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Star Making Role / Western Animation

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Western cartoons typically don't run as long as most other series, but they can still help make or boost a voice actor's career.

Mexican Voice Actors (dubbing only)

Chilean Voice Actors (dubbing only)

Russian Voice Actors (dubbing only)

European French Voice Actors (dubbing only)

  • Philippe Peythieu, Véronique Augereau, Joëlle Guigui, and Aurélia Bruno in The Simpsons as Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa Simpson.
  • Thierry Wermuth and Christian Pélissier in The Adventures of Tintin (1991) as Tintin (along with Stan Marsh in South Park) and Captain Haddock.
  • Christophe Lemoine, William Coryn, and Marie-Laure Beneston in South Park as Eric Cartman and Butters, Kyle Broflovski and Kenny McCormick, and Wendy Testaburger and almost every other female character.
  • Sébastien Desjours in SpongeBob SquarePants as the title character.
  • Guy Piérauld as Bugs Bunny. The latter is also the Star-Making Role for Piérauld’s successor, Gérard Surugue.
  • Alexis Tomassian as Phillip J. Fry in Futurama (along with Martin Mystery).
  • Adrien Antoine in The Batman as Batman/Bruce Wayne, who then went on to voice almost every animated and gaming incarnation of the Dark Knight since then.

Canadian French Voice Actors (dubbing only)

  • Hubert Gagnon, Béatrice Picard (as a voice actress), Johanne Léveillé, and Lisette Dufour in The Simpsons as Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa Simpson.

Japanese voice actors (dubbing only)

Salvadoran Spanish voice actors (dubbing only)

  • Basically, the entire cast of Brickleberry, as this was on the first dubs done in El Salvador.

U.S. Spanish-speaking voice actors (Miami)

Argentinian Spanish voice actors (dubbing only)

Venezuelan Spanish voice actors(dubbing only)


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