I Know That Voice From Somewhere: 15 Iconic Animation Voice Actors

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It’s commonly perceived that truly successful Hollywood actors have to sacrifice public anonymity in the pursuit of the best movie and television roles. After all, when is the last time you’ve seen Will Smith or Tom Cruise pushing a cart down a shopping aisle? However, there is a certain breed of thespian that can gain notoriety without ever once revealing themselves to the public—voice actors. Here are 15 of the actors behind some of the most iconic animated characters in history. You may not know all of their faces, but you certainly could recognize their voices.

Tom Kenny

Photo: WENN.com

Comedian Tom Kenny’s voice is unmistakable for anyone who has ever turned on Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon. He currently juggles the starring role, the French narrator, and his live-action performance of Patchy The Pirate on Spongebob Squarepants. He also voices The Ice King on Cartoon Network’s hugely popular Adventure Time with Finn and Jake. Comedy fans may also know him from his performances on the HBO sketch show Mr. Show.

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  1. says:

    Oh, my goodness, Moguldom Media Group! Proof read! Missing words, incorrect words (know vs no), trite phrases used twice in the same short bio (as such)? No doubt you want your sites to evidence a higher standard than what I’ve seen in just one story thread! Entertaining and interesting info but if the writing is sloppy it makes the reader wonder if the content is questionable.

  2. says:

    John DiMaggio is also the voice of Wakka from Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2

  3. says:

    And Tara Strong was also the voice of Rikku in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2

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