It’s no secret that voice acting is almost as important to cartoons as the visuals themselves. The right voice actor can make or break a character—and the right voice actor can also make or break a show. In this article, we’re going to talk about some of the most famous voice actors and actresses in the business, as well as some of their most famous roles.
The world of cartoons is a magical place, full of colorful characters and stories. But what if I told you that the voices behind all those characters were also voices you’ve heard before? Well, they are! And in this post we’ll be exploring just how famous actors & actresses help bring famous cartoons to life.
The most famous cartoons are voiced by actors & actresses. You may have heard of the term ‘actor’ being used to describe a voice actor. An actor is someone who performs on a stage or screen and usually has speaking lines. A voice actor, on the other hand, is someone who uses their vocal talents (in other words, they can talk and sing) to be the voice of characters in movies, cartoons and video games.
Voice actors are just as popular as those who act onscreen because they’re often more recognizable than their animated counterparts. If you’ve ever watched an episode of South Park or The Simpsons then you’ve probably noticed that different characters have unique voices that don’t match up with their appearance at all! For example: Cartman sounds like puberty hit him hard one day and he hasn’t quite recovered yet; Kyle sounds like he’s trying way too hard to be cool; Stan has an eager-to-please attitude when it comes down it being true friends with everyone else at school…and so forth! You might think these guys were born with such distinct personalities but that couldn’t be further from the truth! The truth is all these guys were born inside our imaginations but we’d like them better if they all sounded like us instead so we’ll take them over there now.
So, what are your thoughts about this list? Do you have a favorite voice actor or actress that I’ve left out? Let me know in the comments below!