The Cast of "Will & Grace"

Guest Cast – Season 7

Shelley Morrison as Rosario Salazar
Rosario Salazar
Shelley Morrison

Rosario is Karen's feisty Salvadoran maid. She married Jack to get her green card; the two lived in the help's quarters of Karen and Stan's penthouse until Rosario divorced Jack to be with Gardener.

Episodes [50]: 01.22, 02.01, 02.02, 02.05, 02.12, 02.17, 02.18, 02.23, 03.01, 03.02, 03.03, 03.08, 03.11, 03.15, 03.22, 04.01, 04.04, 04.07, 04.08, 04.09, 04.13, 04.16, 04.25, 05.02, 05.06, 05.08, 05.09, 05.10, 05.16, 05.18, 05.22, 05.23, 05.24, 06.01, 06.14, 06.15, 06.16, 06.17, 06.22, 06.23, 07.04, 07.05, 07.11, 07.13, 07.14, 07.16, 07.17, 07.19, 07.22, 07.23

Shelley Morrison became a regular cast member in Season 3.

Alec Baldwin as Malcolm Widmark
Malcolm Widmark
Alec Baldwin

Malcolm lures Will into working for him. When Will becomes suspicous, Malcolm claims to be a government agent working with an old friend — Stanley Walker.

Episodes [2]: 07.22, 07.23

Mathew Botuchis as Dave
Mathew Botuchis

Dave is a secretary at Out TV. The executives (i.e., Jack) tease him because he is straight. Jack's nickname for him is "Elizabeth."

Episodes [5]: 07.03, 07.04, 07.17, 07.22, 07.23

John Ducey as Jamie
John Ducey

Jamie is a producer at Out TV, where he works with Jack to come up with mediocre programming that appeals to a tiny niche market.

Episodes [4]: 07.09, 07.20, 07.22, 07.23

Eric Stoltz as Tom Cassidy
Tom Cassidy
Eric Stoltz

Tom is an old college boyfriend of Grace's. After he and his new wife bought a hotel in Manhattan, he asked Grace to decorate it. After all these years, Tom discovers he still has feelings for Grace.

Episodes [2]: 07.22, 07.23

Leslie Jordan as Beverley Leslie
Beverley Leslie
Leslie Jordan

After trying to steal Rosario and then showing up at the Walker's annual Valentine's weekend to taunt Karen for being alone, Karen's arch-rival showed up at the HRC gala with "business associate" Benji and tried to outbid her in the silent auction. He was in Vegas for Karen's wedding and confessed to Will that Karen Walker was "the one who got away." His rich wife Crystal finally passed in 2005.

Episodes [7]: 03.14, 04.15, 05.17, 06.03, 06.23, 07.15, 07.22

Brian A. Setzer as Benji
Brian A. Setzer

Benji was Beverley Leslie's longtime "business associate". Beverley replaced "Original Benji" with "New Benji" because he was too old.

Episodes [3]: 05.17, 07.15, 07.22

Extra Brian A. Setzer was uncredited for the role of Benji until episode #7.22. He didn't speak until #8.07.

Seth Green as Randall Finn
Randall Finn
Seth Green

Randall is a spoiled former child star who starred in the series "Small Boy Robot." Out TV brought him on to be the host of a new talk show produced by Jack.

Episodes [1]: 07.22

Blythe Danner as Marilyn Truman
Marilyn Truman
Blythe Danner

Will's mother, married to George Truman. They have three sons: Sam, Paul, and Will (her favorite). George and Marilyn decided to divorce in 2002. After the divorce became final in 2003, she became depressed and moved in with Will. After spraining her ankle, she was forced to stay with Will for a couple more weeks. In 2004, she invited Grace to her house for a tea party and Grace broke her favorite Lladro figurine.

Episodes [8]: 04.09, 04.18, 06.03, 06.04, 06.06, 06.21, 07.11, 07.21

Emily Rutherfurd as Joanne
Emily Rutherfurd

Joanne was the star pupil in Jack's acting class. After Jack teaches her to be an "attractress," she gets her first part in a toothpaste commercial. With Jack's help, she has become a TV commercial actress for products such as Imodium-AD, Monostat 7....

Episodes [4]: 05.07, 05.19, 06.04, 07.21

Jon Fleming as Russell
Jon Fleming

Russell was a student in Jack's acting class. During class, Jack always managed to get Russell's shirt off.

