Pretty much every actor has a signature trait, and for some, it's definitely their voice. But some actors are a bit better at accents or changing their pitch than others. So much so that you probably didn't realize that they voice some of your favorite animated characters. Below we're sharing x famous screen actors who have also tried their hand at voice acting. Prepare to be surprised.
Many people believe that Michael Cera's acting debut was on Arrested Development, but it was only his screen acting debut. Before Cera made it big playing delightfully awkward teenagers, he was the voice of Brother Bear on The Berenstain Bears!
She was the queen of 90s rom-com, starring in classic films like When Harry Met Sally, You've Got Mail, and Sleepless in Seattle. Meg Ryan also voiced Anastasia in the synonymous cartoon about the real-life Russian princess.
The oldest Baldwin brother is known for playing suave and witty characters, like Jack Donaghy in 30 Rock. Behind the sometimes serious facade, we all know he's really a funny guy who doesn't take himself too seriously. The funnyman has voiced a few children's cartoons, like The Boss Baby and The Spongebob Squarepants Movie.
Is there anything Oprah can't do? In her long career, she's had a successful talk show, starred in feature films, edited and was usually the cover-girl of her own magazine, and started possibly the world's most famous book club. If all that wasn't enough, she also voiced Eudora (Tiana's mom) in The Princess and the Frog.
This brunette bombshell is most famous for playing badass and/or controversial characters in films like G.I. Jane, An Indecent Proposal, and the 2000s Charlie's Angels reboot. She also voiced everyone's favorite gypsy, Esmeralda, in Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
The Oscar-winning actor has an impressive film career, having worked extensively in front and behind the camera as an actor, producer, and director. He's also worked behind the microphone, voicing John Smith in Disney's Pocahontas.
You probably know action star extraordinaire Bruce Willis for starring in the Die Hard series. He has occasionally dabbled in other genres (remember his cameos on Friends and That 70s Show?), including children's cartoons! Willis has voiced characters in The Rugrats Movie and The LEGO Movie 2.
Made famous by her role in Clueless, Brittany Murphy quickly became Hollywood's sweetheart before her untimely death in 2009. Between starring in numerous comedies and dramas, Brittany Murphy also voiced Luanne in King Of The Hill and was one of the penguins in Happy Feet.
AKA, the cute kid in Love, Actually turned Game of Thrones star. Thomas Brodie-Sangster has come a long way from his child acting days, having branched out to major action films like the Star Wars series and The Maze Runner. But while building up his serious reputation on screen, he also voiced Ferb in Phineas and Ferb!
Ok, so he's better known as a rapper, but Busta Rhymes has had his fair share of film and TV cameos. And that includes voice acting as dinosaur Reptar in The Rugrats Movie. Behind the cool facade, maybe Busta Rhymes is really just a big softie?