In addition to voicing the Hulk, Fred Tatasciore also reprises his role from the bonus levels of the tie-in game to Fantastic Four as the Thing.
Tom Kane reprises his Next Avengers role as Ultron and his Hulk Vs. and Wolverine and the X-Men role as Professor Thronton due to the fact that The Avengers: EMH is set in the same continuity as WATXM and Hulk Vs.
In addition to Kane as Thronton, Graham McTavish and Kari Wahlgren reprise their respective role from Hulk Vs. as Loki and Enchantress since The Avengers: EMH and Hulk Vs. are set in the same continuity.
While it was obvious that Peter Cullen would once again voice Optimus Prime in Transformers Prime, the biggest surprise was that they also got Frank Welker back as Megatron. This time, he did change the "iconic" G1 Megs voice, trading the "wheezy old man" voice for something sounding more rough and tough. "Minus One", much like Revenge of the Fallen and Dark of the Moon, also saw Welker reprise the role of Soundwave, who otherwise had no lines.
Transformers Animated brought an interesting perspective. While Corey Burton became the voice of Megatron, he would also reprise his role as Spike Witwicky (though in brief background cameos) and Shockwave. Another of his characters appeared (Brawn), though he went voiceless.
Also joining him was Susan Blu as Arcee, John Moschitta as Blurr and Judd Nelson for Rodimus Prime.
Every TF series brings back someone from series past to play characters they've played before, even when not connected by continuity. The Unicron Trilogy has the Beast Wars Optimus and Megs return.
In the Italian dub of The Ultimate Battle (a DVD recap of the Unicron Trilogy included with a 2-pack of Classics Optimus Prime Vs Megatron toys), Marco Balzarotti voices Optimus Prime. Since then, he took the role of Optimus Prime in every Transformers cartoon and videogame, but not in the live action movies... albeit he managed to be The Other Darrin for the live action voice actor in toy commercials and in the videogame adaptations of the first two movies.
In the Italian dub of Transformers: Cyberverse, Alessandro Capra, Cristiana Rossi and Sergio Romanò reprise their roles as Bumblebee, Windblade and Grimlock from Transformers: Robots in Disguise, while Gianluca Iacono, Lorenzo Scattorin and Claudio Moneta reprise their roles as Starscream, Wheeljack and Ratchet from Prime.
The Looney Tunes Show brought back Jeff Bergman from Tiny Toon Adventures and early 90s Looney Tunes Shorts for Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Tweety and Foghorn Leghorn. Jim Cummings is back as Taz, Bob Bergen is back as Porky and June Foray is back as Granny. She no longer voices Witch Hazel (now Witch Lezah), but this is most likely due to the character being completely revamped (it's unlikely Foray would be able to sound anything like Roz Ryan).
Star Trek: The Animated Series brought back the entire original cast from Star Trek: The Original Series, with the exception of Walter Koenig (interesting, his character doesn't show up at all.). In addition, two new characters were added: Lt. Arex (voiced by James Doohan who played Scotty) and M'Ress (voiced by Majel Barrett Roddenberry, who voiced Nurse Chapel).
To add to this, Walter Koenig wrote one episode for the series: The Infinite Vulcan
The characters of Sarek, Cyrano Jones, and Harry Mudd return for the animated series with their roles reprised by Mark Lenard, Stanley Adams and Roger C. Carmel respectively.
"Bold Beginnings!" featured a pre-episode short called "Space Safari", which was a crossover between Batman and Space Ghost. To sweeten the deal, Gary Owens, the original voice of Space Ghost, returns to reprise his role.
The third segment of the episode "Batmite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases" has a crossover with Scooby Doo, with Frank Welker, Mindy Cohn, Grey DeLisle, and Matthew Lillard returning to the roles of Fred and Scooby, Velma, Daphne, and Shaggy.
