Cartoon Season Showcase
1987: During a report on mysterious thefts, April O' Neil met the TMNT after they saved her from a group of punks. After awakening in their home, Hamato Yoshi told April how he was changed into a rat named Splinter at the same time the Turtles were mutated into the wisecracking heroes they are! She and the Turtles then set out to discover who was burglarizing all those technological companies, which quickly lead them to the Foot Clan.; After the defeat of his robotic Foot Soldiers, Shredder turned two of his punks, Bebop and Rocksteady into mutants. The Turtles also learned that Shredder is actually Oroku Saki, the man who had usurped Splinter's leadership of the Foot.; Shredder enlisted the help of a mad scientist named Baxter Stockman whose invention, the Mouser nearly spelled doom for Splinter. Unbeknownst to him, Shredder's alien sidekick Krang sabotaged his plans by helping Michaelangelo.; Shredder then brought forth two of Krang's Rock Warriors from his homeworld in Dimension X. Teenage type creatures known as Neutrinos also arrived from the portal and soon teamed up with the Turtles and helped defeat the villains once again!; In the season's climax, Shredder built Krang an android body, which nearly caused the end for the city when he grew into a monster-sized robot. Luckily, the Turtles quickly came to the rescue in the Turtle Blimp. Krang opened the gateway to Dimension X in attempt to bring forth his minions, when the TMNT arrived to fight while Donatello reversed the flow of the portal, causing the Technodrome to pull itself into the portal while the Turtles escaped.
1988: With the Technodrome trapped in Dimension X, Shredder returned to seek revenge on the Turtles. Since he wasn't given any further help from Krang, he sought the help of Baxter Stockman who aided him in locating the Eye of Sarnath, a magic alien crystal divided into three pieces.; After making one screw up too many, Baxter was sent to Dimension X to be killed, while Bebop and Rocksteady came back to Earth. Krang attempted to vaporize Stockman, however, a one-in-a-thousand glitch caused the mad scientist to be cross-mutated with a fly.; At one point, Shredder asked for more mutagen, but it was sent to the wrong place and four frogs in a Florida swamp were mutated. Shredder trained the frogs to be his loyal minions, while leading them to believe he was a goodguy. Fortunately though, Splinter and the TMNT were able to set the frogs straight by proving just how evil The Shredder truly was!; Donatello gave Master Splinter an opportunity to be human again, only it didn't last long and he changed back into his rat form... in public.; April was temporarily transformed into a humanoid cat due to the side effects of a teleportation beam. April's co-worker/friend Irma got a chance to meet the Turtles in that episode.; The Technodrome returned to Earth, but Don managed to send it down towards the center of the Earth.
1989: This season had over 40 episodes; All except two involved Shredder and Krang plotting to return the Technodrome to the surface. Sometimes certain characters would have substitute voices for a few episodes.
The TMNT met The Rat King, Leatherhead, Casey Jones, Lotus Blossom, Usagi Yojimbo and a young man named Zach who was granted the position of an honorary Ninja Turtle. Most of these characters and ones from the first 2 seasons made return appearances within this season.
Shredder and Krang once attempted to control the city by reversing the gravity flow, which caused some major chaos.; In the heat of a battle at Cybertech Labs, Splinter and Shredder were accidentally subjected to a beam that caused their minds to be transferred into one another's body. Shredder sought to kill the Turtles in the guise of their master while Splinter sought to reverse the mind transfer in order to save them.; Irma became closer with the Turtles after she was enlarged into a 50 foot tall woman on her birthday and they had to cure her before the army could take her into custody.; Michaelangelo became human for one episode thanks to a batch of cookies contaminated with anti-mutagen, only the mutation was highly unstable and he kept switching between human and mutant turtle form.; Baxter Stockman returned to exact his revenge with the help of an alien spaceship that supplied him with a mutation ray-gun, which he used to turn Shredder into a housefly and Mikey into a gerbil.; In the season finale, the Technodrome returned to the surface again. Krang almost sent Earth to Dimension X, but Donatello managed to send the Technodrome through the portal instead!
1990: Ten of these episodes were the series' last weekday afternoon lineup. The plots in these adventures were very goofy ones, such as Leonardo and Michaelangelo being turned into little children by an age reversing serum of Krang's, so he could sell them to an alien zookeeper.; Bebop and Rocksteady were disguised in holographic cloaks to make them appear human so they could sneak into Channel 6 and plant rocket boasters in the basement, but they wound up becoming program execs for the TV station.; In one peculiar episode the Turtles had to keep a baby Neutrino safe from Shredder and his mutant punks.; Krang created a ray that altered humans' personalities, making them act like timid rabbits. It was up to Leonardo and Raphael to find the antidote, which could only be found in a strange fairy tale dimension. Along the way, they met Hokum Hare, from The Tortoise and the Hare. With Hokum's help, the Turtles retrieved the crystal and saved Earth.; In the following episode, Hokum discovered Shredder and his goons were plotting to take over the future via a train-powered temporal wave distortion. Hokum informed the TMNT who hitched a ride on the train to the year 2036, where they discovered that their older selves were no more than a bunch of crodgedy old farts!
