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Discover What The Pixar Voice Actors Actually Look Like

Movies.are no doubt a profitable form of Entertainment, but animated films often hold a special place in people’s hearts. Most of the time, animated movies cater to younger and family-friendly audiences, much like Disney, Pixar, and DreamWorks have done with their movies. Each of these companies has had some incredibly successful films over the years. These animation franchises have talented writers and animators working on the projects, but they need to hire actors to give the animated characters a voice.
Voice actors are rarely seen on-screen, so their voices are their only means of expressing the characters’ emotions and bringing them to life. Nobody can deny the importance of voice actors in movie projects. That's why the big studios are willing to pay a big amount of money just to invite some high-profile celebrities to join their projects.
In case you want to discover what the voice actors look like in real life, here are the photos of many Pixar voice actors who have played a big role in the success of Pixar’s movies.

#1 John Morris voiced Andy throughout all three "Toy Story" films

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#2 The voice of the mouse chef, Remy, from "Ratatouille," was provided by Patton Oswalt.

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#3 As a voice actor for Nemo, Alexander Gould appeared in "Finding Nemo," one of the most iconic Pixar films

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#4 Dave Foley voiced Flik in the animated cartoon named "A Bug's Life"

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#5 John Ratzenberger has voiced some iconic characters such as Hamm, Mack the Truck in "Cars", Gordon the guard in "Brave", and The Abominable Snowman in "Monsters, Inc".

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#6 Brad Bird not only wrote and directed "The Incredibles", but he also voiced the character of Edna Mode.

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#7 Emma Thompson was the voice actor of Queen Elinor in "Brave"

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#8 Bob Peterson voiced Dug in "Up". He has said that Dug's line, "I have just met you, and I love you," was inspired by a quote from a small child that he met when he was a camp counselor in the 1980s

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#9 Wallace Shawn's voice is easily recognized as Rex in "Toy Story"

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#10 Janeane Garofalo is the voice actor of the character Colette Tatou in "Ratatouille"

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#11 The little girl Boo from "Monsters, Inc" was voiced by Mary Gibbs. She is now a huge yoga enthusiast!

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#12 "Finding Dory" is a standalone Dory film that was released in 2016. Ellen DeGeneres voiced the character of Dory, the main character.

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#13 Hayden Panettiere has voiced many animated characters in "Racing Stripes", "Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King" and so on. She is also the voice actor who voiced Dot in "A Bug's Life"

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#14 Craig T. Nelsen voiced Mr. Incredible in "The Incredibles"

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#15 Steve Buscemi gave the voice for the character Randall Boggs from "Monsters, Inc"

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#16 Ed Asner voiced Carl Fredricksen in "Up". His career has lasted five decades and has crossed film, TV, and voice acting.

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#17 Kelly Macdonald replaced Reese Witherspoon as the voice of Princess Merida in "Brave"

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