While Ryan Drummond provided the voice of Sonic in Sonic Adventure in 1998, Jaleel White would reprise his role of Sonic in Sonic Underground. Furthermore, he also provided the voice of Sonic's two siblings: Sonia and Manic.
In the French dub, Alexandre Gilet, Marie-Eugénie Maréchal, Sébastien Desjours, Naïké Fauveau, Marc Bretonnière, and Benoît DuPac respectively reprised their roles as Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Eggman, and Shadow from both Sonic X and the various games made since Sonic Generations. Benjamin Pascal and Philippe Roullier also respectively reprised their roles as Cubot and Vector from the games.
Captain N: The Game Master brought back Link and Zelda from The Legend of Zelda in a couple of episodes with Jonathan Potts reprising his role of Link and Cyndy Preston reprising her role of Zelda. Furthermore, Ganon also made one appearance in the series, all with Len Carlson reprising his role of the evil wizard.
Over half a decade after the original cartoon ended, the cast from Teen Titans reprised their roles for a series of minute-long shorts as a part of Cartoon Network's DC Nation block, which later expanded into the full Teen Titans Go! series. This lapses into other series, as Cyobrg's voice actor, Khary Payton, also reprises his role as the Kaldur'ahm Aqualad and, as mentioned below, Raven's voice actress, Tara Strong also reprise the role of Batgirl.
The Italian dub gets back Alessio De Filippis, Ilaria Latini and Monica Bertolotti as Robin, Starfire and Raven, while Gabriele Patriarca reprises his role as Beast Boy from Young Justice.
The 2001 revival of Dexter's Laboratory saw the return of the entire voice cast. However, Christine Cavanaugh only reprised the title role for a few episodes before retiring from voice acting and was replaced with Candi Milo for the remainder of the show.
Likewise, Allison Moore, the original voice of Dee Dee, got her role back for a few episodes before the role was reverted back to Kathryn Cressida for the final season.
The revival of Johnny Bravo got all of the original cast (Johnny, his mom, and the neighbor Suzy) voiced by the same people.
While initially voiced by Tom Kenny, starting with the episode "The Iron Octopus", Dee Bradley Baker would again reprise his role as Dr. Connors/The Lizard from the early 2000s Spider-Mangames. He's also reprise his role from the first game as Carnage.
The episode "Flight of the Iron Spider" ends with the Living Laser ending up in the universe of The Superhero Squad Show and being attacked by Thor. Dave Boat reprised his role as the Super Hero Squad incarnation of Thor for the scene.
Frank Welker has played Fred Jones from the Scooby-Doo series since its inception in 1969. But when Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island came out in 1998, it was the first time Fred had been featured in the series in close to 15 years, and he was the only one of the surviving original cast to reprise his role (starting with What's New, Scooby-Doo?, he would take up the role of Scooby-Doo as well).
In the direct-to-video movies "Monster of Mexico" and "Legend of The Vampire", Heather North and Nicole Jaffe, the second voice (but first permanent voice) of Daphne and the original voice of Velma respectively, reprised their roles.
What's New also saw the return of Casey Kasem as Shaggy, who had been absent from the role for several years.note The last time Kasem had voiced Shaggy prior to this was a 1997 Johnny Bravo crossover, and the last before that was a 1994 TV movie where the Scooby-Doo characters barely appeared. Unlike North and Jaffe, his reprisal was permanent, and only came to an end with his retirement in 2009.
Interestingly, after Casey Kasem retired as Shaggy, he was replaced by The Other Darrin Matthew Lillard, who amusingly is reprising his live-action role of Shaggy, starting with Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated.
The Italian dub of every Scooby Doo show and movie (except for the live action prequels, where Fred and Shaggy have different voices) since the first live action one keeps the same voice cast: Francesco Bulckaen as Fred, Domitilla D'Amico as Daphne, Rachele Paolelli as Velma, Oreste Baldini as Shaggy and Nanni Baldini as Scooby.
