DISNEY’S ANIMATED VOICES, ETC. - ACTORS

 

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Bill Fagerbakke

            Atlantis: Milo’s Return ~ Sven

            Gargoyles: The Movie – The Heroes Awaken ~ Broadway

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Oafish Guard

            Lady And The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure ~ Mooch

 

Harrison Fahn

            Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time ~ Ronald "Ron" Stoppable (Pre-Kindergarten)

 

Ron Fair

            Atlantis: The Lost Empire ~ “Where The Dream Takes You” Keyboards

 

Francesca Falcone

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice

 

Gary Falcone

            A Goofy Movie ~ “On The Open Road” Chorus

            The Tigger Movie ~ “Your Heart Will Lead You Home (End Title)” Chorus

            Nomination

            2002 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Achievement In Sound Editing – Live Action And Animation ~ as Supervising Sound Editor for Clifford The Big Red Dog

 

James Apaumut Fall

            Pocahontas ~ Additional Voice; Kocoum

 

Michael H. Fall

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ Italian Man At Airport

 

Dakota Fanning

            Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time ~ Kimberly Ann "Kim" Possible (Pre-Kindergarten)

 

Bill Farmer

            Beauty And The Beast ~ Additional Voice

            Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas ~ Additional Voice

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

            A Bug's Life ~ Additional Voice

            An Extremely Goofy Movie ~ Goofy

            A Goofy Movie ~ Goofy

            Hercules ~ Additional Voice

            Home On The Range ~ Additional Voice

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Additional Voice

            The Lion King 1½ ~ Additional Voice

            Mickey’s House Of Villains ~ Goofy; Pluto

            Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse ~ Goofy; Pluto

            Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas ~ Goofy; Pluto

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Goofy; Pluto

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

            Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World ~ Additional Voice

            The Three Musketeers ~ Goofy; Additional Voice

            Toy Story ~ Additional Voice

            Toy Story 2 ~ Additional Voice

            Nomination

            2000 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Voice Acting By A Male Performer In An Animated Feature Production ~ as the voice of Goofy in An Extremely Goofy Movie

 

Gail Farrell

            The Little Mermaid ~ Additional Voice

 

Keegan Farrell

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

 

Laurie Faso

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Additional Voice

 

Isabel Faulkner

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Human Kid & Scream Reference

 

Lorraine Feather

            The Jungle Book 2 ~ “W-I-L-D” Chorus

 

Rick Feck

            Tron ~ Boy In Video Game Arcade

 

Corey Feldman

            The Fox And The Hound ~ Copper

 

Stuart Fell

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Stunts

 

Verna Felton

            Alice In Wonderland ~ Queen Of Hearts

            Cinderella ~ Fairy Godmother

            Dumbo ~ Matriarch

            The Jungle Book ~ Winifred

            Lady And The Tramp ~ Aunt Sarah

            Sleeping Beauty ~ Flora

            Nominations

            1958 Emmy Awards ~ Best Continuing Supporting Performance By An Actress In A Dramatic Or Comedy Series ~ December Bride

            1959 Emmy Awards ~ Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) In A Comedy Series ~ December Bride

 

Norm Ferguson

            The Reluctant Dragon ~ Norm Ferguson (himself)

            Award

            1999 Disney Legend

 

Miguel Ferrer

            Mulan ~ Shan-Yu

 

John Fiedler

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ Additional Voice; Old Man

            The Fox And The Hound ~ Porcupine

            The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh ~ Piglet

            Mickey’s House Of Villains ~ Piglet

            Piglet’s Big Movie ~ Piglet

            Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin ~ Piglet (speaking)

            The Rescuers ~ Deacon Owl

            Robin Hood ~ Sexton Mouse

            The Tigger Movie ~ Piglet

            Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year ~ Piglet (speaking)

            Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving ~ Piglet (speaking)

            Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo ~ Piglet

 

Mary Field

            Song Of The South ~ Mrs. Favers

 

Harvey Fierstein

            Mulan ~ Yao

            Awards

            1983 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Play) ~ Torch Song Trilogy

            1983 Tony Awards ~ Play ~ as Playwright of Torch Song Trilogy

            1984 Tony Awards ~ Book (Musical) ~ La Cage Aux Folles

            2003 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Musical) ~ Hairspray

            Nominations

            1992 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Mark Newberger in the episode “Rebecca’s Lover…Not!” of Cheers

