May 3, 2017

Celebrity Cast Announced for Third Season of Celebrity Family Feud

The biggest names in the world of television, sports, music, movies, and even a former Feud host are playing this season’s Celebrity Family Feud.

ABC launches the third season of its smash hit summer series Celebrity Family Feud on Sunday, June 11th, at 8:00PM ET. Each episode sees teams face off in the iconic game show for a chance at $25,000 for the charity of their choice. Steve Harvey returns as host. This season you can expect to see familiar faces from the world of entertainment, sports stars, and even Steve’s own family, get in on the action. Equally cool is the return of former Family Feud host Louie Anderson as a contestant, his first appearance on Feud since leaving the show in 2002.

Here is who to expect this season, courtesy ABC. Looking forward to anyone in particular? (In bold is the team captain. If only one person is listed, the rest are friends and family. Full listed teams are all-star teams.)

The Harvey Boys – Playing for Morehouse College
Marjorie Harvey – Steve’s wife
Broderick Stephen Harvey, Jr. – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s son
Jason Harvey – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s son
Kareem Vincent Patrick Hawthorne – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s son-in-law
Benjamin Troy Raymond – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s son-in-law


The Harvey Girls – Playing for Spelman College
Doris Bridges – Mrs. Marjorie Harvey’s Mother
Brandi Lee Harvey – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s daughter
Karli Harvey Raymond – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s daughter
Morgan Janel Hawthorne – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s daughter
Lori Alexandria Harvey – Mr. and Mrs. Harvey’s daughter

Amy Schumer – Award-winning comedian, writer, producer and actress, whose credits include “Trainwreck,” the upcoming feature film “Snatched” and her TV series “Inside Amy Schumer”; playing for Everytown for Gun Safety


Kelly Clarkson – Singer/songwriter, author and a Grammy®-award winner with album sales exceeding over 25 million worldwide; playing for The Dollywood Foundation

“Dancing with the Stars” – Playing for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Kym Johnson – Married to Robert Herjavec and “Dancing with the Stars” two-time Mirrorball winner
Keo Motsepe – “Dancing with the Stars” professional dancer since 2014 and reigned eight straight years as the South African Latin Dance Champion
Lindsay Arnold – Season 24 marked Lindsay’s ninth season as a professional dancer on “Dancing with the Stars”
Sharna Burgess – Joined “Dancing with the Stars” in season 13 and has danced with Nick Carter, James Hinchcliffe, Antonio Brown and Noah Galloway
Sasha Farber – Joined “Dancing with the Stars” in season 13 and has danced with Snooki, Kim Fields, Terra Jole and Simone Biles


“Shark Tank” – Playing for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles
Robert Herjavec – Married to Kym Johnson; Shark and technology innovator and cybersecurity expert
Lori Greiner – Shark, inventor and entrepreneur; known as the “Queen of QVC”
Daymond John – Shark; well-known fashion and branding expert
Chris Sacca – Shark and Silicon Valley billionaire investor
Sabin Lomac – “Shark Tank” Season 4 entrepreneur; co-owner of Cousins Maine Lobster

The Bachelors – Playing for CreatiVets
Wells Adams – He appeared on the 12th season of “The Bachelorette” in 2016 (with JoJo Fletcher)
Daniel Maguire – He appeared on the 12th season of “The Bachelorette” (with JoJo Fletcher) and the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2016
Robert Graham – He appeared on the 9th season of “The Bachelorette” (with Desiree Hartsock) and the first season of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2014
Luke Pell – He appeared on the 12th season of “The Bachelorette” in 2016 and was one of JoJo Fletcher’s final three choices
Chase McNary – He appeared on the 12th season of “The Bachelorette” in 2016 (with JoJo Fletcher) 


