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Marc Edward Wilmore (born May 4, 1963 in San Bernardino Co., California) was the younger brother of Larry Wilmore. He was a writer and producer for The Simpsons. In the early 1990s, he was a writer for In Living Color, and became a regular cast member in the final (1993-1994) season. From 1999-2001, he served as a writer for the claymation series The PJs, and provided the voice of the character Walter. He is also a writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

He also guest starred as Dr. Wilmore, the head doctor on Marge's panel in the episode "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge", and also voiced the drummer from the Poison tribute band Cyanide in the episode.

He passed away on January 30, 2021 due to COVID-19. The episode "Wad Goals" was dedicated to him.


Writer (2002-2015)

Also Starring (2000)

Season 11

Co-Producer (2001-2002)

Season 13

Season 14

Producer (2002-2003)

Season 14

Season 15

Supervising Producer (2003-2005)

Season 15

Season 16

Season 17

Co-Executive Producer (2005-20??)

Season 17

Season 18

Season 19

Season 20

Commentaries (2007-2014)

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Guest stars in Season 11

Tom ArnoldEd AsnerThe B-52'sRandy BachmanDiedrich BaderJack BurnsJoe C.Don CheadleDick ClarkClarence ClemmonsGary ColemanShawn ColvinJim CummingsEllen DeGeneresTrevor DenmanElwood EdwardsRobert EvansJim ForbesMel GibsonJohn GoodmanRon HowardLucy LawlessGarry MarshallMark McGwireWillie NelsonJay NorthNRBQPat O'BrienNancy O'DellButch PatrickPenn and TellerParker PoseyTim RobbinsKid RockCharlie RoseBritney SpearsC. F. TurnerBetty WhiteMarc WilmoreHenry Winkler