DISNEY’S ANIMATED VOICES, ETC. - ACTORS

 

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Eric Idle

            Hercules: Zero To Hero ~ Additional Voice

 

Barbara Iley

            Dinosaur ~ Additional Voice

            Lilo And Stitch ~ Additional Voice

            Oliver & Company ~ Additional Voice

 

Gary Imhoff

            Daredevil Vs. Spider-Man ~ Harry Osborn

            Spider-Man: The Return Of The Green Goblin ~ Harry Osborn

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Harry Osborn

            Spider-Man Vs. Doc Ock ~ Harry Osborn

 

Barrie Ingham

            The Great Mouse Detective ~ Bartholomew; Basil

 

Phillip Ingram

            Dinosaur ~ Vocalist

            The Little Mermaid ~ Additional Voice

 

Paul Iona

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

 

Jeremy Irons

            The Lion King ~ Scar

            Awards

            1984 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Play) ~ The Real Thing

            1990 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Leading Role ~ Reversal Of Fortune

            1997 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Voice-Over Performance ~ as Siegfried Sassoon in the episode “War Without End” of The Great War And The Shaping Of The 20th Century

            Nomination

            1982 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or A Special ~ for the episode “Brideshead Revisited” of Great Performances

 

Brittney Irvin

            Madeline: Lost In Paris

 

Amy Irving

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Jessica Rabbit (singing)

            Award

            1980 Razzie Awards ~ Worst Supporting Actress ~ Honeysuckle Rose

            Nominations

            1983 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ Yentl

            1983 Razzie Awards ~ Worst Supporting Actress ~ Yentl

 

Lili Ishida

            Finding Nemo ~ Additional Voice

 

Seth Isler

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

 

Frank Isles

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ ADR Voice

 

Burl Ives

            So Dear To My Heart ~ Uncle Hiram

            Awards

            1958 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Supporting Role ~ The Big Country

            1962 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country & Western Recording ~ as Artist on “Funny Way Of Laughin’”

 

Ed Ivory

            The Nightmare Before Christmas ~ Santa Claus

 

 

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Cord Jackman

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

 

Luana Jackman

            A Goofy Movie ~ “After Today” Chorus

            The Jungle Book 2 ~ “Jungle Rhythm” Chorus

            The Little Mermaid ~ Additional Voice

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Disney Holiday Chorus Alto

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice

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

            Toy Story ~ Background Vocals

 

Samuel L. Jackson

            The Incredibles ~ Lucius "Frozone" Best

            Nomination

            1994 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Supporting Role ~ as Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction

 

Terry Jackson

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Stunts

            Nomination

            2002 Taurus Awards ~ Best Driving ~ Bandits for “Blue SUV forces black sedan to spin out of control. Sedan is then t-boned by a miled truck sending it down a highway embankment.”

 

Roger Jackson

            Home On The Range ~ Additional Voice

 

Clydene Jackson-Edwards

            Cinderella II: Dreams Come True ~ “The World Is Looking Up To You” Background Vocals

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Disney Holiday Chorus Alto [credited as Clydene Jackson Edwards]

 

Danny Jacob

            The Three Musketeers ~ Troubadour Guitar

 

Jenna Jacobson

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

 

Sam Jaffe

            Bedknobs And Broomsticks ~ Bookman

            Nominations

            1950 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Supporting Role ~ The Asphalt Jungle

            1962 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performance In A Supporting Role By An Actor ~ Ben Casey

 

Matoab’sane Jali

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

 

Charity James

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Additional Voice

 

Nick Jameson

            Daredevil Vs. Spider-Man ~ Richard Fisk

            A Goofy Movie ~ “On The Open Road” Chorus

            Lady And The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure ~ Jim Dear

            Spider-Man: The Return Of The Green Goblin ~ Richard Fisk

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Additional Voice

 

Allison Janney

            Finding Nemo ~ Peach

            Awards

            2000 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series ~ as C. J. Cregg in The West Wing

            2001 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series ~ as C. J. Cregg in The West Wing

            2002 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as C. J. Cregg in The West Wing

            Nomination

            1998 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Play) ~ A View From The Bridge

 

Richard Jannone

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Additional Voice

            The Three Musketeers ~ Additional Voice (Loop Group)

 

Angie Jareé

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

 

Harvey Jason

            Oliver & Company ~ Additional Voice

 

Janyse Jaud

            Monster Mash

 

