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This is a list of actors who have co-starred in films with The Three Stooges. Inclusion on this list should be reserved for notable actors that can be confirmed as taking supporting roles (either credited or uncredited) in films commonly regarded as having the Three Stooges as primary characters. Films where the Three Stooges appear as a guest or cameo appearance, or the actors who portray them appear outside the character of The Three Stooges should not be considered.

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ActorStooges Film(s)First appearance (year)Total appearancesNotes
Eadie AdamsRestless Knights (1935)19351
Mary AinsleeIn the Sweet Pie and Pie (1941)
Some More of Samoa (1941)
I'll Never Heil Again (1941)
In the Sweet Pie and Pie
Hokus Pokus (1949)
Pest Man Wins (1951)
He Cooked His Goose (1952)
Flagpole Jitters (1956)
Triple Crossed (1959)
19419Several appearances in later stooges films are stock footage.
Murray Alper
Dorothy Appleby
Phil Arnold
Buddy Baer
Mark Bailey
Lucille BallThree Little Pigskins (1934)19341Went on to a successful career as an actress, comedian, model, and film studio executive. Hits include television shows I Love Lucy, The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour, The Lucy Show, Here's Lucy, and Life with Lucy.[1]
Edgar Barrier
Phyllis Barry
Rayford Barnes
Don Beddoe
Bruce Bennett
Nita Bieber
Bonnie Bonnell
Gladys Blake
Mel Blanc
Joe Bolton
Lynton Brent
Stanley BlystoneHalf Shot Shooters (1936)
Spook Louder (1943)
Pardon My Clutch (1948)
Slaphappy Sleuths (1950)
Bobby Burns
Symona Boniface
Nanette Bordeaux
Harold Brauer
Lloyd Bridges
Peter Brocco
Samson Burke
Walter Burke
Sally Cairns
Bill Camfield
Connie Cezan
George Chesebro
Carol Christensen
Jack Clifford
Peter Coe
Robert Colbert
Monte Collins
Chester Conklin
Heinie Conklin
Spade Cooley
Gino Corrado
Phyllis Crane
Dick Curtis
Maurice Dallimore
Diana Darrin
Michael David
Lew Davis
Peter Dawson
Marjorie Deanne
Vernon Dent
Richard Devon
Dudley Dickerson
Ann Doran
Anthony Eustrel
Herbert Evans
Herbie Faye
Richard Fiske
Kelly Flint
Bess Flowers
Peter Forster
Joan Freeman
Paul Frees
Milton Frome
Hal Fryar
Paul 'Mousie' Garner
Maxine Gates
Slim Gaut
Henry Gibson
Julie Gibson
Billy Gilbert
Johnny Ginger
June Gittelson
Ned Glass
Ruth Godfrey
Lorna Gray
Dee Green
Jane Hamilton
Marcia Healy
Myron Healey
Carol Heiss
Althea Henley
Al Hill
Rex Holman
Victoria Horne
Doris Houck
Mary Beth Hughes
William Irving
Bud Jamison
Suzanne Kaaren
Johnny Kascier
Iau Kea
Fred Kelsey
Tom Kennedy
Robert Kino
Fred Kohler
Nancy Kovack
Frank Lackteen
Don Lamond
Muriel Landers
Eddie Laughton
Norman Leavitt
Lu Leonard
Ethelreda Leopold
George J. Lewis
Sylvia Lewis
Jack 'Tiny' Lipson
Anna-Lisa
Margie Liszt
Babe London
Ted Lorch
Kenneth MacDonald
Betty Mack
Wayne Mack
Jock Mahoney
Laurie Main
Judy Malcolm
Ed T. McDonnell
Christine McIntyre
Marlin McKeever
Mike McKeever
Dal McKennon
Eva McKenzie
Patricia Medina
Cheerio Meredith
Frank Mills
Mort Mills
Frank Mitchell
Geneva Mitchell
James C. Morton
George N. Neise
Nestor Paiva
Joe Palma
Blanche Payson
Snub Pollard
Stanley Price
Norma Randall
Rebel Randall
Quinn Redeker
Suzanne Ridgeway
Blossom Rock
Guy Rolfe
Gene Roth
Benny Rubin
Tim Ryan
Fred Sanborn
Jay Sheffield
Cy Schindell
Bruce Sedley
Harry Semels
Paul Shannon
Emil Sitka
Barbara Slater
Sally Starr
Robert Stevens
Robert Stevenson
Edson Stroll
Frank Sully
Harriette Tarler
Forrest Taylor
Greta Thyssen
Al Thompson
Vicki Trickett
Victor Travers
John Tyrrell
Philip Van Zandt
Dick Wessel
Adam West
Blackie Whiteford
Jean Willes
Patricia Wright
Evelyn YoungThree Sappy People (1939)
Boobs in Arms (1940)[2]
From Nurse to Worse (1940)
Nutty but Nice (1940)[3]
No Census, No Feeling (1940)[3]
19395Footage was also used in the TV shows The Three Stooges Greatest Hits (1997), The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Special (2003), and Hey Moe, Hey Dad! programs #3 Eureka! and #4 Slap Happy (2015).
Duke York
Walter Brennan

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  1. ^'Lucille Ball Bio'. tv.com. Retrieved April 2, 2008.
  2. ^Seely, Peter (2007). 'Dames, Babes, Battleaxes, and Tomatoes: Women and the Three Stooges'. In Seely, Peter; Pieper, Gail (eds.). Stoogeology: Essays on the Three Stooges. McFarland & Company. ISBN9780786429202 – via Google Books. ... wife (Evelyn Young) of an inattentive army captain in Boobs in Arms, the sobbing wife (Dorothy Appleby) of a wrongly convicted sweetheart in So Long Mr. Chumps
  3. ^ abDavidson, Robert. 'ThreeStooges.net :: Cast Member : EvelynYoung'. threestooges.net.
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