There’s a lot we can say about Ben Stiller. For instance, he was the voice behind Alex, the King of New York, the lion in Madagascar. Stiller didn’t continue voicing the Alex in the other Madagascar movies, as he was apparently occupied with prior engagements.
Stiller got on the road to fame in the mid-1980s and has since stuck in seventh gear. He starred in and directed Reality Bites in 1994, in 1998 he played Ted Stroehmann in There’s Something About Mary and recently played the role of Guy in Lock Down.
Mike Myers – Shrek
Out of all the characters Mike Myers has done over the years, he has said that voicing the green Shrek has been the joy and pride of his career. To dust off the dust from your memory cells, Shrek is the DreamWorks creation, first launched in 2001.
Mike Mayers voiced the main character of Shrek in all four movies and has said that he wouldn't mind doing one Shrek movie every single year. We wouldn't mind either.
Joseph Gordon Levitt – Treasure Planet
Treasure Planet is known for being one of the biggest fall downs in the Disney movie world. Although it wasn't a great success as initially estimated, it still held an impressive voicing cast.
Jim Hawkins, the leading role, was voiced by Joseph Gordon Levitt, better known to us for his role in 500 Days of Summer, Lincoln, and Sin City. Levitt has since been busy in the Apple TV comedy he wrote Mr. Corman and has put his acting career aside for the time being.
Hugh Jackman – Flushed Away
Flushed Away is a 2006 computer-animated movie teaching us that no matter how many materialistic things you have, if you don't have friends and family around you, they are worthless. Many great names of Hollywood voice characters in the movie, Hugh Jackman being one of them.
Jackman voiced Ruddy, a spoiled brat rat who is flushed down the drains, not knowing that his life is about to turn on its head. Jackman has since been jumping the stages of Broadway and the wide screens and is currently working on his next hit.
David Spade – The Emperor's New Groove
David Spade voiced Kuzco in the animated comedy The Emperor's New Groove, inspired by the ancient Peruvian civilization. It's not one of Disney's greatest hits, however, its story is unique and motivating.
David Spade is better known for his appearance on Saturday Night Live and Just Shoot Me. Besides Kuzco he is also the voice behind Sparx the Dragonfly and Griffin the Invisible Man.