15 Sneaky Celeb Appearances In ‘The Fairly Odd Parents’
Butch Hartman’s Farily Odd Parents on Nickelodeon raised a lot of us, but going back and revisiting episodes may be surprising when you hear so many recognizable voices. Here are 15 celebrities hidden within the fairy cinematic universe.
Julia Louis Dreyfus as Blonda
The Veep queen herself appears as the voice of Wanda’s sister, Blonda.
You know Hartman is a big Seinfeld fan as The April Fool character is also just an impression of Jerry Seinfeld.
Norm Macdonald As Norm the Genie
Who could’ve guessed that the actor playing Norm the Genie was none other than comedy legend Norm Macdonald. I guessed I should’ve known this one, but when you’re 7 you have no idea who Norm Macdonald is.
Jason Bateman As Tommy Turner
Ozark, Schmo-zark; get this man in more cartoons.
The Bate-Man appears in the episode “Oh Brother” as Timmy’s older brother Tommy.
Alec Baldwin As Future Timmy
In the classic episode “Channel Chasers,” Butch Hartman brought in Alec Baldwin to portray the voice of adult Timmy Turner.
Patton Oswalt As Crimson Chin Writer
In what may be the only live action credit in all of Fairly Odd Parent, Patton Oswalt plays the comic book writer for the Crimson Chin.
Hopefully one day Patton will get his own animated character to voice.
Gilbert Godfried As Dr.Bender
This is definitely one where you look back and go, “Oh, of course that was Gilbert Gottfried.” Gilbert played the evil dentist Dr. Bender, and his evil little son.
Queen Latifa as Dromeda
Queen Latifah plays a small role in the Crash Nebula origin story episode, “Crash Nebula.” Queen Latifah lends her voice to Pam Dromeda, Crash Nebula’s superhero space coach.
Dana Carvey As Schnozmo
Dana Carvey portrays Cosmo’s mischievous brother, Schnozmo. Sadly, he does not sound like the church lady. #Churchladyisepic
Tom Arnold As Corporate Santa
Every child’s hero, Tom Arnold, is the voice actor responsible for “Corporate Santa Clause” in the episode “Christmas Every Day.” Tom Arnold’s version of Santa is the business minded and skinnier Saint Nick, before he has fairy magic poured down his gullet to become the plump version we all know and love.
Jackie Mason As Harvey Sandman
Little kids everywhere rejoiced the first time they heard the character Harvey Sandman. “Mommy, is that my comedy idol, Jackie Mason?” said all the children. “Yes, honey it is,” replied their mothers.
Patrick Warburton As M.E.R.F. Agents
I’m pretty sure Patrick Warburton has been in every animated show ever made since the beginning of time, so this is no surprise. Warbuton plays both Military Extraterrestrial Research Facility agents in the episodic trilogy “Wishology!”
Brendan Fraser As Turbo Thunder
Brendan, our sweet, sweet, nostalgia laced man. In the “Wishology!” trilogy, Fraser plays Turbo Thunder, the chosen one. Check the trilogy out if you ever crave more silky smooth Fraser line readings.
Tom Kenny As Cupid
Tom Kenny actually plays a multitude of characters over the course of the series, with a personal favorite being Cupid. This means Tom was getting those Spongebob checks AND Fairly Odd Parents checks.
Kenny can drop a band in the club any time he likes.
Frankie Muniz as Chester Mcbadbat
The entire reason this list exists. I watched an episode back and realized that Frankie Muniz was the voice of Timmy’s friend, Chester Mcbadbat, this entire time.
This child actor was working even HARDER than I originally had thought!
Jay Leno As The Crimson Chin
I had no idea this entire time that the voice of the Crimson Chin was….Jay Leno. It adds an entire new level of joke to the character name. Slow claps for you, Hartman.
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