Cammy from Street Fighter IV. Also, after hearing Carl's Japanese voice in BlazBlue, you could definitely hear Sawashiro Miyuki in his voice.
Milanor's voice comes out of Kanbaru Suruga's mouth. They have the exact same pitch and occasionally the same speech patterns. One is an idiot thief. The other is a card-carrying yandere lesbian/BL fangirl/lolicon/possible troll.
Thrasher on the 80's G.I. Joe, but best known as the voice of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in his own solo, hardly-seen syndie show, the pre-cursor to Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. On an episode of Alice, Mel, dressed in a hero costume for a party, accidentally thwarts a bank robber played by Schwartz. You didn't even have to guess.
Not only did he write and narrate the openings and closings of every episode of The Twilight Zone, he also narrated the opening of Phantom of the Paradise. So, even if you think that he can't act or write, he can introduce the HELL out of stuff.
And her voice for Mikuru is her Orihime voice, except about five times more timid. (According to maths, this means Mikuru Voice = ((Hinata Voice) + (3(older)))/(5(timid)). )
While Future Mikuru sounds like a more confident Orihime.
Reading that Stephanie Sheh does the voice for both Hinata and Naruto's Sexy Jutsu was rather amusing
She also voiced Kin.
The fact that she voices Kyrie is also amusing, since it means her love interest is Ichigo.
What is just freaking weird is any scene in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, where Mikuru is being inappropriately touched by Haruhi, so any of them. It sounds for all the world like Hinata is being molested by Tatsuki from Bleach.
Stephanie Sheh sounds quite similar in her voice acting for Dub!Orihime in Bleach and Dub!Hinata in Naruto, and the similarity is especially noticeable in that Orihime and post-timeskip Hinata have similar appearances, both struggle with issues of self-confidence, and both are in love with the main character of their respective series.
And while he may not have been as annoying as his turian counterpart, the salarian councillor was still a credit to obstructive bureaucrats everywhere.
He was also Fai Dan. So stop asking him why the colonists of Zhu's Hope are so weird!!!
He also played a Nox in Stargate SG-1's first season. Although both his Quark role and this one are live-action, they are both aliens with elaborate costumes and makeup, and so he is rather hard to recognize (although it's possible if you know who he is).
Typical Shimono Hiro role: small, energetic and somewhat silly but good-hearted youth with a bit of a temper.
His role as Sh˘ Kurusu in Uta No Prince-Sama (part of the main cast) and Conny Springer in Attack on Titan (a secondary character) have nearly identical sound in two series with stark thematic contrast, the former being a light-hearted Reverse Harem romantic comedy, the latter a grim action series with a focus on the psychology of waging war against an unknown, overpowering man-eating enemy. Especially for viewers of Uta Pri taking up AOT the effect can be jarring.
The two-part anime of yaoi series Love Pistols (Sex Pistols) is a bit obscure, but it can be found on the Net, it's subbed, and Shimono does another slightly silly genki boy for the role of main character Norio. Norio sounds just like Sh˘/Connie if they had about 30 % less machismo going on, and were subject to a heavy petting scene.
Main role of Alba in Senyuu sounds exactly like Sh˘ and Conny, except a bit wilder in execution because it's a fast-paced parody series.
A rarer type of role for Shimono was Tejlof from Aoi Sekai No Chuushin De, a calm "big brother" character cracking extra lame "insertation" sexual puns with every line.
Main role Keima Katsuragi of The World God Only Knows combines Tejlof's type with the previous 'genki boy', most often acting aloof or confident, and sounding like Tejilof, but when he gets ranting or caught up in slapstick it's a change into Conny/Sh˘.
One of the bigger secondary roles in The Devil is a Part-Timer! gets a full-on combination of creepy, violent insanity, quite an exceptional role for Shimono... a turn of events later the character ends up as a, no points for guessing it, small and not entirely credible cute boy with a bit of a temper, with That Cute Slightly Tsun Boy Voice.
A Running Gag in the TV sitcom Herman's Head involved office worker Louise (played by Yeardley Smith) being told by someone she was talking to on the phone that she sounded exactly like "that Lisa Simpson character".
I don't care how she tries to disguise it, either with a Russian accent (as in Captain Planet) or a British accent (as in The Replacements or Dial M For Monkey), I know Kath Soucie's voice ANYWHERE. Okay, it is a little bit difficult to tell Phil and Lil from Nerissa...
