Fergie – Peanuts
Born with the name Stacy Ann Ferguson, Fergie was discovered as part of the Black Eyed Peas. Since then she has nourished a solo career, she writes songs for other artists, and believe it or not, Peas are not the only food she likes.
Peanuts told the tail of Charlie Brown and Snoopy, his handful dog, dealing with daily stuff. Sally Brown was Charlie’s sister and the voice behind Sally, was no other than Fergie.
Dave Coulier – Muppet Babies
This is going to come as no surprise to you. Better known as Uncle Joey on the Full House show, David Coulier is known for his unique mimicking abilities as he has proven this in many T.V. appearances. There is no need to describe how funny Coulier is.
The Muppet Babies aired between the mid-1980s and the early 1990s featuring the voice of David Coulier behind the magnetic creature, Animal.
Tim Curry – Ferngully
Tim Curry is one of those actors, that at first, you are unsure you are familiar with him, however, as soon as you see his face- you know him inside out. With his English manners and English charms, Tim Curry has decorated our screen on The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Pirates of Penzance, and more.
In the film Ferngully, Hexxus is voiced by Curry. The animated fantasy film features many gifted actors who donated their vocal talents to this creation.
Eddie Murphy – Shrek
When Shrek aired in 2001, it gave whoever watched it a little something. There was a bit of magic in there for all. A beautiful story with excellent computer animation. The story of the gigantic green creature captured our hearts and if you watched and listened to the movie very carefully, the next lines won't surprise you.
Besides Shrek and Princess Fiona, a few other characters decorated the screen, and Donkey is one to remember. The Donkey, named simply Donkey, was voiced by the almighty, one of the best comedians alive, Mr. Eddie Murphy. No additional words are needed.
Val Kilmer – The Prince of Egypt
The Price of Egypt tells the story of biblical Moses and the exodus of the Israelites from the hands of the Pharaoh. Playing a role, or better, voicing a role in this movie has its own honors and glam. Moses is not just another character, and the story is not just another fairytale.
Val Kilmer (known to us all as the bad guy in Top Gun), was privileged to speak for the prophet, and what a good job he did. The movie at the time was the most successful non-Disney movie ever made, and it led to the creation of more bible-based movies.