DISNEY’S ANIMATED VOICES, ETC. - ACTORS

 

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Abe Laboriel

            The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride ~ “He Lives In You” Bass

 

Abe Laboriel, Jr.

            Treasure Planet ~ “I’m Still Here” Drums

 

Matthew Labyorteaux

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ ADR Voice [as Matt Labyorteaux]

            Mulan ~ Additional Voice

 

Patrick Labyorteaux

            Spider-Man: The Return Of The Green Goblin ~ Eugene “Flash” Thompson

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Eugene “Flash” Thompson

 

Charles Doug Lacy

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

 

LaChanze

             SEE LaChanze Sapp

 

Hearndon Lackey

            Beauty And The Beast ~ Additional Voice

 

Alan Ladd

            The Reluctant Dragon ~ Animator

 

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ “Upendi”; “We Are One”

            Award

            1987 Grammy Awards ~ Best Traditional Folk Recording Including Best Ethnic Or Traditional Folk Recording/Best Ethnic Or Traditional Folk Recording ~ as Artist on “Shaka Zulu” (Album)

            Nomination

            1993 Tony Awards ~ Score (Musical) ~ for Music and Lyrics for The Song Of Jacob Zulu

 

Christine Lafond

            Dinosaur ~ Vocalist

 

Jack Laing

            The Black Cauldron ~ Henchmen

 

Joe Lala

            A Christmas Carol ~ Additional Voice

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II ~ Guard #1

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

 

Maurice LaMarche

            Inspector Gadget: Gadget’s Greatest Gadgets ~ Inspector Gadget

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

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Horace Badun

            Siegfried & Roy: Masters Of The Impossible ~ Additional Voice

            The Three Musketeers ~ The Beagle Boys; Additional Voice

            Award

            1998 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Voice Acting By A Male Performer In An Animated Television Production ~ as the voice of The Brain in Pinky And The Brain

            Nominations

            1989 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program ~ for Puppet Voices in the episode “#211” of Sid And Marty Krofft’s D. C. Follies

            1997 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program ~ Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky And The Brain

            2000 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Voice Acting By A Male Performer In An Animated Feature Production ~ as the voice of The Brain in Steven Spielberg Presents Wakko’s Wish

 

Adam Lamberg

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ David Zephyr “Gordo” Gordon

 

Elsa Lanchester

             Mary Poppins ~ Katie Nanna

             Nominations

             1949 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ Come To The Stable

             1957 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ Witness For The Prosecution

 

David Lander

            A Bug's Life ~ Additional Voice

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Smart Ass

 

Rosalyn Landor

            Teacher's Pet ~ Blue Fairy

 

Charles Lane

            The Aristocats ~ Georges Hautecourt

 

Nathan Lane

            The Lion King ~ Timon

            The Lion King 1½ ~ Timon

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ Timon

            Teacher's Pet ~ Spot "Scott Leadready II" Helperman

            Awards

            1995 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program ~ The Lion King’s Timon And Pumbaa

            1996 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Musical) ~ A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum

            2001 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Musical) ~ The Producers, The New Mel Brooks Musical

            Nominations

            1992 Tony Awards ~ Actor (Musical) ~ Guys And Dolls

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Phil in the episode “Fool Me Once, Shame On You. Fool Me Twice…” of Frasier

            1998 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Professor Twilley in the episode “Good Old Reliable Nathan” of Mad About You

            1999 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program ~ George And Martha

            2000 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program ~ Disney’s Teacher’s Pet

 

k. d. lang

            Home On The Range ~ "Little Patch Of Heaven"; "Little Patch Of Heaven (Finale)

            Awards

            1988 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Vocal Collaboration ~ with Roy Orbison as artists on "Crying"

            1989 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Vocal Performance, Female ~ "Absolute Torch And Twang"

            1992 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female ~ "Constant Graving"

            2003 Grammy Awards ~ Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album ~ as artist on "A Wonderful World"

 

Mike Lang

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Monsters, Inc. Main Title” Piano

 

James Langa

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

 

Frances Langford

            Melody Time ~ “Once Upon A Wintertime”

 

Michael Lanning

            A Goofy Movie ~ “Lester’s Possum Park” Chorus

 