Tony Jay

            Beauty And The Beast ~ Monsieur D’Arque

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Judge Claude Frollo

            The Jungle Book 2 ~ Shere Khan

            Mighty Ducks: The Movie – The First Face-Off ~ Wraith

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Dr. Rosenthal

            Siegfried & Roy: Masters Of The Impossible ~ Additional Voice

            Treasure Planet ~ Narrator

            Nomination

            1996 Annie Awards ~ Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting ~ as the voice of Frollo in The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

 

Gregory Jbara

            Home On The Range ~ Willie (singing); "Home On The Range (Echo Mine Reprise)"; "(You Ain't) Home On The Range"

 

Myles Jeffrey

            Recess: All Growed Down ~ Theodore J. "T. J." Detweiler

            Recess: Taking The Fifth Grade ~ Theodore J. "T. J." Detweiler

 

Marc John Jeffries

            Finding Nemo ~ Additional Voice

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

 

Dennis "D. J." Jennings

            The Incredibles ~ Additional Voice

 

Gary Jensen

            Tron ~ Stunts

 

Jennefer Jesse

            Belle's Tales of Friendship ~ Jennefer

 

Garry Jewell

            How The Toys Saved Christmas (La Freccia azzurra) ~ Statue; Wizard

 

Kuyanda Jezile

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

 

Luyanda Jezile

            The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride ~ “He Lives In You” Background Vocals [as South African Choir]

 

Penn Jillette

            Fantasia/2000 ~ Host

            Toy Story ~ Television Announcer

            Nomination

            1999 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Music And Lyrics ~ as Lyricist for the song “Freedom Dot Com” from the episode “#118” of Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular

 

Jimmy Jam

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ “My Funny Friend And Me” All Additional Instruments

            Awards

            1986 Grammy Awards ~ Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical

            1993 Grammy Awards ~ Best R&B Song ~ as Songwriter of “That’s The Way Love Goes” (Single)

            2001 Grammy Awards ~ Best Dance Recording ~ as Producer of “All For You”

            Nomination

            2002 Grammy Awards ~ Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical ~ as Producer of “Here I Am” (Track), “I’m Gonna Be Ready” (Track), “Never Give Up” (Track), “Oh Well” (Track), “Through The Rain” (Single), & “Up & Down (In & Out)” (Single)

 

Joe Bennett And The Sparkletones

            The Rescuers Down Under ~ “Black Slacks”

 

Billy Joel

            Oliver & Company ~ Dodger

            Awards

            1978 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Artist on “Just The Way You Are” (Single)

            1979 Grammy Awards ~ Album Of The Year ~ as Artist on “52nd Street” (Album)

            1979 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male ~ as Artist on “52nd Street” (Album)

            1980 Grammy Awards ~ Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male ~ as Artist on “Glass Houses” (Album)

            1991 Grammy Awards ~ Grammy Legend Award

            2003 Tony Awards ~ Orchestrations ~ Movin’ Out

            Nominations

            2002 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program ~ as Performer of Billy Joel: In His Own Words

 

Dan Joffre

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ Parent #3

 

Elton John

            The Lion King ~ “Can You Feel The Love Tonight (End Title)”

            Awards

            1986 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as Artist on “That’s What Friends Are For” (Single)

            1991 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Composition ~ as Composer of “Basque” (Track)

            1994 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song) ~ for Music for “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” from The Lion King

            1994 Grammy Awards ~ Best Male Pop Vocal Performance ~ as Artist on “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” (Single)

            1997 Grammy Awards ~ Best Male Pop Vocal Performance ~ as Artist on “Candle In The Wind 1997” (Single)

            1999 Grammy Awards ~ Grammy Legend Award

            2000 Grammy Awards ~ Best Musical Show Album ~ as Composer of “Elton John And Tim Rice’s Aida” (Album)

            2000 Tony Awards ~ Original Musical Score ~ for Music for Aida

            Nominations

            1994 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song) ~ for Music for “Circle Of Life” from The Lion King

            1994 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song) ~ for Music for “Hakuna Matata” from The Lion King

            1998 Razzie Awards ~ Worst Screen “Couple” ~ as “Any Combination of Two Characters, Body Parts or Fashion Accessories” in Spice World

            1998 Tony Awards ~ Original Musical Score ~ The Lion King

            2000 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Music In An Animated Feature Production ~ for Song Music of The Road To El Dorado

            2002 Grammy Awards ~ Best Male Pop Vocal Performance ~ as Artist on “Original Sin”

 

Glynis Johns

            Mary Poppins ~ Mrs. Winifred Banks

            Awards

            1973 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ A Little Night Music

            1998 Disney Legend

            Nomination

            1960 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ The Sundowners

 