 

Bruce Fifer

            Beauty And The Beast ~ Additional Voice

            Pocahontas ~ Additional Voice

 

The 5th Dimension

            Recess: School’s Out ~ “Let The Sunshine In”

            Award

            1967 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Artist on “Up, Up And Away” (Single) ~ The 5th Dimension listed as Billy Davis Jr., Florence LaRue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamont McLemore, Ron Townson

            1967 Grammy Awards ~ Best Performance By A Vocal Group ~ as Artist on “Up, Up And Away” (Single) ~ The 5th Dimension listed as Billy Davis Jr., Florence LaRue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamont McLemore, Ron Townson

            1967 Grammy Awards ~ Best Contemporary Single ~ as Artist on “Up, Up And Away” (Single) ~ The 5th Dimension listed as Billy Davis Jr., Florence LaRue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamont McLemore, Ron Townson

            1967 Grammy Awards ~ Best Contemporary Group Performance (Vocal Or Instrumental) ~ as Artist on “Up, Up And Away” (Single) ~ The 5th Dimension listed as Billy Davis Jr., Florence LaRue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamont McLemore, Ron Townson

            1969 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Artist on “Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In” (Single) ~ The 5th Dimension listed as Billy Davis Jr., Florence LaRue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamont McLemore, Ron Townson

            1969 Grammy Awards ~ Best Contemporary Vocal Performance By A Group ~ as Artist on “Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In” ~ The 5th Dimension listed as Billy Davis Jr., Florence LaRue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamont McLemore, Ron Townson

            1976 Grammy Awards ~ Best R&B Vocal Performance By A Duo, Group Or Chorus ~ awarded to Billy Davis Jr. and Marilyn McCoo as Artists on “You Don’t Have To Be A Star (To Be In My Show)” (Single)

 

Jack Fina

            Melody Time ~ Piano

 

Greg Finley

            Dinosaur ~ Additional Voice

            Lilo And Stitch ~ Additional Voice

            Oliver & Company ~ Additional Voice

 

Trey Finney

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

 

Roy Firestone

            Mighty Ducks: The Movie – The First Face-Off

 

Peter Firth

            The Rescuers Down Under ~ Red

            Nominations

            1975 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Dramatic) ~ Equus

            1977 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Supporting Role ~ Equus

 

Jeff Fischer

            Dinosaur ~ Additional Voice

            Lilo And Stitch ~ Additional Voice

 

Ellen FitzHugh

            The Great Mouse Detective ~ Bar Maid

            Nominations

            1985 Tony Awards ~ Score ~ for Lyrics for Grind

            1989 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Achievement In Music And Lyrics ~ as Lyricist for “Start Where You Are” from the episode “A Place Unlike Any Other” of Shining Time Station

 

Roberta Flack

            Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas ~ “As Long As There’s Christmas (End Title)”

            Award

            1972 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Artist on “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (Single)

            1972 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Vocal Performance By A Duo, Group Or Chorus ~ with Donny Hathaway as Artists on “Where Is The Love” (Single)

            1973 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Artist on “Killing Me Softly With His Song” (Single)

            1973 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female ~ as Artist on “Killing Me Softly With His Song” (Single)

 

Joe Flaherty

            Home On The Range ~ Jeb

            Awards

            1982 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode "Moral Majority Show" of SCTV Network

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode "The Energy Ball/Sweeps Week" of SCTV Network

            Nominations

            1982 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode "Cycle Two, Show Two" of SCTV Network

            1982 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode "Christmas Show" of SCTV Network

            1982 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode with Tony Bennett of SCTV Network

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode with Joe Walsh of SCTV Network

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode "Towering Inferno" of  SCTV Network

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode with Robin Williams of SCTV Network

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing In A Variety Of Music Program ~ for the episode "America" of SCTV Network

 

Charles Fleischer

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Benny The Cab; Greasy; Psycho; Roger Rabbit

 

Renee Fleming

            Piglet’s Big Movie ~ “Comforting To Know” Guest Vocal Performance

 

Shaun Fleming

            Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time ~ Jim Possible (Present); Tim Possible (Present)

            Kim Possible: The Secret Files ~ Tim Possible

            The Lion King 1½ ~ Additional Voice

            Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas ~ Maximillian "Max" Goof

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Maximillian "Max" Goof (singing "We Wish You A Merry Christmas/Deck The Halls/Jingle Bells")