Angela Lansbury

            Beauty And The Beast ~ Mrs. Potts

            Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas ~ Mrs. Potts

            Bedknobs And Broomsticks ~ Miss Eglantine Price

            Fantasia/2000 ~ Host

            Awards

            1966 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ Mame

            1969 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ Dear World

            1975 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ Gypsy

            1979 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ Sweeney Todd

            1995 Disney Legend

            Nominations

            1944 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ Gaslight

            1945 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ The Picture Of Dorian Gray

            1962 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ The Manchurian Candidate

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or A Special ~ Little Gloria…Happy At Last

            1985 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program ~ for the episode “Sweeney Todd” of Great Performances

            1985 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ Murder, She Wrote

            1986 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ Murder, She Wrote

            1987 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program ~ The 1987 Tony Awards

            1987 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ Murder, She Wrote

            1988 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ for the episode “Witness For The Defense” of Murder, She Wrote

            1989 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall – Part 1” of Murder, She Wrote

            1990 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program ~ as the Host of The 43rd Annual Tony Awards

            1990 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Seal Of The Confessional” of Murder, She Wrote

            1991 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Thursday’s Child” of Murder, She Wrote

            1992 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Night Fears” of Murder, She Wrote

            1993 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Night Of The Coyote” of Murder, She Wrote

            1994 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “A Killing In Cork” of Murder, She Wrote

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Dear Deadly” of Murder, She Wrote

            1996 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series ~ as Jessica Fletcher in the episode “Death By Demographics” of Murder, She Wrote

            1998 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Voice Acting By A Female Performer In An Animated Feature Production ~ as the voice of Marie in Anastasia

 

Mary Lansing

            Bambi ~ Aunt Ena; Mrs. Possum

 

Gina La Piana

            Cinderella II: Dreams Come True ~ “Put It Together (Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo)” Background Vocals

 

Nicole LaPlaca

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie Isabella (Dance Double)

 

Norman Large

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

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

            Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas ~ Christmas Medley Chorus

            Teacher's Pet ~ Chorus

            The Three Musketeers ~ Chorus of Pirates and Maidens in "L'Opera"; Cow Chorus in "Chains Of Love"; Musketeer Chorus in "All For One And One For All (Finale)"; "This Is The End" Chorus

 

Linda Larkin

            Aladdin ~ Jasmine (speaking)

            Aladdin And The King Of Thieves ~ Jasmine (speaking)

            The Return Of Jafar ~ Jasmine (speaking)

 

Kai Rune Larsen

            Atlantis: Milo’s Return ~ Gunnar; Seaman

 

David Lasley

            Oliver & Company ~ Additional Voice

 

Ben Lasseter

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Human Kid & Scream Reference

 

Jackson Lasseter

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Human Kid & Scream Reference

 

John Lasseter

            A Bug's Life ~ Additional Voice

            Toy Story 2 ~ Additional Voice

            Awards

            1988 Academy Awards ~ Short Films (Animated) ~ as Producer of Tin Toy

            1995 Annie Awards ~ Best Individual Achievement: Directing ~ Toy Story

            1995 Academy Awards ~ Special Achievement Award ~ For the development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film

            2000 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Directing In An Animated Feature Production ~ Toy Story 2

            2000 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Writing In An Animated Feature Production ~ Toy Story 2

            Nominations

            1986 Academy Awards ~ Short Films (Animated) ~ as Producer of Luxo Jr.

            1995 Academy Awards ~ Writing (Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen) ~ Toy Story

            1999 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Directing In An Animated Feature Production ~ A Bug’s Life

            1999 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Writing In An Animated Feature Production ~ A Bug’s Life

 

PJ Lasseter

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Human Kid & Scream Reference

 

Sam Lasseter

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Human Kid & Scream Reference

            Toy Story ~ Additional Voice

 

Brian Lassiter

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

 

Manfred Lating

            Bedknobs And Broomsticks ~ German Sergeant

 

Kenny Lattimore

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ “Love Will Find A Way (End Title)”

 

Dana Laurita

            Robin Hood ~ Sis Rabbit

 

Lucille LaVerne

            Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs ~ The Wicked Queen Grimhilde

 

Joe Lavery

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Rolly

 

Peter Lavin

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Additional Voice

 

John Phillip Law

            Spider-Man Vs. Doc Ock ~ Walter "The Cat" Hardesky

 

Andy Lawrence

            Recess: All Growed Down ~ Theodore J. "T. J." Detweiler [as Andrew Lawrence]