In the 1987 Garfield TV special "A Garfield Christmas" Jon's brother Doc Boy was voiced by comedian David L. Lander, more than 20 years later, he reprised his role for The Garfield Show.
The 2009 special "The Powerpuff Girls Rule" and the 2014 special "Dance Pantsed" both had every actor from the original show return to reprise their roles.
While Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup have been recast for the 2016 reboot, Tom Kenny reprises his roles as the Mayor of Townsville and the Narrator, Roger L. Jackson returns to play Mojo Jojo, Jennifer Hale reprises her role as Ms. Keane, Tom Kane returns as both HIM and Professor Utonium, Jeff Bennett returns as the voice of Ace of the Gangreen Gang, and Jim Cummings reprise his role as Fuzzy Lumpkins.
In the Italian dub of the reboot, Monica Ward, Perla Liberatori, Monica Bertolotti and Paolo Buglioni are back as Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup and Mojo Jojo.
All of the Recess voice actors reprised their roles for the 2003 Direct-to-Video films, Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade and Recess: All Growed Down, with the exceptions of T.J. and Becky, who were voiced by Myles Jeffrey and Tara Strong replacing Andrew Lawrence (Who had replaced Ross Malinger in 1998) and Melissa Joan Hart.
When the main characters from Recess all crossed over into the Lilo & Stitch: The Series episode "Lax" in 2006, Rickey D'Shon Collins, Pamela Adlon, Ashley Johnson, and April Winchell all reprised their roles of Vince, Spinelli, Gretchen, and Miss Finster, respcetivly. However, since Myles Jeffrey, Jason Davis, and Courtland Mead's voices had completely broke, their roles of T.J., Mikey, and Gus ended up going to Axel Alba, Zack Shada, and Zach Ewing.
Everyone apart from Danny DeVito and Rip Torn (plus Charlton Heston's narrator) returned for Hercules: The Animated Series - though Tate Donovan, who played adult Herc, voices the teenage one that protagonizes the series instead of Josh Keaton. This was caused by James Woods' return, and to show how he loves Hades, apart from a small scene in House of Mouse it's always him when Hades appears (such as in Kingdom Hearts). The crossover with Aladdin: The Series also has Aladdin, Jasmine, Abunote helped by the fact that Frank Welker was already part of the cast as Pegasus, and Jafar again voiced by the same actors.
Sid Raymond returned to voice Baby Huey in the 1994 revival, 35 years after his last animated appearance (but only in the first season; for the second, Joe Alaskey took over the role).
In The Emperor's New School, the role of Pacha was passed from John Goodman to Fred Tatasciore. Starting with the second season, Goodman took up the role once more. The series also had Chicha, Kronk, Yzma, and Bucky once again voiced by Wendie Malick, Patrick Warburton, Eartha Kitt, and Bob Bergen. JP Manoux reprises the role of Kuzco from House of Mouse.
While many characters have been recast for the reboot (such as David Kaye replacing Paul Eiding as Max Tennyson), in addition to Tara Strong playing Ben Tennyson again, the show also has Dwight Schultz reprise his role as Dr. Animo, John DiMaggio return as Four-Arms and Zombozo, and Greg Cipes back as the voice of Kevin.
The Italian dub of the reboot has Gabriele Patriarca play the titular character, reprising the role from Ben 10: Race Against Time. Also, Barbara Pitotti and Toni Orlandi reprise the roles of Gwen and Grandpa Max from the original series.
The Jetsons brought back the entire cast 20 years later to produce another season of shows for first run syndication along with the classics. This was going to happen in Jetsons: The Movie as well, but for two things: First, Daws Butler died shortly before recording began, meaning Elroy had to be recast. Second, Executive Meddling resulted in Janet Waldo being replaced as Judy by pop idol Tiffany, who was originally just going to do her singing voice to add insult to injury, Waldo had actually recorded all her lines for the movie; she had no idea she'd been replaced until she saw the movie's premier. It was George O'Hanlon (George Jetson) and Mel Blanc's final voice roles: both died shortly after recording their parts.note According to voice director Andrea Romano, O'Hanlon quite literally died in the booth just as recording wrapped. Blanc had died a few months earlier. The few pickup lines for George and Spacely were done by Jeff Bergman.
