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Year: 2003 | 2004 | 2006


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

22 January 2003
Comedian Dave Chappelle's 1st show! Genuinely outrageous, hilariously ingenious! It's Chappelle at his street-wise best! With funny sketches and live musical numbers.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various
William Bogert ... Kent Wallace
Erin Keefer
Jane Cronin ... Bridgett Wexler

Brian Dykstra ... Jasper

Marty McDonough ... White Supremacist (as J.M. 'Marty' McDonough)

Neal Brennan ... Audience Member in Klan Meeting

Guillermo Díaz ... Popcopy Employee

Michael Rapaport ... Popcopy Employee
Dominique Whitten ... Popcopy Employee

Erin Stutland ... Pop-Locking Girl
Shawn Thomas ... Dancer
Andrea Alton ... Redneck (uncredited)
Linda Rivera Bradt ... (uncredited)
Tim Brennan ... Hip-Hop Fan (uncredited)

Sophina Brown ... Wife (uncredited)
Christopher Christian ... Maitre'D (uncredited)

Brendan Patrick Connor ... Skin Head (uncredited)

Mos Def ... Himself (uncredited)

Travis Guba ... Skinhead (uncredited)

Doug Hurley ... Klan Member (uncredited)

James Ludwig ... Home Stenographer Host (uncredited)
Suzie Moon ... Angry Customer (uncredited)
Josh Perilo ... Man With Travel Stenographer (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Brett Tabisel ... Kid with Travel Stenographer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

29 January 2003
Dave introduces a funny character, who happens to be a crack addict, named Tyrone Biggums. Tyrone visits a school to give an anti-drug speech.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Erin Hill ... Pretty White Girl Singer

Liz Beckham ... Caller #1 (voice)
Adam Sietz ... Caller #2 (voice)

Donnell Rawlings ... Caller #3 (voice)

Athena Karkanis ... Educated Guess Announcer (voice)
Melle Powers ... Dave's Date

Guillermo Díaz ... Defendant
Ross Bickell ... Judge

Veda J. Simpson ... Defense Attorney (as Vida J Simpson)
Susan Greenhill ... Janet Phelps

Mos Def ... Himself - Musical Guest
William Bogert ... Wrap It Up Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Neal Brennan ... Interviewer (voice) (uncredited)

Sophina Brown ... Real Sex Street Interviews Lady (uncredited)

Rusty Cundieff ... Himself (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Eric Silver ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

5 February 2003
A modern take on "It's a Wonderful Life" when Dave plays an 'angel' who shows a girl who curses her big breasts what her life would have been without them. Also a funny parody on the classic "Roots".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Liz Beckham ... Sheila

Fay Wolf ... Sheila's Friend
Michael Collins ... Frank (as Michael C. Collins)
Travis Leung ... Spectator
Patrick Frederic ... Priest
Stephen Largay ... Frank's Assistant
Daniel Pierce ... Spectator
Lyric Marie Benson ... Bride (as Lyric Benson)

Jennifer Mudge ... Bridesmaid
Yoshio Mita ... Asian slave
Fred Owens

Ken Forman ... Cole (as Ken Foreman)
Adam Sietz ... WB Announcer (voice)
Samantha Lucier ... Daughter

Sean Sanders ... Tyler
Prudence Wright Holmes ... Teller

Donnell Rawlings ... Various

Adam Mucci ... Security Guard
Nicholas Wyman ... Ron (as Nick Wyman)
Lynne Wintersteller ... Jessica the QVC Hostess
Angelique Doudnikova ... QVC Model

Talib Kweli ... Himself - Musical Guest
Elizabeth Bank ... Bridesmaid (uncredited)

Todd Barry ... Paul (uncredited)
Eddie Pepitone ... Sheila's Neighbor (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

12 February 2003
Dave goes to new York with Fear Factor's Joe Rogan to award woman for having "N.Y. Boobs".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Donnell Rawlings ... Truck Driver
Katie McGee ... Wendy Mullin

Kelly Taffe ... Woman Getting Reparations

Bob Wiltfong ... Michael Petersen
Ephraim Benton ... Truf.com Spokesman (as Ephraim Bento)