Alan Johnson

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Additional Voice

            Spider-Man Vs. Doc Ock ~ Adrian "Vulture" Toomes (Young)

 

Anne Marie Johnson

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Mousie

 

Ashley Johnson

            Recess: All Growed Down ~ Gretchen P. Grundler

            Recess Christmas: Miracle On Third Street ~ Gretchen P. Grundler

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Gretchen P. Grundler

            Recess: Taking The Fifth Grade ~ Gretchen P. Grundler

 

B. Wyatt Johnson

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

 

Ben Johnson

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

 

Bethany Johnson

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

 

Bruce Bayley Johnson

            Doug's 1st Movie ~ Mr. Swirley

 

Denise Johnson

            A Bug's Life ~ Additional Voice

 

Jack Johnson

            The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina ~ Eugene, The Bug Collector

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Additional Voice

 

Jimmy Johnson

            Toy Story ~ Song Rhythm Section Musician on Bass

 

Luke Johnson

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

 

Ollie Johnston

            The Incredibles ~ Additional Voice

            Award

            1989 Disney Legend

 

Bob Joles

             The Jungle Book 2 ~ Bagheera

            The Lion King 1½ ~ Additional Voice

 

Al Jones

            Tron ~ Stunts

 

Dickie Jones

            Pinocchio ~ Pinocchio

            Award

            2000 Disney Legend

 

Freddie Jones

            The Black Cauldron ~ Dallben

 

James Earl Jones

            Fantasia/2000 ~ Host

            The Lion King ~ Mufasa

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ Mufasa

            Recess Christmas: Miracle On Third Street ~ Santa Claus

            Awards

            1969 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Dramatic) ~ The Great White Hope

            1976 Grammy Awards ~ Best Spoken Word Recording ~ as Narrator on “Great American Documents” (Album)

            1987 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Play) ~ Fences

            1991 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Gabriel Bird in the episode “(Pilot)” of Gabriel’s Fire

            1991 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or Special ~ as Junius Jackson in Heat Wave

            1999 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performer In A Children’s Special ~ Summer’s End

            Nominations

            1964 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Single Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role ~ for the episode “Who Do You Kill?” of East Side/West Side

            1970 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Leading Role ~ The Great White Hope

            1990 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or Special ~ as Alice in By Dawn’s Early Light

            1994 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Attorney Bryant Thomas in the episode “System Down” of Picket Fences

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Neb Langston in the episodes “Pilot” and “Daddy’s Girl” of Under One Roof

            1997 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Norman in the episode “Roz’s Krantz And Gouldenstein Are Dead” of Frasier

 

Quincy Jones

            Fantasia/2000 ~ Host

            Awards

            1963 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Arrangement ~ as Arranger on “I Can’t Stop Loving You”

            1969 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Large Group Or Soloist With Large Group ~ as Artist on “Walking In Space”

            1971 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Instrumental Performance ~ as Artist on “Smackwater Jack” (Album)

            1973 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Arrangement ~ as Arranger on “Summer In The City” (Track)

            1977 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Achievement For Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore) ~ for the episode “Part 1” of the Roots

            1978 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Arrangement ~ as Arranger on “Main Title (Overture Part One)” (Wiz Original Sound Track)

            1980 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Arrangement ~ as Arranger on “Dinorah, Dinorah” (Single)

            1981 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) ~ as Arranger of “Ai No Corrida” (Track)

            1981 Grammy Awards ~ Best Arrangement On An Instrumental Recording ~ as Arranger of “Velas” (Track)

            1981 Grammy Awards ~ Best Cast Show Album ~ as Producer of “Lena Horne: The Lady And Her Music, Live On Broadway” (Album)

            1981 Grammy Awards ~ Producer Of The Year

            1981 Grammy Awards ~ Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as Artist on “The Dude”

            1983 Grammy Awards ~ Best Recording For Children ~ as Producer of “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” (Album)

            1983 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Producer of “Beat It” (Single)

            1983 Grammy Awards ~ Album Of The Year ~ as Producer of “Thriller” (Album)

            1983 Grammy Awards ~ Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical)

            1984 Grammy Awards ~ Best Arrangement Of An Instrumental ~ as Arranger of “Grace (Gymnastics Theme)” (Track)

            1985 Grammy Awards ~ Record Of The Year ~ as Producer of “We Are The World” (Single)

            1985 Grammy Awards ~ Best Music Video, Short Form ~ as Video Producer of “We Are The World” – The Video Event (Video)

            1985 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as Producer of “We Are The World” (Single)

            1989 Grammy Awards ~ National Trustees Award ~ Who has played almost every role there is on today’s music/recording scene; musician, composer, producer, arranger, conductor, executive. A producer for four decades of great talent – including his own.