For the LEGO Star Wars special "The Empire Strikes Out," Kenneth Colley and Julian Glover reprised their roles as Captain Piett and General Veers, respectively. In addition, BRIAN BLESSED returned as Boss Nass.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars has a significant amount of actors that reprise the roles that they previously portrayed in the Star Wars franchise:
Some of the actors reprised their roles as the characters that they portrayed in the theatrical films. They include Anthony Daniels as C-3PO, Ahmed Best as Jar Jar Binks (although Binks was voiced by B.J. Hughes in three of the season one episodes), Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn, Pernilla August as Shmi Skywalker, Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca, Daniel Logan as Boba Fett & the younger clone cadets, and Matthew Wood as General Grievous & the Battle Droids.
The Art Shifted SequelStar Wars Rebels has James Earl Jones reprising his role as Darth Vader from the original trilogy. Not only that, but they also got Frank Oz to return as the voice of Yoda, and in possibly the most unexpected reprisal of all, Paul Reubens to reprise his role as RX-24 "Rex" from the original version of Disney's StarTours Ride. Billy Dee Williams also returns to voice a younger (but still the coolest guy in the galaxy) version of Lando. As a result of being a sequel to The Clone Wars, this series has the following role reprisals: Matt Lanter as Anakin Skywalker, James Arnold Taylor as Obi-Wan Kenobi (albeit the younger, prequel era one), Ashley Eckstein as Ahsoka Tano, Phil La Marr as Bail Organa, Stephen Stanton as Tarkin, Sam Witwer as Darth Maul, Jim Cummings as Hondo Ohnaka, and Corey Burton as Gobi Glie. Forest Whitaker and Genevieve O'Reilly also reprise their respective roles as Saw Gerrera and Mon Mothmanote The latter of which was already a reprisal from Revenge of the Sith from Rogue One in Season 3. Darth Sidious was voiced by two different people during the show's run. In the season 2 premiere The Emperor was voiced by Sam Witwer who previously played him in The Force Unleashed video games while in Season 4 Ian McDiarmid reprises his role from the films.
The DiC Entertainment continuation of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero recast most of the characters that returned from the original Sunbow series, but the show did have Chris Latta reprise his role as Cobra Commander, Jerry Houser return to voice Sci-Fi, and Bob Remus return as Sgt. Slaughter. Morgan Lofting and Ed Gilbert also reprised their roles as the Baroness and General Hawk in the first season of the DiC series before being replaced in season two by Suzanne Errett-Balcome and David Kaye respectively.
An animated episode of the otherwise live-action show Community takes place almost entirely in the G.I. Joe world. Michael Bell reprised his role as Duke and Bill Ratner reprised the voice of Flint, both from the original cartoon.
Neil Ross and Linda Gary from the 80s solo Spider-Man cartoon reprised their respective roles as Norman Osborn and Aunt May (at least until Gary died, regarding the latter).
It also saw reversal of The Other Darrins in other '90s Marvel cartoons as James Avery reprised his role from the first season of Iron Man as War Machine (likely, in part, due to his replacement, Dorian Harewood voicing Tombstone) and Iona Morris reprised her role from the first season of X-Men as Storm. That said, Storm is also an example of The Other Darrin in the series, as the X-Men's guest appearance earlier in the series had Storm voiced by her voice actress from Season 2 of X-Men onwards, Alison Sealy-Smith.
