Malcolm & Eddie - Cast

Cast

  • Malcolm-Jamal Warner — Malcolm McGee
  • Eddie Griffin — Edward 'Eddie' Sherman
  • Jaime Cardriche — Tim (1996–1998)
  • Karen Malina White — Nicolette Vandross
  • Tucker Smallwood — Theodore Roosevelt Hawkins
  • Christopher Daniel Barnes — Leonard Rickets
  • Ron Pearson — Doug
  • Enya Flack — Bridget

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