This is a list of voice actors. The list of works are merely a summation as many voice actors work for many different projects that would be too numerous to list. Template:CompactTOC8



  • Emily Bauer (Voice of Dawn from the ongoing Pokemon series)
  • Noel Blanc, Mel's son, who succeeded his father as voice actor for many of his characters.


Steve Carell (Hammy from Over the Hedge, Ned McNodd from Horton Hears A Who! and Gru from Despicable Me franchise)

Jim Carrey (Horton from Horton Hears A Who!)

  • Bud Collyer (Voiced Clark Kent/Superman on radio in the 1940s, and in seventeen animated short films. He repeated the role from 1966-1970, in The New Adventures of Superman cartoon series. As of this writing, he's the only person who has voiced the character on all three forms of media : radio, movies, and television.
  • Richard Ian Cox (InuYasha dub), voice of Quicksilver in "X-Men: Evolution", English dub of Burner Man in ((Megaman: NT Warrior Axxess))


  • Vincent D'Onofrio (Reprised role as the Bug in the 1998 Men in Black series after is role in the 1997 film)
  • Hal Douglas (many movie trailers and commercials, including the trailer for Seinfeld's Comedian)


  • Geoff Edwards (the voice of James Farr's Xombie characters Dirge and XarGgothua Soldiers; also the movie promo voice of Canadian broadcasting network APTN)
  • Elwood Edwards ("You've got mail", "Welcome", "Goodbye", and other client status announcements in the AOL application suite)


  • Dominic Frisby UK based. Characters in Roary the Racing Car. Documentaries include The Crystal Skull, Science Of Star Wars, The Girl Who Never Ate, Sex On The Job, Green Berets Under Fire, Valley Of The Wolves , A Tudor Feast At Christmas, Secret Life Of An Office Cleaner. Movie trailers include Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels'. Voice of many TV ads and promos for BBC, ITV, Ch 4, Ch5, National Geographic, Sky.


  • Linda Gary (considered one of the premier animation voice-over artists of the 1970s through the 1990s, voiced many Hanna-Barbara, Filmation, and Disney cartoon series until her death in 1996)




  • Cara Jones (voice of GPS car navigation systems worldwide, in addition to numerous games)






  • Michael Overby (radio commercial voiceover personality, numerous characters)


  • Phil Vischer (Bob the Tomato, Jimmy Gourd, Phillipe Pea, Cedric, Archibald Asparagus, Mr. Nezzer, Mr. Lunt, Frankencelery, Cockney Pea #2, Goliath the Giant Pickle, Mr. Twisty (King Twistomer) from VeggieTales)
  • Dave Pettitt (Numerous characters in the Gundam, Dragon Ball, and Zoids franchises, several other anime and game related roles, Benjamin in Benjamin Blümchen TV Series, Tormak in the Lego franchise Legends of Chima plus many more. )



  • Jan Rabson ("Wall-e", "Up", "Cars", "Shrek II", "Slim Pig" - horse, "PLaymobil Movie" - VooDoo Daddy & Parrot, "Yummiland" - Mayor, "Curious George")
  • Chuck Riley (Disc jockey, movie trailers, commercials, promos, CBS TV)
  • Donna Reed (Voice of NBC affiliates; Munich Olympics Documentary; URU-Ages Beyond Myst) (Ubisoft)



  • Glynnis Talken (Kerrigan and the Medic from the popular StarCraft computer game series, The Rogue and the barmaid from the popular Diablo computer game series, Kashya from the popular Diablo computer game series, and Julie Winters from MTV's The Maxx
  • Marc Thompson (Best known for voicing Kasey from TMNT 2003 series, Payton in Chaotic, and many antagonist voices in Pokemon)



  • Sylvia Villagran: Voice of World's Funniest Commercials, Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials


  • David Wills (Voice of Espio from the Sonic the Hedgehog game series)




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