            Recess Christmas: Miracle On Third Street ~ Theodore J. "T. J." Detweiler

            Recess: School’s Out ~ Theodore J. "T. J." Detweiler

 

Joey Lawrence

            A Goofy Movie ~ Chad

            Oliver & Company ~ Oliver

 

Alma Lawton

            Mary Poppins ~ Mrs. Corry

 

Zoe Leader

            The Lion King ~ Sarafina

 

Denis Leary

            A Bug's Life ~ Francis

 

Theo Lebow

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice

 

Leone LeDoux

            The Reluctant Dragon ~ Baby Herbert Weems

 

Bill Lee

            101 Dalmatians ~ Roger Radcliff (singing)

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Roger Radcliff (singing “Cruella De Vil”)

 

Billy Lee

            The Reluctant Dragon ~ The Boy

 

Conan Lee

            Mulan ~ Additional Voice

 

Dana Lee

            Mulan ~ Additional Voice

 

Greg Lee

            Doug's 1st Movie ~ Principal Robert White

            Nomination

            1995 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Children’s Series ~ Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?

 

Jason Lee

            The Incredibles ~ Buddy "Syndrome" Pine

 

Jason Scott Lee

            Lilo And Stitch ~ David Kawena

 

Jennifer Lee

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

 

Joan B. Lee

            Daredevil Vs. Spider-Man ~ Madame Web

            Spider-Man: The Return Of The Green Goblin ~ Madame Web

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Madame Web

 

John Michael Lee

            Archie’s Weird Mysteries: Archie And The Riverdale Vampires ~ Medlock

 

Johnny Lee

            Song Of The South ~ Br'er Rabbit

 

Marjorie Lee

            Bambi ~ Mrs. Rabbit

 

Peggy Lee

            Lady And The Tramp ~ Am; Darling; Lady (singing); Peg; Si

            Awards

            1969 Grammy Awards ~ Best Contemporary Vocal Performance, Female ~ as Artist on “Is That All There Is” (Single)

            1995 Grammy Awards ~ Lifetime Achievement Award ~ Whose mastery of the pop and jazz idioms shone through on such signature hits as “I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good,” “Why Don’t You Do Right?,” “Fever” and “Is That All There Is?,” as well as in such feature films as The Jazz Singer and Pete Kelly’s Blues.

            Nominations

            1955 Academy Awards ~ Actress In A Supporting Role ~ Pete Kelly’s Blues

            1956 Emmy Awards ~ Best Female Singer

 

Glenn Leedy

            Song Of The South ~ Toby

 

Jane Leeves

            The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina ~ Margaret Beetle

            James And The Giant Peach ~ Ladybug

            Nomination

            1998 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Daphne Moon in Frasier

 

Lance LeGault

            Home On The Range ~ Junior

 

Edie Lehmann-Boddicker

            Dinosaur ~ Additional Voice

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ Background Vocals

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

            The Little Mermaid ~ Additional Voice

            Mulan ~ Additional Voice

            Teacher's Pet ~ Chorus

 

Queenie Leonard

            Alice In Wonderland ~ Bird In The Tree

            101 Dalmatians ~ Duchess

 

Tom Leonard

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Maximillian "Max" Goof (singing "Make Me Look Good")

 

Ashley Leong

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

 

Richard Le Parmentier

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Lt. Santino

 

Fred Lerner

            Tron ~ Stunts

 

Michael Lerner

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Producer

            Nomination

            1991 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Supporting Role ~ Barton Fink

 

Luisa Leschin

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II ~ Additional Voice

            Mulan ~ Additional Voice

 

Sonya Leslie

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

 

Kelly Lester

            A Christmas Carol ~ Additional Voice

 

Robie Lester

            The Aristocats ~ Duchess (singing)

 

Brittany Levenbrown

            Toy Story ~ Additional Voice

 

Jennifer Levey

            The Nightmare Before Christmas ~ Additional Voice

 

James Levine

            Fantasia/2000 ~ Host

            Awards

            1982 Grammy Awards ~ Best Orchestral Performance ~ as Artist on “Mahler: Symphony No. 7 In E Minor (Song Of The Night)” (Album)

            1983 Daytime Emmy Award ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement In The Performing Arts ~ Live From The Met

            1983 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Artist on “Verdi: La Traviata (Original Soundtrack)” (Album)

