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Regular Show Cast: Everything You Need to Know

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Regular Show is an American animated television series created by J.G. Quintel for Cartoon Network and follows the surreal adventures of two best friends, Mordecai (a blue jay) and Rigby (a raccoon), who work as groundskeepers at a park. Along their way they meet various other characters including their boss Benson (a gumball machine), coworker Skips (a yeti), Margaret (a robin) and Eileen (a mole).

The Main Cast of the Regular Show Cast

The Main Cast of Regular Show Cast
The Main Cast of Regular Show Cast

Regular Show’s main cast consists of six characters who appear frequently throughout episodes:

1. Mordecai (voiced by J.G. Quintel)

Mordecai (voiced by J.G. Quintel)
Mordecai (voiced by J.G. Quintel)

Mordecai is a 23-year-old blue jay who enjoys video games and rock music, often acting as the voice of reason among his peers, while at times acting irresponsibly and immature. He harbors romantic feelings towards Margaret who works in a coffee shop nearby; their romantic attraction may or may not exist.

2. Rigby (Voiced by William Salyers)

Rigby (Voiced by William Salyers)
Rigby (Voiced by William Salyers)

Rigby is Mordecai’s best friend and roommate at 23, as well as being hyperactive, impulsive and lazy – often creating chaos through schemes and pranks he devises against himself and others. Rigby also has an intense rivalry with Muscle Man – another green-skinned human working at the park who frequently causes trouble for himself and others alike with his schemes and pranks.

3. Benson (voiced by Sam Marin)

Benson (voiced by Sam Marin)
Benson (voiced by Sam Marin)

Benson is a 40-year-old gumball machine who serves as the manager of the park. He can become easily angered by Mordecai and Rigby’s antics and often threatens them with termination if their jobs are not performed as agreed. Audrey lives nearby; Benson develops an affection for her.

4. Skipps (Voiced by Mark Hamill)

Skipps (Voiced by Mark Hamill)
Skipps (Voiced by Mark Hamill)

A yeti who is the oldest and wisest employee of the park. He is very strong and skilled in various fields. He often helps Mordecai and Rigby solve their problems with his knowledge and experience. He has a mysterious past and was once friends with Gary, a floating wizard head.

5. Muscle Man (voiced by Sam Marin)

Muscle Man (voiced by Sam Marin)
Muscle Man (voiced by Sam Marin)

Muscle Man is a 25-year-old green-skinned human working as a groundskeeper in a park, who can often be loud, annoying and crude, making jokes about “mom” while poking fun at coworkers and making foolish statements in conversation. He has an attraction towards Starla who shares similar characteristics; this spark may lead them together romantically in time.

Recurring Cast: The Secrets of Casting and Managing Talented Actors for Multiple Roles

Recurring Cast of Regular Show Cast
Recurring Cast of Regular Show Cast

Regular Show’s Recurring Cast. A majority of Regular Show characters appear in multiple episodes throughout the series and include:

1. Margaret (voiced by Janie Haddad Tompkins)

Margaret (voiced by Janie Haddad Tompkins)
Margaret (voiced by Janie Haddad Tompkins)

Margaret is an independent 22-year-old red-breasted robin who works as a waitress at the Coffee Shop. She is smart, kind, and independent – becoming Mordecai’s love interest before she takes up journalism full-time.

2. Minty Lewis voices Eileen (21 years old, mole)

Minty Lewis voices Eileen
Minty Lewis voices Eileen

An adorable cashier at the Coffee Shop who wears glasses and harbors an affectionate crush for Rigby (who later becomes her boyfriend).

3. Thomas (voiced by Roger Craig Smith)

Thomas (voiced by Roger Craig Smith)
Thomas (voiced by Roger Craig Smith)

A 19-year-old goat working as an intern at the park who is timid yet loyal and eager to please; later revealed as being part of an elaborate Russian spy plot to penetrate it and gain entry.

4. High Five Ghost (voiced by J.G. Quintel)

High Five Ghost (voiced by J.G. Quintel)
High Five Ghost (voiced by J.G. Quintel)

An adorable ghost who works as groundskeeper at Muscle Man’s Park, frequently joining him in his jokes and pranks and serving as Muscle Man’s best friend. Celia (another ghost with long hair) is his girlfriend.

5. Mr. Maellard (Voiced by David Ogden Stiers)

Mr. Maellard (Voiced by David Ogden Stiers)
Mr. Maellard (Voiced by David Ogden Stiers)

Mr. Maellard is an 80-year-old lollipop-shaped man who owns and runs Pops’ park as well as being Pops’ father. He’s wealthy, stern and business oriented. However, he rarely visits his park and leaves most of the management to Benson.

6. C.J. (Voiced by Linda Cardellini)

C.J. (Voiced by Linda Cardellini)
C.J. (Voiced by Linda Cardellini)

C.J. is a 23-year-old hybrid cloud/human who works as a weather reporter. She’s adventurous, fun-loving and competitive; after Mordecai breaks up with Margaret they become romantically involved; however they soon develop jealousies and miscommunications between themselves, creating tension within their relationship.

FAQ: The Ultimate Guide to Your Questions

Q: When did Regular Show start and end?

A: Regular Show debuted on September 6, 2010, and concluded eight seasons and 261 episodes later, on January 16, 2017.

Q: Who Developed Regular Show?

A: Regular Show was developed by J.G. Quintel, who also voiced Mordecai and High Five Ghost. He drew heavily upon his personal experiences as both a college student and groundskeeper when creating this show.

Q: Are the characters in Regular Show based on real people or events? If that is the case, how would that change the narrative?

A: Regular Show isn’t a true-life story but is inspired by J.G. Quintel’s life and imagination. He said that he wanted a show that was funny yet relatable while having “lots of crazy stuff happening”.

Q: Are Regular Show programs for children or adults?

A: Regular Show is rated TV-PG, meaning it may contain content unsuitable for younger children. The show contains mild violence, crude humor, innuendo references to drugs and alcohol use and references; but also positive messages regarding friendship, teamwork and responsibility.

Q: Where can I watch Regular Show?

A: Regular Show is available to stream on HBO Max, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video and purchased or rented through iTunes, Google Play, YouTube and Vudu.

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