It's kind of distracting since when he's introduced Lelouch sounded like Renton (as opposed to his usual, mostly adult sounding voice) when he's introduced, and since Rolo sounds like Shinji it makes Lelouch sound younger than him.
I was more surprised to hear murderous tykebomb Yandere Rolo sharing a voice with HanataroYamada, of all people.
Spike...and half of Evangelion's cast, are in Gunsmith Cats.
I SWEAR he voiced Milanor in Yggdra Union. The character may be more butch than Spike's standard fare, but just listen to him when he's yelling. I'd recognize that scream anywhere.
Spike seems to be all about the mechas: first, Evangelion, then Code Geass R2, and then Steambot Chronicles.
Recently played a Saburo Togusa of Durarara!!, a character that actually doesn't sound like Shinji for once. Oh, also Papillon
What? No mention of Arakune??? You failed me Internet.
He opted out of mechas and turned to cyborgs in the Battle Angel OVA of the Battle Angel Alita franchise. He played Yugo/Hugo, a maintenance worker for Dr. Ido.
And now Hubert from Tales of Graces. Basically acts (and sounds) just like all of the arrogant young men above with the added bonuses of Tsundere and Adorkable.
Ben Stein is well-known for his dull, drab monotone voice. So dull, in fact, that it's interesting, bringing mathematical paradox to mind. Among the roles in which he's alternately amused the audience/bored them to tears:
On Duckman, Stein plays Duckman's psychiatrist neighbor, who just happens to be named...Ben Stein.
On Animaniacs, Stein tormented the Warners as Francis "Pip" Pumphandle, a man prone to telling very long, very dull anecdotes in a monotone voice while following the Warners everywhere, no matter where they tried to run.
Speaking of One Piece and Dragon Ball, Sonny Strait uses a very similar voice for Usopp as he did for Krillin. Reruns of Dragon Ball Z were aired right after new episode of One Piece, so it's very easy to compare.
As the page quote lampshades, Eric Stuart has similar voices for Brock and Kaiba, as well as Gourry, though he has a completely different style when he did James, Wataki, and Meta Knight. Ironically, Yami's own VA is quite recognizable in 4Kids shows himself (especially when doing the Yami tone), because he's voiced byDAN GREEN!
In an episode of Hayate the Combat Butler season 2, the cast are trapped in a dungeon. Nagi finds herself in the vicegrip of a robot, and Hayate wishes he had the power to save her. Cue dead priest Linn telling him to Image it.
Light has the same voice of Quatre of Gundam Wing. Oh, Quatre...(not to mention that insane follower Mikami's dub voice is Trowa; in the original Japanese, he's the Ohtori Kyouya to Light's Tamaki.)
Not really surprising, considering that Brad Swaile's done several notable Gundam characters, including the protagonist of the original series. And yet again, he's been tapped for more Gundam - he's the VA for Setsuna in the English dub of Gundam 00 as well...
Swaile also played Nightcrawler in X-Men: Evolution. Try reconciling the fuzzy blue dude with Light Yagami.
I can top that. Brad Swaile also voices Lan from Mega Man NT Warrior. You can do a double take upon hearing that particular voice for Light, rather understandably as Lan is the ultimate personification of the Idiot Hero...not to mention twelve.
Also Maxine Gibson. Terrifingly, she also plays Mercy Graves in Superman: Doomsday, there was nothing more shocking for this trooper than to see the sexy if heartless bodyguard open her mouth... and hear Maxine Gibson speaking to Lex Luthor.
Does the warden of the Fire Nation's prison ship in episode 1x06 of Avatar: The Last Airbender sound a bit like Lieutenant Sulu, by any chance? It's no coincidence; that is indeed George Takei providing his voice.
When Nui Harime starts talking, she sounds so much like Young!Nanoha or Rika Furude - disturbingly so, given how very unlike Nui is from either of them on the inside. When she undergoes an epicVillainous Breakdown in Episode 22, her voice becomes unstable and drops significantly down to Bernkastel levels.
Mayumi Tanaka is known primarily for playing the role of various young males in shonen anime. Hearing her play possible female romance interest Kanna Kirishima in Sakura Taisen using a voice similar to plucky male hero Monkey D. Luffy is really, really weird.