Busta Rhymes ... Himself - Musical Guest
Melle Powers ... Woman in Bed with Dave (uncredited)

Joe Rogan ... Himself (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Spliff Starr ... Himself - Musical Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

19 February 2003
Dave shocks his viewers with laughter with his sketches: "Ask a Black Dude" with Paul Mooney and "Great Moments in Hookup History".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

J. Emerson McGowan ... Bartender
Melle Powers ... Ashley 'Smashly' Evans

Donnell Rawlings ... Jimmy Mackey

Damon Dash ... Himself

Liz Beckham ... Woman in 'Roca-a-Pads' (as Liz Bekham)

Rashida Jones ... Pam

Redman ... Himself

Nancy Meyer ... Woman Cleaning Toilet
Tina Wilson ... Woman with Redman
William Bogert ... Himself (as Bill Bogert)
Michael Cullen ... Sarge
Rachel Siegel ... M'lady

Craig DiFrancia ... Customer

Paul Mooney ... Himself

Fat Joe ... Himself - Musical Guest

Katherine Catanakis ... Sara

Neal Brennan ... Man Sleeping on Plane (uncredited)

Mos Def ... Soldier (uncredited)

Alexis DeLaRosa ... Bar / Club Patron (uncredited)
Sasi Grandoit ... Girl at Bar (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Yvonne Sayers ... Punk Rocker (uncredited)

Michael Silva ... Fast Food Employee (uncredited)

Eric Silver ... Fast Food Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

26 February 2003
Dave does a parody of "The Real World". He imagines it with an all-black cast and one white dude.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various
Randy Pearlstein ... Trailer Announcer (voice)
Melle Powers ... Dave's Mother
Wali Collins ... Doctor (as Wally Collins)

Rusty Cundieff ... Richard Pryor (voice)

Elon Gold ... Eddie Murphy (voice) (as Elan Gold)
James Flaherty ... George W. Bush

Christian Finnegan ... Chad

Donnell Rawlings ... Faze 2

Charles Q. Murphy ... Tyree (as Charlie Murphy)
Tiffany Thompson ... Zondra
Jenn Perkins ... Lisa
Patrick Garner ... Chad's Dad
Amy Garber ... Katie

Craig muMs Grant ... Lysol (as muMs)

Mario Cantone ... Himself
David Broom ... Himself (as David Brooms)

Ato Essandoh ... Extra (uncredited)
Bazaar Royale ... Himself (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Dee Snider ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

5 March 2003
Dave introduces a financial consulting firm created by the Wu-Tang Clan. Plus he gives his "realistic" take on some movie classics such as "The Matrix" and "Pretty Woman".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Sophina Brown ... Gina Morris

Jeanette McMahon ... Denisha 'Bear' Bryant
Natalie Edwards ... Carol Dietrich
James Riemer ... Edward Lewis / Neo

RZA ... Himself
The GZA ... Himself
Amanda Serkasevich ... Vivian Ward
Rita Pietropinto ... Reporter

Robert Harrington ... Qui-Gon Jinn
Christopher Franciosa ... Jarth Mader
Jonathan Corbett ... Star Wars Geek
Bryan Olsen ... Star Trek Geek

Paul Mooney ... Himself
Killer Mike ... Himself - Musical Guest

Neal Brennan ... Himself (uncredited)

Stephen King ... Himself (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

12 March 2003
Dave's funny crack addict, Tyrone Biggums, returns in a funny skit. Plus Dave takes a look at racism among Hollywood's top animal stars.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Daniel Stephen ... Sam
Amanda Naughton ... Molly

Guillermo Díaz ... Scarface

Jim Breuer ... Brian
Michael Isaiah Johnson ... Kid in Elevator

Hannah Dalton ... Woman in Elevator
Brian Smiar ... James 'Skank' Scanton
William Bogert ... Kent Wallace (as Bill Bogert)
Ken Krugman ... (voice)
Rita Frazier ... Henrietta Thomas

Mos Def ... Anonymous Actor

Rusty Cundieff ... Ystur Feidnuc D.D.S.
Melle Powers ... Young Henrietta Thomas

Donnell Rawlings ... Man in Pool
Chase Nosworthy ... Flipper's Trainer
Randy Pearlstein ... Various

