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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)

Polish voice actors (dubbing only)

  • Dariusz Toczek in ¡Mucha Lucha! as Rikochet.
  • Anna Sztejner in The Fairly OddParents as Timmy Turner (being one of her first main dubbing roles after she moved from Gdańsk to Warsaw in 2001).
  • Pecola, Totally Spies! and Wunschpunsch are this for their almost entire voice casts, as they were among the first dubs to be done in Katowice.
  • Basically all of the voice actors for Eckhart, it was one of the first dubs done in Wrocław.

Russian Voice Actors (dubbing only)

European French Voice Actors (both dubbing and original acting)

  • 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.
  • Sylvain Caruso as the voice of Donald Duck since 1989 and Laurent Pasquier as the voice of Mickey Mouse since 1999.

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 one of the first dubs done in El Salvador.
  • Sebastián Meléndez and Kevin Molina in Invincible (2021) as Mark Grayson/Invincible and Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man respectively.

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

U.S. Spanish-speaking voice actors (Los Angeles)

  • Edgar Wald and Alejandro Abdalah in The Transformers as Optimus Prime and Megatron respectively.

Argentinian Spanish voice actors (dubbing only)

Venezuelan Spanish voice actors(dubbing only)


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