And in the Digimon Savers dub, the two newcomers to the series playing main characters also had ties to Naruto: Gaomon is Might Guy and Marcus is Iruka — that is to say, Skip Stellrecht and Quinton Flynn respectively.
For his leads, Mr. Templeman is often typecast to play Magnificent Bastards, for which he usually employs the same voice. It's quite interesting to find out that Kain not only has a feud going with Reed Richards and a stake in the Jade Empire arena, he is also making a bid for the throne of Ferelden.
He became a quarian admiral in Mass Effect 2 and also the enormous bastard, Dr. Gavin Archer.
If you watch any anime featuring a powerful, Magnificent Bastard-style villain, or Ax-Crazy maniac bad guy, chances are quite high that they will be voiced by a certain Norio Wakamoto. He has voiced many villains in his time, ranging from Cell of Dragon Ball to M. Bison of Street Fighter fame, Black Shadow in the F-Zero anime, Emperor Charles Di Britannia from Code Geass and Igniz, the final boss of King Of Fighters 2001 (and at one point, Rugal).
Norio has also voiced a select few number of good guys as well, from Lando Calrissian in the Japanese dub of Star Wars to Shuren in Fist of the North Star.
Not really good or evil, but he has also voiced a cat and a [[Nichijou wooden cube]], I kid you not. Heavy dramatic voice and all.
Princess Bubblegum and Penny Sanchez sound... exactly the same. Both hail from shows from Frederator, both hail from shows starting out cartoon shorts shows, and both are (insufferable) genius female inventors. It took watching both on DVR back to back for me to figure out that they sound exactly alike.
And neither was it for the entirety of Revenge Of The Fallen, meaning he was pretty much Dr. Claw on a satellite. It's pretty damn effective though.
The above tropers have a talent for understatement. Frank Welker is arguably the most prolific voice actor of all times (over 90 movies, not counting TV shows). Known especially for his critter voices. Welker is listed as the number one "All Time Top 100 Stars at the Box office," not as a box office draw, but in terms of the total revenue the over 90 films he has participated in have generated. Slimer, Abu, Scooby-Doo, G1 Megatron, Mirage, Skywarp, Wheelie, Rumble/Frenzy, Scooter, Lord Nibbler (both his squeaking and talking versions), and Goddard are just some of the voices he's done. Odds are, if you've watched a cartoon in the last 40 years, you've sampled his work.
When the "critter" role on Gargoyles was being cast, another actor who was auditioning for the part said, "I'll just hold the script until Frank gets here."
And he was suggested as a cameo in the first live action Scooby-Doo film, but the casting people didn't see the point, since they didn't have a clue who he actually was... Of course, when someone was needed for the creature noises, the first and only person the effects people went to was... Frank Welker!
You know you've watched way too many cartoons when you find yourself being able to recognize Welker by his animal sounds.
And speaking of Galvatron and Spock, there is one other man who has played both characters: the ever ubiquitous Frank Welker.
Red M&M, the current Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig and Woody Woodpecker, some incarnates of Stitch and Rayman, Professor Farnsworth, Zapp Brannigan, Lars Fillmore, Leo Wong, Richard Nixon's head (during two commentaries he uses Nixon's voice to say "Rubber baby buggy bumpers,") know him?
Child actor turned Young Hollywood founder RJ played the title role in Kissyfur, then played Cavin in various episodes of The Gummi Bears and Kit Cloudkicker in most episodes of TaleSpin. He also played Sam in the live action sequences of Wake Rattle And Roll.
Considering how many well-known roles Dave Wittenberg is, the fact that he wasn't already mentioned surprises me...but considering that some of his roles are drastically different sounding than each other...Not everyone can make the link.
Kefka sounds an awful lot like Teddie for a few moments, doesn't he?
Heeeeey...he's a narrator on I didn't know I was pregnant and Mystery ER.
He also does the English narration for Ninja Warrior. It makes sense.
He also played a nameless extra of a scientist who talked to Alex Mercer during one of the Web Of Intrigue segments (specifically, the one where the real Alex mentions that he wasn't paid to feel) — I was wondering what Kakashi was doing working in the Big Applesauce. I checked the very long credits list to be sure. He's actually not listed for that one.
CJ has to jump on board a plane and kill everyone while it's taking off? Why should he? Oh, Hades told him to. OK then.