Patrick Collins ... Intervention Counselor

Cherene Snow ... Rhonda

Robert Arthur Wilson ... Rob (as Rob Wilson)

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... Harold (as Isiah Whitlock)
Cheryl Gaysunas ... Janet

Remy K. Selma ... Middle Eastern Postal Worker
Slum Village ... Themselves - Musical Guest

Bobb'e J. Thompson ... Kid in Elevator

Neal Brennan ... Stage Director (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

19 March 2003
Dave stars in his own video game. He also introduces "The Playa's Hater's Club". Plus his take on Japanese Monster Movies with "Blackzilla".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various
Cindy Katz ... HBO Announcer (voice)

Charles Q. Murphy ... Buc Nasty (as Charlie Murphy)

Patrice O'Neal ... Pit Bull
Rich Vos ... White Playa Hater

Ice-T ... Himself
Yoshio Mita ... Various

Miou ... Japanese Woman (as Miyuki Mariyama)
Troi Torain ... Himself (as Starr)
Tsuyoshi Kondo ... Japanese Man
Randy Pearlstein ... Man in Video Game
Donyale McRae ... Himself
The Roots ... Themselves - Musical Guest

Neal Brennan ... Himself (uncredited)
Maurice Jamal ... Himself (uncredited)

Jorjeana Marie ... Beautiful's Girl (uncredited)
Melle Powers ... Dave's Wife (uncredited)

Donnell Rawlings ... Beautiful (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Himself - Announcer (uncredited)

Sakura Sugihara ... Japanese Scientist (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Episode #1.10

26 March 2003
Dave does his "version" of R. Kelly's infamous video. Dave also does his "take" on the movie "Deep Impact" and the inner city gang wars of the 80's.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Ed Fry ... Jeff Frankel (as Ed Frye)

Mos Def ... Gen. Cornrow Wallace

Bob Wiltfong ... Reporter
Carolyn Ditmars ... Paula
Cynthia Ditmars ... Paula
Christine Ditmars ... Paula

Paul Mooney ... Himself
The GZA ... Himself - Musical Guest (as GZA)

Patrick Collins ... White Guy (uncredited)
Patrick Garner ... White Guy (uncredited)

Vida Guerra ... Dancer (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Dee Snider ... Himself (uncredited)
Keith Walsh ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

2 April 2003
Dave riffs on 50 Cent's latest album and reprises "Turn my Headphones Up." Skit spoofing the Make a Wish Foundation.The "Magic Camera" skit. Musical guest De La Soul.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Funkmaster Flex ... Himself

Donnell Rawlings ... Various
Greer Barnes ... Fisticuffs Fan
Nancy Ringham ... Billy's Mom
Nolan Tuffy ... Billy
Sam Chan ... Shopkeeper

Carson Daly ... Himself
Maurice Jamal ... Charlie
Zu-Baydah ... Ann
Randy John Rowe Jr. ... Bouncer (as Randy Rowe)

Bunny Levine ... Last Person Dave Had Sex With
Derrick Williams ... Guy Waiting in Line
Joshua Elrod ... Guy on Ecstasy Waiting in Line (as Josh Elrod)

Jama Williamson ... Girl Waiting In Line
P.A. Pacemaster Mase ... Himself - Musical Guest (as De La Soul)
Posdnous ... Himself - Musical Guest (as De La Soul)
Trugoy The Dove ... Himself - Musical Guest (as De La Soul)
Country ... Studio Engineer
Yummy Bingham ... Herself (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Big Tigger ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

9 April 2003
"Trading Spouses" skit: black husband/father and white husband/father swap families. Also: a spoof-sponsor's commercial for "O'Dweeds Non-Intoxicating" marijuana. Musical guest "BlackStar" (featuring Mos Def & Talib Kweli).

