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My Wife and Kids (2001 - 2005)

My Wife and Kids (2001 - 2005)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

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72%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

33%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A kind of `Cosby' or `Father Knows Best' for the times, about a trucking-company executive, his wife and their three kids in suburban Connecticut. A steady performer for ABC, `Wife' ranges from issue-oriented to slapstick. It's very much the vision of star Damon Wayans (also a coexecutive producer), who based it in part on his own life, and frequently uses family members as actors, directors and screenwriters.
Creators: Don Reo, Damon Wayans

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Seasons

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2004, ABC, 30 episodes

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2003, ABC, 31 episodes

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2002, ABC, 27 episodes

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2001, ABC, 29 episodes

75%
Critics Consensus: My Wife and Kids delivers the right balance of warmth and edge, even if it leans into some well-worn sitcom tropes.

2001, ABC, 11 episodes

Cast

Damon Wayans
as Michael Kyle
Jazz Raycole
as Claire Kyle
Marlene Forte
as Rosa Lopez
Wendell Pierce
as Dr. Boucher
Noah Gray-Cabey
as Franklin Mumford
Brooklyn Sudano
as Vanessa Scott
Rasta
as Calvin
Phil Reeves
as Dr. Parks
Meagan Good
as Vanessa
Katt Williams
as Bobby Shaw
T.J. Thyne
as Manager
Lou Rawls
as Dr. Rawls
Reesy
as Leilani
Lauren Tom
as Hostess
Jessica Sara
as Melissa
Casey Lee
as Larry
Charlie Dell
as Irving Gold
Jason Stuart
as Dr. Thomas
James Widdoes
as Director
Raven-Symoné
as Charmaine
Anthony Anderson
as Dr. Bouche
Stuart Nixon
as Concession Guy
Terry Rhoads
as Dr. Mason
Maggie Rowe
as Yoga Girl
David Leisure
as Professor Tillman
Peter Kwong
as Eddie Hoo
Carlos Gomez
as Fernando Torres
Patty Ross
as Policewoman
Cindy Lu
as Secretary
Steven Tom
as Announcer
Nick Von Esmarch
as Slobadonnapopovitch
Rich Pierrelous
as Patrick Maguire
Gary Coleman
as Gary Coleman
Miguel A. Núñez Jr.
as Max - Master of Ceremonies
Lina Bouton
as Nina Howie
Bill Cobbs
as Minister
Maria Torres
as Tiffany
Jordi Caballero
as Mr. Roccocco
Doug Banks
as Tom Miller
Maria Torres
as Tiffany
Betty White
as Mrs. Hopkins
Alexander Folk
as Rev. Mayo
Dawn Stern
as Janine
Thea Vidale
as Aunt Evelyn
Kristin Wilson
as Dr. Madison
Serena Williams
as Ms. Johnson
Gedde Watanabe
as Dr. Phil Ling
LeBron James
as LeBron James
Max Alexander
as Bartender
Lise Simms
as First Class Flight Attendant
Joe Plewa
as Father
Chelsea Handler
as Nurse Amy
Gabby Soleil
as Charlotte
Myra Turley
as Coach Flight Attendant
Laura Savery
as Shandray
David Lewison
as Mr. Griggler
Donnell Barrett
as Jason (1040 EZ)
Bill Macy
as Angestellter
Wayne Newton
as Himself
Joe Gieb
as Little Man
Louis Price
as Principal
Fredson Mayiek
as Kenyan Runner
Dawn Ann Billings
as Stevie's Wife
Heather Stone
as Navigational System
Joey Vassallo
as Dr. Tortoni
Saachiko
as Salesperson
David Anthony Higgins
as Alexander Burns
Matthew Waterson
as Actor in Merchant-Ivory Movie
Charnele Brown
as Admitting Nurse
Cleo King
as Nurse
Don Perry
as Old Man
Willie Amakye
as Kenyan Runner
Al Sharpton
as Rev. Al
Rosi Reed
as Annie
Darrel Heath
as Phillip
Lillian Adams
as Old Woman
James Nganga
as Kenyan Runner
Elliot Cho
as Smilin' Willie
Lee Weaver
as Attendant
Jerry Trainor
as Trekkie Bowler
Terry Rhoades
as Dr. Mason
Rolonda Watts
as Evangeline Boudreaux
Linda Kim
as Vivian D. Ho
Jon Polito
as Minister
Dustin Felder
as Man on Crutches
Dom Pomes
as Old Guy
Tony Silva Jr.
as Store Clerk
Kim Coles
as Mrs. Lane
Becky Thyre
as Mrs. Fields
Gloria Le Roy
as Grandmother
Aiko Tanaka
as Flower Lady
Aspen Snow
as Little Girl
Howard Alonzo
as Voice Over
Diane Bliss
as Mrs. Miller
Charles Stevenson
as Grandfather
Joseph Vassallo
as Marcello Roccocco
Joey Plewa
as Father
Lou Richards
as Sports Announcer
Bob Glouberman
as Photographer
Kristen Wilson
as Dr. Cooper Madison
Matthew Waterson
as Actor Voice
Reesey
as Leilani
Ally Maki
as Sasha
Jim Titus
as Delivery Man
Don Pomes
as Old Guy
Free Brooks
as Bailiff
Brent Sexton
as Blue-collar Guy
Andray Johnson
as Michael's Friend
Thom Gossom Jr.
as Judge Garamedian
Joji Yoshida
as Bodysurfer
JD Pardo
as Boy 1
Thea Vidale
as Aunt Evelyn
Bo Barrett
as Streaker Guy
Lou Ferrigno
as Big Guy
Lou Richards
as Sports Announcer
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Mar 28, 2001
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Damon Wayans, Don Reo, Eric L. Gold, David Himelfarb, Dean Lorey, Rob Schiller, Kim Wayans, Andy Cadiff
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