The Italian dub of every Batman cartoon since Batman: The Animated Series (excluding the movies) keeps the same voice actors for the main characters: Marco Balzarotti as Batman, Davide Garbolino as Robin (he actually voiced both Dick Grayson and Tim Drake during The New Batman Adventures, with the former getting a different voice actor once he grew up and became Nightwing), Enrico Bertorelli as Commissioner Gordon, Riccardo Peroni as Joker and Debora Magnaghi as Batgirl. Other characters were recast between various series, but some voice changes were later kept as the standard voices (Mario Zucca as Mr. Freeze, introduced first in TNBA) and some older voice actors came back in later series (Marina Thovez as Catwoman, replaced in The Batman but came back in Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
Similarly, the French dub for the various DC animated adaptations (both movies and TV shows) regularly have the same voice actors reprise their roles whenever possible. Just to name a few examples, Emmanuel Jacomy voiced Superman in almost all of his animated appearances ever since Superman: The Animated Series; Adrien Antoine has been the voice of Batman in almost everything ever since The Batman; and Delphine Braillon has given her voice to Wonder Woman, with a few exceptions here and there, ever since Superman/Batman: Apocalypse.
In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) two-part episode "The Manhattan Project", Cam Clarke, Barry Gordon, Rob Paulsen (who already voices this series' version of Donatello), and Townsend Coleman reprise their respective roles as Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo for the 1987 Turtles' cameo.
Season 4 features another return from the original actors, with a transdimensional warp causing the modern Ninja Turtles to meet their 80's counterparts. This time, they're joined by Pat Fraley, who reprises his role as Krang.
Same for the Italian dub of the episode, with Luca Semeraro, Diego Sabre, Davide Garbolino, Felice Invernici and Paolo Marchese reprising their roles as Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello and Krang from the 1987 show (and the 2003 too for the four turtles). Since the 2012 series is dubbed in Rome, and the classic series in Milan, this is even more impressive. (Still, Marchese now lives in Rome, while Garbolino sometimes works there).
The Polish dub instead uses the Turtles' voice actors from the 2014 movie except Donatello, because his movie actor is the same as in the cartoon.
The Grand Finale of the series consists of another crossover with the 1987 cartoon that again has the cast from the original show reprise their roles, only this time Cam Clarke and Barry Gordon also get to reprise their roles as the original 1987 incarnations of Rocksteady and Bebop. However, the 1987 Shredder ended up being voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson because of James Avery being deceased.
In the Italian dub, while the voice actor of the 1987 Shredder Marco Balzarotti is still available, for some reason they instead used Mario Zucca, the voice of the 2003 Shredder.
When the main characters were recast for the second season of Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures, Rob Paulsen and Granville van Dusen returned to the roles of Hadji and Race Bannon, respectively, having previously voiced the characters in the '80s series and '90s telefilms. However, van Dusen only reprised Race for a few episodes, before Robert Foxworth took the role.
While as noted elsewhere on this, the DC Animated Universe is the source of many examples of this trope, it also goes the other way around as some actors reprised roles from older works:
The Superman: The Animated Series episode "Feeding Time" sees Mel Winkler reprise his Lois & Clark role as William Henderson (albeit there, according to the credits, at the character's then-current rank in the comics as Metropolis's police commissioner).
In addition to returning as the Joker and voicing Solomon Grundy, the Justice League Unlimited episode "Flash and Substance" sees Mark Hamill reprise his The Flash (1990) role as the Trickster. The character was even modeled on Hamill and added elements of the Trickster's TV appearances in the design.
While originally played by Robert Morse in Superman: The Animated Series, Desaad's appearance on Justice League had Rene Auberjonois reprise his role as the character from Super Friends.
Godzilla: The Series sees Malcolm Danare, Kevin Dunn and Michael Lerner reprise their respective roles from Godzilla (1998) as Dr. Mendel Craven, Major Hicks, and Mayor Ebert.
Along with maintaining the role of Tigger after Winchell, Cummings has voiced Pooh in all works since New Adventures. Allegedly Hal Smith filled in for occasional lines in New Adventures when Cummings was unavailable, having previously voiced him in A Day For Eeyore.
