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    • Pee-wee Herman

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    • Monty Python characters

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    • British comedy puppets

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    • 2000 Year Old Man

    • The 2000 Year Old Man is a persona in a comedy skit, originally created by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner in 1961. Mel Brooks played the oldest man in the world, interviewed by Carl Reiner in a series of comedy routines that appeared on television, as well as being made into a collection of records. In a Yiddish accent, B ... Read »


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    • List of Adrian Mole characters

    • The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole is a British series of books written by Sue Townsend which focus on the life of Adrian Mole, one of life's losers, and his exploits and opinions of both the world's and social situations in the county of Leicestershire. The series begins when Mole is a thirteen-year-old delinquent and en ... Read »


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    • Madge Allsop

    • Madge Allsop (born Marjorie Kiri McWhirter) is a fictitious character invented by satirist Barry Humphries as the long-time companion (and former bridesmaid) of his most popular and enduring character, Dame Edna Everage. First mentioned in Edna's monologues in the 1960s, Madge was subsequently depicted on stage, TV and ... Read »


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    • The Ambiguously Gay Duo

    • The Ambiguously Gay Duo

      ABC (1996) The Ambiguously Gay Duo is an American animated comedy sketch that debuted on The Dana Carvey Show before moving to its permanent home on Saturday Night Live. It is created and produced by Robert Smigel and J. J. Sedelmaier as part of the Saturday TV Funhouse series of sketches. It follows the adventures of ... Read »


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    • Annoying Actor Friend

    • Annoying Actor Friend (established July 13, 2012) is a satirical Internet personality, created to make cultural commentary on the Broadway theatre industry. For over three years, Annoying Actor Friend operated anonymously, and on December 9, 2015, its identity was revealed as writer, Andrew Briedis. Annoying Actor Fri ... Read »


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    • Arkwright (Open All Hours)

    • Arkwright (Open All Hours)

      Albert E. Arkwright, usually referred to simply as Arkwright and occasionally as 'Uncle' by his nephew, Granville, was a character in the British sitcom, Open All Hours, played by Ronnie Barker. Arkwright is the proprietor of an old fashioned Yorkshire corner shop, which in the era of the programme (1970s and 1980s) wa ... Read »


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    • Bardolph (Shakespeare character)

    • Bardolph (Shakespeare character)

      Bardolph is a fictional character who appears in four plays by William Shakespeare. He is a thief who forms part of the entourage of Sir John Falstaff. His grossly inflamed nose and constantly flushed, carbuncle-covered face is a repeated subject for Falstaff's and Prince Hal's comic insults and word-play. Though his r ... Read »


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    • Baron Ambrosia

    • Baron Ambrosia

      Baron Ambrosia is the alter ego of Bronx-based underground filmmaker Justin Fornal. The character is a self-proclaimed "quaffer of culinary consciousness" and travels around New York City, mostly in The Bronx, documenting various ethnic cultures and their indigenous cuisines, represented typically by the small food est ... Read »


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    • Characters of Porridge (TV series)

    • Mr. Barrowclough is a prison warder, portrayed by Brian Wilde. Unlike Mr Mackay, whose harsh and confrontational methods he disapproves of (though he dare not make this known to Mr Mackay), Barrowclough is a timid, sympathetic man who firmly believes that the role of prison is to rehabilitate rather than punish. M ... Read »


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    • Big Johnson

    • Big Johnson is a brand that is marketed by Maryland Brand Management, Inc. (MBM), known for its T-shirts featuring E. Normus Johnson depicted in comic art featuring sexual innuendos. MBM is the successor company to Maryland Screen Printers Inc. (MSP) and G & C Sales, Inc. At the height of Big Johnson's success in the 1 ... Read »


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    • Blizzard Man

    • Blizzard Man is a skit by Andy Samberg on American television program on Saturday Night Live. The skit prominently features Samberg as the title character, who is brought in recording studios to assist musicians with an in-progress song, only for them to find that his musical ability is limited to a cheesy parody of se ... Read »


