24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

Friday, Jul 1, 2022, 5:49 am
By:Tony Williams

Celebrities usually give their voice to popular cartoon characters of leading animated movie franchises, of course in return for money. Almost all the recently released top animated movies have big Hollywood names listed in their cast. For example, the stars like Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, and Idris Elba voiced the top characters of "The Jungle Book" (2016) movie. We don't often see celebs giving their voice to cartoon characters from the TV shows or lesser-known animated films. There are many instances in the past where celebs lent their voice to such cartoons. Check 24 celebrities who voiced some of our favorite cartoon characters from TV shows and animated movies.
1.Michael Cera As Brother Bear

You probably know Michael Cera for his role in films such as "Superbad" and "Juno," but he also voiced the character of Brother Bear on the hit animated television series, "The Berenstein Bears." Although the show became very popular, it did not last too long. The show was first aired on PBS Kids in January 2003 and ended in September 2004. Based on the children's book of the same name "The Berenstein Bears" gave Cera a chance to show us more of his comedic acting skills in a different way. 

Michael Cera As Brother Bear-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

2.Jessica Walter As Fran The Dinosaur

It might be strange to picture Jessica Walter as the voice of Fran the dinosaur in the film, "Dinosaurs," from 1991, but she was indeed behind that amazing character. Most people know her as Lucille Bluth from the hit television series of ten years, "Arrested Development," but she is multi-faceted and able to take it to the world of animation.

Jessica Walter As Fran The Dinosaur-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

3.Johnny Cash As The Space Coyote In The Simpsons

Sometimes even the biggest celebrities can be found voicing cartoon characters. Icons such as Johnny Cash lend their voices to animated television shows and feature films without anyone having a clue of it. Cash voiced Homer Simpson's spirit guide, a talking coyote named "The Space Coyote" whom Homer encounters while hallucinating. The Space Coyote becomes a spirit guide to Homer, telling him to find his soul mate. This Coyote appeared only in a couple of shows. It also appeared in the "The Simpsons" comic book, and video game.

Johnny Cash As The Space Coyote In The Simpsons-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

4.Jeff Goldblum As Verminous Skumm In Captain Planet And The Planeteers

Jeff Goldblum once played a giant fly in the blockbuster film, "The Fly," so it makes sense that he also voiced the character of a large, mutant sewer rat named Verminous Skumm. Skumm keeps trying to destroy the earth's ecological balance and take control of the planet. He has an army of rats. He uses the army to attack his enemies. This villainous rat is part of the animated show, "Captain Planet and the Planeteers," broadcasted on CBS in 1990, which run until 1992. The show was not a typical 90s children's cartoon show. The producers made the show mainly to raise the environmental awareness among children. Their prime motto was not making money out of it.

Jeff Goldblum As Verminous Skumm In Captain Planet And The Planeteers-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

5.Meg Ryan As Dr. Blight

Meg Ryan has been in so many of our favorite films, there are too many to mention, but who can forget her voice in the blockbuster movie, "When Harry Met Sally?" While there are no screaming fake orgasm scenes in the animated show, "Captain Planet," you may recognize Meg as the voice of Dr. Blight.

Meg Ryan As Dr. Blight-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

6.Sting As Zarm In Captain Planet And The Planeteers

Jeff Goldblum was not the only big celebrity to voice a character on the animated show, "Captain Planet and the Planeteers." Sting voiced the character of Zarm, the Spirit of War and Destruction. The villainous character always tries to kill "Gala" and the "Captain Planet". He is a warmonger. Zarm is one of the most prominent characters of the "Captain Planet and the Planeteers" show.  He appeared in all the six seasons of the show. The multi-talented singer and actor, Sting, lent his voice along with David Warner and Malcolm McDowell, who also voiced Zarm.

Sting As Zarm In Captain Planet And The Planeteers-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

7.Ringo Starr As The Duck Brothers

Ringo Starr first took the world by storm in 1964 when he invaded America with four other guys, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison, better known as the Beatles. When the band split, they all went their separate ways, forging careers in music and more. Ringo voiced the Duck Brothers in a guest star appearance.

Ringo Starr As The Duck Brothers-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

8.Hayden Panettiere As Dot in Bugs LIfe

Most people first came to know Hayden Panettiere on the hit drama "Heroes" where she played a cheerleader with special powers, but she started a lot earlier than that. Hayden played little Lizzie on the soap opera "The Guiding Light. In 1998, she voiced the character of Dot in "A Bug's Life."

Hayden Panettiere As Dot in Bugs LIfe-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

9.Stephen Colbert And Steve Carrell As The Ambiguously Gay Duo

The Ambiguously Gay Duo stars Stephen Colbert and Steven Carrell, voicing two superheroes. Ace, Stephen Colbert, is the leader and mentor to Gary, Steven Carrell. Gary is the younger of the two and is less experienced with few superpowers. Ace has a wide array of super powers, while Gary has super strength, stamina, flexibility, laser vision, and breath.

Stephen Colbert And Steve Carrell As The Ambiguously Gay Duo-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

10.Dustin Hoffman As Benedict Arnold

Dustin Hoffman is not only a great actor that we've come to love in such films from "The Graduate" to "Tootsie," but he also has a talent for voice acting. Playing the role of Benedict Arnold in the animated television series. Liberty's Kids, we get to see him in different light.

Dustin Hoffman As Benedict Arnold-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

11.Burt Reynolds As Charlie B. Barkin

"Smokey And The Bandit" star Burt Reynolds has been around for a long time, capturing women's hearts around the world with his good looks and cocky sense of humor. His characters are often Ladies' men with lots of charm. He was a great fit to voice the character of Charlie B. Barkin in the animated film, "All Dogs Go To Heaven."

