Arsenio Hall, actor, comedian, and former talk show host. He is best known for hosting The Arsenio Hall Show, which became the show for entertainers to go to in order to reach the "MTV Generation." His other roles include Semmi in Coming to Americana ("Hippopotamus shit!") and the Crying Man in Harlem Nights ("Quiiiiiick! I'm gonna kill you, Quick!"). He also won NBC's reality show, Celebrity Apprentice 5. A revival of his talk show debuted September 9, 2013. Famous People, Famous Faces, Peeps Famous, Arsenio Hall
Arsenio Hall, The Arsenio Hall Show: Between 1989 and 1994, America was gripped by a plague of fist pumping and loud whoops known as the Arsenio Hall Show audience. Way before that, Arsenio was a wide-collared senior at Kent State University in Ohio in 1978. In 2013, Arsenio will star alongside Christina Ricci and Rosie Perez in the animated feature The Hero of Color City.
Wayne Brady, actor, singer, comedian and television personality. He is known for his work as a regular on the American version of the improvisational comedy television series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" as well as former host of the daytime talk show The Wayne Brady Show, the original host of Fox's Don't Forget the Lyrics!, and current host of the 2009 revival of Let's Make a Deal. He also starred on the Chappell's Show sketch, Dave's Night Out with Wayne Brady.
Sheryl Underwood, stand-up comedian and television personality. She is a panelist on the daytime chat show The Talk on CBS. She was the host of BET's Comic View, and executive producer & host of the limited run comedy/variety series Holla. She has also appeared on Def Comedy Jam, Bulworth, I Got the Hook Up, Beauty Shop, Getting Paid, Baisden After Dark, and Comics Unleashed. She has won BET's "Funniest Female Comedian on Comic View" and BET's Comedy Awards' Platinum Mic Viewers Choice awards.
Martin Alan "Marty" Feldman (1934 - 1982) was an English comedy writer, comedian and actor, easily identified by his bulbous and crooked eyes. He starred in several British comedy series, including At Last the 1948 show and Marty, the latter of which won two BAFTA awards. He was the first Saturn Award winner for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Young Frankenstein. Feldman died from a heart attack in a hotel room in Mexico City on 2 December 1982, during the making of the film Yellowbeard.