            1984 Grammy Awards ~ Best Choral Performance (Other Than Opera) ~ as Artist on “Brahms: A German Requiem” (Album)

            1984 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement – Classical Music/Dance Programming ~ for the episode “Part 2” of Live From The Met Centennial Gala

            1986 Grammy Awards ~ Best Choral Performance (Other Than Opera) ~ as Artist on “Orff: Carmina Burana” (Album)

            1987 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Artist on “R. Strauss: Ariadne Auf Naxos” (Album)

            1989 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Artist on “Wagner: Die Walkuere” (Album)

            1990 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Artist on “Wagner: Das Rheingold” (Album)

            1991 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Artist on “Wagner: Gotterdammerung” (Album)

            Nominations

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Classical Program in The Performing Arts ~ as Star of In Concert At The Met: Price, Horne, Levine

            1998 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program ~ as Conductor of The Metropolitan Opera Presents Carmen

 

Sam J. Levine

            Home On The Range ~ Willie (speaking); Willie (speaking); Willie (speaking)

 

Gregory Levinson

            The Black Cauldron ~ Fairfolk

 

Hope Levy

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

 

Dawnn Lewis

            Daredevil Vs. Spider-Man ~ Detective Terri Lee

            Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown ~ Detective Terri Lee

 

Huey Lewis

            Oliver & Company ~ “Once Upon A Time In New York City”

            Award

            1985 Grammy Awards ~ Best Music Video, Long Form ~ as member ‘Huey Lewis And The News’ as Artist of Huey Lewis And The News: The Heart Of Rock ‘n’ Roll (Video)

            Nomination

            1985 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song) ~ for Lyrics of “The Power Of Love” in Back To The Future

 

Marc Allen Lewis

            The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina ~ Additional Voice

 

Terry Lewis

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ “My Funny Friend And Me” Background Vocals; “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)

 

Vicki Lewis

            An Extremely Goofy Movie ~ Beret Girl

            Finding Nemo ~ Deb/Flo

 

Richard Libertini

            DuckTales: The Movie – Treasure Of The Lost Lamp ~ Dijon

 

Andrea Libman

            Madeline: Lost In Paris ~ Madeline

 

David Lichine

            Make Mine Music ~ Dancer

 

Jennifer Lien

            The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ~ Vitani (adult)

 

Georgina Lightning

            Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World ~ Additional Voice

 

Marilyn Lightstone

            Inspector Gadget: Gadget’s Greatest Gadgets ~ Additional Voice

 

Kevin Ligon

            Home On The Range ~ Additional Voice

 

Kevin Lima

            A Goofy Movie ~ Lester

            Nomination

            1999 Annie Awards ~ Outstanding Individual Achievement For Directing In An Animated Feature Production ~ Tarzan

 

Michael Lindsay

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Additional Voice

 

George Lindsey

            The Aristocats ~ Lafayette

            The Rescuers ~ Deadeye

            Robin Hood ~ Trigger

 

Eli Russell Linnetz

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ Tido

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Additional Voice

 

Alex D. Linz

            Tarzan ~ Tarzan (young)

 

Christine Lippa

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ Parent #2

 

Becca Lish

            Doug's 1st Movie ~ Connie Benge; Judy Funnie; Mrs. Theda Funnie

 

Nicolette Little

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ Additional Voice (Loop Group)

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Additional Voice

            Teacher's Pet ~ Additional Voice (Walla Group) [as Nicolette R. Little]

            Toy Story 2 ~ Additional Voice

 

James Lively

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice


Steve Lively

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

 

Christopher Lloyd

            DuckTales: The Movie – Treasure Of The Lost Lamp ~ Merlock

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Judge Doom

            Awards

            1982 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Or Variety Or Music Series ~ Taxi

            1983 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy, Variety Or Music Series ~ Taxi

            1992 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Alistair Dimple in the episode “Facts And Fictions” of Avonlea

 

Doris Lloyd

            Alice In Wonderland ~ The Rose

            Mary Poppins ~ Depositor

 

LMNT

            Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time ~ "It's Just You"

            The Lizzie McGuire Movie ~ "Open Your Eyes (To Love)"

 

Anne Lockhart

            The Little Mermaid ~ Additional Voice

 

Bobby Lockwood

            101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure ~ Patch

 

Vera Lockwood

            Aladdin ~ Additional Voice

 

