiced the title character in Bolt.
Best known as Mini-Me in a couple of Austin Powers movies, though he's had better roles. There was a recurring part on Jack of All Trades, and a TV movie called Karroll's Christmas, and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.
I know him best from Firefly and its spin-off movie Serenity. But there's also A Knight's Tale; an episode of Arrested Development; a few eps of Dollhouse; V (the reimagined series); Suburgatory; and a small role in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter; and Powerless. And some voice work.
He was good in Keen Eddie. Didn't much care for the way he was used in Boston Legal, but he had his moments. He was decent in Human Target. And there was Crisis. I may have seen some other stuff I don't really remember. Though there was at least one episode of Fringe, but I stopped watching that too early to see much of his work in it.
I know him from Gilmore Girls, and Heroes, and American Dreams, and Cursed, and a recurring role on Gotham, and The Whispers.
No doubt I saw him in various things before this, but the first thing I really remember him from is the TV series State of Grace. And no doubt I've seen him in various things since then, but the main one I remember is American Dreams. And there were a couple eps of The 4400.
Let's see. There's The Dead Zone, Batman Returns, Pulp Fiction, Sleepy Hollow, Man on Fire, Hairspray, Peter Pan Live!, and I feel like I should've seen him in other stuff. Um, he guest hosted Saturday Night Live a few times maybe. And there was the music video for Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice." And an ad for Kia Optima. And... you know, there's just the sort of general concept of "Christopher Walken"... I mean, in some ways he's not so much a person as an idea, you know what I mean? Whatever....
I know him from Time Bandits; and Tron; and Star Trek VI; and A Christmas Carol; and Titanic; and Wing Commander; and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II; and some voice work. I've probably seen him in some other stuff... though I think I sometimes confuse him with Alan Rickman...
I know him from a relatively minor role in Batman Begins; and from The Last Samurai; and Memoirs of a Geisha; and Inception; and Cirque du Freak.
There's the Matrix trilogy, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, V for Vendetta, Captain America: The First Avenger, he voiced Megatron in the Transformers movies, and a couple of voices in Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. And I've probably seen him in some other stuff.
Best known to me for Wings, but there's also Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, the miniseries The Shining, the short-lived series The D.A., the TV movie Reefer Madness, an episode of Monk, the TV movie Grow Up, Timmy Turner!, a few eps of Falling Skies, an episode of Sleepy Hollow (as Thomas Jefferson's hologram), a couple eps of iZombie, and probably some other things...
Weiss, Michael T.
Know him best from The Pretender. But there's also some voice work.
I know him from Batman; and Danger Theatre; and Monster Island; and an episode of Powerless; and probably numerous guest appearances as himself on various shows; and some voice work.
I know him from Adventures in Babysitting, and Bicentennial Man, and Little Manhattan, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and The Good Guys, and The Cabin in the Woods, an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and I watched at least one ep of Trophy Wife.
I know him from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory; and Young Frankenstein; and Blazing Saddles. And I think that's about it, but I should probably see more of his work.
There were the Die Hard movies; and Moonlighting; and The Bonfire of the Vanities; and Hudson Hawk; and Pulp Fiction; and 12 Monkeys; and The Fifth Element; and The Sixth Sense; and Unbreakable; and Sin City; and Grindhouse; and Moonrise Kingdom; and RED; and small roles in Nancy Drew; and The Expendables; and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle; and voice work in the Look Who's Talking movies; and... maybe some other stuff.
I know him from The Journey of Natty Gann, and Reaper, and a couple eps of Psych, an episode of Dollhouse, an episode of Castle, several eps of How I Met Your Mother, an episode of Deadbeat, Good Night, and Good Luck, a small role in X-Men: First Class, a recurring role on Fresh off the Boat, season two of Agent Carter, and Jeepers Creepers II, and I've probably seen him in some other stuff...
He had a very small role in Back to the Future Part II. And I probably saw Radio Flyer at some point, but I don't remember anything about it. Same with The Ice Storm. Of course I know him best from the Lord of the Rings movies. There was also Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and Everything Is Illuminated, and I saw maybe the first couple episodes of Wilfred. He also did voice work in 9, and Tome of the Unknown/Over the Garden Wall. And I've probably seen him in other things that I've forgotten.
I know him from Special Unit 2; and a recurring role on Seinfeld; and Watchmen (+ Under the Hood); and Mirror Mirror; and I'm sure I've seen him guest on various shows and in some commercials and stuff...
Mainly know him from The Equalizer, which was really cool. And there was A Christmas Carol, and Over My Dead Body, and an episode of Crusade.
Mainly know him from ALF. There's also A Midsummer Night's Dream, and I'm certain I've seen him in other stuff I don't really recall.
I know him from Mary Poppins; and Babes in Toyland; and The Gnome-Mobile; and a couple eps of The Twilight Zone; and he voiced the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland. And he's done other stuff I should see someday.