|Springfield Wall of Fame|
|Commemorate famous people|
|First Appearance||"Take My Life, Please"|
The Springfield Wall of Fame is a wall that has Springfield's most famous and infamous residents on it, including cartoon characters and animals. Each one has a gold plaque with his or her image, name and claim to fame, except for El Barto, who has a "?" sign instead of his image. When a new person is added, a ceremony is held to reveal the new plaque. The last known plaque added was for Vance Connor, who was the class president of Springfield High School and many people assisted to his ceremony. Principal Skinner's plaque was replaced by Homer's by the Simpson family to make him feel good about having missed the opportunity to be a class president, and it is unknown if the error was noticed and fixed or not.
These are the people who have a plaque in the wall and have their names known:
- Vance Connor - Successful Businessman
- Homer Simpson - Class President - Elect
- Rainier Wolfcastle - Actor
- Mr. Burns - Nuclear Pioneer
- Mayor Quimby - Mayor
- Krusty the Clown - Businessman, Clown †
- Troy McClure - Screen Star
- Artie Ziff - Successful Billionaire
- Bumblebee Man - Spanish Actor
- Duffman - Spokes Logo
- Mr. Teeny - TV Personality
- Sideshow Bob - Psycho Sidekick
- Poochie - Cartoon Dog †
- Sideshow Raheem
- Butthead - MTV Star
- Paul Yield - Yield Sign Inventor
- Hank Scorpio - Philanthropist
- El Barto - Graffiti Artist
- Bleeding Gums Murphy - Jazz Musician †
- Lurleen Lumpkin - Country Singer
- Fat Tony - Businessman
- Legs - Mobster
- Chazz Busby - Director, Choreographer
- Plopper - Spider Pig
- Bill and Marty - Radio Personalities
- Drederick Tatum - Champion
- Lucius Sweet
- Itchy and Scratchy
- The Springfield Strangler - Serial Killer
- Butthead - Mascot, Friend, Emergency Lawnmower (a goat)
- Seymour Skinner - Principal
- Was replaced by Homer Simpson.
- Strangely, there are six blank plaques. It's possible that the blank plaque that was gone later on was Homer's, though they could have just left it there instead of having it replace Skinner's.
- The plaques are 11x4, meaning that there is room for 44 plaques.
- Not counting the blank ones, there are only 38 out of 44 plaques.