Episodes [4]: 05.07, 05.19, 06.04, 07.21

Stacy Keach as Wendell Schacter
Wendell Schacter
Stacy Keach

Wendell was a former student of Jack's acting class. When Jack abandoned the class, Wendell took over teaching The McFarland Method to his students.

Episodes [1]: 07.21

Debbie Reynolds as Bobbi Adler
Bobbi Adler
Debbie Reynolds

Bobbi is Grace's critical, over the top, poker-playing, match-making, show girl mother. Bobbi is married to Martin Adler, and they have three daughters: Janet (the oldest), Grace and Joyce.

Episodes [8]: 01.13, 02.05, 03.08, 04.09, 05.08, 05.09, 06.10, 07.20

Lee Majors as Burt Wolfe
Burt Wolfe
Lee Majors

Burt Wolfe is one of Martin Adler's friends and golfing buddies. He's a semi-retired dry cleaner. He likes to spy on Grace through binoculars.

Episodes [1]: 07.20

Christopher Gartin as Desmond
Christopher Gartin

Desmond is an actor hired by Out TV to appear on "Pink'd" as Will's date. He pretended to be blind.

Episodes [1]: 07.20

Alan Arkin as Martin Adler
Martin Adler
Alan Arkin

Martin is Grace's joking father. He is married to Bobbi Adler, and they have three daughters: Janet (the oldest), Grace and Joyce. He missed Grace's wedding when he threw his back out.

Episodes [1]: 07.20

Sharon Stone as Dr. Georgia Keller
Dr. Georgia Keller
Sharon Stone

Dr. Keller is Will's new therapist, tough but good. She wrote a book on seasonal affective disorder and New York Magazine named her one of the city's Top 75 therapists.

Episodes [1]: 07.19

Dennis Satterfield as Nester
Dennis Satterfield

Nester was one of Dr. Keller's patients. He has problems with fire.

Episodes [1]: 07.19

Phil Morris as Dr. Norman
Dr. Norman
Phil Morris

Dr. Norman is Karen's optometrist, who fits her with the devil goggles.

Episodes [1]: 07.19

Leigh-Allyn Baker as Ellen
Leigh-Allyn Baker

Ellen is Grace's friend and was also her college roommate. She often comes over for dinner and games with her husband, Rob. Rob and Ellen haven't been seen much since they got married and moved to New Jersey. Ellen had a baby boy in 2002, and by 2005 had three children.

Episodes [15]: 01.01, 01.10, 01.18, 01.21, 02.01, 02.03, 02.19, 03.08, 04.16, 04.17, 05.08, 05.09, 05.15, 05.16, 07.18

Charles C. Stevenson Jr as Smitty
Charles C. Stevenson Jr

Smitty is a bartender at Karen's favorite bar. His stories of woe always put a smile on her face.

Episodes [3]: 04.25, 05.19, 07.18

Ed Burns as Nick
Ed Burns

Nick is a greeting card writer Grace accidentally meets on Valentine's Day.

Episodes [3]: 07.15, 07.16, 07.17

Stuart Townsend as Edward
Stuart Townsend

Edward was Stanley Walker's pastry chef. Will convinced Karen that she should fire him to save money, but Will couldn't resist him or his tasty treats — and neither could Karen. After Karen and Will found out he was also sexing Rosario, they were going to fire him.

Episodes [1]: 07.17

Luke Perry as Aaron
Luke Perry

Aaron is a "hot gay nerd" who likes bird-watching.

Episodes [1]: 07.16

Jeff Goldblum as Scott Woolley
Scott Woolley
Jeff Goldblum

Scott Woolley seeks revenge against Karen for humiliating him in high school by trying to take over Walker Inc., but then realized he was really in love with her.

Episodes [3]: 07.12, 07.14, 07.15

Patti LuPone as Patti LuPone
Patti LuPone
Patti LuPone

The Tony award-winning actress, famous for playing "Evita" on Broadway.

Episodes [1]: 07.14

Bobby Cannavale as Vince D'Angelo
Vince D'Angelo
Bobby Cannavale

Will meets Vince by coincidence when Vince stops Will and Karen for speeding. Vince is friends with Joe and Larry, and they have been trying to set up Will and Vince for years. Will and Vince soon began dating.

Episodes [9]: 06.18, 06.19, 06.20, 07.02, 07.05, 07.07, 07.10, 07.12, 07.13

Jamie Kaler as Gary
Jamie Kaler

Gary is an attorney at the Law Offices of Doucette and Stein. He accuses Will of kissing Mr. Stein's ass, while also playing tennis with the partners behind Will's back. His wife's name is Nicole. He competed with Will for a promotion to partner in 2005.