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Sophina Brown ... Mother
Duane Littles ... Jamaican Man
Irma St. Paule ... Martha (as Irma St. Paul)

Barney Fitzpatrick ... Police Officer
Randy Pearlstein ... O'Dweed's Announcer (voice)

Phyllis Somerville ... Old Lady #2

Donnell Rawlings ... Crowd Member
Rudy Rush ... Various
Melle Powers ... Sharron Washington

Tina Benko ... Katie Jacobson
Jelani Jeffries ... T-Mart Washington

Karyn Quackenbush ... Trading Spouses Host

Mick Hazen ... Jeffrey Jacobson (as Mick Hazel)

Gillien Goll ... Therapist Judy

Mos Def ... Himself - Musical Guest (as Black Star)

Talib Kweli ... Himself - Musical Guest (as Black Star)
Wali Collins ... Deadbeat Dad (uncredited)

Rick Crom ... Boss (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)

Natalie Howe ... Wilt Chamberlain Girl (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Crowd Member (uncredited)

Charles Q. Murphy ... Weed Smoker (uncredited)
Bryan Olsen ... Man with Knife (uncredited)

John Weigand ... Bowler with Toupee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Best of Chappelle's Show: Volume 1 Mixtape

16 April 2003
"PopCopy" training videos instruct employees on the finer points of customer abuse. "Found footage" of Nat King Cole behaving badly towards women. "Home Stenographer" commercial. The black and blind KKK leader who thinks he's a white man.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various (also archive footage)

50 Cent ... Himself

Liz Beckham ... Woman in 'Roca-Pads' (archive footage)
William Bogert ... Kent Wallace (archive footage)

Neal Brennan ... Various (archive footage)

Sophina Brown ... Real Sex Street Interviews Lady (archive footage)
Jane Cronin ... Bridgett Wexler (archive footage)

Hannah Dalton ... Woman in Elevator (archive footage)

Damon Dash ... Himself (archive footage)

Mos Def ... Gen. Cornrow Wallace (archive footage)

Brian Dykstra ... Jasper (archive footage)

Guillermo Díaz ... Defendant (archive footage)
The GZA ... Himself (archive footage)
Michael Isaiah Johnson ... Kid in Elevator (archive footage)

Rashida Jones ... Pam (archive footage)
Erin Keefer ... Prudence Bigsby (archive footage)
Kenyon Martin ... Himself

Marty McDonough ... White Supremacist (archive footage)
Melle Powers ... Dave's Date (archive footage)

Chris Rock ... Himself

RZA ... Himself (archive footage)

Veda J. Simpson ... Defense Attorney (archive footage)

James Sampson ... Juror (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Best of Chappelle's Show: Volume 2 Mixtape

16 July 2003


Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Mike D ... Himself

Carson Daly ... Himself

David Alan Grier ... Himself

Wanda Sykes ... Herself

Neal Brennan ... Himself (uncredited)

James Sampson ... Race campaigner (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

21 January 2004
Dave debuts Samuel Jackson beer, shows us how much cooler life would be if everything were in slow motion and reveals the latest picks in "The Racial Draft".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Bill Burr ... Various
Jonathan Corbett ... Waiter
Ken Kliban ... Businessman #1
Randy Pearlstein ... Various
The GZA ... Himself (as GZA)
Angie Martinez ... Latino Delegation Rep

Mos Def ... Rondell, Black Delegation Rep
Robert Petkoff ... Himself
Ed Rubeo ... Jewish Delegation Rep

RZA ... Himself
Henry Yuk ... Asian Delegation Rep

Rebecca Edmonston ... Herself - Smoker

Neal Brennan ... Guy in the Club (uncredited)
Dioncio Chambers ... Guy in the Club (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)

Melissa Gonzalez ... Club Girl (uncredited)

Takako Haywood ... Tiger Woods' Mom / Ms. Kim (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Andrea Lin ... Laundromat Slow-Motion Girl (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Gloria Velez ... Blonde in the Club (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

28 January 2004
Dave plays the watermelon-shooting Black Gallagher and introduces the Niggar Family; Paul Mooney guest stars as "Negrodamus." Musical guest DMX.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various
Anthony Berry ... Man on the Street
Marina Franklin ... Girl Insulting Calvin #1
Aliya Campbell ... Girl Insulting Calvin #2
Geany Masai ... Miss Harvey
Maurice Jamal ... WacArnold's Announcer (voice)
Greer Barnes ... Thug

Charles Q. Murphy ... Thug (as Charlie Murphy)

