QUIZ: Can You Match These Celebrities To Their Simpsons Character?

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Since its premiere in 1989, The Simpsons has become the longest-running American sitcom and longest-running American animated series in the history of television. A show that’s been around so long (and is still going!) is bound to have had plenty of celebrity guests. Some of them have either voiced animated versions of themselves and some voiced completely new characters in this show that mixes the real world with the “every-town” of Springfield. Would you remember the celebrity behind the character if you saw a picture of them? Take this quiz to test your knowledge of all the celebs who’ve visited the Simpson family and the rest of Springfield.

This former SNL cast member has done voiceover work for The Simpsons on several occasions, but his most memorable work is being the voice of Artie Ziff, Marge’s senior prom date who later became a billionaire.

An actor known for portraying a master fencer lent his voice to Hugh Parkfield, who is Lisa’s fiancé in the Season 6 episode, “Lisa’s Wedding.”

This former Beatle appeared in the Season 5 episode, “Homer’s Barbershop Quartet,” after Homer’s group, The Be Sharps, wins a Grammy.

This wisecracking comedian of the 1960s and early ’70s appeared in a Season 8 episode, “Burns, Baby Burns,” lending his voice to Mr. Burns’ long-lost son Larry.

This actor reprised his most popular television role for the episode “24 Minutes” in Season 18.

This six-time Oscar-nominated actress is the voice of Mona Simpson, Homer’s mother.

This former Batman appeared as himself in Season 4, when Homer starts a snowplowing business and clears the entrance to his house.

This game show host appeared on The Simpsons as himself in two episodes.

This man became a prolific director throughout the 1970s and appeared as himself in the episode “Home vs. Patty and Selma.”

This actor has starred in some of the highest-grossing films of the 1990s, during which time he voiced talent agent MacArthur Parker in “A Fish Called Selma.”

This scientist first appeared in “They Saved Lisa’s Brain” when he visits Springfield to see the “utopian” society created by the local MENSA group.

This legendary country singer appeared to Homer in a hallucination as a spirit guide in the form of a “space coyote.”

This former Star Trek actor first appeared on The Simpsons as himself to christen the building of a brand new monorail.

This soul singer appeared as himself in “Whacking Day,” using his voice to lure Springfield’s snakes to safety.

This pop star appeared as herself in an episode that aired in 2012, when she passes through Springfield on the way to a concert.

This actress was the voice of Princess Penelope in the episode “Once Upon a Time in Springfield,” which might have been easy since she’s no stranger to playing a princess.

This pop legend appeared in the episode “Stark Raving Dad,” where Homer meets a mental patient named Leon Kompowsky who thinks he is the pop legend that voices him.

Another former Beatle appeared as himself in “Lisa the Vegetarian,” where Lisa meets him and his wife on top of Kwik-E-Mart where there is a secret garden.

This former Star Trek actor appears in “Homer the Great” as Number One, the leader of a secret society called the Stonecutters.

This prolific star was known as a child actor when he appeared in “Bart the Murderer” as himself playing Bart Simpson.

This person appeared on The Simpsons as a parodied version of himself, appropriately at Springfield’s comic book shop, The Android’s Dungeon.

This television host was thrilled to appear in “He Loves to Fly and He D’ohs,” where he plays life coach Colby Kraus.

This television actress appears as herself in “Missionary: Impossible,” where Homer becomes a missionary on a tropical island to avoid having to pay the $10,000 he pledged to PBS.

This 1990s television actress channeled her infamous movie role to voice Alex Whitney, a new student at Springfield Elementary.

This British actor appeared as himself in “Angry Dad: The Movie” at an awards ceremony where animators poked fun at his appearance by including a sign in his scene that said, “Do Not Allow This Man To Host.”

This esteemed actor is known for playing vulnerable characters and appeared in Season 2’s “Lisa’s Substitute,” as Lisa’s substitute teacher Mr. Bergstrom.

This actor lent his grisly voice to Meathook in the Season 11 episode, “Take My Wife, Sleaze.”

This Star Trek actor most notably lent his voice to Akira, a waiter at The Happy Sumo sushi restaurant in Springfield.

This guy appeared as himself in the Season 5 episode “Deep Space Homer,” accompanying Homer on a trip into space.

This actor was known for his goodwill tours around the world to support the U.S. military and in 1992 he voiced himself in the episode “Lisa the Beauty Queen.”

This Star Wars actor appeared as himself in the episode “Mayored to the Mob.”

This esteemed actress is known to have the record in Academy Award nominations and is the voice behind Jessica Lovejoy, Reverend Lovejoy’s unassumingly mischevious daughter.

This method actor is known for playing villainous characters and voices himself on The Simpsons when he takes over Apu’s job at the Kwik-E-Mart.

Known for her sexy roles, this actress guest starred on The Simpsons as Mindy Simmons, the attractive female equivalent of Homer in “The Last Temptation of Homer.”

This funny white-haired actor was the voice of Ray Patterson, Springfield’s sanitation commissioner in the episode “Trash of the Titans.”

This funny talk show host actually used to write episodes for The Simpsons before he guest starred in an episode as himself.

This classic Hollywood child actor appeared as himself in a 1997 episode called “Radioactive Man.”

This television actor is the first to be nominated for multiple Emmys portraying the same character on three different shows. He voices the recurring character Sideshow Bob, who is always out to kill Bart.

This country singer appeared as himself in “Behind the Laughter,” which was the finale of Season 11.

This Harry Potter actor appeared in “Treehouse of Horror XXI,” in a spoof of the movie Twilight.