Marcia Wallace
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Marcia Wallace . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
The Simpsons Movie (2007)
[ Minnie Driver ][ Nancy Cartwright ][ Yeardly Smith ][ Julie Kavner ][ Tress MacNeille ]
Big Stan (2007)
[ Melanie Lynskey ][ Jennifer Morrison ][ Sally Kirkland ]
The Italian Bob (2005)
Milhouse of Sand and Fog (2005)
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star (2005)
[ Tress MacNeille ]
The Heartbroke Kid (2005)
Forever for Now (2004)
[ Dawn Wells ]
Triple Play (2004)
Life and Death: Part 2 (2003)
[ Jessica Biel ]
Life and Death: Part 1 (2003)
[ Jessica Biel ]
The Simpsons: Road Rage (2001)
[ Nancy Cartwright ][ Yeardly Smith ][ Julie Kavner ]
You Never Know (2001)
Eenie, Meenie, Miney, MURDER! (2001)
[ Kristen Miller ]
A Poorly Executed Plan (2001)
[ Kristen Miller ]
An Aborted Dinner Date (2001)
[ Kristen Miller ]
The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield (1997)
[ Nancy Cartwright ][ Yeardly Smith ][ Julie Kavner ][ Tress MacNeille ]
Anything But Cured (1994)
To Joey, with Love (1994)
The Bicycle Thief (1993)
Darkly Dawns the Duck: Part 1 (1991)
Darkly Dawns the Duck: Part 2 (1991)
The Bob Newhart Show 19th Anniversary Special (1991)
[ Susan Pleshette ]
Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991)
[ Eva Larue ][ Hope Marie Carlton ]
My Mom's a Werewolf (1989)
[ Susan Blakely ][ Katerina Laspa ]
Teen Witch (1989)
[ Rita Wilson ][ Robin Lively ][ Darcy Demoss ][ Caren Kaye ][ Katerina Laspa ]
Walter Gets a Dodo (1989)
It Isn't Easy... Bein' Green (1987)
Finder of Lost Loves (1984)
[ Melissa Sue Anderson ]
Gridlock (1980)
[ Rue McClanahan ][ Shelley Fabares ][ Lisa Hartman ]
Pray TV (1980)
[ Jaime lyn Bauer ]
The Castaways on Gilligan's Island (1979)
[ Dawn Wells ]
Flying High (1978)
[ Rita Wilson ][ Connie Selecca ]
A Matter of Principal (1974)
[ Susan Pleshette ]
Confessions of an Orthodontist (1974)
[ Susan Pleshette ]
By the Way... You're Fired (1974)
[ Susan Pleshette ]
A Love Story (1974)
[ Susan Pleshette ]
Columbo: Lady in Waiting (1971)
[ Susan Clark ]
Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up? (1971)
Columbo: Murder by the Book (1971)
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Hank Azaria
Matthew Lillard
Rob Schneider
Kelsey Grammer
Leslie Nielsen
Dan Castellaneta
David Carradine
Paul Reubens
Danny Elfman
Phil Hartman
Harry Shearer
Albert Brooks
Zac Efron
Jason Scott Lee
Scott Weinger
Hans Zimmer


Some might have easily doled out the phrase "laughing on the outside, crying on the inside" to describe funny lady Marcia Wallace and her many uphill battles in both life and career over the past three-and-a-half decades, but the carrot-cropped comedienne with the ever-toothy smile remains optimistic to this day as she forges on displaying her usual grab-bag of comedy tricks on film, TV and in voiceovers. The Iowa-born and bred actress endured a troubled childhood (alcoholism, physical abuse) and headed quickly to New York to pursue her dream following college graduation. She initially induced laughs because of a weight problem, playing plump, self-deprecating characters in such musicals as "The Music Man." She also supplemented her very modest income at the time substitute teaching in the Bronx.Managing to drop much of her excess weight over time, she found, to her delight, that she could still make people laugh. Finding an invaluable training ground with the improvisational comedy group "The Fourth Wall" in 1968, she appeared with the company off-Broadway for a spell. In between times she studied with acting guru Uta Hagen. She fleshed out her on-camera resume at first with bit roles on such shows as "Bewitched," "Columbo" and "Love, American Style," and received her initial on-camera break with recurring appearances on "The Merv Griffin Show." As a direct result, she won the best role of her career as Carol Kester, the chatty, lovelorn receptionist on "The Bob Newhart Show" (1972) after only a year or so in Hollywood. For seven years, Marcia won tons of fans as the brash, slightly ditsy co-worker and confidante who was always looking for that "special guy" to walk through the door.Guesting on all the popular lightweight shows of the day ("Murder She Wrote," "Magnum P.I.," "Taxi"), she also added to the fun on "Full House," "Charles in Charge" and "Alf," in which she nabbed recurring roles. Marcia became just as popular as a celebrity game show panelist, particularly "The Match Game." On the summer stock and dinner theater circuits, she appeared in such engaging comedies as "Plaza Suite," "Born Yesterday," "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," and "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," as well as the musicals "Gypsy" and "Promises, Promises."Following her "Newhart" success, her career waned and her health began to declined as time went on. She is grateful to be a 15-year survivor of breast cancer and keeps herself quite visible as an advocate for breast cancer awareness. She was also the prime caretaker for her husband Denny Hawley when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He passed away in 1992. They have one child.Nevertheless, Marcia has persevered and gained a second career wind. Today's generations will recognize her Emmy-winning voice work as Bart's teacher, Mrs. Krabappel, on "The Simpsons" (1989) and she more recently had a supporting role as Maggie the housekeeper on the short-lived, irreverent spoof "That's My Bush!" (2001). Marcia has been a regular in commercials for over three decades. On film she has often played an amusing, unwitting foil to kid-like shenanigans in such films as My Mom's a Werewolf (1989), Teen Witch (1989) and Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991). She has guest hosted televised comedy clubs and talk shows, and was the actual co-host of a diet show on cable. Marcia remains on the lecture circuit and has published her own memoir, "Don't Look Back, We're Not Going That Way!," which gently and admirably laces her myriad of struggles with wit, humor and a positive outlook.

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