N'Bushe Wright ... Calvin's Girlfriend

Donnell Rawlings ... Thug

Paul Mooney ... Negrodamus
Dan Ziskie ... Frank Niggar
Margo Skinner ... Emily Niggar
Johnny Pruitt ... Tim Niggar
Geoffrey Dawe ... Mr. Halsted

DMX ... Himself - Musical Guest

Rebecca Edmonston ... Herself - Customer

Neal Brennan ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Sophina Brown ... Clifton's Wife (uncredited)

Michael Carbonaro ... WacArnold's Manager (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)
Lynly Ehrlich ... Jenny Halsted (uncredited)
Jennifer Holguin ... Mrs. Wetback (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Rene Millan ... Mr. Wetback (uncredited)
Bryan Olsen ... Negrodamus Audience Member (uncredited)

Blaire Reinhard ... Negrodamus Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Bazaar Royale ... Himself (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Swizz Beatz ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Episode #2.3

4 February 2004
Dave explores the myth that white people can't dance and charts his own emotional growth at ages 18, 24, and 30; musical performance by John Mayer & Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

John Mayer ... Himself

Ahmir-Khalib Thompson ... Himself (as Ahmir '?Questlove' Thompson)
Justin Alba ... (uncredited)

Jivelle Callender ... Sharona (uncredited)
B.J. Clinkscales ... Barber Shop Patron (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)
Kyle Grooms ... Barber Shop Patron (uncredited)

Vida Guerra ... Stripper (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Amir Ali Said ... Dave's Son (uncredited)

Scott Tatman ... Board Room Exec. (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Episode #2.4

11 February 2004
Dave introduces The Love Contract and the first of Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories featuring Rick James. Musical guest Ludacris.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Rashida Jones ... Woman in 'Love Contract'

Charles Q. Murphy ... Himself (as Charlie Murphy)

Rick James ... Himself

Ludacris ... Himself - Musical Guest

Neal Brennan ... Himself (voice) (uncredited)

Marisa DeVonish ... Woman At Bar (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)

Rob Findlay ... Guy in Michael Jackson Jacket (uncredited)
Ashlee Rose Gaughan ... Rick James Flasher (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Donnell Rawlings ... Charlie's Friend (uncredited)
Rudy Rush ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Jackeem Sellers ... Cockeyed Bodyguard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Episode #2.5

18 February 2004
Charlie Murphy reveals another True Hollywood Story featuring Prince, and Paul Mooney answers life's biggest questions as "Negrodamus." Cee-Lo performs "Call Me".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Jonathan Walker ... Charles Jeffries

Bill Burr ... Detective
Malcolm Ingram ... Judge Franklin

Paul Mooney ... Negrodamus

Charles Q. Murphy ... Himself (as Charlie Murphy)

CeeLo Green ... Himself - Musical Guest (as Cee-Lo)

Raushanah Simmons ... Prince's Girl

Rick Crom ... Defense Attorney (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Dante Nero ... Audience member (uncredited)
Scott David Nogi ... Assistant DA (uncredited)

Donnell Rawlings ... Charlie's Friend / Announcer (uncredited)

Blaire Reinhard ... Negrodamus Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Todd Womack ... Man in Audience (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Episode #2.6

25 February 2004
Dave considers what life is like for rap sensation Lil' John and imagines how sleazy the internet would look if it were a place. Anthony Hamilton preforms "Comin' From Where I'm From".

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Geneva Carr ... Airline Employee

Ron Jeremy ... Himself
Lisby Larson ... Theresa Roddy
Brian Christopher ... Narrator (voice)

Martha Elliott ... Granny
Tomi Townsend ... Tanesha Bradley (as Toni Townsend)

Anthony Hamilton ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dimitri Meskouris ... Internet Porn Pop-Up
Anthony Berry ... Various (uncredited)

Mark Charran ... Rioter (uncredited)

Tony DeSean ... Rioter (uncredited)
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)
Ronald L. Hysten ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Lil' Jon ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)
Bryan Olsen ... Internet Music Guy (uncredited)

Donnell Rawlings ... Chris / Announcer (uncredited)

Blaire Reinhard ... Lil' Jon Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Rob Riggle ... Debt Consolidation Pop-Up (uncredited)
Elizabeth Santos ... Lizzie (uncredited)