Episodes [4]: 05.06, 05.23, 07.12, 07.13

Lily Tomlin as Margot
Lily Tomlin

Margot is the new senior partner at Will's law firm. She invites the three candidates for partner (Will, Gary, Roz) to her house for dinner. She promotes Will to partner; Gary and Roz go home devastated.

Episodes [1]: 07.13

Rachel Quaintance as Roz
Rachel Quaintance

An attorney at the Law Offices of Doucette and Stein. Accusses Will of kissing Mr. Stein's ass. She was up for partner in 2005, but Margot turned her down after Roz's husband Glenn told everyone Roz was pregnant.

Episodes [2]: 05.06, 07.13

Buck Henry as Leonard
Buck Henry

Margot invites Grace to meet Leonard, without telling Grace that Leonard is her husband. He likes to be spanked.

Episodes [1]: 07.13

Will Schaub as Dennis
Will Schaub

The manager of the grocery store where Vince worked after getting fired from the police force. Grace and Jack thought Vince was cheating on Will with Dennis. Dennis fired Vince after Vince cussed him out.

Episodes [1]: 07.12

Kari Lizer as Connie
Kari Lizer

Connie is an administrative assistant at the offices of Doucette and Stein, and works with Will. Seemingly oblivious to the fact that Will is gay, Connie has the hots for him and usually ends up putting her foot in her mouth when she talks to him.

Episodes [5]: 04.03, 05.06, 05.19, 06.13, 07.11

Kari Lizer is one of the show's writer/producers.

Hallee Hirsh as Olivia Walker
Olivia Walker
Hallee Hirsh

Olivia is Stanley Walker's daughter from his first wife, Carol. She visits her step-mother Karen over Christmas break.

Episodes [1]: 07.11

Lee Garlington as Annette D'Angelo
Annette D'Angelo
Lee Garlington

Annette is Vince's mother. Will took Annette shopping and had her wear a pair of heels. She fell and broke her toe. She is initially very hard on Will until she finds out that they are in love.

Episodes [1]: 07.10

Marissa Matrone as Aunt Angie
Aunt Angie
Marissa Matrone

Vince's Aunt Angie. She hooks Karen up with some generic OxyContin.

Episodes [1]: 07.10

Robert Costanzo as Paul D'Angelo
Paul D'Angelo
Robert Costanzo

Paul is Vince's father. He is a New York firefighter.

Episodes [1]: 07.10

Jamie-Lynn DiScala as Ro D'Angelo
Ro D'Angelo
Jamie-Lynn DiScala

Ro is Vince's sister. She was engaged to Matt, until she told Jack she was a lesbian and Will outed her on Thanksgiving.

Episodes [1]: 07.10

Josh Keaton as Salvatore
Josh Keaton

Sal is Vince's 16-year-old cousin. He is his Aunt Angie's son. He made out with both Karen and Grace on Thanksgiving.

Episodes [1]: 07.10

Sam Pancake as Jimmy
Sam Pancake

Jimmy works at Out TV with Jack. Jimmy makes fun of Jack's Cher doll.

Episodes [2]: 07.04, 07.09

Victor Garber as Peter Bovington
Peter Bovington
Victor Garber

Peter appeared in a 70's TV commercial for hot cocoa as a 4-inch devil perched on the shoulder of Gabe Kaplan. His catch phrase "It's Sinfully Delicious" type cast him for the rest of his career. Jack and Karen spot him working at the Peninsula Hotel and Karen convinces him to be the spokesman for Out TV.

Episodes [1]: 07.09

Rip Taylor as Rip Taylor
Rip Taylor
Rip Taylor

Jimmy found Rip Taylor to be his spokesperson for Out TV, but Jamie liked Peter better.

Episodes [1]: 07.09

Harry Connick Jr. as Dr. Leo Markus
Dr. Leo Markus
Harry Connick Jr.

Dr. Marvin "Leo" Markus, a sexy Jewish doctor, falls for Grace — ruining her and Will's plans to have a baby. After a two-month romance, Leo and Grace impulsively wed. Leo and Grace lived in Leo's apartment in Brooklyn.

Episodes [19]: 05.01, 05.02, 05.03, 05.05, 05.07, 05.08, 05.09, 05.11, 05.14, 05.20, 05.23, 05.24, 06.01, 06.02, 06.03, 06.05, 06.23, 07.01, 07.08*

* #07.08: voice only

Patrick Fabian as Alan
Patrick Fabian

Alan works with Will. Will sets up a blind date for Grace with Alan. He's smart and has a great sense of humor. He also likes TV and hates museums, making him a perfect match for Grace.