            Teacher's Pet ~ Leonard Amadeus Helperman

 

Shelby Flint

            The Rescuers ~ “The Journey”; “Someone’s Waiting For You”; “Tomorrow Is Another Day”

 

Jessie Flower

            Finding Nemo ~ Additional Voice

 

Johnson Flucker

            Beauty And The Beast ~ Additional Voice

 

Valerie Flueger

            Lilo And Stitch ~ Additional Voice

 

Dessie Flynn

            Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse ~ Dale (Pluto's Christmas Tree)

 

Joe Flynn

            The Rescuers ~ Mr. Snoops

 

Miriam Flynn

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ Additional Voice

 

Merwin Foard

            Aladdin And The King Of Thieves ~ “Are You In Or Out” Chorus; Cassim (singing)

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Additional Voice

            Pocahontas ~ Additional Voice

 

Freda Foh Shen

            Mulan ~ Fa Li

 

Dave Foley

            A Bug's Life ~ Flik

            Toy Story 2 ~ Flik

            Nominations

            1993 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Variety Or Music Program ~ as Writer for the episode “Girls – Crusher” of The Kids In The Hall

            1994 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Variety Or Music Program ~ as Writer for the series The Kids In The Hall

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Variety Or Music Program ~ as Writer for The Kids In The Hall

 

Phil Fondacaro

            The Black Cauldron ~ Creeper; Henchmen

            Nomination

            1987 Razzie Awards ~ Worst New Star ~ as Greaser Greg of The Garbage Pail Kids in The Garbage Pail Kids’ Movie (not actually named by name)

 

June Foray

            Cinderella ~ Lucifer

            DuckTales: The Movie – Treasure Of The Lost Lamp ~ Mrs. Featherby

            Mickey’s House Of Villains ~ Witch Hazel

            Mulan ~ Grandmother Fa

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Lena Hyena; Wheezy

            Awards

            1997 Annie Awards ~ Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting By A Female Performer In An Animated Television Production ~ as the voice of Granny in The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

            1998 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Voice Acting By A Female Performer In An Animated Television Production ~ as the voice of Granny in The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

 

Aaron Fors

            Finding Nemo ~ Additional Voice

            Teacher's Pet ~ Additional Voice (Walla Group)

 

Bruce Forsyth

            Bedknobs And Broomsticks ~ Swinburne

 

Robert Foulk

            Pete's Dragon ~ Old Sea Captain

 

Beth Fowler

            Mulan ~ “Honor To Us All”; Additional Voice

            Nominations

            1990 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ Sweeney Todd

            2004 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Featured Role - Musical) ~ The Boy From Oz

 

Bernard Fox

            The Rescuers ~ Chairmouse

            The Rescuers Down Under ~ Chairmouse; Doctor

 

Michael J. Fox

            Atlantis: The Lost Empire ~ Milo James Thatch

            Awards

            1986 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ Family Ties

            1987 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ Family Ties

            1988 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ for the episode “Last Of The Red-Hot Psychologists, Part 1” of Family Ties

            2000 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Michael Flaherty in Spin City

            Nominations

            1985 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series ~ Family Ties

            1989 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Alex Keaton in the episode “They Can’t Take That Away From Me – Part 1” of Family Ties

            1997 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Michael Flaherty in Spin City

            1998 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Michael Flaherty in Spin City

            1999 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Michael Flaherty in Spin City

            2002 Grammy Awards ~ Best Spoken Word Album ~ as Artist on “Lucky Man” (Album)

 

Spencer Fox

            The Incredibles ~ Dashiell "Dash" Parr

 

Vivica A. Fox

            Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time ~ Monique (Future)

 

Jonathan Frakes

            Gargoyles: The Movie – The Heroes Awaken ~ Xanatos

 

Pat Fraley

            Gargoyles: The Movie – The Heroes Awaken ~ Brendan

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

            Toy Story 2 ~ Additional Voice

 

Laura Frances

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Blonde Starlet

 

Genie Ann Francis

            Teacher's Pet ~ Marcia; Marsha

            Nominations

            1996 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ General Hospital

            2001 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ America's Favorite Couple ~ with Anthony Geary for playing Luke and Laura on General Hospital [Special Fan Award]

 

