10. Tom Hanks
The beloved toy, Woody, was brought to life by Tom Hanks in "Toy Story". His brother, Jim Hanks, also voiced Woody in the "Toy Story" video games.
9. Michael Caine
Michael Caine lent his British accent to the "Cars 2" detective, Finn McMissile. While watching the movie you might not realize that the tough, fearless detective was brought to life by this blockbuster star.
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8. Demi Moore
Everyone's favorite dancing gypsy from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" got her sultry voice from Demi Moore. Is it just us did Disney model Esmerelda's features after Demi as well?
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7. Julie Walters
6. Billy Crystal
We can all thank Billy Crystal for the spunky, uptight lime green monster, Mike Wazowski. Without his humor and vocal talent the Mike we all love wouldn't be the same.
5. John Travolta
John Travolta is just as good at voice acting for Bolt from the movie "Bolt" as he is at dancing.
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Turns out this gift-giving, inspirational TV host also plays the loving mother, Eudora, from "The Princess and the Frog". One thing's for certain, we would love to have Oprah as a mother.
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3. Matthew Broderick
The prince of the 80's also happens to be the prince (and then king) of the Pridelands. Broderick's work as the adult Simba in "The Lion King" is arguably his best.
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2. Jane Lynch
You might recognize Jane Lynch from her comedic roles, but she also did the vocals for Calhoun from "Wreck-It Ralph". Her rough sound is the perfect match to this tough soldier.
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1. Walt Disney
The father of Disney not only came up with the idea of Mickey Mouse, but he also provided the voice for him in several animations, including "Fantasia".
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