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    • Mr Blobby

    • Mr Blobby

      Mr Blobby is a character featured on Noel Edmonds' Saturday night variety BBC television show Noel's House Party, portrayed by Barry Killerby, and was the brainchild of British comedy writer Charlie Adams, a writer for the show. A bulbous pink figure covered with yellow spots, he has a permanent toothy grin and jigglin ... Read »


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    • Rodolfo Chikilicuatre

    • Rodolfo Chikilicuatre

      Rodolfo Chikilicuatre (Spanish pronunciation: [roˈðolfo tʃikiliˈkwatɾe]; born 1972); is a Spanish comedic character played by David Fernández Ortiz (born 24 June 1970) and first introduced in the Spanish late night show Buenafuente as an improvisational act. Rodolfo was interviewed as the inventor ... Read »


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    • The Church Lady

    • The Church Lady

      Enid Strict, better known as The Church Lady, was a recurring character in a series of sketches on the American television show Saturday Night Live from 1986 to 1990, with later appearances in 1996, 2000, 2011, and 2016. She also appeared on The Dana Carvey Show in March 1996, reading a Top Ten List, "New Titles for Pr ... Read »


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    • Kay Clark

    • Kay Clark

      For the sport shooter, see Kay Clark-Miculek Kay Clark is a fictional character created and portrayed by actress-comedian Tracey Ullman. She is the longest character Ullman has ever portrayed, spanning over four decades and three television series. The character was born out of a sketch for a guest appearance on the B ... Read »


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    • Tony Clifton

    • Tony Clifton is a character created by late comedian Andy Kaufman who also portrayed Clifton in the late 1970s. Characteristic of the many elaborate hoaxes and practical jokes Kaufman concocted, Clifton was not exclusively portrayed by Kaufman. Others, mainly longtime Kaufman friend Bob Zmuda, also performed the role. ... Read »


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    • Stephen Colbert (character)

    • Stephen Colbert (character)

      Dr. Stephen T. Colbert D.F.A. is the fictionalized persona of political satirist Stephen Colbert, as portrayed on the Comedy Central series The Colbert Report. Described as a "well-intentioned, poorly informed high-status idiot" and a "self-important right-wing commentator", the character incorporates aspects of the re ... Read »


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    • Buddy Cole (character)

    • Charles Budderick "Buddy" Cole is a fictional character created and portrayed by Canadian actor-comedian Scott Thompson. He is an effeminate, gay socialite, made famous on The Kids in the Hall, a popular Canadian sketch comedy series and troupe of the same name. The character also had a recurring role in The Colbert Re ... Read »


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    • Conan the Librarian

    • Conan the Librarian is a common and perennial parody of Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian that has become a literary trope, and has appeared in various media, including film, radio, television, comics, and fan fiction. Based on the similarity in the sound of the word "librarian" to "barbarian," and their near oppo ... Read »


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    • Lauren Cooper

    • Dame Lauren Alesha Masheka Tanesha Felicia Jane Cooper is a fictional character in The Catherine Tate Show. Lauren is one of the show's main characters and is played by Catherine Tate. The character is "killed off" in the 2007 Christmas Special which aired on 25 December. Lauren is a 15-year-old schoolgirl with a surl ... Read »


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    • Otis Lee Crenshaw

    • Otis Lee Crenshaw

      Richard Travis "Rich" Hall (born 10 June 1954) is an American comedian, writer, and musician, first coming to prominence as a sketch comedian in the 1980s. He wrote and performed for a range of American networks, in series such as Fridays, Not Necessarily the News (popularising the "sniglet" neologism), and Saturday Ni ... Read »


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    • Tom Dale

    • For the American Mayor with the same name see Nampa, Idaho Tom Dale is a fictional bingo caller created and played by Peter Kay. He appears in the 'Eyes Down' episode of That Peter Kay Thing. Originally from Liverpool, Tom Dale works at the Apollo bingo hall in Bolton as the main caller. He titles himself "The King o ... Read »


