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Another Top 10 Celebrities Who Appeared on Rick and Morty

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There was no way we could only pick ten. From Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs to Patton Oswalt and Alan Tudyk, there have been so many great celebrity guest stars on Rick and Morty, we had to make another list! WatchMojo is counting down more of the best celebrity appearances on Rick and Morty.

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Script written by Laura Keating

Another Top 10 Celebrities Who Appeared on Rick and Morty




There was no way we could only pick ten. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for Another Top 10 Celebrities Who Appeared on Rick and Morty.



For this list we’ll be taking a look at the celebs who lent their vocal talents to this popular, animated sci-fi show. If you don’t see someone you think deserves to be here, be sure to get your eye-holes over to our first list on the subject.





#10: Joel McHale as Hemorrhage




After Beth and Jerry get a divorce, the kids, especially Summer, want to get as far from their broken home life as possible. In a rebellious turn, Summer would rather hang out in a Mad Max-esque post-apocalyptic, diesel-punk world, and after killing off the leader of the Death Stalkers she is welcomed into the group. A romance begins between her and the new leader, Hemorrhage. While it’s hard to hear at first with the bucket on his head, this is Joel McHale, who worked with Dan Harmon previously on “Community.” Without the bucket, it turns out he’s not a scarred mutant but a well-groomed hyper-fashion-conscious dude, sort of like McHale’s “Community” character Jeff Winger.





#9: Tony Hale as Eli




Also in the episode “Rickmancing the Stone”, after Rick reveals what the god they’ve been worshipping really is, the Death Stalkers promptly begin to use their new-found energy source and quickly adapt into a bland, suburban people. Summer still has their gritty spirit, but she’s the only one. As she’s pulling into her driveway, she is approached by fellow Death Stalker Eli. He and his wife make chit-chat before nagging her about how she sorted her garbage. The snaggle-toothed neighbor in assless leggings is voiced by none other than Tony Hale, who most people would know as Buster Bluth from “Arrested Development” and Gary Walsh on “Veep.”





#8: Andy Daly as Krombopulos Michael




Who would have thought that an assassin could be so lovable? Guess people are just happy to see others happy in their work, right? Possibly the only Gromflomite that Rick is willing to do business with, Krombopulos Michael just loves killing stuff and for this assignment he needs an anti-matter gun, which he purchases from Rick. Morty takes exception, and later accidentally kills this short-lived fan-favorite character. The enthusiastic hired gun was voiced by comedian Andy Daly, best known for his work on “Eastbound & Down,” “Adventure Time,” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!”





#7: Gillian Jacobs as Supernova




Poor Morty- like any kid he just wanted to hang out with some superheroes and save the world – he even cashed in his punch-card for choosing an adventure! But Rick, with his god-complex, doesn’t like that Morty could look up to anyone but him, and so he systematically kills off the superhero team while destroying their morale and goodwill in a series of “Saw”-like challenges. At the end, only Supernova is left, and she is pissed. She misses her chance to kill Rick off, but there’s a chance she’ll be back, as she was voiced by another “Community” alum: Gillian Jacobs.





#6: Peter Serafinowicz as the Agency Director




Possibly the most beloved and certainly the most memed episode of season three sees Rick turning himself into to a pickle. After getting washed down a storm drain, Rick ends up in a shadowy agency. The Agency Director tries several times have pickle Rick dispatched, only to meet his fate in a fiery blast. The ice-cold and menacing tones of the director might have been familiar to some as English actor Peter Serafinowicz, best known for his roles of Garthan Saal in “Guardians of the Galaxy” and his multiple voice acting roles on shows like “Gravity Falls,” “Archer”, as well as giving voice to Darth Maul in “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.”





#5: Patton Oswalt as Beta 7




While Rick is reuniting in a big way with his old flame Unity, ships descend to the planet they’re on. What disembarks is Beta 7, another hivemind who obviously has been carrying a torch for Unity and is surprised to find the unassimilated Rick. Even through the modulator, the voice is easily recognizable as that of comedian Patton Oswalt, who along with his own standup has been low-key in almost EVERYTHING. Seriously, now that you know it you’ll hear him everywhere. In movies like “Zoolander,” and “Ratatouille” as well as numerous TV shows like ” “Bob's Burgers,” “BoJack Horseman,” “Parks and Recreation,” and even “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic”, just to scratch the surface.





#4: Alan Tudyk as Chris




When Rick’s car battery dies, Rick and Morty enter the Microverse that is supposed to be powering it. There they are welcomed by Chris, the president of the Microverse. While it is not immediately apparent, this minor character is brought to us by none other than the great Alan Tudyk. All nerds out there know who that is, but for the iunnitiated, he was the beloved space pilot Wash on the tragically short-lived “Firefly,” K-2SO in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” and Ludo in “Star vs. the Forces of Evil” to name a few roles.





#3: Matt Walsh as Sleepy Gary




Who likes a parasite? No one, absolutely no one. But when the Smith family becomes infected with an organism that reproduces in their brains, creating false memories and beings to correspond with those memories, they are soon overrun. One of the parasites takes the form of Sleepy Gary, who is, as far as they know, Beth’s husband and Jerry’s sometime lover. Sleepy Gary was voiced by writer, actor, and comedian Matt Walsh, one of the founders of the improve group Upright Citizens Brigade, who as an actor is best known as Detective Lohank on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and Mike McLintock on “Veep,” a role which earned him a couple Primetime Emmy Award nominations.





#2: David Cross as Prince Nebulon




It takes a special sort of someone to try to pull a fast one on Rick Sanchez. In their bid to get the recipe for concentrated dark matter, a group of Zigerions abduct Rick, Jerry, and Morty – or do they? The convoluted scheme involving a simulation inside more simulations is led by Prince Nebulon, the leader of the Zigerions. Bringing the hapless scammer to life is David Cross, perhaps best known for his turn as Dr. Tobias Fünke on “Arrested Development.” The hilarious actor and comedian also played the lead in “The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret,” slave-pirate Noah on “Archer,” and Dwight in “Scary Movie 2” amongst many other roles.





Before we unveil our number one pick, here are a few honorable mentions:



Clancy Brown as Risotto Groupon





Kurtwood Smith as General Nathan





Nathan Fielder as Kyle





#1: Werner Herzog as Old Reptile


Jerry is rushed into a space hospital after coming into contact with some bacteria Rick was storing, and so begins the B-story of “Interdimensional Cable 2”. Throughout, Jerry is urged to donate his penis to save the life of Shrimply Pibbles, a civil rights leader beloved across galaxies. Unsure of why Jerry is hesitant, an Old Reptile explains man’s love of his penis. This reptile is voiced by highly influential and respected German director, screenwriter and actor Werner Herzog. His films are known for their precision, and his narration often adds a dark, somber tone. Despite his intimidating status, he has lent his acting skills to several comedies, including “Parks and Recreation,” “The Simpsons,” and “The Boondocks.”
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