- Jamaican Rastafarian – “Francine’s Flashback”
- Stan’s Dad (Jack Smith) – “Con Heir“
- Saudi Princess – “Stan of Arabia: Part 2“
- Hula Girl – “Rough Trade“
- Santa Claus – “Finances With Wolves“
- Southern Plantation Owner – “Tears of a Clooney“
Dr Jordan Edilstein – “Camp Refoogee” – College professor: IQ = 140, Near sighted, once spent an experimental weekend with Alex Ginsberg. A Hebrew who had a successful selling book. Head of the Political Science Department at Harvard (later the Economics Department). Married to Amanda Lane (played by Francine) for 17 years.
- Chinese Delivery Guy – “Camp Refoogee“
- Lestat de Lioncourt – “The American Dad After School Special” (“Interview with a Vampire”)
- Professor Baxter – “Iced, Iced Babies” – College professor at Groff Community College teaching literature (and life). “I pretend to teach them, but it’s really they who pretend to teach me.” He is highly respected by his students, especially Ethan, who later turn psychotic and tries to kill the professor and Hayley.
- Female Figure Skater – “Of Ice and Men” – Roger competed in a local figure skating competition and ends up winning the prize, which is a set of wigs.
- Mary Tyler Moore – “Irregarding Steve”
- Krispy Kreme McDonald – “American Dream Factory” – Apparently, because Roger has no bones in his arms, he is a natural on the drums. When Steve looks for a new drummer for his band, Roger auditions as this alter ego. Later, Roger kicks Steve out of the band and becomes lead singer, covering public domain songs with Steve’s band.
- Jacob – “An Apocalypse to Remember“
– “Four Little Words” – Roger pretends to be Kevin Bacon when Hayley and Steve give him a replica of Bacon’s nose. He abuses his star power to get as much free stuff as he can. Roger is forced to give up this disguise after being involved in a hit-and-run. Luckily, police mistake him for the real Kevin Bacon, who is subsequently arrested.
- Rashid – “When a Stan Loves a Woman” – A “sexy Persian wingman” who accompanies Stan to nightclub DÜSH to pick up women when Francine temporarily divorces him. He’s a Persian stud who drives an M3 with tricked out ground effects. He lives with his parents in a big house with no yard, He also sells X but doesn’t use it. He is very abusive to a group of girls he picked up from the club, and mentioned that when he had to escape Tehran he had to leave behind his house, his cars, and his little brother.
- Boba Fett – “Joint Custody” – A Star Wars bounty hunter disguise Roger considers in his Fashion Montage when trying to pick the right persona.
- Greedo – “Joint Custody” – Another Star Wars alien bounty hunter who Roger considers dresses up as during his Fashion Montage to go after Jeff.
- Predator – “Joint Custody” – Roger considered dressing as this when going after Jeff. Unfortunately, Stan left while he was still deciding, so he was forced to seek an alternative (the disguise below).
- Horse Renoir – “Joint Custody” – Roger’s bounty hunter persona he used when going after Jeff. It resembles Duane Chapman from the TV series Dog the Bounty Hunter. Born in the bayou, some say the hell-spawn of a whore and a prostitute. Roger mentions that his mother (the whore, not the prostitute) had arthritis.
- Betty Bea Getty McClanahan – “The Vacation Goo” A woman who Roger creates to audition for the role of Ms. Fiona in an attempt to become the greatest actor in the world. She gets the part, and is rather rude to the other women auditioning before and after Roger is given the role. However, enraged because of his inability to cry on cue, Roger insults the script and quits the production. She is thrown on the cruise the Smith family is on for stealing silverware and finds herself as a stripper in Puerto Rico.
- Painter – “Meter Made” – Roger paints a picture of Hayley nude, which she is horrified to discover despite saying that she has nothing to be afraid of as a nude subject of a painting. Upon discovering both Steve and Hayley want to buy the painting, Roger holds an auction in which Klaus, Steve, and Hayley bid on the painting, named by Roger “Headless Naked Whore”, lot 247. It is bought by Francine for $5,000 and shown in the Parade of Homes. As well as the painting of nude Hayley, Roger also painted a sad clown. In the Parade, Roger says that his influences as a painter are Rembrant, Tino Sehgal, and huffing a garbage bag of gasoline.