Burt Reynolds As Charlie B. Barkin-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

12.Val Kilmer As Moses in The Prince Of Egypt

In an adaptation of the Book of Exodus, the animated film, "The Prince of Egypt," was released by DreamWorks Animation, starring Val Kilmer voicing the role of Moses. The adopted son of the Pharoah Seti, Moses crosses many miles of desert, parting the sea. Kilmer also voiced the part of God in the film.

Val Kilmer As Moses in The Prince Of Egypt-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

13.Mel Gibson As John Smith

We're used to seeing Mel as cocky badass characters in blockbuster films, but he also has a softer side. In Disney's animated film "Pocahontas" Mel voiced the character of John smith. Some say that John Smith had Mel's charisma and swagger, or was it just coincidence?

Mel Gibson As John Smith-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

14.Fergie As Sally Brown In Peanuts

Most of us know Fergie as a member of the famous hip-hop music group "The Black Eyed Peas." She voiced the 'Sally Brown' character of the "Peanuts" TV series and its two spinoff movies. According to Fergie, there are many similarities between her and the "Sally Brown" character. Well, Fergie is also a blonde like Sally Brown, and two of them have a crush on Charlie Brown! Remember, she did this between the years 1984 and 1990, when she was a child. Fergie was a well-known child actor in the 90s. She also appeared on the NBC's "Kids Incorporated" TV show.  

Fergie As Sally Brown In Peanuts-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

15.Vin diesel As The Iron Giant

Vin diesel has always played tough guys trying to save the universe, and usually succeeding. That's how we know him, but before his rise to fame, he voiced the character of the Iron Giant from the animated film of the same name, where he played a giant alien robot who befriends a boy.

Vin diesel As The Iron Giant-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

16.Michael J. Fox As Stuart Little

Michael J. Fox is one of the most beloved actors in Hollywood. We met him as the cocky son of two hippy parents in the hit sitcom of the '80's, "Family Ties." Michael went on to have a successful movie career in such films as the "Back To the Future" trilogy. He also got to voice the equally beloved character of Stuart Little in the animated film of the same name.

Michael J. Fox As Stuart Little-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

17.Alec Baldwin As Dennis in SpongeBob Squarepants

When Spongebob Squarepants made it to the big screen they took a big time actor with them for the ride. Alec Baldwin voiced the character of Dennis, a hitman sent to pursue SpongeBob and Patrick. Baldwin is one of the brothers in the famous acting family of Baldwins, along with Stephen and Billy.

Alec Baldwin As Dennis in SpongeBob Squarepants-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

18.Jay Leno As The Crimson Chin

Since it seems that everyone makes fun of Jay Leno's chin, it's funny that he is able to laugh at himself by voicing the character of Crimson Chin, a comic book hero in the city of Chincinatti. He got his powers by being bitten on the chin by a radioactive celebrity when he was a talk show host called Chuck Indigo.

Jay Leno As The Crimson Chin-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

19.James Avery (Uncle Phil From Fresh Prince Of Bel Air) As Shredder

Everyone loved the late James Avery as Will Smith's Uncle Phil on the hit sitcom, "The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air," but many people don't realize that was on another hit television series. He voiced the character of Shredder, the primary turtle, on the animated show,"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

James Avery (Uncle Phil From Fresh Prince Of Bel Air) As Shredder-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

20.Frank Zappa As The Pope In Ren And Stimpy

Frank Zappa has always been way out there and has amazed us sometimes with his craziness, so when you hear him voice the Pope in an episode of the hit animated show, "Ren and Stimpy," you then realize how talented he really is. He was able to bring the character to life only the way Frank Zappa could.

Frank Zappa As The Pope In Ren And Stimpy-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

21.Busta Ryhmes As Reptar

He is no longer as popular as other rappers of the current generation are, but Busta Rhymes was a big name in the recording industry in the 90s. He voiced the "Reptar" character from the "Rugrats" animated TV series. "Rugrats" is one of the most popular 90s animated TV shows. Do you remember the character? "Reptar" is that green T-Rex in the series! Busta Rhymes is one of those rappers who give us an impression that they are tough guys, with their rap music and lyrics. It is little surprising to learn that the "Break Ya Neck" singer had given his voice to a cartoon character in a children's animated TV show!

Busta Ryhmes As Reptar-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

22.Robert Downey Jr. As Patrick Pewterschmidt

Robert Downey Jr. voiced the Patrick Pewterschmidt character in the "Family Guy" TV show. Many "Family Guy" viewers are not even aware of it. Patrick Pewterschmidt is a long-lost brother of Lois Griffin. He was a mentally ill person who spent most of his life in an asylum. When he was a kid, he walked in on his mother while she was having oral sex with a fat man. The incident traumatized Patrick and made him a serial killer, who only kills fat people. The character appeared only in a couple of episodes. Robert Downey Jr. gave his voice to the character.

Robert Downey Jr. As Patrick Pewterschmidt-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

23.Bruce Willis As Spike

Badass actor Bruce Willis is famous for his roles in such blockbuster films as the "die Hard" franchise, as well as "The Sixth Sense" and "Pulp Fiction," among many others. What many people may not know is that he voiced Spike the dog in the animated film, "Rugrats Go Wild."

Bruce Willis As Spike-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities

24.George Clooney As The Doctor From South Park

Good looking and sexy, George Clooney is known for his great acting ability, forging a career from a small role on the hit television series, "The Facts of Life." From there, he went on to have a great film career in movies such as "Oceans 11", as well as on the hit television show, "ER." That may have been practice for him to voice a doctor on the hit animated tv series, "South Park."

George Clooney As The Doctor From South Park-24 Cartoons Voiced By Celebrities



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