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    • Derek and Clive

    • Derek and Clive was a double act of comedic characters created by Dudley Moore (Derek) and Peter Cook (Clive) in the 1970s. The performances were captured on the records Derek and Clive (Live) (1976), Derek and Clive Come Again (1977), and Derek and Clive Ad Nauseam (1978), as well as in a film documentary, Derek and C ... Read »


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    • Derek Pander

    • Derek Pander is a fictional, internet-based, comedy character who presents a series of television programmes on the imaginary UK cable television channel, UK Anguish. He is a loose parody of real-life daytime chat show hosts such as ITV's Jeremy Kyle or the US's Jerry Springer. Derek Pander was originally conceived in ... Read »


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    • Double act

    • A double act, also known as a comedy duo, is a comic pairing in which humor is derived from the uneven relationship between two partners, usually of the same gender, age, ethnic origin and profession but drastically different in terms of personality or behavior. Often one of the members of the duo—the straight man ... Read »


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    • Debbie Downer

    • Debbie Downer

      Debbie Downer is a name of a fictional Saturday Night Live character who debuted in 2004, and who was portrayed by Rachel Dratch. The character's name, , is a slang phrase which refers to someone who frequently adds bad news and negative feelings to a gathering, thus bringing down the mood of everyone around them. Dra ... Read »


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    • Dustin the Turkey

    • Dustin the Turkey

      Dustin the Turkey, a puppet character performed by John Morrison, is a former star of RTÉ television's The Den between 1989 and its cancellation in 2010. He has been described as "the most subversive comedy force on Irish television." A turkey with a strong Dublin accent, Dustin first appeared on The Den with Zig a ... Read »


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    • E. L. Wisty

    • E. L. Wisty was a fictional character created and played by the comedian Peter Cook on and off throughout his career. A bland, monotonal know-it-all, Wisty usually appeared in monologues, or in two-handed sketches in which he bores the other person. According to British comedy scholar Roger Wilmut, "The striking thing ... Read »


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    • Effie Stephanidis

    • Effie Stephanidis, better known as just "Effie", is an outrageous comedic character played by Australian actress Mary Coustas. Coustas depicts a stereotypical second-generation Greek Australian. The character originated in the popular Seven network comedy program Acropolis Now, which ran from 1989 to 1992. Since t ... Read »


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    • Entoman

    • Entoman is a fictional character created by David Füleki. He is an anthropomorphic duck with superhuman powers who has major or minor roles in many comic books. According to his creator Entoman is the incarnation of Siegmund Freud's id which means that he does everything he wants without being bound by his cons ... Read »


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    • Dame Edna Everage

    • Dame Edna Everage

      Dame Edna Everage is a character created and performed by Australian comedian Barry Humphries, famous for her lilac-coloured or "wisteria hue" hair and cat eye glasses or "face furniture", her favourite flower, the gladiolus ("gladdies") and her boisterous greeting: "Hello, Possums!" As Dame Edna, Humphries has written ... Read »


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    • Falstaff

    • Falstaff

      Sir John Falstaff is a fictional character who appears in three plays by William Shakespeare. In the plays Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2, he is a companion to Prince Hal, the future King Henry V. In The Merry Wives of Windsor, he is the buffoonish suitor of two married women. Though primarily a comic figure, Falstaff st ... Read »


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    • Vic Ferrari

    • Vic Ferrari

      Latka Gravas is a fictional character on the television sitcom Taxi portrayed by Andy Kaufman. A sweet-natured and lovable-but-goofy mechanic, Latka was based on a character Kaufman created known as Foreign Man. In 1977, the producers of Taxi saw Kaufman's Foreign Man act at The Comedy Store. They had already created ... Read »


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    • Matt Foley

    • Matt Foley

      Matt Foley is a fictional character from the sketch comedy program Saturday Night Live performed by Chris Farley. Foley is a motivational speaker who exhibits characteristics that someone in that position would not typically have: whereas motivational speakers are typically successful and charismatic, Foley is abrasive ... Read »


