15 Characters We Didn't Realize Were Voiced By Celebs

15 Characters We Didn't Realize Were Voiced By Celebs

Remember princess Fiona was voiced by Cameron Diaz in Shrek, Shrek 2, Shrek 3, and Shrek Forever After.

It is indeed one thing to appear in front of the cameras and quite another to give an onscreen animator life as well as expression. These celebrities aren't simply excellent next to the camera; they also have comedic sensibilities and have voiced such well-animated characters...

Well, over the years, a staggering number of well-known actors have offered their talents to cartoon characters. Numerous celebrities prefer voice-over acting because it allows them to act in a new way. Most likely, you've seen a few of these episodes as well as movies and therefore have no idea whose voice you're hearing.

Bryan Cranston was revealed to have voiced two Power Rangers villains (with fewer iconic lines than he had from Breaking Bad, alas). Here is the whole enchilada, as well as 14 additional stories. Keep reading below…

Lou Ferrigno partly voiced Hulk in The Avengers. Joss Whedon wanted Hulk to sound very human-like, not like a monster, and the voice that ended up working best was a combination of Mark Ruffalo, Lou Ferrigno, and three other people. CRACKED.COM

Source: Yahoo

J.K. Simmons voices the Yellow M&M. He's voiced the character for over two decades and, when he won an oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 2015, M&M's gave him a portrait of himself made only out of peanut and milk chocolate M&M's. CRACKED.COM

Source: MLive

The survivors in I Am Legend were all voiced by Faith No More singer Mike Patton. The filmmakers wanted those survivors to sound vaguely human-like, but kind of weird, so they started asking musicians to do the voices, and settled on Patton. CRACKED.COM

Source: MTV

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