The Bachelorettes – Playing for FosterMore
Jubilee Sharpe – She appeared on the 20th season of “The Bachelor” (with Ben Higgins) in 2015
Amanda Stanton – She appeared on the 20th season of “The Bachelor” (with Ben Higgins) in 2015 and the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2016
Lace Morris – She appeared on the 20th season of “The Bachelor” (with Ben Higgins) in 2015 and the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2016
Olivia Caridi – She appeared on the 20th season of “The Bachelor” (with Ben Higgins) in 2015
Caila Quinn – She appeared on the 20th season of “The Bachelor” (with Ben Higgins) in 2015 and was one of his final three choices; also appeared on the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2016

Neil deGrasse Tyson – Cosmologist, author and astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History; playing for STRIVE International


Rick Fox – NBA Champion, actor and businessman; playing for together1heart

MLB Legends – Playing for Major League Baseball (MLB) Charities
“The Wizard” Ozzie Smith – Hall of Famer and World Series champion
Kevin Millar – World Series champion and MLB Network analyst
Prince Fielder – Six-time All-Star and two-time Home Run Derby champion
Pedro Martinez – Hall of Famer and World Series champion
Harold Reynolds – Two-time All-Star and MLB Network analyst


NBA Legends – Playing for MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership
James Worthy – Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer
Tyrone Curtis “Muggsy” Bogues – NBA Legend
Gary Payton – Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer
Horace Grant – Four-time NBA Champion
Robert Horry – Seven-time NBA Champion

Eva Longoria – Actress, director and producer; playing for Padres Contra El Cancer
Amaury Nolasco – Actor and producer, known for “Prison Break,” “Transformers” and “2 Fast 2 Furious”
Ana Ortiz – Actress known for “Ugly Betty,” “Devious Maids” and “Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son”
Justina Machado – Actress known for “One Day at a Time,” “Jane the Virgin” and “Six Feet Under”
Wilmer Valderrama – Actor, singer and producer known for “That ‘70s Show,” “NCIS” and appears in the animated comedy “Charming”


George Lopez – Actor/comedian; playing for George Lopez Foundation
Constance Marie – Known for her roles on “George Lopez,” the film “Selena” and currently on the Freeform drama “Switched at Birth”
Ray Diaz – Model and actor on “George Lopez,” HULU’s “East Los High”
Oscar De La Hoya – Olympic gold medal-winning boxer best known for his winning bouts in six different weight classes
Mayan Lopez – George’s daughter

Bindi Irwin – Australian conservationist and “Dancing with the Stars” Season 21 Mirrorball winner; playing for Wildlife Warriors USA Inc.

Chrissy Metz – Actress best known for her roles in “This Is Us,” “My Name Is Earl” and “American Horror Story: Freak Show”; playing for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Sandra Lee – Multiple Emmy Award-winning lifestyle expert, author of 27 best-selling books and editor in chief of Sandra Lee Magazine; playing for UNICEF


Lea Thompson – Director, producer and actress on Freeform’s long-running series “Switched at Birth”; playing for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research

Ashley Graham – International model, designer and body activist, who was the first size 14 model to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit edition; playing for World Vision


Yvette Nicole Brown – Film and television actress who currently stars as “Dani” on the CBS reboot of “The Odd Couple”; playing for The Motion Picture and Television Fund

NFLPA Legends – Playing for Active Minds
Marshall Faulk – Former NFL running back selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011
Andre Reed – Former NFL wide receiver selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014
Anthony Munoz – Former NFL offensive lineman inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998
Derrick Brooks – Former NFL linebacker elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014
Rod Woodson – Former NFL cornerback and safety; inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009

NFLPA All Stars – Playing for Professional Athletes Foundation
Le’Veon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers running back
Patrick Peterson – Arizona Cardinals cornerback
Derrick Johnson – Kansas City Chiefs linebacker
Joe Thomas – Cleveland Browns offensive tackle
DeAndre Hopkins – Houston Texans wide receiver

Ralph Sampson – 7-foot-4 retired NBA legend; playing for The University of Virginia Health Foundation


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – NBA’s all-time leading scorer and six-time NBA champion is playing for Skyhook Foundation