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Best Arrangement Of An Instrumental ~ as Arranger of “Birdland” (Track)

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) ~ as Arranger of “The Places You Find Love” (Track)

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Album Of The Year ~ as Artist and Producer of “Back On The Block” (Album)

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Best Jazz Fusion Performance ~ as Artist on “Birdland” (Track)

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical)

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group ~ as Artist on “Back On The Block” (Track)

            1991 Grammy Awards ~ Grammy Legend Award

            1993 Grammy Awards ~ Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance ~ as Artist on “Miles And Quincy Live At Montreux” (Album)

            1994 Academy Awards ~ Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

            2001 Grammy Awards ~ Best Spoken Word Album ~ as Artist on “Q: The Autobiography Of Quincy Jones (Quincy Jones)”

            Nominations

            1967 Academy Awards ~ Music (Song) ~ for Music for “The Eyes Of Love” from Banning

            1967 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Music Score) ~ In Cold Blood

            1968 Academy Awards ~ Music (Song – Original To The Picture) ~ for Music for “For Love Of Ivy” from For Love Of Ivy

            1970 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Achievement In Music Composition ~ as Composer for The Bill Cosby Show

            1978 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song Score And Its Adaptation Or Adaptation Score) ~ The Wiz

            1985 Academy Awards ~ Picture ~ as Producer of The Color Purple

            1985 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song) ~ for Music And Lyrics of “Miss Celie’s Blues (Sister)” in The Color Purple

            1985 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Score) ~ The Color Purple

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Informational Series ~ as Executive Producer of episode “Punk” of The History Of Rock ‘N’ Roll

            1996 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Special ~ as Executive Producer of The 68th Annual Academy Awards

 

Rick Jones

            How The Toys Saved Christmas (La Freccia azzurra) ~ Duck; General Lajoie

 

Tom Jones

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ Theme Song Guy

            Award

            1965 Grammy Awards ~ Best New Artist

 

Vanessa Jones

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ Additional Underscore Vocals

 

Jim Jordan

            The Rescuers ~ Orville

 

Leslie Jordan

            Home On The Range ~ Additional Voice

 

Jonathan Joss

            Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World ~ Additional Voice

 

Journey

            Tron ~ “1990’s Theme”; “Only Solutions”

 

Jon Joyce

            The Three Musketeers ~ Chorus of Pirates and Maidens in "L'Opera"; "This Is The End" Chorus

 

Robert Joyce

            A Goofy Movie ~ “After Today” Chorus

            The Jungle Book 2 ~ “Colonel Hathi’s March”

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

            The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea ~ Chorus; “Down To The Sea” Chorus

            Mickey’s House Of Villains ~ “It’s Our House Now” Chorus

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Disney Holiday Chorus Baritone/Bass

            Teacher's Pet ~ Chorus [credited as Bob Joyce]

            Award

            1986 Grammy Awards ~ Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Duo Or Group ~ as member ‘2+2 Plus’ as Artist on “Free Fall” (Album)

 

The Jud Conlon Chorus

            Alice In Wonderland ~ “Alice In Wonderland (Finale)”; “Alice In Wonderland (Main Title)”; “The Caucus Race”

            Peter Pan ~ “The Elegant Captain Hook”; “A Pirate’s Life”; “A Pirate’s Life (Reprise)”; “The Second Star To The Right (Main Title)”; “What Made The Red Man Red”; “You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!”; “You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly! (Finale)”

 

Wynonna Judd

            Lilo And Stitch ~ “Burning Love”

            Awards

            1984 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as member of ‘The Judds’ as Artist on “Mama He’s Crazy” (Single)

            1985 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as member of ‘The Judds’ as Artist on “Why Not Me” (Album)

            1986 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as member of ‘The Judds’ as Artist on “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Old Days” (Album)

            1988 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as member of ‘The Judds’ as Artist on “Give A Little Love” (Track)

            1991 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as member of ‘The Judds’ as Artist on “Love Can Build A Bridge” (Single)

 

Charles Judels

            Pinocchio ~ Coachman; Stromboli

 

Danielle Judovits

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Additional Voice

            Toy Story ~ Additional Voice

 

Jump 5

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ "Shining Star"

            Stitch! The Movie ~ “Aloha, E Komo Mai”

 

Peter Jurasik

            Tron ~ Crom

 

 

 

 

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