John Fiedler was the consistent voice for Piglet in Pooh cartoons up until his death.
After being replaced by Bud Luckey for the 2011 Winnie-the-Pooh film, Peter Cullen reprised his role of Eeyore in the Doc McStuffins/Poohcrossover "Into the Hundred Acre Wood". Said episode also brought back Jim Cummings as Pooh and Tigger & Travis Oates as Piglet.
Reconstructed with Get a Horse!, with Walt Disney, Marcellite Garner and Billy Bletcher all reprising the roles of Mickey Mouse, Minnie and Pete decades after their deaths via Stock Footage.
The Italian dub of ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks features the voice actors from the live action movies for the Chimpunks and the Chipettes.note More precisely, it's the cast from The Squeakquel, since the latter two movies replaced respectively Jeannette and Simon The English version retains Ross Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman as their roles from the 80s show as well, with the exception of Eleanor, who is instead voiced by their daughter, Vanessa Chambers.
Luis Alfonso Mendoza came back as Count Duckula in the Mexican Spanish dub of the Danger Mouse reboot, after not having voiced that character in over 20 years.
In the Italian dub, Pietro Ubaldi also reprises the role of the Count.
Fred Tatasciore and James C. Mathis III reprise their Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes roles as the Hulk and Black Panther.
In the Italian dub, Marco Vivio and Domitilla D'Amico reprise their roles as Captain America and Black Widow from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In Season 4, Hayley Atwell reprises her role as Peggy Carter from the movies and Agent Carter. Wynn Everett also reprises her role as Whitney Frost from the aforementioned Agent Carter for Season 4's Halloween Episode.
The Italian dub of The Real Ghostbusters features Oreste Rizzini, Mario Cordova, Sergio Di Giulio, Gianni Bertoncin and Cristiana Lionello reprising their roles respectively as Peter, Egon, Ray, Winston and Janine from the live action movies (albeit the latter two voiced the characters only in the second movie and not in the first one). Also, in Season 4 Egon's voice actor was replaced with Claudio Capone, who already replaced Mario Cordova as Egon in the dub of the second movie.
In the French dub, Bernard Murat and Jean-Pierre Leroux reprised their roles as Peter and Egon respectively from the live-action movies. Leroux would later continue to do the voice of Egon in Extreme Ghostbusters.
Tony Anselmo returns to voice Donald Duck in DuckTales (2017). Normally this wouldn't be anything notable, Anselmo's been the official voice for the past thirty plus years, but this also makes him the only returning cast member from the original DuckTales (1987).
Corey Burton is also set to reprise the role of Ludwig Von Drake.
Of all the dubs, the European Spanish dub manages to not only keep the translator (Kenneth Post) and studio (Abaira had evolved into SDI Media), but Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby, Launchpad and Mrs. Beakley all have the same voices from the original series (which was actually dubbed in 1998).
In the Italian dub, Paola Giannetti reprises her role as Ma Beagle from the original show. Also Raffaele Uzzi reprises the role of Duckworth.
The French dub keeps Jean-Claude Donda as Launchpad McQuack, while Alexis Tomassian and Donald Reignoux reprise their characters from Quack Pack, Dewey and Louie, respectively.
In the Norwegian dub, Harald Mæle returns as Scrooge, Anne Marie Ottersen returns as Ms.Beakley, Ivar Nørve returns as Gyro Gearloose and one of the Beagle Boys, Inger Teien returns as Magica, Kari-Ann Grønsund returns as Ma Beagle and Anders Hatlo returns as one of the Beagle Boys.
The Italian dub has Oliviero Dinelli reprising the role of Darkwing Duck, plus Oreste Baldini as Quackerjack and Fabrizio Manfredi as Megavolt.
The Norwegian dub, Anders Hatlo returns as Darkwing, Harald Mæle returns as Quackerjack and Helge Winther-Larsen returns as Megavolt.
