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This article is about the guest star. For the character, see Sarah Silverman (character).

Sarah Kate Silverman (born December 1, 1970) is a stand-up comedian and actress with a reputation for being the naughtiest female comedian. She's also known for voicing Vanellope von Schweetz in the 2012 Disney animated movie Wreck-It Ralph and will reprise the role in the upcoming 2018 sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2. She's currently starring on the hit Comedy Central series The Sarah Silverman Program.

On The Simpsons, she guest voiced as Nikki McKenna in the Season 21 episode "Stealing First Base" and reprised the role in the Season 24 episode "Moonshine River". In the Season 26 episode "Clown in the Dumps", she guest starred as herself, and voiced Rachel in the BFF R.I.P. segment of Season 28's "Treehouse of Horror XXVII".

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Guest stars in Season 21

Mitch AlbomAngela BassettWren T. BrownNeve CampbellKim CattrallSacha Baron CohenBob CostasSimon CowellEllen DeGeneresKara DioGuardiAnne HathawayJonah HillEddie IzzardRandy JacksonEartha KittGary LarsonChuck LiddellCooper ManningEli ManningPeyton ManningChris MartinJackie MasonJordan NagaiYael NaimSeth RogenRyan SeacrestSarah SilvermanSmothers Brothers

Guest stars in Season 24
Fred ArmisenCarrie BrownsteinSteve CarellBenedict CumberbatchZooey DeschanelSarah Michelle GellarJeff GordonAnne HathawayMarvin HamlischJon LovitzPatton OswaltNatalie PortmanAnika Noni RoseSarah SilvermanJennifer TillyMax Weinberg
Guest stars in Season 26

Stacy KeachR. Lee ErmeyKelsey GrammerDon HertzfeldtMaurice LaMarcheJackie MasonDavid Hyde PierceJeff RossSarah SilvermanNick OffermanJohn Ratzenberger Jane FondaRobert SiegelJohn DiMaggioPhil LaMarrKatey SagalLauren TomFrank WelkerBilly West Willem Dafoe David Silverman Will ForteSammy HagarElon MuskKevin Michael RichardsonPharrell WilliamsChristopher LloydRich SommerRichard BransonYaya DaCostaJon LovitzNathan FielderCat DeeleyGlenn CloseCarice van HoutenAlbert BrooksJoe MantegnaJohnny MathisJustin Roiland