- Evel Knievel – “Big Trouble in Little Langley“
- Braf Zachland – “Haylias“
- Chilly – “42-Year-Old Virgin” – Roger uses this persona at a poker night with Stan and some of his co-workers. He never seems to get much luck and his best hand is a pair of threes.
- Lance – “Frannie 911” (from “Pulp Fiction”)
- Alfalfa – “Frannie 911”
- Native American Girl – “Frannie 911”
- Hostage – “Frannie 911“
- Lumberjack – “Frannie 911“
- Tearjerker – “Tearjerker” – The main antagonist of the episode, Tearjerker is a business tycoon who has been abducting celebrities from his spa and replacing them with robots that will star in his horrible movies. Stan Smith goes to stop Tearjerker from premiering his tragedy film in cinemas worldwide, making those who watch it cry to death literally. Tearjerker attempts to flee in an escape pod in order to create an even sadder film. Shortly into the air though, his pod malfunctions and falls into a volcano. After Stan and Sexpun are married, Tearjerker’s hand rises from the lava pit briefly but then falls back in.
- College Graduate – “Tearjerker“
- Cousin Phil – “Oedipal Panties” – Number 302 of Roger’s disguises, Roger disguises himself as this persona when Stan’s mother Betty comes to visit. He is usually drunk in this persona.
- Lederhosen – “Oedipal Panties” – This disguise appears in a picture of Roger eating chocolate in Solvang. When Francine tries to show Stan evidence of his mother’s past boyfriends going missing, she shows Stan the picture of Roger in his lederhosen disguise, which turns out not to be of much help in persuading Stan.
- Black Woman – “Oedipal Panties” – A disguise Roger uses to spy on Betty and her date Hercules to see how everyone Betty dates disappeared. She has diabetes and had to get home because she had term papers to grade. She acts as a stereotypical obese black woman who enjoys soufflé and rolls slathered in honey butter.
- Phone Operator – “Widowmaker“
- Parker Peters – “Office Spaceman” – Roger pretends to be a photographer in order to sell pictures of himself to a newspaper. He is eventually hired by the CIA. (a parody of Peter Parker).
- Laura Vanderbooben – “Stanny Slickers 2: The Legend of Ollie’s Gold” – Roger pretends to be a woman so he can be sexually harassed and then paid off by the company at which he gains employment.
- Scotch Bingington – “Spring Break-Up” – Roger creates the character of Scotch Bingington in order to throw the best spring break party and thus become the “king of spring break”.
- Mexican – “The One That Got Away” – One of Roger’s personas that arrives at the Smith house drunk on tequila. He has a black mustache and is similar in appearance to a mariachi.
- Aristocrat Woman – “The One That Got Away” – One of Roger’s personas that is a high society French aristocrat or 19th century Viennese woman (the latter is probably correct judging by her use of a dance card). She wears a dark emerald green ball gown decorated with jewels and necklaces. Her one line is “I regret my dance card is filled for the evening, but there’s always the Spring Cotillion”.
- Sholanda Dykes – “The One That Got Away – One of Roger’s personas that works at AT&T. When Francine asks why the credit for her friends and family plan still hasn’t shown up on her bill, “Sholanda” replies “That credit was generated after your last statement, it’ll show up on your next bill. Thank you for choosing AT&T”.
- Arab – “The One That Got Away” – One of Roger’s personas that is late for his daughter’s arranged wedding. He says that the daughter will learn to love her forced husband.
- Canadian Mountie – “The One That Got Away” – Goes to a convenient store and asks the clerk for a case of whiskey and a Modern Bride. While he is drawing a Hitler mustache on the cover of the Modern Bride while humming “Deutschland über alles”, the woman informs him that is credit card has expired.
- Charles Bronson – “The One That Got Away” – A persona Roger uses when he is going to dish out revenge on the person who maxed out his credit card, Sidney Huffman (actually another one of Roger’s personas). This persona has two black gloves that Roger uses so he can leave no fingerprints.
- Sidney Huffman – “The One That Got Away – One of Roger’s personas that became independent and developed a separate life. Roger originally created him to steal a pair of gloves from a store. He is a devout Christian who never drinks or smokes, works as a Bible manufacturer, and is in a loving, committed relationship with Judy Panawitz. Roger ends up killing him, his reasoning being that he was “a good egg, and that cramps my style.”