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    • Forbush Man

    • Forbush Man (spelled Forbush-Man in his early appearances), is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Originally the mascot of Marvel's Not Brand Echh, he is the alter-ego of Irving Forbush, a fictional employee of "Marble Comics" (a parody of Marvel). Forbush was dreamed up ... Read »


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    • Foreign Man

    • Foreign Man

      Latka Gravas is a fictional character on the television sitcom Taxi portrayed by Andy Kaufman. A sweet-natured and lovable-but-goofy mechanic, Latka was based on a character Kaufman created known as Foreign Man. In 1977, the producers of Taxi saw Kaufman's Foreign Man act at The Comedy Store. They had already created ... Read »


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    • Ali G

    • Ali G

      Alistair Leslie Graham better known as Ali G is a satirical fictional character created and performed by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. Originally appearing on Channel 4's The 11 O'Clock Show, and subsequently as the title character of Channel 4's Da Ali G Show in 2000 and on HBO in 2003–2004, he is also the ... Read »


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    • Mary Katherine Gallagher

    • Mary Katherine Gallagher is a fictional character invented and portrayed by Saturday Night Live cast member Molly Shannon from 1995 to 2001. She was considered the first breakout character from the new 1995 cast, and a significant marker of the increased influence of women writers on the show in the 1990s. Shannon port ... Read »


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    • Dr. Gangrene

    • Dr. Gangrene

      Dr. Gangrene is an award-winning television horror host based in the Middle Tennessee area, played by actor/writer Larry Underwood. Underwood was inspired to create the character as an homage to Sir Cecil Creape, a former Nashville horror host. Created in 1999, the show was originally a half hour Public-access tel ... Read »


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    • Geraldine Jones (character)

    • Geraldine Jones (character)

      Geraldine Jones was a fictional African American character, the most famous recurring persona of comedian Flip Wilson. Geraldine was played as a sassy liberated Southern woman who was coarsely flirty yet faithful to her (unseen) boyfriend "Killer". Poorly educated, she was nevertheless confident; she did not change her ... Read »


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    • Geraldine Granger

    • Geraldine Granger

      Boadicea Geraldine Kennedy (née Granger) is a fictional female vicar, the central character to the successful British BBC sitcom The Vicar of Dibley. She is portrayed by Dawn French, described by the British Comedy Guide as "the jolly, down-to-earth female vicar of Dibley, a small country village inhabited by oddbal ... Read »


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    • Elliot Goblet

    • Elliot Goblet

      Elliot Goblet is a comedy character created by the Australian comedian Jack Levi. The character is known for the deadpan delivery of one-line jokes and the style compares with the American comic Steven Wright. At first Goblet appeared with round glasses and a goatee beard, but the beard was later removed. Created with ... Read »


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    • Granville (Open All Hours)

    • Granville is a fictional character played by David Jason in the British sitcom Open All Hours and its sequel, Still Open All Hours. Granville is an errand boy to his uncle and employer, Arkwright, who is the proprietor of an old-fashioned Yorkshire corner shop. Granville was born to Arkwright's sister, who died while ... Read »


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    • Latka Gravas

    • Latka Gravas

      Latka Gravas is a fictional character on the television sitcom Taxi portrayed by Andy Kaufman. A sweet-natured and lovable-but-goofy mechanic, Latka was based on a character Kaufman created known as Foreign Man. In 1977, the producers of Taxi saw Kaufman's Foreign Man act at The Comedy Store. They had already created ... Read »


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    • Ed Grimley

    • Edward Mayhoff 'Ed' Grimley is a fictional character created and portrayed by Martin Short. Developed amongst The Second City improv comedy troupe, Grimley made his television debut on the sketch comedy show SCTV in 1982, leading to popular success for both Short and the persona. Short continued to portray Grimley on S ... Read »


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    • Neil Hamburger

    • Neil Hamburger is a standup comedian character played by comedian and musician Gregg Turkington. Hamburger's live act, which is quite different from his many albums, features a barrage of question/answer jokes aimed often at celebrity targets as well as barbs aimed at his ex-wife. He has performed in front of audi ... Read »