The 2017 revival of Samurai Jack has many of the actors from the original show return to reprise their roles. Aside from Phil La Marr returning to play Jack himself, the revival also has Sab Shimono and Lauren Tom reprise their roles as the samurai's parents and even has John DiMaggio return as the Scotsman. The most notable exception is Aku, who is now voiced by Greg Baldwin because of Mako's passing, though the replacement is itself a reprisal because Greg Baldwin previously voiced Aku in FusionFall.
The entire voice cast of Rocko's Modern Life returned for the 2018 TV movie "Static Cling", more than 20 years later.
On Mickey and the Roadster Racers , while Donald is voiced by Daniel Ross instead of Tony Anselmo (due to the latter working on Ducktales, as mentioned above), everyone else returns to their roles, which includes:
Bret Iwan as Mickey
Bill Farmer as Goofy, Pluto, and Horace Horsecollar
Russi Taylor as Minnie
Tress MacNeille as Daisy and Chip
Corey Burton as Professor Von Drake and Dale
Jim Cummings as Pete
Carlos Alazraqui and Rob Paulsen as Panchito and Jose
Nika Futterman as Cuckoo Loca
April Winchell as Clarabelle
Maurice LaMarche as Mortimer Mouse (although he's renamed Morty McCool).
Frank Welker as Butch and Figaro
Avalon Robbins and Grace Kauffman as Minnie's nieces, Millie and Melody
In 2006, PBS Kids released a Curious George cartoon, with Frank Welker reprising the role of George from the theatrical film that year.
Sofia the First has various connections to many Disney projects, with many of the actors who currently portray certain characters return to voicing them, including:
Jennifer Hale as Cinderella
Barbara Dirickson, Russi Taylor, and Tress MacNeille as Flora, Fauna, and Merriwether
Linda Larkin and Lea Salonga as Jasmine's speaking and singing voice respectively
Julie Nathanson voicing Belle in "The Amulet And The Anthem" is already a reprisal since she voiced her in some video games years prior after inheriting the role.
Jodi Benson as Ariel
Ming Na Wen and Lea Salonga as Mulan's speaking and singing voice
All Hail King Julien sees Danny Jacobs, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Andy Richter reprise the roles of King Julien, Maurice, and Mort from The Penguins of Madagascar . Danny also reprises the role from the video games and NBC specials while Andy reprises it from the aforementioned specials and movies.
Alex's cameo in the series finale sees him voiced by Crispin Freeman, who voiced him in the second and third video games.
While Wasabi and Fred are voiced by Khary Payton and Brooks Whelan instead of Damon Wayans Jr. and TJ Miller, Big Hero 6: The Series sees Ryan Potter, Scott Adsit, Jamie Chung, Génesis Rodriguez, Maya Rudolph, Alan Tudyk, David Shaughnessy, and Stan Lee return as Hiro, Baymax, GoGo, Honey Lemon, Cass, Krei, Heathcliff (Fred's butler), and Fred's Dad, respectively. Paul Brigs also reprises Yama. Daniel Henney also voices Tadashi again, though given the character's death, it's only in flashbacks and recordings.
The Italian dub also gets back most of the movie cast: only exceptions are Baymax, Aunt Cass and Krei, voiced by Massimiliano Manfredi, Elena Perino and Alessio Cigliano instead of Flavio Insinna, Virginia Raffaele and Massimo Rossi (the former two are celebrities, so their replacement was to be expected).
The two Spumco shorts for The Jetsons sees Jeff Bergmam once again voicing George Jetson and Mr. Spacely. He previously did the remaining dialogue for the 1990 movie when the original actors passed away.
Skylanders Academy : Richard Steven Horvitz, Jonny Rees (aka Greg Ellis), Bobcat Goldthwait, Billy West, Fred Tatasciore are the only actors from the games to reprise their roles as Kaos, Jet-Vac, Pop Fizz, Food Fight and Snap Shot respectively.