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Faces Behind the Voices

We get to go behind the screen to actually see who is actually responsible for bringing these lovable characters to life.

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    Tom Kenny is notorious for voicing the yellow, cube, character under the sea, Spongebob Squarepants, from the hit show, "Spongebob Squarepants!"

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    Seth Rogen is a man of many talents besides acting. He has also teamed up with Jack Black in Kung Fu Panda 2, playing, "Mantis."

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    Seth voiced the character of B.O.B. in Dreamworks, "Monsters VS Aliens." B.O.B. being this incredibly gooey and sticky blob of blue goo.

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    He also was seen voicing as another alien by the name of, Paul in the movie, "Paul."

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    John C. Reilly took on an entirely different role as a violent yet lovable giant by the name of Ralph, from the hit Disney animation movie, "Wreck-It Ralph."

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    Owen Wilson decided to take the back seat with acting so that he could voice for Lightning McQueen from the Disney Pixar films, "Cars" and "Cars 2."

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    Chris Sanders is best known for his unique voice of Stitch, from Disney's "Lilo & Stitch."

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    Tim Allen took the role of a lost space man looking to find his home, Star Command. The spaceman's name being Buzz Lightyear from Disney's Pixar's, "Toy Story", "Toy Story 2", and "Toy Story 3."

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    Tom Hanks decided to saddle up for the role as Woody, in Disney's Pixar's, "Toy Story", "Toy Story 2", and "Toy Story 3."

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    Patrick Warburton played as the big, macho, silly, henchmen for Eizma in Disney's, "The Emperor's New Groove."

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    Patrick recently has been very involved in Activision's new, up and coming series of "Skylanders", "Skylanders Giants", and "Skylanders Swap Force." He plays as the pilot, Flynn.

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    Steve Carell has played as the weird, lanky scientist, Cru in the big hit movie, "Despicable Me." He also came back again for the sequel, "Despicable Me 2."

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    Antonio Banderas has played as the beloved and adored cat in boots called, Puss In Boots, in the hit movie, "Shrek 2", "Shrek 3", and "Shrek Forever After."

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    Kevin Michael Richardson has been know for his deep voice in shows such as, ""The New Batman Adventures", "Pokemon", "Powerpuff Girls", "Family Guy", "Lilo & Stitch", "Codename Kids Next Door" and many more!

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    Kevin has also appeared in several hit video games such as, "Halo 2" and "Kingdom Hearts" as the talking crab, Sebastian, and other various games.

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    Katey Sagal decided to take on the voice of the beloved cyclops character, Leela in Matt Groening's original series, "Futurama." They been going strong for over 6 seasons!

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    John DiMaggio also took part on the show, "Futurama" as the loud mouth, alcoholic, bending robot, Bender.

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    DiMaggio has also been the voice of the yellow dog, Jake, from the new hit series, "Adventure Time", on Cartoonnetwork.

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    Tara Strong is one of the most known female voice actresses of all time. She has played huge roles in shows such as, "The Fairly OddParents", "The Powerpuff Girls", "Rugrats", "Teen Titans", and many more!

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    Another big name for female voice actresses is Cree Summer. Cree has played the voice of beloved character Susie from the "Rugrats". She has also played Elymra Duff, from the show, "Tiny Toon Adventures."

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    John Goodman has voiced as the big, furry, lovable scare machine, Sulley from Disney Pixar's, "Monsters Inc." and "Monsters University."

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    Morgan Freeman has been the VISA credit card spokesmen for a while now.

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    And who could forget about Peter Cullen. The man who has been known for his deep, raspy voice for characters such as Optimus Prime from the "Transformers" series. He also is known for his voice overs in many movie trailers and shows.

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