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    • Hamish and Dougal

    • Genre Situation comedy Running time 15 minutes Country United Kingdom
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      You'll Have Had Your Tea

      Hamish and Dougal are two characters from the long-running BBC Radio 4 radio comedy panel game I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, played by Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden, who later went on to have their own Radio 4 series, You'll Have Had Your Tea: The Doings of Hamish and Dougal. The fictional characters Hamish and Doug ... Read »


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    • Hanswurst

    • Hanswurst was a popular coarse-comic figure of German-speaking impromptu comedy. He is "a half doltish half cunning partly stupid partly knowing enterprising and cowardly self indulgent and merry fellow who in accordance with circumstances accentuated one or other of these characteristics." Through the 16th and 17th c ... Read »


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    • Thelma Harper

    • Thelma Harper

      Thelma Mae Harper (nee Crowley), also known as Mama, is a fictional character played by American actress Vicki Lawrence. She is a senior citizen who has lived in an unspecified part in the Southern United States for her entire life which is evident by the southern drawl of her speech and her customs. She is an exaggera ... Read »


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    • Homer Brown

    • Homer Brown is a character in the radio sitcom The Aldrich Family. A good friend of Henry Aldrich, Homer Brown attends Centreville High, the same high school that Henry goes to. Considered somewhat of a dim-wit, Homer is nervous and a food lover. However, he is also fairly dependable, and helps Henry whenever there's ... Read »


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    • Monsieur Hulot

    • Monsieur Hulot is a character created and played by French comic Jacques Tati for a series of films in the 1950s and '60s, namely Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953), Mon Oncle (1959), Playtime (1967) and Trafic (1971). The character of Hulot (although played by another actor) also appears briefly in François Truf ... Read »


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    • Jake the Peg

    • "Jake the Peg" was a fictional three-legged man, the subject of a comedic song of the same name, performed by Rolf Harris, released as a single in 1965. The song was adapted in 1965 from a version performed by Frank Roosen (a Dutch performer in Vancouver, Canada). The original Dutch party skit was "(Ik ben) van der St ... Read »


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    • José Jiménez (character)


    • Ray J. Johnson Jr.

    • Raymond J. Johnson Jr. is a character created by comedian Bill Saluga. Saluga's shtick as Ray J. Johnson is to become annoyed when addressed as "Mr. Johnson," exclaiming in a loud voice, "My name is Raymond J. Johnson Jr. Now you can call me Ray, or you can call me J, or you can call me Johnny, or you can call me ... Read »


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    • Julian and Sandy

    • Julian and Sandy were characters on the BBC radio comedy programme Round the Horne from 1965 to 1968 and were played by Hugh Paddick and Kenneth Williams respectively, with scripts written by Barry Took and Marty Feldman. According to a BBC Radio 4 programme on the characters, they were named after the writers Sandy Wi ... Read »


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    • Hyman Kaplan

    • Hyman Kaplan, or H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N as he habitually signs himself, is a fictional character in a series of well-received, humorous stories by Leo Rosten, published under the pseudonym "Leonard Q. Ross" in The New Yorker in the 1930s and later collected in two books, The Education of H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N and The Re ... Read »


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    • Kevin the Teenager

    • Kevin Patterson is a character created and played by the British comedian, Harry Enfield. Kevin originated in the "Little Brother" sketches of Harry Enfield's Television Programme as an annoyingly energetic boy who constantly vexed his older brother with his irritating catchphrases and habit of bursting into his r ... Read »


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    • The Kransky Sisters

    • The Kransky Sisters are an Australian musical comedy trio created, written and performed by Annie Lee (Mourne) and Christine Johnston (Eve) initially with Michele Watt (Arva – 2000 til 2006) and later with Carolyn Johns (Dawn – 2007 onwards). They regularly appeared on In Siberia Tonight on SBS Television, Th ... Read »


