Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Celeb Parents Who Voiced Cartoons
The new mama lent her voice to the role of Dot in the Disney movie "A Bug's Life." She was the lovable younger sister of Princess Atta.
As a child in the 1980s, Stacy Ferguson (aka Fergie) provided the voice for Sally from "Peanuts." She voiced the pragmatic little sister of Charlie Brown perfectly!
Not only does Vin Diesel know how to drive in "Fast and Furious," he also has great voice talents. He voiced the the eponymous character in "The Iron Giant" from 1999.
The Oscar winner has a pretty "sweet" gig as the voice for the yellow M&M. (We've always liked the peanut ones the best.)
Christopher Plummer provides the voice for Charles F. Muntz in the Disney/Pixar film "Up." The adventurous character is a pretty crazy scientist.
The late John Ritter voiced the lovable Big Red Dog, Clifford. He received several Emmy nominations for his voice work.
Before he was Batman, Christian Bale voiced John Rolfe in Disney's "Pocahontas," John Smith's best friend and fellow soldier.
The legendary Elizabeth Taylor voiced Maggie from "The Simpsons." She provided the voice for Maggie's first word in "Lisa's First Word."
Meg Ryan was the voice of Dr. Blight in "Captain Planet and the Planeteers." The character had an cool hairstyle and was constantly trying to take over the planet.
Before she was Yoga on "Orange Is the New Black," Constance Shulman voiced Patti Mayonnaise on the TV show "Doug." We wished we could be best friends with the lovable blonde with the awesome polka dot sweater.