Jamel Scott ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Gloria Velez ... Debra (uncredited)

Kris Wheeler ... Rioter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Episode #2.7

3 March 2004
Dave broadcasts the World Series of Dice and spends another moment in the life of Lil' John; musical performance by Common & Kanye West.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Rick Crom ... Doctor

Jim Breuer ... Brian (as Jim Bruer)

Guillermo Díaz ... Scarface

Paul Mooney ... Himself
Selena Lorenz ... Herself
Allison Walton ... Herself

Eddie Griffin ... Grits 'n Gravy

Bill Burr ... Himself
Robert Petkoff ... Himself
Yoshio Mita ... Phyuck Yiu

Charles Q. Murphy ... Rodney 'Quills' Dinkins (as Charlie Murphy)

Donnell Rawlings ... Ashy Larry / Announcer
Brian Christopher ... Narrator (voice)

Common ... Himself - Musical Guest
Erickka Jones ... Keisha (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Blaire Reinhard ... Drug Commercial Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Kanye West ... Himself - Musical Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

10 March 2004
Dave hosts his new game show "I Know Black People," with another installment of "When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong"; musical performance by Erykah Badu.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various
Linda Doherty ... Herself
Trish Minogue ... Herself
Rob Frow ... Himself
Mark D. Naison ... Himself - Professor of African-American Studies (as Mark Maison)
Tito Jomarron ... Himself
Richard Park ... Himself
Bryan H. Tucker ... Himself (as Bryan Tucker)
Dioncio Chambers ... Himself
Brian Christopher ... Narrator (voice)
Quincy Tyler Bernstine ... Brenda Johnson / Rounds (as Quincy Tyler-Bernstine)

Erykah Badu ... Herself - Musical Guest
Greer Barnes ... Jamal (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)
Melle Powers ... Janice (uncredited)
Dominique Whitten ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

17 March 2004
Dave imagines life as Oprah's baby's daddy and shares his experience as a jury member on the OJ Simpson trial; musical performance by Wyclef Jean.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various
Kadene Kerr ... Oprah Winfrey
Yoshio Mita ... Bruce Lee's Brother

Lee R. Sellars ... Frank Felman (as Lee Sellars)

Arsenio Hall ... Himself

Anthony Anderson ... Himself
Alexandra Gizela ... Dave's Wife
Priscilla Shanks ... Prosecutor #4

Gene Jones ... Prosecutor #3

Tuck Milligan ... Prosecutor #2

Wyclef Jean ... Himself - Musical Guest
Lenny Wolpe ... Prosecutor #1

Neal Brennan ... Himself (uncredited)

Pete Brown ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Sonora Chase ... Baby Nurse (uncredited)
Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis ... Himself (uncredited)

Martha Elliott ... R. Kelly's Grandma (uncredited)

Takako Haywood ... Karaoke Singer (uncredited)

Charles Jang ... Karaoke Friend (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Andrea Lin ... Chong LI (uncredited)

Charles Q. Murphy ... Himself (uncredited)
Randy Pearlstein ... Himself (uncredited)

Donnell Rawlings ... Himself (uncredited)
Sally Rowe ... Herself (uncredited)

Dori Russell ... Party Goer (uncredited)
Morgan Sabia ... Himself (uncredited)

Ahmir-Khalib Thompson ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)

John Weigand ... Baby Dr. Phil (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Episode #2.10

24 March 2004
Dave takes a closer look at the Diddy-driven show "Making da Band" and premieres his new puppet show Kneehigh Park; musical performance by Snoop Dogg.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Q-Tip ... Himself
Michael Isaiah Johnson ... Kneehigh Park Kid
Chloe Hyman ... Kneehigh Park Kid
Ryan Metzger ... Kneehigh Park Kid

Mark Indelicato ... Kneehigh Park Kid
Alexandra Lowcher ... Kneehigh Park Kid
Craig Euston ... Kneehigh Park Kid
Kaitlyn Allen ... Kneehigh Park Kid

Snoop Dogg ... Himself - Musical Guest / Voice of Dangle

Charles Q. Murphy ... Stinky (voice)
Randy Pearlstein ... Randy / Voice of Herpes

