WKRP in Cincinnati cast
An American sitcom, featuring a struggling fictional radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio. A proper story with full of energetic and talented actor and actresses that were really promising to keep up their best work throughout four seasons of the series. The cast of the series was with absolute solid hard workers and the list of the top of them are as follows:
Loni Anderson: One of the main cast was this amazing talented woman, named as Jennifer Marlowe, who was the gorgeous station receptionist and the most paid employee for her blonde and sexiness. Around the entire series, she was very curious to know new stuffs, very much informed on what’s happening and enough matured to handle the situations that need to solve at a very absurd place. She was very straight forward on what her jobs are: like she will never type any letters for any one in the station, will never make a cup of coffee for any stuffs or her boss and only was doing complete of job on taking and answering any kind of business calls for Mr. Carlson. She had a lot of sex appeal within her character and behavior for which a lot of wealthy and powerful men were at her back always, where as she never take care of those but gave proper respect and value towards her colleagues and responsibilities.
Gordon Jump: The ‘Big Guy’ in the series, Mr. Arthur Carlson who is the General Manager of the WKRP radio station, also the boss of Loni. He is the son of the station owner, and his indecisive style of managing the station was the main reason of the stations zero profit. He got a very profound hobby as to do fishing that to spend time in radio station.
Gary Sandy: Program Director of the radio station WKRP, Andy Travis was one of the straight man to run the station. Before he came to this station, he was experiencing a great role in another station which he brought back the failing situation to a profitable one. Throughout the entire series, he was always wearing tight jeans.
There were more cast in the series like;
Howard Hesseman as Dr. Johnny Fever, who came to this station from being fired and was a veteran, Richard Sanders as Les Nessman as bow tied reporter who was always absurd serious about his job and very incompetent within other staffs.