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Actor: Laurie Metcalf
Episode(s):
1.04 The Luminous Fish Effect,
3.01 The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation
4.03 The Zazzy Substitution
Character:
Mary Cooper (Sheldon's Mom)
Laurie Metcalf
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Actor: DJ Qualls
Episode(s):
1.10 The Loobenfeld Decay
Character: Toby Loobenfeld
DJ Qualls
Bio: Known for his roles in films like "The New Guy" and "Road Trip"
Actor: Courtney Henggeler
Episode(s):
1.15 The Pork Chop Indeterminacy
Character:
Missy Cooper (Sheldon's Twin sister)
Courtney Henggler
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Actor: Travis Schuldt
Episode(s):
2.02 The Codpiece Topology
Character:
Eric- Penny's Boyfriend
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Actor: Charlie Sheen
Episode(s):
2.04 The Griffin Equivalency
Character:
Himself
Charlie Sheen
Bio: Charlie Sheen is the son of actor Martin Sheen, and a movie star in his own right thanks to big-budget, high-profile movies of the late 1980s. From notable young man roles in Red Dawn (1984, starring Patrick Swayze) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986, starring Matthew Broderick), Sheen emerged as a leading man in the Oliver Stone films Platoon (1986, starring Willem Dafoe) and Wall Street (1987, starring Michael Douglas). Since stardom his appearances in the tabloids have rivalled his appearances on the big screen; as played out in the gossip columns, Sheen's life has been a wild ride that includes cocaine, high-priced prostitutes, an accidental shooting (in 1990 -- his then-girlfriend, Kelly Preston, was wounded) and a long, bitter divorce battle with actress Denise Richards. All the while, Sheen has kept working in hits and misses that include dramas such as Eight Men Out (1988, with David Strathairn) and The Arrival (1996), and lowbrow comedies such as Hot Shots (1991) and Scary Movie 3 (2003). After a string of so-so performances and a much-publicized drug problem, Sheen had a comeback of sorts by 2000, poking fun at himself in the film Being John Malkovich (1999, starring John Cusack) and replacing Michael J. Fox in the TV series Spin City. Sheen landed his own comedy series in 2003, the sitcom Two and a Half Men, a hit that brought him Emmy nominations in 2006 and 2007.
Sheen's siblings, Emilio, Ramon and Renée Estevez, are also actors... Sheen, unlike his siblings, takes his surname from his father's stage name (Martin Sheen was born Ramon Estevez)... Sheen married Denise Richards in 2002 and they have two daughters; Richards filed for divorce in 2005... In 1997 Sheen narrated Mission to Mars, a documentary about the possibility of life on Mars (he also earned a writing credit).
Actor: Christine Baranski
Episode(s):
2.15 The Maternal Capacitance
3.11 The Maternal Congruence
Character:
Dr. Beverly Hofstadter (Leonard's Mom)
Christine Baranski
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Actor: Summer Glau
Episode(s):
2.17 The Terminator Decoupling
Character:
Herself
Summer Glau
Bio: Summer Glau has been a ballerina from the time she was a small child. While it would be her acting career that would bring her face to face with her largest audience, it was her background as a dancer that would provide her with the chance to do so. After appearing in a few commercials, she appeared on the Joss Whedon series Angel as a ballerina in the episode “Waiting in the Wings”. Whedon was so impressed with the young actress' debut performance that in 2002, he cast the then-21-year-old in the challenging role of River in his new series Firefly. Despite immediately earning a hardcore cult fan base, Firefly's ratings would prove to be unsatisfactory for Fox, which pulled the plug after only 11 episodes. Glau had made her mark, however, playing a traumatized prodigy running from the interplanetary authorities aboard a cargo ship. She went on to test her acting chops by appearing on shows like CSI and The 4400, before reprising the role of River for 2005's feature film adaptation of Firefly, Serenity. In 2006 she signed on to star alongside Tom Skerritt for the TV movie Mammoth. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide
Actor: Dr. George Smoot
Episode(s):
2.17 The Terminator Decoupling
Character:
Himself
Dr. George Smoot
Bio:
Actor: Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Episode(s):
2.21 The Vegas Renormalization
Character:
Mikayla
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Bio:
Actor: Lewis Black
Episode(s):
3.02 The Jiminy Conjecture
Character:
Professor Crawley
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Actor: Wil Wheaton
Episode(s):
3.05 The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary
3.19 The Wheaton Recurrence
4.08 The 21-Second Excitation
Character: Himself
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Bio: Now an author and famous denizen of the Internet, Wil Wheaton is still known to most people as Wesley Crusher, a much-maligned teen character on TV's Star Trek: The Next Generation. Wheaton began his acting career in childhood, and by the mid-1980s had appeared in several small roles on television and in feature films. His turn as Gordie in the movie Stand By Me (1986) earned solid reviews, and it looked as if Wheaton was headed for a career in feature films, along with co-stars Jerry O'Connell, River Phoenix and Kiefer Sutherland. Wheaton then became a regular cast member of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-90), playing the teenage son of Dr. Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden) and drawing the enmity of some vocal hardcore Star Trek fans who didn't like his character. His efforts to build a film career while shooting a television series met with little success and Wheaton left the show after three years. A self-proclaimed "geek," Wheaton found a second career with the expansion of the Internet and the World Wide Web, writing about his own experiences and becoming an active member in various Internet organizations. In 2003 he published a book of true-life stories, Dancing Barefoot, which led to a book contract and a second book, Just a Geek (2004). Wheaton continues to get acting jobs in TV, video games and independent movies, and he does improv comedy, writes pop culture columns and broadcasts podcasts.
Actor: Katee Sackhoff
Episode(s):
3.09 The Vengeance Formulation
4.04 The Hot Troll Deviation
Character:
Herself
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Actor: Danica McKellar
Episode(s):
3.12 The Psychic Vortex
Character: Abby
Danica McKellar
Bio: Best known for playing Winnie Cooper on "The Wonder Years."
Actor: Judy Greer
Episode(s):
3.21 The Plimpton Stimulation
Character: Dr. Elizabeth Plimpton
Judy Greer
Bio:
Actor: George Takei
Episode(s):
4.04 The Hot Troll Deviation
Character: Himself
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