Bill Burr ... Billy

Donnell Rawlings ... Donnell

Wyclef Jean ... Himself
Lynese 'Babs' Wiley ... Herself (as Babs)
Rodney 'Chopper' Hill ... Himself (as Chopper)
Lloyd 'Ness' Mathis ... Himself (as Ness)

Sara Stokes ... Herself (as Sara)

Neal Brennan ... Crab (voice) (uncredited)
Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis ... Himself (uncredited)

Michael D. Fuller ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

The Bishop Don Magic Juan ... Himself (uncredited)

Blaire Reinhard ... Cat Puppet (voice) (uncredited)

Ahmir-Khalib Thompson ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Episode #2.11

31 March 2004
Dave reveals his greatest misses. Previously unaired sketches that did not work.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Sally Jessy Raphael ... Herself

Mos Def ... Himself / Musical Guest
William Bogert ... Kent Wallace (as Bill Bogart)
Randy Pearlstein ... Gay KKK Member

Donnell Rawlings ... Beautiful

Charles Q. Murphy ... Buc Nasty (as Charlie Murphy)
Yoshio Mita ... Mr. Roboto
Anthony Berry ... Holla Man
Freeway ... Himself - Musical Guest

Blaire Reinhard ... Commercial Announcer (voice)

Kanye West ... Himself - Musical Guest
Greer Barnes ... Various Characters (uncredited)

Cate Beehan ... Katelyn (uncredited)
Ephraim Benton ... Ronald (uncredited)
Kyle Grooms ... Ricky Blazer (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Marty McDonough ... Slave Master (uncredited)

Matt Oberg ... Gay Butcher (uncredited)

Joe Rosario ... Motor Vehicle Clerk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Episode #2.12

7 April 2004
Wayne Brady replaces Dave on his own show and takes him for a menacing ride, also Tyrone Biggums returns as a guest on Fear Factor.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Big Boi ... Himself

Nick Cannon ... Himself

Joe Rogan ... Himself
Alexandra Gizela ... Rita
Daniel Marzollo ... Jeff
Alison Saltz ... Amy

Wayne Brady ... Himself - Host
Jonathan Corbett ... Police Officer

Donnell Rawlings ... Man Outside Club

Neal Brennan ... Himself (uncredited)

Catherine A. Callahan ... Girl Getting into Club (uncredited)
Deanna George ... Wayne Brady's Hooker (uncredited)
Alix Jean-Francois ... Bodyguard (uncredited)
Jessi Klein ... Herself (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Amir Ali Said ... Dave's Son (uncredited)
Lou Wallach ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Episode #2.13

14 April 2004
Dave considers how recent events would have played out if President Bush were black and spends another moment in the life of Lil' John.

Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Tuck Milligan ... Phillip Holston

John Joseph Gallagher ... Police Officer

John C. Vennema ... Justice Johnson

Lil' Jon ... Himself

Jamie Foxx ... Black Tony Blair

Mos Def ... Black Head of the CIA
Anthony Berry ... Some Black Dude

Big Boi ... Himself - Musical Guest

Donnell Rawlings ... Black Bush Cabinet Member

Sleepy Brown ... Himself - Musical Guest
DJ Cipha Sounds ... Himself - D.J. (uncredited)
Maurice Jamal ... Reporter (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)
Crazy Legs ... Himself (uncredited)

Charles Q. Murphy ... Various (uncredited)
Robert Petkoff ... Reporter (uncredited)

Blaire Reinhard ... Lil' Jon Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Shaka Smith ... Cameraman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Best of Chappelle's Show: Season 2, Volume 1

21 April 2004


Dave Chappelle ... Various (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 15: Music Jump-Off

27 April 2004


Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Erykah Badu ... Herself

Big Boi ... Himself

Vernon Campbell ... Dave's Bodyguard (voice)

Snoop Dogg ... Himself

The Bishop Don Magic Juan ... Himself (as Don The Bishop Magic Juan)

Talib Kweli ... Himself

John Legend ... Himself

John Mayer ... Himself

Dori Russell ... Arsenio Halls Date

Ahmir-Khalib Thompson ... Himself (as Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson)

Wayne Brady ... Himself (uncredited)

Sleepy Brown ... Himself (uncredited)

Emmi Grullon ... News Reporter (uncredited)

Shareef McIntosh ... Extra (uncredited)

Kevin Witt ... Federal Agent (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Best of Chappelle's Show: Season 2, Volume 2 (except Rick James)

3 May 2004


Dave Chappelle ... Himself - Host / Various

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Episode #3.1

9 July 2006
Dave's got a big new contract and sets out to get revenge on all those who have wronged him, while everyone else tries to charge him more money for everything now that he's rich.