- Jester – “Choosy Wives Choose Smith” – One of Roger’s personas as he runs Roger’s Place.
- Helicopter Pilot – “Choosy Wives Choose Smith” – Roger’s disguise when he goes flying with Stan to find Travis, Francine’s ex-fiancé. Roger also wears this outfit when Stan and him go flying to the secret CIA to wait to see if Francine chooses to move on to Travis once she learns Stan is “gone”.
- Seagull Feather Disguise – “Choosy Wives Choose Smith” – A disguise Roger made out of seagull feathers when Stan and him are trapped on a desert island with a seagull he named Ira on his head. He says he made it so he has a disguise when they’re rescued because his feeling optimistic, but then hits Stan with a log screaming that their situation is all Stan’s fault.
The Phantom of the Telethon – “Phantom of the Telethon” After Stan steal’s Roger’s idea to use a telethon to raise money for the CIA Torture Program, Roger becomes “The Phantom of the Telethon” to wreak havoc and sabotage the telethon until Stan reveals it was Roger’s idea. In this disguise he sabotages the teleprompter, cuts down stage lights, crushes Jeff Fischer with a fishing boat, cuts the motorbike brakes causing Sergei Kruglov‘s Boris the Russian Circus Bear to crash, and even kidnaps Steve and dresses him up as Christine Daae. Eventually, when Stan doesn’t tell the family the truth about Roger’s idea, Roger beats Stan with his keyboard.
- Tony – “Family Affair“
- Charles Logan – “Family Affair” Part of the first Family Roger ever lived with, “Charles” was abandoned during a family vacation after threats to the family and freeloading.
- Cockney Londoner – “Live and Let Fry“
- Roy Rogers McFreely – “Roy Rogers McFreely” Chairmen of the Homeowners Association abusing his power to get back at Stan for not picking up grenadine at the grocery store.
- Tommy Calhoun – “Jack’s Back” – A southern man who goes to Roger’s Place to ask the interning Hayley for a shot of bourbon. Mr. Calhoun was his father, and Mr. Epstein was his grandfather, but the name was changed to hide the Jewish. Roger uses this disguise to tell Hayley to clean rat feces out of the air vents, remove the rats that made the feces, and then clean Roger’s pants cause he “Mr. Belvedered”.
- Dimitri Garabedian – “Jack’s Back” – A high-ranking member of the Armenian Mafia. Roger’s Place pays us for protection. Roger used this persona to kill Hayley’s persona of Constance Mathers, who Hayley was using to get less work in Roger’s bar.
- Captain Francois Dubonet – “Jack’s Back” – A French Interpol. He devoted ten years of his life to toppling the Armenian criminal empire. His wife is Marie Dubonet (Hayley), neglected due to Francois’s obsession with the Armenians and driven her to her lover Raul.
- Raul – “Jack’s Back” – A bullfighting Spaniard who left Marie Dubonet, as she was too old and barren, for a real woman who can bare him a son. However, Raul’s doctor (Hayley) informs him that the bull’s horn has done too much damage and that Raul’s testicle cannot be saved, thus Raul will never have a son.
- Toro – “Jack’s Back” – Raul’s half-bull son from the future. Raul’s other testicle became stronger, and he mated with a bull to conceive Toro.
- Hayley Smith – “Jack’s Back” – Imitating Hayley, Roger yells at Roger (Hayley) to sign his internship form. When Roger (Hayley) refuses, Hayley (Roger) decides to forge Roger’s signature himself. Roger, forging his own signature, thus signed the internship form and Hayley leaves Roger wondering what happened.
- French Costume – “Delorean Story-an“
- Park Ranger – “Every Which Way But Lose“
- General Juanito Pequeño – “Moon Over Isla Island” – Roger impersonates the dictator of a small island nation tricked by Stan into having a treaty signed. When Roger figures out he has been used by Stan, he decides to stay as the dictator, banishing Stan and making radical changes to the country, such as renaming it “Bananarama”, changing the national anthem to “Venus”, and ordering the entire country (including children) to be painted yellow and then repainted turquoise. After Stan saved Roger from an impending revolution, Roger left the country and his position was succeeded by General Hector Aldozar.