Gideon Logan

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

 

James Logan

            Mary Poppins ~ Citizen

 

Rick Logan

            Brother Bear ~ Additional Voice

            Cinderella II: Dreams Come True ~ “The World Is Looking Up To You” Background Vocals; Gus/Octavius (singing)

            A Goofy Movie ~ “High Hopes”; “On The Open Road” Chorus

            The Jungle Book 2 ~ “Colonel Hathi’s March”; “W-I-L-D” Chorus

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

            The Lion King ~ Circle Of Life Chorus

            The Lion King 1½ ~ Vocalist (Los Angeles)

            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 Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse ~ “The Best Christmas Of All”; “The Best Christmas Of All” Chorus

            Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas ~ Christmas Medley Chorus

            Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas ~ "Make Me Look Good" Chorus; Disney Holiday Chorus Tenor

            Teacher's Pet ~ Chorus

            The Three Musketeers ~ Chorus of Pirates and Maidens in "L'Opera"; Cow Chorus in "Chains Of Love"; Musketeer Chorus in "All For One And One For All (Finale)"; "This Is The End" Chorus

            The Tigger Movie ~ Chorus

 

Susan Stevens Logan

            SEE Susan Stevens-Logan

 

Robert Loggia

            Oliver & Company ~ Sykes

            Nominations

            1985 Academy Awards ~ Actor In A Supporting Role ~ Jagged Edge

            1990 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series ~ as Mancuso in the episode “Suspicious Minds” of Mancuso FBI

            2001 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series ~ as Grandpa Victor in Malcolm In The Middle

 

Kenny Loggins

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

            Awards

            1979 Grammy Awards ~ Song Of The Year ~ as Songwriter of “What A Fool Believes” (Single)

            1980 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male ~ as Artist on “This Is It” (Track)

            1992 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Original Song ~ This Island Earth

            Nominations

            1984 Academy Awards ~ Music (Original Song) ~ for Music to “Footloose” from Footloose

            1992 Daytime Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Special Class Program ~ This Island Earth

            1999 Tony Awards ~ Original Musical Score ~ Footloose

 

Aaron Lohr

            A Goofy Movie ~ Maximillian “Max” Goof (singing)

 

The London Philharmonic Orchestra

            Tron ~ Orchestral Performance

            Awards

            1974 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Orchestra on “Puccini: La Boheme” (Album)

            1976 Grammy Awards ~ Classical Album Of The Year ~ as Orchestra on “Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos” (Album)

            1983 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Orchestra on “Mozart: Le Nozzi Di Figaro” (Album)

            2000 Grammy Awards ~ Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra) ~ as Orchestra on “Maw: Violin Concerto” (Album)

 

The London Symphony Orchestra

            Who Framed Roger Rabbit ~ Orchestral Performance

            Awards

            1963 Grammy Awards ~ Classical Album Of The Year ~ as Orchestra on “Britten: War Requiem” (Album)

            1963 Grammy Awards ~ Best Classical Performance – Choral (Other Than Opera) ~ as Orchestra on “Britten: War Requiem” (Album)

            1967 Grammy Awards ~ Album Of The Year, Classical ~ as Orchestra on “Mahler: Symphony No. 8 (Symphony Of A Thousand)” (Album)

            1967 Grammy Awards ~ Best Classical Choral Performance (Other Than Opera) ~ as Orchestra on “Mahler: Symphony No. 8 (Symphony Of A Thousand)” (Album)

            1971 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Orchestra on “Verdi: Aida” (Album)

            1971 Grammy Awards ~ Best Choral Performance – Classical ~ as Orchestra on “Berlioz: Requiem” (Album)

            1973 Grammy Awards ~ Best Choral Performance, Classical (Other Than Opera) ~ as Orchestra on “Walton: Belshazzer’s Feast” (Album)

            1974 Grammy Awards ~ Best Choral Performance, Classical (Other Than Opera) ~ as Orchestra on “Berlioz: The Damnation Of Faust” (Album)

            1976 Grammy Awards ~ Best Choral Performance (Other Than Opera) ~ as Orchestra on “Rachmaninoff: The Bells” (Album)

            1991 Grammy Awards ~ Best Classical Album ~ as Orchestra on “Bernstein: Candide” (Album)

            1999 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Orchestra on “Stravinsky: The Rake’s Progress” (Album)

            2001 Grammy Awards ~ Best Classical Album ~ as Orchestra on “Berlioz: Les Troyens”

            2001 Grammy Awards ~ Best Opera Recording ~ as Orchestra on “Berlioz: Les Troyens”

            2002 Grammy Awards ~ Best Classical Crossover Album ~ as Artists on “Previn Conducts Korngold (Sea Hawk; Captain Blood, Etc.)”