Episodes [1]: 07.08

Karl T. Wright as Wayne
Karl T. Wright

Karen trolled Manhattan to find Jack a date. She sets him up with Wayne, who is on the down low.

Episodes [1]: 07.08

Mark Harelik as Tim
Mark Harelik

Tim is Jack's boss at the new gay network, Out TV. He conducted the focus group meetings and he liked Jack's ideas so much, he hired Jack as a Junior VP of New Programming.

Episodes [3]: 07.03, 07.04, 07.07

Kristin Davis as Nadine
Kristin Davis

Nadine is Vince's best friend. She is very sweet and overly supportive of Vince. And she hates Will. After Grace has a heart-to-heart with Nadine, Nadine finally realizes that she will never have Vince and she is able to move on to other men.

Episodes [1]: 07.07

Roscoe Lee Browne as Linus
Roscoe Lee Browne

Linus has owned a gay bookstore for fifty years. His store was going to close (to be turned into an Equinox gym), until Will and Jack stepped in and saved it... sort of.

Episodes [1]: 07.06

Tim Bagley as Larry
Tim Bagley

Larry and his partner Joe are two former party boy friends of Will and Jack's. They settled down in the South Hamptons and are raising a daughter, Hannah. They were married in 2001 in Vermont. Grace fixed him up with Will's father's mistress.

Episodes [11]: 03.03, 03.10, 03.17, 03.18, 04.12, 05.04, 05.08, 05.09, 05.15, 06.14, 07.05

Jerry Levine as Joe
Jerry Levine

Larry and Joe are two former party boy friends of Will and Jack's. They settled down in the South Hamptons and are raising a daughter, Hannah. They were married in 2001 in Vermont.

Episodes [9]: 03.03, 03.10, 03.17, 05.04, 05.08, 05.09, 05.15, 06.14, 07.05

Kevin Brief as Officer Ralph
Officer Ralph
Kevin Brief

Ralph is Vince's partner. He attends Will's birthday party with Vince. It was his first homosexual party.

Episodes [1]: 07.05

Stephen Tobolowsky as Ned Weathers
Ned Weathers
Stephen Tobolowsky

Ned recently moved into apartment 10C, directly above Will and Grace.

Episodes [1]: 07.04

Molly Shannon as Val Bassett
Val Bassett
Molly Shannon

Wacky neighbor Val moved into apartment 15F and befriended Will (which made Grace crazy jealous). She then moved to 12E and befriended Grace (then stole her music box). After seeing Jack's cabaret act Jack 2001, Val stalked him. When Val shows up again and tries to be friendly with Grace, Grace gives her the cold shoulder. To get back at her, Val opens a design business next door and steals Grace's ideas and clients. In 2004, Grace ran into Val at an AA meeting.

Episodes [5]: 01.18, 02.20, 03.21, 04.22, 07.03

Jon Kinnally as Mitchell
Jon Kinnally

Mitchell was part of the Out TV focus group with Jack and Will. Mitchell was very outspoken against Will's boring ideas.

Episodes [1]: 07.03

Jon Kinnally is one of the series' writer/producer.

Will Arnett as Artemus Johnson
Artemus Johnson
Will Arnett

Artemus is a former lover of Karen's. They met in Seattle in 1992. They run into each other again when Jack faces Artemus in a dance-off to win the 5th backup dancer spot on Janet Jackson's tour. Karen begs Jack to throw the dance, but Janet ends up going with 4 dancers and lets them both go.

Episodes [1]: 07.02

Janet Jackson as Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson

After firing Jack, Jennifer Lopez sets him up to dance with Janet Jackson. He has a dance-off with Artemus Johnson, before Janet ultimately lets both of them go.

Episodes [1]: 07.02

Steve Ryan as Lieutenant
Steve Ryan

Vince's racist, homophobic boss.

Episodes [1]: 07.02

Andrew Ableson as Choreographer
Andrew Ableson

The choreographer for Janet Jackson's tour in 2004.

Episodes [1]: 07.02

Jennifer Lopez as Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez knew Rosario from the Bronx. When Karen ran into her in the casino bathroom, she asked J.Lo to sing at her wedding reception. When one of her dancers slipped and fell, Jack took the stage. She later asked Jack to go on tour with her.

Episodes [2]: 06.23, 07.01