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Woody Allen

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Woody Allen
Woody Allen.png
Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: Gray
Occupation: Screenwriter
Relatives: Wife: Soon-Yi Previn
First appearance: "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson"
Voiced by: Dan Castellaneta

Woody Allen is an American screenwriter, director, actor, comedian, author, playwright, and musician.


At the Ace Awards, Dick Cavett told the audience at he knew Woody Allen.[1]

During Jay Sherman's show, Coming Attractions, Rainier Wolfcastle did a Woody Allen impression. Jay later recalled a conversation he had with Woody Allen.[2]

In Homer's flashback from when he was in New York City, Woody Allen pours garbage out of a window and it lands on Homer's head.[3]

When the Simpson family was in Tokyo they saw Woody Allen doing a commercial for Fujikawa Rice Crackers.[4]

When Homer visits the writing room for fortune cookies, one of the writers was Woody Allen. He types something, then crumples the slip of paper in disgust and tosses it into a tiny wastebasket and asked himself, what he doing here, he should be in New York writing riddles on Popsicle sticks.[5]

Allen has a star on The Jewish Walk of Fame.[6]

When Bart sneaked into the adult section at the Lackluster Video he saw they had a section with "Unfunny Woody Allen".[7]

When the Simpson family was at the Sundance Film Festival, Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn were there. He talked with her about adopting Scarlett Johansson and asked her what is wrong with that.[8]

When Mary Spuckler performed a song for Bart, Allen is seen dancing.[9]


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In the The Springfield Shopper that spins to the screen, it mentions that it's Woody Allen's birthday.[10]

At the Awareness Awards, they gave Woody Allen a lot of awards, when he learned they were fake, he said it was to good to be true.[11]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Foreign dubs[edit]

Language Voice dubber
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