- Caitlyn Miracle Smith – Home Adrone – Pretends to be Stan and Francine’s daughter in order to get on a plane with them and go to look at a College with Hayley. In this persona, Roger claims that his middle name is due to the fact he was born with a dead twin who had an extra butt instead of a face.
- Stan Smith – Home Adrone – When he realises he can’t drink in his little girl disguise, he dresses as Stan since he left the plane and wasn’t allowed back on
- Dr. Penguin – “Man in the Moonbounce” – A prison psychologist who also paid $75 by Francine to talk to Stan about why he hasn’t stopped bouncing in the moonbounce for two days. He is required by the state to wear shoes that can’t be made into a weapon (though Francine proves that this is incorrect) and he paid extra to have his socks monogrammed with a penguin. He was taught by Dr. Mumbo Jumbo in the People’s Hospital in Cameroon. His diagnosis of Stan is that he has a case of Pavlovian conditioning, is hostile but salivating normally, and thus needs a micro-lobotamy performed with either green or red lasers. He eventually gets the prison staff to keep Stan imprisoned for a while longer, thinking that’s what Stan wanted, but Stan shows his gratitude toward Roger when he gets home by punching him in the face.
- Jeannie Gold – Shallow Vows – Jeannie Gold is a wedding planner who helped Stan and Francine plan to renew their vows. Her handbag has everything she thinks will be useful for last-minute wedding crises: needle and thread, band-aids for sore heels, and fake hymens for those not-so-well-behaved Middle Eastern brides. She has two sons, Alex & Ron, in Columbia Film School, despite the persona being totally fabricated. About her lifestyle, Jeannie said, “Alex Trebek, a chamomile tea, and a chapter of Little Women and I’m out by 8:15.” Blowing the budget on Stan and Francine’s first two renewing vow ceremonies, and having the third in a pizza parlor, she states that her business is ruined. In addition to being a wedding planner, she is also a planner of prostitution in Argentina.
- Valik – Shallow Vows – Valik is a thug that threatens to kill Steve and Hayley if they don’t find the perfect gift for Stan and Francine’s 20th Anniversary. Steve and Hayley ran away to Argentina so Valik will never find them, but Valik somehow follows them because of Jeannie Gold (another one of Roger’s personas) having one of her wedding planning offices in Argentina.
- Chex LeMeneux – “The Return of the Bling” – Played in the gold medal winning 1980 US Olympic Hockey Team
- Gollum (From Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King) – “The Return of the Bling” – Roger pays homage to the Lord of the Rings character as he goes on an enraged rampage to get his medal back.
- Russel Brand / Clive Trotter – “Cops and Roger” – Roger is disguised as actor Russell Brand but gives his name as Clive Trotter when he and Francine are robbed.
- Police Officer – “Cops and Roger“
- Miles Raymond – “Merlot Down Dirty Shame” – Roger dresses as Paul Giamatti’s character from “Sideways” when he goes wine tasting with Francine and ends up kissing her.
- Cat – “Merlot Down Dirty Shame” – Roger is inexplicably in a cat costume when Stan is beating him viciously for kissing his wife, lying about it, and then burying him alive in a coffin underground.
- Sweeps McCullough – “White Rice” A talent manager. He used to represent every sitcom neighbor and sidekick in the ’80s. He discovered Mindy Cohn, Willie Aames, the slow kid from Life Goes On.
- Uncle Kappy – “There Will Be Bad Blood” – A a fake uncle of Steve’s. He gives Steve a butterfly knife and a Hustler magazine as gifts. Even when he has his full costume on, he still says he isn’t truly Uncle Kappy until he is drunk.
Martin Sugar – “The People vs. Martin Sugar” – Put on trial for manufacturing and distributing millions of dollars worth of counterfeit handbags. Along with the counterfeiting, he subjected illegal workers to inhumane working conditions. Roger’s charm almost got the jury to let him off, but Stan made sure Roger was arrested for his crimes. Roger later escapes going to jail, and though eventually it looks like Stan has cornered him, Roger once again escapes and ends up being a jury member of Stan’s trial.