Dave Chappelle ... Various

Charles Q. Murphy ... Himself - Host / Various (as Charlie Murphy)

Donnell Rawlings ... Himself - Host / Various / Announcer

Spike Lee ... Himself
Greer Barnes ... Guy in the Club (uncredited)

Neal Brennan ... Himself (uncredited)

Vernon Campbell ... Dave's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Ronnie Farer ... Jerry Jacobs (uncredited)

Elon Gold ... Steve Barker (uncredited)
Nadir Hasan ... Dave's Club Friend (uncredited)
Michael Isaiah Johnson ... Oscar (uncredited)

Tim Kang ... Car Wash Manager (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)
Duane Littles ... Barber (uncredited)
Tina Lorraine ... Dancer (uncredited)

Tanda Mercer ... Club Dancer (uncredited)

Nicolle Rochelle ... Shonda (uncredited)

Amir Ali Said ... Dave's Son (uncredited)

Ahmir-Khalib Thompson ... D.J. (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Episode #3.2

16 July 2006
Dave screams his way across the campaign trail as Howard Dean, gets into a fight as Gary Coleman, and tries to ignore the racial stereotype pixies that follow him everywhere he goes.

Dave Chappelle ... Various

Charles Q. Murphy ... Himself - Host (as Charlie Murphy)

Donnell Rawlings ... Himself - Host / Announcer

Charles Barkley ... Himself

Marla Gibbs ... Herself

Guillermo Díaz ... Customer

Charo ... Herself
Yoshio Mita ... Himself

La La Anthony ... Herself (as LaLa Vazquez)

Dimitri Meskouris ... Auto body Shop Salesman
Alf ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Greer Barnes ... White Guy's Friend (uncredited)
Dick Cheney ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Crystal Cotton ... Gary Coleman Fan (uncredited)
Howard Dean ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mos Def ... Banjo Player (uncredited)
Kyle Grooms ... White Guy's friend (uncredited)

Gerold Robinson Jr. ... Trampoline kid #1 (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)

Skinner Myers ... Himself (uncredited)

Ying Yang Twins ... Themselves (archive footage) (uncredited)

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... Store manager (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Episode #3.3

23 July 2006
Dave finally gets his chance to meet the great and powerful Show Business, and introduces us to a group of monsters victimized by discrimination.

Dave Chappelle ... Various

Charles Q. Murphy ... Himself - Host / Frankenstein (as Charlie Murphy)

Donnell Rawlings ... Himself - Host / The Mummy

Russell Simmons ... Himself

Bill Boggs ... Jack Championship

Susan Sarandon ... Herself

Melle Mel ... Himself
Amanda Ramirez ... Restaurant Patron
Greer Barnes ... Dave's Friend (uncredited)

Rick Crom ... SWAT Team Leader (uncredited)

Onika Day ... Party Girl #1 (uncredited)

Cynthia Foster ... Frankenstein's Co-Worker (uncredited)

Takako Haywood ... Sweatshop Worker (uncredited)

Tim Kang ... Mummy's Probation Officer (uncredited)
Karl Lake ... Robot Dancer (uncredited)
Chris LaPanta ... Swat Team Officer (uncredited)
Bryan Olsen ... Scared Office Worker (uncredited)

Orfeh ... Showbusiness' Secretary (uncredited)
Randy Pearlstein ... Frankenstein's Co-Worker (uncredited)

Germir Robinson ... Basketball Kid (uncredited)

Amanda Rowan ... Wolf Man's Girlfriend (uncredited)

Lee R. Sellars ... Show Business (uncredited)
Nicholas Wyman ... Frankenstein's Boss (uncredited)

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