You may have watched these '80s TV shows so often that the characters feel like family. But, do you think you can remember their last names? From Fonzie to Roseanne it's time to test your '80s TV knowledge!
The character of Sam Malone was played by Ted Danson. Danson went on to play D.B. Russell on the "CSI" franchise.
The character of Willie Tanner was played by Max Wright. Wright played the manager of the coffee shop on "Friends" in the first two seasons of that show.
Hannibal Smith was played by George Peppard. Peppard starred opposite Audrey Hepburn in the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
The character of Blanche Devereaux was played by Rue McClanahan. McClanahan won an Emmy for her role in 1987.
The character of Mike Seaver was played by Kirk Cameron. Cameron's sister, Candace Cameron Bure, played D.J. on "Full House."
The character of Squiggy was played by David Lander. Lander was born David Leonard Landau in 1947.
The character of Angela was played by Judith Light. Light formerly starred as Karen Wolek on the daytime soap opera, "One Life to Live."
The character of Captain Jean-Luc Picard was played by Patrick Stewart. Stewart was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2010.
The character of Clair Huxtable was played by Phylicia Rashad. Rashad was married to former pro running back and wide receiver, Ahmad Rashad.
The character of Steven Keaton was played by Michael Gross. Gross holds a Master's of Fine Arts from Yale University.
The character of Winnie Cooper was played by Danica McKellar. McKellar holds a degree in Mathematics from UCLA.
The character of James "Sonny" Crockett was played by Don Johnson. Johnson is the father of Dakota Johnson of "Fifty Shades of Grey" fame.
The character of Harry Stone was played by Harry Anderson. Anderson is a magician in real life and an amateur magician on the show.
The character of Danny Tanner was played by Bob Saget. Saget attended film school at Temple University.
The character of Rebecca Donaldson was played by Lori Loughlin. Loughlin was born in Queens, New York.
The character of David Addison was played by Bruce Willis. Willis was born in West Germany to a German mother and an American father.
The character of Al Bundy was played by Ed O'Neill. O'Neill went to college on a football scholarship.
The character of Hawkeye Pierce was played by Alan Alda. Alda has polio when he was a child.
The character of Hot Lips Houlihan was played by Loretta Swit. Swit worked as a stenographer before breaking into acting.
The character of Jack Tripper was played by John Ritter. Ritter's father was singing cowboy, Tex Ritter.
The character of Arnold Jackson was played by Gary Coleman. The character of Willis Jackson was played by Todd Bridges.
The character of Mrs. Garrett was played by Charlotte Rae. Rae was born Charlotte Rae Lubotsky in 1926.
The character of Ricky Stratton was played by Ricky Schroder. Schroder made his child acting debut in the 1979 version of "The Champ."
The character of Fonzie was played by Henry Winkler. Winkler earned an MFA at the Yale School of Drama.
The character of Captain Stubing was played by Gavin MacLeod. MacLeod played Murray Slaughter on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
The character of Roseanne Conner was played by Roseanne Barr. Barr ran for president in 2012, snagging almost 50,000 votes.
The character of Alexis Colby was played by Joan Collins. Collins was born in London in 1933.
The character of Geordi La Forge was played by LeVar Burton. Burton is the host of "Reading Rainbow," a PBS children's show.
The character of Zack Morris was played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Gosselaar once did commercials for Oreos.
The character of Kelly Kapowski was played by Tiffani-Amber Thiessen. She won Miss Junior America in 1987 and did some modeling after that.
The character of Potsie Weber was played by Anson Williams. Williams was born Anson William Heimlich in 1949.
The character of Ralph Malph was played by Donny Most. Most was born and raised in New York.
The character of Frank Burns was played by Larry Linville. Linville studied aeronautical engineering in college.
The character of Radar O'Reilly was played by Gary Burghoff. He and actress Lynda Carter were in a band, the Relatives, in 1968.
The character of Carmine Ragusa was played by Eddie Mekka. Mekka has performed in Broadway and off-Broadway productions.