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  • Norwegian actor Trond Teigen is typically given the male protagonist's role of different animated films. Among many other minor voice works, his important roles includes the titular character in Aladdin, Shang in Mulan, the titular character in Balto, Little Creek in Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Prince Cornelius in Thumbelina and Prince Derek in The Swan Princess. Suffice to say, he's had his fair share of voicing male Non/Disney characters.
  • Norwegian Åsleik Engmark with his hilarious voice has a record of playing the comedic sidekick, voicing Timon in The Lion King (1994), Mike Wazowski in Monsters, Inc., Mushu in Mulan and Buck in the third Ice Age movie.

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  • Klara Rumyanova's high-pitched voice made her the voice actress for children and Funny Animals in Soviet and Russian media from the early 1960s to the late 1990s. The Hare in Nu, Pogodi!, Lillebror from Karlsson on the Roof, Loskutik from Loskutik And The Cloud and many others — it's easier to list cartoons that don't feature her voice.


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