            Nomination

            2002 Grammy Awards ~ Best Orchestral Performance ~ as Orchestra on “Shostakovich: Symphony No. 11”

 

Lisa Long

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

 

Jerry Longe

            Archie’s Weird Mysteries: Archie And The Riverdale Vampires ~ Dr. Beaumont; Smithers

 

Chloe Looper

            Lilo And Stitch ~ Additional Voice

 

Rob Lorey

            Pocahontas ~ Additional Voice

 

Los Angeles Orchestra

             Tron ~ Orchestral Performance

 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

            A Bug's Life ~ Princess Atta

            Award

            1996 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine Benes in the episodes “The Soup Nazi” and “The Wait-Out” of Seinfeld

            Nominations

            1992 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine in the episodes “The Pen” and “The Tape” of Seinfeld

            1993 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine Benes in the episodes “The Airport” and “The Contest” of Seinfeld

            1994 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine Benes in the episodes “The Mango” and “The Opposite” of Seinfeld

            1995 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine Benes in the episodes “The Beard” and “The Fusilli Jerry” of Seinfeld

            1997 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine Benes in Seinfeld

            1998 Emmy Awards ~ Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series ~ as Elaine Benes in Seinfeld

            1997 Razzie Awards ~ Worst Supporting Actress ~ Fathers’ Day

 

Lyle Lovett

            Toy Story ~ “You’ve Got A Friend In Me (End Title)”

            Awards

            1989 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Vocal Performance, Male ~ as Artist on “Lyle Lovett And His Large Band” (Album)

            1994 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal ~ as Artist on “Blues For Dixie” (Track)

            1994 Grammy Awards ~ Best Pop Vocal Collaboration ~ as Artist on “Funny How Time Slips Away” (Track)

            1996 Grammy Awards ~ Best Country Album ~ as Artist and Producer of “The Road To Ensenada” (Album)

 

Brandon Lucas

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice

 

Richard Lucchese

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice

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

 

Barbara Luddy

            Lady And The Tramp ~ Lady (speaking)

            The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh ~ Kanga

            101 Dalmatians ~ Rover

            Robin Hood ~ Mother Rabbit

            Sleeping Beauty ~ Merryweather

 

Noah Luke

            Finding Nemo ~ Additional Voice

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

 

Rebecca Luker

            Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas ~ Enchanted Christmas Chorus

            Nominations

            1995 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ Show Boat

            2000 Tony Awards ~ Actress (Musical) ~ The Music Man

 

Joanna Lumley

            James And The Giant Peach ~ Aunt Spiker

 

Bransen Luna

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

 

Chris Lundquist

            Archie’s Weird Mysteries: Archie And The Riverdale Vampires ~ Forsythe "Jughead" Pendelton Jones; Vampire #1

 

Jimmy Luske

            The Reluctant Dragon

 

Tommy Luske

            Peter Pan ~ Michael Darling

 

Dora Luz

            The Three Caballeros ~ Herself (Dora Luz)

 

Meredith Scott Lynn

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

 

Sherry Lynn

            Aladdin ~ Additional Voice

            Atlantis: The Lost Empire ~ Additional Voice (Loop Group)

            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

            Cinderella II: Dreams Come True ~ Additional Voice

            Doug's 1st Movie ~ Additional Voice

            DuckTales: The Movie – Treasure Of The Lost Lamp ~ Additional Voice

            The Emperor's New Groove ~ Additional Voice

            Finding Nemo ~ Additional Voice

            Hercules ~ Additional Voice

            The Hunchback Of Notre Dame ~ Additional Voice

            The Little Mermaid ~ Additional Voice

            Monsters, Inc. ~ Additional Voice

            Spirited Away (Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi) ~ Additional Voice

            Tarzan ~ Additional Voice

            Toy Story ~ Additional Voice

            Toy Story 2 ~ Additional Voice

            Treasure Planet ~ Additional Voice

 

 

 

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