Kainoa Frank

            Lilo And Stitch ~ “Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride” [in Kamehameha School Children’s Chorus]; “He Mele No Lilo” [in Kamehameha School Children’s Chorus]

 

Dave Frankham

            101 Dalmatians ~ Sergeant Tibs

 

Holly Frankle

            How The Toys Saved Christmas (La Freccia azzurra) ~ Holly

 

Don Franks

            Inspector Gadget: Gadget’s Greatest Gadgets ~ King

 

Analu Frantz

            Lilo And Stitch ~ “Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride” [in Kamehameha School Children’s Chorus]; “He Mele No Lilo” [in Kamehameha School Children’s Chorus]

 

Dennis Franz

            Mighty Ducks: The Movie – The First Face-Off ~ Captain Klegghorn

            Awards

            1994 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Detective Andy Sipowicz in the episode “NYPD Lou” of NYPD Blue

            1996 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Andy Sipowicz in the episode “Closing Time” of NYPD Blue

            1997 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Andy Sipowicz in NYPD Blue

            1999 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Andy Sipowicz in NYPD Blue

            Nominations

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Andy Sipowicz in the episode “A. D. A. Sipowicz” of NYPD Blue

            1996 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program ~ Disney’s Mighty Ducks

            1998 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Andy Sipowicz in NYPD Blue

            2000 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Detective Andy Sipowicz in NYPD Blue

            2001 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Andy Sipowicz in NYPD Blue

 

Alasdair Fraser

            Treasure Planet ~ Solo Fiddles

 

Ann Fraser

            The Nightmare Before Christmas ~ Additional Voice

 

Wendy Fraser

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

            The Tigger Movie ~ “Your Heart Will Lead You Home (End Title)” Chorus

 

Ginny Ah’Chantooni Frazier

            Pocahontas ~ Algonquin Singer/Speaker

 

Stan Freberg

            Lady And The Tramp ~ Beaver; Pet-Store Clerk

            Award

            1958 Grammy Awards ~ Best Performance, Documentary Or Spoken Word ~ as Narrator of “The Best Of The Stan Freberg Shows” (Album)

            Nominations

            1951 Emmy Awards ~ Best Actor ~ Cecil The Sea Serpent

            1962 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Writing Achievement In Comedy ~ as Writer for Chun King Chow Mein Hour

 

Fred Waring And His Pennsylvanians

            Melody Time

 

Freddy Martin And His Orchestra

            Melody Time

 

Jason Frederick

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ “Thunderbolt Adventure Hour”

 

Roger Freeland

            Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World ~ “Things Are Not What They Appear”

 

Cheryl Freeman

            Hercules ~ Melpomene

            Hercules: Zero To Hero ~ Melpomene

 

Jonathan Freeman

            Aladdin ~ Jafar

            Mickey’s House Of Villains ~ Jafar

            Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse ~ Jafar

            The Return Of Jafar ~ Jafar

            Nomination

            1994 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Featured Role – Musical) ~ She Loves Me

 

Kathleen Freeman

            Hercules ~ Heavyset Woman

            Nomination

            2000 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Featured Role – Musical) ~ The Full Monty

 

Sarah Freeman

            See Sarah Rayne

 

Yvette Freeman

            The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina ~ Leola

 

Paul Frees

            101 Dalmatians ~ Dirty Dawson

 

Larry French

            Pocahontas ~ Additional Voice

 

Matt Frewer

            Hercules ~ Panic

            Hercules: Zero To Hero ~ Panic

            Mickey’s House Of Villains ~ Panic

 

Will Friedle

            Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time ~ Ronald "Ron" Stoppable

            Kim Possible: The Secret Files ~ Ronald "Ron" Stoppable (Present)

 

David Friedman

            Aladdin And The King Of Thieves ~ “Are You In Or Out” Chorus; “Party In Agrabah” Chorus; “Welcome to The Forty Thieves”

            Pocahontas ~ Additional Voice

 

Richard Bruce Friedman

            Tron ~ Video Game Player

 

Robin Frizzell

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ Additional Voice

 

Eli Fucile

            The Incredibles ~ Jack-Jack Parr

 

Don Fullilove

            Mulan ~ Additional Voice

 

Connor Funk

             The Jungle Book 2 ~ Ranjan

 

Stephen Furst

            Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command: The Adventure Begins ~ Booster Sinclair Munchapper

            The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea ~ Dash

 

 

 

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