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Who are some of the most famous voice actors behind popular animated characters and movies?

Mel Blanc, known as the "Man of Thousand Voices," held over 1,000 screen credits and developed nearly 400 distinct character voices throughout his career.

Frank Welker, the voice of Scooby-Doo, has been voicing the character for over two decades, making him one of the longest-running voice actors for a single character.

Robin Williams' improvisational skills were so impressive that the script for Aladdin was rewritten to include more of his ad-libs, which became some of the most memorable lines in the movie.

Legendary voice actor Don LaFontaine was known for his iconic "In a world…" voiceover, which has been parodied and referenced countless times in popular culture.

The voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright, won an Emmy Award for her performance as the rebellious 10-year-old, making her one of the most awarded voice actors of all time.

The Simpsons' iconic "D'oh!" was originally intended to be a temporary placeholder, but Dan Castellaneta's improvised grunt became an iconic part of the show's legacy.

Tara Strong, the voice of Bubbles in The Powerpuff Girls, has over 500 credits to her name, making her one of the most prolific voice actors of all time.

Voice actor Chris Sabat, known for his role as Vegeta in Dragon Ball Z, has voiced over 100 characters in his career, including roles in anime and video games.

The voice of Yoda, Frank Oz, was also the puppeteer behind the character, using his hands to bring the wise Jedi Master to life.

Legendary voice actor Jim Cummings, known for his roles as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, has been voicing characters for over 30 years, with over 400 credits to his name.

In addition to voicing characters, some voice actors, like Tara Strong, also do their own singing and songwriting for animated shows and movies.

The late great voice actor, Paul Winchell, held over 30 patents for his inventions, including the first artificial heart and a disposable razor.

Voice actor Rob Paulsen, known for his roles in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Pinky and the Brain, has won multiple Annie Awards for his work in animation.

The Simpsons' beloved character, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, was originally supposed to be a one-time character, but Hank Azaria's impressive voice work made him a series regular.

The iconic voice of Darth Vader, James Earl Jones, was not credited for his work on the original Star Wars trilogy, as he wanted to remain anonymous to avoid typecasting.

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