John Travolta – Bolt
Disney couldn’t cast the voice behind Bolt any better. The characteristics the famous white dog is known for, are exactly what describes Mr. Travolta. Funny, Whitty, and a superstar. The white-haired German Shepherd was nominated for several awards and is one of the best animated movies made to this day.
John Travolta is known for his roles on one side of the screen, however, he manages to star and shine behind the scenes, voicing Bolt the dog.
Jay Leno – The Fairly OddParents
The Fairly OddParents is a T.V. series launched in the early 2000s and was broadcast until 2017. The show covers the life of a ten-year-old kid, alongside his step-parents, teachers friends, and more characters that helped turn this show into something great. Many celebrities granted their voices to the show such as Alec Baldwin, Scott Hamilton, and no other than Jay Leno.
Mr. Leno was not chosen randomly. It was essential that Crimson Chin is voiced by someone with a suited one. A chin that is.
Oprah Winfrey – The Princess and the Frog
There is a lot Oprah Winfrey is known and loved for. Voicing animated characters is not quite on the list. The mother of all talk shows voiced the mother of the lead character in The Princess and the Frog, showing all that there is more to her than holding conversations.
Not only is she a magnificent actress and human being, but she can also hold an animated role easily. Oprah, thank you for sharing with us your gifted talents.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas – The Lion King
If you haven't watched The Lion King, then you haven't watched a Disney Movie. Sir Elton John is not the only star behind the scenes of this movie, and there are plenty of other big names who brought this classic to life. The voice behind young Simba is Jonathan Taylor Thomas.
He is also the voice of Pinocchio in The Adventures of Pinocchio, he has played in Man of the House, voiced the Simpsons, and much more.
Christopher Daniel Barnes – The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid is probably one of the best Disney interpretations of a classic story. Ariel the beautiful mermaid falls in love with Eric the two-legged charmer and willingly gives up her amazing singing voice in exchange for the love of her prince. So, Ariel's voice was stolen by the gigantic Ursula, but what's the story behind the price's voice?
Christopher Daniel Barnes was only a teenager when he voiced Eric the prince. He has also voiced the 1994 spiderman, starred in The Brady Bunch Movie, and voiced numerous characters in many video games. Talented guy indeed.