Guillermo Rodriguez - Himself (159 episodes, 2006-2011)
Frank Potenza - Himself (108 episodes, 2006-2011)
Sal Iacono - Himself (45 episodes, 2008-2011)
Veatrice - Herself (36 episodes, 2008)
Adam Carolla - Himself (34 episodes, 2003-2011)
Scott Chernoff - America's Next Top Model Hopeful (28 episodes, 2005-2009)
Kathy Griffin - Herself (27 episodes, 2003-2010)
Rick Rosner - Himself - Guest Announcer (27 episodes, 2003-2009)
David Alan Grier - Himself (24 episodes, 2003-2009)
Anthony Anderson - Himself (24 episodes, 2003-2010)
Bob Einstein - Himself (23 episodes, 2003-2009)
Stu Smith - Various (23 episodes, 2004-2008)
Todd Bishop | Bobcat Goldthwait | Adam Martin | Richard Valenzuela | Derek Doublin | Andy Fisher | Ruben Fleishcer | Quentin Tarantino | Ross Breitenbach | Pete DeLasho | Art Haynie | Kelly D. Hommon | Brad Morrison | Ed Nachtrieb | Manny Rodriquez | Tom Stern | Keith Truesdell | Alex Winter | Jonathan X
Executive Producer – Jimmy Kimmel
Executive Producer (2003) – Daniel Kellison
Executive Producer (2003 – 2006) – Duncan Gray
Executive Producer (2006 – 2007) – Jill Leiderman
Executive Producer (2007 – present) – Jason Amick
Supervising Producer – Steve O’Donnell
Senior Associate Producer – Becky Orenstein
Associate Producer – Laura Stupsker
Associate Producer – Brandon Crosby
Location & Coordinating Producer – J. Graigory
Producer (2 episodes) – Jennifer Sharron
Producer (1 episode) – Erin Irwin
Co-Executive Producer (2003 -2004) – Jason Schrift
Executive Producer (2006) – Jill Leiderman
Segment Producers – Jay Barbieri, Daniel Bova, Rich Brown, Kevin Hench, Jennifer Ryan, Seth Weidner & Ray James
Field Producers – Roni Equia Menendez, Chris Fraticelli & Patrick Friend
2010 Won Emmy Outstanding Costumes for a Variety/Music Program or a Special
Rodney Munoz (costume designer) (ABC) for: episode 09-1266
2010 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Short-Form Picture Editing Brian Marsh (editor) (ABC) for: episode "The Handsome Men's Club (Episode 10-1330)"
2010 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Short-Form Picture Editing Kevin McCullough (editor) (ABC) for: episode "The Late Night Wars (Episode 10-1304)"
2009 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for Variety, Music or Comedy Programming Christian Hibbard & Matt Ford (lighting directors) (ABC) for: episode 09-1182
2009 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Erv Hurd (technical director); Parker Bartlett, Randy Gomez, Randy Gomez Jr., Marc Hunter, Garrett Hurt, Ritch Kenney, Bernd Reinhardt, Kris Wilson & Roy Walker (camera operators); Guy Jones (senior video control); Chris Gray (video control) (ABC) for: episode 09-1182
2008 Won Emmy Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics Sarah Silverman, Tony Barbieri, Wayne McClammy, Sal Iacono & Dan Warner (writers/composers) (ABC) for: the song "I'm F***ing Matt Damon"
2008 Won Emmy Outstanding Picture Editing of Clip Packages for Talk, Performance, Award or a Reality-Competition Program James Crowe (ABC) for: "5th Year Anniversary Show (I'm F***ing Matt Damon)"
2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Picture Editing of Clip Packages for Talk, Performance, Award or a Reality-Competition Program Jason Bielski (ABC) for: "After The Academy Awards (I'm F***ing Ben Affleck)"
2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Series Erv Hurd (technical director); Parker Bartlett, Randy Gomez, Greg Grouwinkel, Garrett Hurt, Ritch Kenney, Kris Wilson (camera operators); Garry Taillon & Chris Gray (video control) (ABC) for: episode "After The Academy Awards"
2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Series Erv Hurd (technical director); Parker Bartlett, Randy Gomez, Greg Grouwinkel, Mark Gonzales, Garrett Hurt, Ritch Kenney, Kris Wilson, Mike Malone, Marc Hunter (camera operators); Guy Jones (video control) (ABC) for: episode "Jay Z Show"
‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ is a late-night desk-and-couch talk show, featuring amiable young comic Jimmy Kimmel, previously best known as a co-host or side kick on such cable favorites as ‘The Man Show’ and ‘Win Ben Stein’s Money’. Guests included the usual Hollywood celebrity parade, along with musical acts, comedians and guest co-hosts such as Snoop Dogg, Kathy Grifin, JAneane Garofalo, DonKing, Mike Tyson and David Alan Grier.
The show was telecast from a big Hollywood theater and emphasized looseness and irreverence, leading to a fair number of bleeps. On the premiere Snoop Dogg made obscene gestures at the camera and guest George Clooney passed around a bottle of vodka. It was later revealed that the audience’s looseness was fueled in part by an open bar provided in the studio. The bar was discontinued after an audience member threw up near a Disney executive (Disney owned ABC) and complaints that the show was encouraging public drunkenness.
Among the recurring skits were white-haired Uncle Frank (Frank Potenza) reporting cluelessly from a red carpet ceremony, Cousin Sal (Sal Iacono) playing sidewalk pranks on passersby and parking lot attendant Guillermo (Guillermo Díaz) garbling the latest gossip from the tabloids. Although the title said the show was live it was actually taped after the first few episodes, due to potential problems with obscenities – which was ironic, given that one of Jimmy’s regular features was “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship”