As the voice behind Bart Simpson - one of the most iconic animated characters of the last 30 years - she has become a part of every household in the world. Her voice has also been on The Replacements, Kim Possible, Rugrats, Animaniacs, and so much more. We are extremely lucky and honored to have her coming to Seattle!
Only the second person in history to ever be the voice of Goofy, he's also voiced various characters in other Disney features like Toy Story and Hercules, the video games Dead Rising and Kingdom Hearts, is Secret Squirrel on Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, and can be heard often on Robot Chicken!
She has worked as a voice-over actor for more than 20 years with roles on numerous animated TV series including Madeline (Madeline), DragonTales (Emmy), and Strawberry Shortcake (Lemon Meringue, Pupcake, Princess Berrykin). She currently voices not one, but TWO ponies - Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy - on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
Best known currently for his voice work as Rigby (Fist Pump!) on the wildly popular cartoon Regular Show, but you may also know him from Morel Orel as well as numerous video games including Mass Effect 2 and 3, Medal of Honor, and Dead Space 2.
Known worldwide to Adventure Time fans as Finn the Human, he's also been the voice of Robin on The New Batman as well as live-action roles as Young Charlie on Lost and currently stars on the Cartoon Network sketch comedy show Incredible Crew.
Beginning her illustrious career as Penny in the Inspector Gadget cartoon, she made her way to the live-action sitcom A Different World while cementing her place in animation history voicing Elmyra Duff on Tiny Toon Adventures. Since then, she has worked on everything from Gargoyles to Rugrats to Batman Beyond as well as her current work in Annoying Orange and Pound Puppies.
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