U.S. Olympic Swim Team – Playing for the USA Swimming Foundation
Nathan Adrian – Three-time Olympian with eight Olympic medals and five gold, including two in 2016, two in 2012 and one in 2008
David Plummer – Two-time Olympic medalist, winning gold and bronze in 2016
Connor Jaeger – Two-time Olympian and silver medalist in 2016
Elizabeth Beisel – Three-time Olympian and two-time Olympic medalist, winning silver and bronze in 2012
Allison Schmitt – Three-time Olympian and eight-time Olympic medalist, including gold in 2016 and three gold medals in 2012


U.S. Gymnastics Team – playing for the Boys and Girls Club of America
Shannon Miller – The most decorated U.S. gymnast at the Olympic Games with seven medals, including the 1996 team gold and balance beam gold, the 1992 all-around silver, and more
Dominique Moceanu – Part of the first U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team to ever win Olympic gold in 1996 and doing so at just 14 years old, she remains the youngest U.S. gymnast ever to win a gold medal
Paul Hamm – Three-time Olympic medalist in 2004, winning the all-around gold, team silver, and high bar silver
Morgan Hamm – Olympic medalist in 2004, winning the team silver
Dominique Dawes – Three-time Olympian, four-time Olympic medalist and first African American to win an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics

Kandi Burruss – Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and television star on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”; playing for Kandi Cares


Cynthia Bailey – International supermodel, actress, producer and reality television star on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”; playing for Toys for Tots

Kyle Massey – Actor, rapper, musician and philanthropist; best known for Disney Channel’s “That’s So Raven” and “Cory in the House”; playing for Starkey Hearing Foundation


Jennie Garth – Actress who has starred in such hits as “Mystery Girls,” which she also executive produced, and “Beverly Hills 90210”; playing for American Heart Association

Boy Band – Playing for the Prostate Cancer Foundation
Nick Lachey – “98 Degrees”
Joey Fatone – “NSYNC”
Nathan Morris – “Boyz II Men”
Howie Dorough – “Backstreet Boys”
Chris Kirkpatrick – “NSYNC”


Girl Group – Playing for Girls Inc.
Carnie Wilson – “Wilson Phillips”
Terry Ellis – “En Vogue”
Sabrina Bryan – “The Cheetah Girls”
Robin Antin – Creator of “The Pussycat Dolls” and “Playground LA” dance studio 
Kiely Williams – “3LW” and “The Cheetah Girls”

Louie Anderson – Iconic comedian and three-time Emmy Award-winner starring in FX’s hit series “Baskets”; playing for Basic Needs Inc. of South Washington County D/B/A Stone Soup Thrift Shop


Christina Milian – Multitalented film/television actress, reality star/producer, international recording artist/songwriter and wine company owner; playing for Hands4Hope LA  

Lee Brice – Country music recording artist; playing for The Folds of Honor


Jerrod Niemann – Multiplatinum country music artist; playing for the United Service Organizations, Inc.

Faith Evans – Multiplatinum Grammy Award-winning recording artist, songwriter, arranger and record producer; playing for Pacer


Ross Mathews – A television personality who got his start on “The Tonight Show”; currently an E! Red Carpet staple and co-host on “Hollywood Today Live”; playing for the Palm Springs Animal Shelter

Funny Guys – Playing for The Bob Woodruff Foundation
Paul Scheer – Married to June Diane Raphael; actor on “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Veep”
John Gemberling – “Making History” and “Broad City”
Adam Pally – “Making History” and “Happy Endings”
Eugene Cordero – “Kong: Skull Island”
Horatio Sanz – “Great News” and “SNL”
Funny Gals – Playing for Planned Parenthood 
June Diane Raphael – Married to Paul Scheer; actress on “Grace & Frankie”
Andrea Savage – “I’m Sorry” and “Veep”
Kristen Schaal – “Bob’s Burgers” and “Last Man on Earth”
Nicole Byer – “Loosely Exactly Nicole”
Carla Gallo – “Bones” and “Neighbors”