- Dr. Lawrence Feldman – “The People vs. Martin Sugar” – A persona Roger uses to report to jury duty in an attempt to have Stan not imprison him. Eventually, Stan is arrested for his earlier crime of assaulted in U.S. Marshall and Roger, though displeased about having to come to jury at 8:00 in the morning, (as Feldman) is on the jury of Stan’s trial, already charming the other jury members into finding Stan guilty.
- Bob Danelou – “The People vs. Martin Sugar” – An alter ego Roger uses when the U.S. Marshall arrives to arrest Stan. The marshall, who had been tracking down Roger’s other disguise (Martin Sugar) after his escape from the prison transport truck, can’t tell the difference between the two (despite Roger still wearing a prison uniform) and let’s Roger go. Bob makes gluten free deserts, though Roger admits the business is struggling at the moment.
- Pete Pendelman – “Fartbreak Hotel” – A concrete salesman out of Sheboygan. A recovering alcoholic, he began drinking after his wife died during breast-reduction surgery he made her get. Pete Pendelman’s wife was pregnant at the time of her death. He later specifies that two years ago his wife was killed by a plastic surgeon in Ecuador who he found on Yelp. Roger gave the surgeon two stars, and further said that he wife’s breasts looked amazing during the open casket. He also has stage two diabetes.
- Reaganomics Lamborghini – “Fartbreak Hotel” – A persona of Roger’s from 1981 who Steve meets when he goes back in time. He is a jacuzzi dealer who invites Steve to smoke crack from a pipe Roger made from a Rubix Cube. However, Roger’s hair catches on fire when he tries to smoke his pipe and he jumps into a waterbed, cooling of his burnt head. When a hotel attendant arrives, Roger claims the water bed exploded and demands a week of free rooms at the hotel or he will file a lawsuit. Steve, thus, witnessed Roger getting the week of free rooms the Smith family was using in the present day.
- The Tender Vigilante – “Fartbreak Hotel” – A superhero Roger created after he made a cape out of Francine’s clothes: “This city’s in pain, and it needs my tender justice”. He jumps off a balcony thinking he can fly, but ends up injured and reveals he doesn’t have any insurance.
- Irwin Beyer, Junior – “A Piñata Named Desire” – An acting coach who teaches a few people, Stan among them. He doesn’t give refunds even if he is gone for a long time, and doesn’t seem to care about his pupils, but does succeed in teaching Stan to act.
- Cleshawn Montegue – “A Piñata Named Desire” – A female actress who usurps the position of leading lady in the play “Piñata Man” (knowing the all the lines by heart) when the actual actress, Jacinda, and her understudy are injured in a “freak” accident.
- Ace Chapman – “I Am the Walrus” – An alter-ego Roger took on to help Steve have sex to assert dominance over Stan. When Steve mentioned it had to be consensual sex, Roger decided Ace was not a very good persona to help him. Ace carries around a bottle pills that paralyze the taker for the intent of date rape, which prove to be helpful to Jeff in order to paralyze Principal Lewis so he and Hayley don’t have to work.
- Bing Cooper – “I Am the Walrus” – A popular teenage kid who throws lots of parties when his parents are out of the house. He lived in Wisconsin until he was five then his dad, who worked for Toyota, was transferred (which is apparently how he learned to speak Japanese, though all he seems to know is “moo shu pork”). He seems to have lived in the house all his life (as there are pictures of his childhood and adolescence on the wall) and lied to a girl he that would go to Arizona State with her.
- Josh Bycel – “License to Till – A transfer student from the poor part of Santa Barbara. Roger took on this persona to make Steve cool in order to win a bet the Roger made with Klaus.
- Jenny Fromdabloc – Jenny Fromdabloc – An teenage girl and a fake cousin of Steve. Rodger was supposed to cheer up Snot after Haley rejects him, but ends up having fake sex with Snot. In the end, Roger fakes the death of this persona and reveals he has a power that allows him to move really fast. Roger mentions that she was one of his “greatest characters ever”.
- Cuss Mustard – Gorillas in the Mist – Roger assumes that country music is easy and assumes the persona of county singer Cuss Mustard but is booed off the stage. Hayley tells him county music comes from suffering so he marries a girl at the bar named Naydern.
- Calypso Banana Puffy-Sleeves – Gorillas in the Mist – When he abandons Naydern, Roger tries to adopt the persona of a calypso singer but Naydern tracks him down and drags him back with her.