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    • Howard Kremer

    • Howard Kremer

      Howard Michael Kremer (born February 3, 1971), also known by his stage name Dragon Boy Suede and his nicknames H. Michael Kre and Howie Michael Motorcycle, is an American comedian and comedic rapper. Howard Kremer is the host of the Who Charted? podcast, co-hosted by Kulap Vilaysack and available on the Earwolf podcast ... Read »


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    • Emily Litella

    • Emily Litella

      Emily Litella is a fictional character played by legendary comedian Gilda Radner in a series of appearances on Saturday Night Live. Based on a person in her early life, Emily Litella is a popular character in Radner's comedy repertoire. Emily Litella is an elderly woman with a hearing problem who appeared 26 times ... Read »


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    • Bob and Doug McKenzie

    • Bob and Doug McKenzie

      Bob and Doug McKenzie are a pair of fictional Canadian brothers who hosted "Great White North", a sketch which was introduced on SCTV for the show's third season when it moved to CBC Television in 1980. Bob is played by Rick Moranis and Doug is played by Dave Thomas. Although created originally as filler to both satisf ... Read »


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    • Madea

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    • Mango (Saturday Night Live)

    • Mango was a character performed by Chris Kattan on the American sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live. The character was co-created and developed by Kattan and SNL writer Scott Wainio along with initial creative contributions by Roy Jenkins. Mango is a male exotic dancer who performed in a strip club. He would always ... Read »


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    • Max and Paddy

    • Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere is a British sitcom on Channel 4 starring and written by Peter Kay and Paddy McGuinness. All the episodes were also directed by Kay. It began on 12 November 2004 and ran for six 30 minute episodes up until 17 December 2004. This spin off from Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights follows the two B ... Read »


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    • Brini Maxwell

    • Sabrina “Brini” Maxwell is a fictional character created by actor Ben Sander. Described by Guy Trebey of the Village Voice as the "prototypical, pre-feminist, 1960s homemaker", Maxwell has also been described as a composite of Doris Day, Mary Tyler Moore, Auntie Mame, That Girl and Donna Reed and came to pro ... Read »


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    • McClaren (Porridge)

    • Mr. Barrowclough is a prison warder, portrayed by Brian Wilde. Unlike Mr Mackay, whose harsh and confrontational methods he disapproves of (though he dare not make this known to Mr Mackay), Barrowclough is a timid, sympathetic man who firmly believes that the role of prison is to rehabilitate rather than punish. M ... Read »


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    • Barry McKenzie

    • Barry McKenzie (full name: Barrington Bradman Bing McKenzie) is a fictional character created by the Australian comedian Barry Humphries (but suggested by Peter Cook) for a comic strip, written by Humphries and drawn by New Zealand artist Nicholas Garland in 1964, in the British satirical magazine Private Eye. The ... Read »


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    • Mechanical (character)

    • A mechanical is any of six characters in A Midsummer Night's Dream who perform the play-within-a-play Pyramus and Thisbe. Named for their occupations as skilled manual laborers, they are a group of amateur (mostly incompetent) actors from around Athens, looking to make names for themselves by having their production ch ... Read »


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    • Roy D. Mercer

    • Roy D. Mercer is a fictional character created by disc jockeys Brent Douglas and Phil Stone on radio station KMOD-FM in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Brent Douglas, who performs Mercer's voice, uses the character as a vehicle for comedy sketches in which he performs prank calls. Twelve Roy D. Mercer albums have been released, all o ... Read »


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    • Miranda Sings

    • Miranda Sings is a fictional character, developed on the Internet, created in 2008 and portrayed by American comedian, actress and YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger. Ballinger displays videos of the comically talentless, egotistical, misguided and quirky character on her YouTube channel. In these videos, the eccent ... Read »


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    • Miss K

    • Miss K is a cabaret character created by Melbourne performer: Klara McMurray. After her debut as part of Mayhem Cabaret #13’s Good vs. Evil, she has gone on to launch her own career. Her first show: Love War Faith and a Singing Telegram (2007) was a satriical show performed on rollerskates about love gone wrong w ... Read »


