'The Cleveland Show' Cast List

The Cleveland Show  is full of veteran voice-over actors and award-winning celebrities.

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'The Cleveland Show' Cast

The Cleveland Show Cast - Comic-Con 2011
THE CLEVELAND SHOW show's Creator and Executive Producer Mike Henry, cast members Kevin Michael Richardson, Reagan Gomez, Sanaa Lathan and executive producer RIch Appel during FOX FANFARE AT COMIC-CON 2011 Sunday, July 24 in San Diego, CA. Phil McCarten/FOX

The actors and actresses who make up The Cleveland Show cast come from a variety of backgrounds, including the guest stars. David Lynch, Arianna Huffington, Craig Robinson, Bryan Cranston, Ed Asner, Fergie, Daryl Hall, John Oates and Kanye West have all guest-starred on The Cleveland Show.

Following are the main cast members.

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Mike Henry (Cleveland, Rallo Tubbs)

Mike Henry
Mike Henry of 'The Cleveland Show' on LIFE AFTER FILM SCHOOL. Michael Becker / FMC

Not only is Mike Henry is the voice of Cleveland, but he is also the co-creator and executive producer, along with Seth MacFarlane. Mike Henry's brother, who attended Rhode Island School of Design, introduced him to MacFarlane, who also attended the school. MacFarlane created Family Guy and invited Henry to write gags and create characters for his new series.

Mike Henry was a writer and producer on Family Guy for the series’ first six seasons. In the writers’ room, he created many of the show’s secondary characters, for which he also does the voices, including Cleveland, Herbert, Bruce, Consuela and the Greased-Up Deaf Guy. Henry continues to voice his Family Guy characters while running The Cleveland Show with producer Rich Appel.

Mike Henry also guest-starred on Scrubs and Gilmore Girls.

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Sanaa Lathan (Donna Tubbs)

Sanaa Lathan - The Cleveland Show
Sanaa Lathan - The Cleveland Show. Twentieth Century Fox

Sanaa Lathan has starred on Broadway, on TV and in feature films. Lathan earned a Tony Award nomination for her performance as Beneatha Younger in the critically-acclaimed revival of A Raisin in the Sun. (She later reprised her critically acclaimed role in the television adaptation of the play, alongside Sean Combs.) She also played the title role in the off-Broadway play By The Way, Meet Vera Stark. She was seen in the critically acclaimed and award-winning West End revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

In movies, Lathan appeared in Stephen Soderbergh's thriller, Contagion, and starred alongside Tyler Perry, Kathy Bates and Alfre Woodard in Perry's feature film, The Family That Preys. She also appeared in Love & Basketball.

On TV, she stars in Boss, opposite Kelsey Grammer, as the mayor's incorruptible new chief of staff. Lathan's additional credits include playing Michelle Landau on Nip/Tuck.

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Kevin Michael Richardson (Cleveland Jr., Lester)

Kevin Michael Richardson
Kevin Michael Richardson. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

Kevin Michael Richardson is everywhere. Or, at least, his voice his. He has lent his voice talents to literally hundreds of characters for films, commercials, video games and television series.

Richardson received two Emmy nominations for his work as The Joker on the animated series The Batman. He has also voiced characters such as Panthro on , Bulkhead on and Maurice on . His feature film voice credits include Lilo and Stitch, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Matrix Revolutions and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

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Reagan Gomez-Preston (Roberta Tubbs)

Reagan Gomez-Preston
Actress Reagan Gomez-Preston attends 'The Cleveland Show' Press Line during Comic-Con International 2012 at Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel on July 15, 2012 in San Diego, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Regan Gomez has been acting since she was a little girl. As a child in Philadelphia, she was cast in the films New Jersey Drive and Spike Lee’s Crooklyn. Then she and her mother made a trip to Los Angeles with “Dateline” documenting their journey for an episode about young actors. After only a few weeks in Los Angeles, she had booked the remake of Freaky Friday, with Shelley Long. She went on to star in the Robert Townsend series The Parent ’Hood.

Her other television credits include Carmen: A Hip Hopera, ER, That ’70s Show, JAG and One on One. Her feature film credits include Beauty Shop, with Queen Latifah, and Jerry Maguire.

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Jason Sudeikis (Holt, Terry)

Jason Sudeikis
Actor Jason Sudeikis attends the 'Portlandia' season 2 premiere screening at the American Museum of Natural History on January 5, 2012 in New York City. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

No doubt you recognize Jason Sudeikis from Saturday Night Live, where he has played Mitt Romney and Vice President Joe Biden, after serving as a staff writer for two years before becoming a series regular cast member in 2005. Or you may recognize him from memorable roles in movies, like Horrible Bosses and Hall Pass. Or, at the very least, you've seen his face on tabloid TV news as he escorts his girlfriend, actress Olivia Wilde, to various awards shows.

Aside from voicing Hold and Terry on The Cleveland Show, Sudeikis's television credits include a recurring character on 30 Rock and a guest-starring role on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Sudeikis' additional film credits include The Bounty Hunter, The Rocker and What Happens In Vegas. A native of Fairfax, VA, Sudeikis grew up in Overland Park, KS, and now resides in New York City. He is actively involved with Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.

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Seth MacFarlane (Tim)

Seth MacFarlane - Family Guy - Comic-Con 2009
Creator Seth MacFarlane attends 'Family Guy' panel discussion at Comic-Con 2009 held at San Diego Convention Center on July 25, 2009 in San Diego, California. John Shearer/Getty Images

Co-creator Seth MacFarlane provides the voice of Tim, the giant talking bear. He began his career studying animation and design at the Rhode Island School of Design. While in school, MacFarlane created an animated short film entitled The Life of Larry. The film impressed executives at Hanna-Barbera, who then encouraged MacFarlane to move to Los Angeles in 1995 to create and direct a short film for them. After moving to the West Coast, he went on to work on numerous animated series.

Shortly after, MacFarlane’s talent was noted by executives at FOX who made him an offer to create a pilot for the network. Over the next six months, MacFarlane created, animated, wrote, directed and provided all the main male characters’ voices for what became Family Guy. The seven-minute short was delivered in May 1998, and was picked up just weeks later. At age 24, MacFarlane was the youngest executive producer in television.