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    • Barry Morgan (character)

    • Barry Morgan (character)

      Barry Morgan is the eponymous character in Barry Morgan's World of Organs, a stage show based on a fictional electronic organ salesman from Adelaide portrayed by Australian musician and comedian Stephen Teakle. Barry Morgan's World of Organs has appeared at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival and the Edinburg ... Read »


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    • Mudbone (character)

    • Mudbone is a recurring character in Richard Pryor's stand-up shows. Debuting on the 1975 album ...Is It Something I Said?, Mudbone is easily Pryor's most famous creation. A philosopher born in Tupelo, Mississippi, his character was an alter-ego for Pryor. During Pryor's concert film, Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset ... Read »


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    • The Nairobi Trio

    • The Nairobi Trio

      The Nairobi Trio was a skit Ernie Kovacs performed several times for his TV shows. It combined many existing concepts and visuals in a novel and creative way. People in gorilla suits have always been a comedy staple. The notion of well-known or predictable music pieces gone awry has long been practiced by artists as d ... Read »


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    • Lee Nelson (character)

    • Simon Brodkin is an English comedian, performing both on the stand-up circuit and in comedy television series. He is best known for playing a cheerful chav character called Lee Nelson, but also performs as other comedy characters. Performing solo stand-up since 2004, he has also written for and appeared on the televisi ... Read »


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    • Alfred E. Neuman

    • Alfred E. Neuman is the fictitious mascot and cover boy of Mad, an American humor magazine. The face had drifted through U.S. iconography for decades before being claimed by Mad editor Harvey Kurtzman, and later named by the magazine's second editor Al Feldstein. He appeared occasionally in the early seasons of MADtv d ... Read »


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    • Bertrand Newton

    • Bertrand Newton is a fictitious character created by Australian comedian Charles Firth for his satirical book American Hoax, the name being a play on Australian television celebrity Bert Newton. In this book Newton was described as the founder the fictitious American 527 Political Action Committee (PAC) AdBack, and als ... Read »


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    • Silvía Night


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    • Arale Norimaki

    • Arale Norimaki

      Arale Norimaki (Japanese: 則巻アラレ, Hepburn: Norimaki Arare?) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Dr. Slump manga series, created by Akira Toriyama. She is a robot built by Senbei Norimaki who looks like a young girl. She is known for her naiveté, energetic personality, lack of ... Read »


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    • Corporal Nym

    • Corporal Nym

      Corporal Nym is a fictional character who appears in two Shakespeare plays, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry V. He later appears in spin-off works by other writers. Nym is a soldier and criminal follower of Sir John Falstaff and a friend and rival of Ancient Pistol. In The Merry Wives of Windsor Nym is one of ... Read »


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    • Sir Les Patterson

    • Sir Leslie Colin "Les" Patterson (born 1 April 1942) is a fictional character created and portrayed by Australian comedian Barry Humphries. Obese, lecherous and offensive, Patterson is Dame Edna Everage's exact opposite: she is female, refined, Protestant and from Melbourne; he is male, uncouth, Roman Catholic and from ... Read »


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    • Pete and Dud

    • Pete and Dud were characters played by the comedians and entertainers Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. The dialogue format originated in 1964, when Dudley Moore invited Peter Cook to appear in a television performance. Cook scripted a conversation between two men from Dagenham wearing flat caps. This proved to be very pop ... Read »


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    • Ancient Pistol

    • Ancient Pistol

      Ancient Pistol is a swaggering soldier who appears in three plays by William Shakespeare. Though full of grandiose boasts about his prowess, he is essentially a coward. The character is introduced in Henry IV, part 2 and reappears in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry V. The character's first name is never given. He ... Read »


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    • Ned Poins

    • Ned Poins

      Edward "Ned" Poins, generally referred to as "Poins", is a fictional character who appears in two plays by Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2. He is also mentioned in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Poins is Prince Hal's closest friend during his wild youth. He devises various schemes to ridicule Falstaff, ... Read »


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    • Charles Pooter

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