CBS began airing the show on Saturday Morning two episodes in a row each week. In the first half hour we'd see the Ninja Turtles fighting Shredder, while in the second half hour there would be an episode where one of the Turtles separated himself from the others and find out about a random evildoer.
Raphael almost got a girlfriend when he met Mona Lisa, a salamander type mutant on a cruise ship.; One episode had Rocksteady and Bebop dressed as super heroes.; In another episode, Michaelangelo actually got to meet a super hero with bug like powers (Gee, I wonder where they got that idea).; An evil mutant turtle from Dimension X known as Slash was in one of the most memorable episodes of the series!; April went to investigate a UFO sighting in a small town called High Falls, and Leonardo decided to follow along where he ran into one of the locals, Billy Jim Bob, who mistook him for an alien. Leo soon found himself being chased by a crazy mob, while April was kidnapped by the real villain of the story whose Vita-Ray Beam Gun could increase the size of fruits and vegetables. After teaming up with Billy Jim Bob and reuniting with his brothers, Leonardo managed to rescue April and save the day!; In one of my favorite episodes, Raphael unwittingly was exposed to a Personality Transmogrifier while sitting in a cab, causing his mind to get switched with the cab driver's. Raph and the cabbie never realized that they were in one another's body, even when they looked at one another, or themselves. When the other Turtles found out what happened to their brother, they set out with April to find the device so they could reverse the effects. Meanwhile, a gangster known as Mr. Big and his assistant Little Huey were out to use the Transmogrifier for their own criminal purposes. After a kidnapping and a wild 4-way car chase, Raphael and the cabbie's minds were restored to their right bodies!
1991: In the opening ep to this season, Shredder's brother, a Metropolitan police officer aided the Turtles in stopping Krang from bringing the Technodrome back to New York. Donatello managed to have it sent to the frozen Arctic instead.; Michaelangelo made some interesting new friends this season, such as Mondo Gecko, a badass skateboarding lizard with a heart of gold!; Mikey also got involved with a group of Egyptian mummy fanatics who believed him to be the great Ahmed Turtle. It was up to them and the other Turtles to save the city from a madman trying to gain powers from a comet by crashing it into Earth.; Raphael had a life-and-death crisis where he thought he only had 24 hours left to live, so he went off dressed in a buccaneer type outfit and risked his life to help people as The Green Defender.; The Turtles' young friend Zach had been reading way too many comic books and his accident-prone imagination wound him up in military school where he found out the place was being run by two aliens known as Wingnut and Screwloose.; In a special hour long prime-time episode, the Turtles met up with a friendly alien race known as Turtleoids who were being bullied by a giant 2 headed monster, while Shredder and Krang were busy with their own evil plans back on Earth.
1992: At this point in the series, the writers stopped having one episode with Shredder followed by an ep featuring just one Turtle and a random villain. The first ep of this season had Leonardo missing from the rest of the group. When the other three Turtles had to go fight Bebop and Rocksteady, the goons found out and told Shredder, thus giving him a fiendish idea- sending Bebop off cloaked to look like Leo and wreak havoc, which would confuse the heck out of everyone else.; After the Technodrome broke free from the ice patch, the Turtles sank it into the Atlantic Ocean. From that point on, the modules were made to have aquatic capabilities.; Krang's android body went on a rampage via a video game chip Bebop and Rocksteady planted inside.; In one unforgettable episode, Michaelangelo accidentally turned his brothers into toddlers while fooling with a machine of Donatello's (This was based off a similar episode from 1990.); Leonardo was revealed to be frightened to death of snakes until he faced a scientist who had actually been turned into one.; In an amusing episode dealing with Raphael and his moody attitude, the cranky terrapin was accidentally exposed to Donatello's Personality Alteror and became Mr. Nice Guy. The guys had no idea what caused Raph to be such a sweet turtle, so they sent him off to a shrink, who turned out to be very unprofessional.
European Vacation Episodes: These were also Lost Episodes that first aired in 1993 on the USA Network, but they fit plot-wise with 1990. For some odd reason Raphael was played by a different actor.
In Venice, Shredder and Krang threatened to flood the city unless their demands were met, but the TMNT managed to save the day as usual!; While the Turtles were in Ireland, Krang used a device which shot a concentrated beam in the form of a rainbow that could transform harmless animals into hideous beasts, and vice versa. Bebop and Rocksteady were actually turned into cute little mutants, while Michaelangelo became a Reptilian Hulk!; In another episode, Shredder and the goons tried returning the Technodrome to Earth by attempting to make the Orient Express into a runaway train bomb.; A strange alien couple stealing priceless works of art in Italy mistook the TMNT for their own renaissance namesakes and attempted to collect them. Thinking fast, the Turtles fooled the aliens into thinking the paintings were merely cheap knockoffs.
1993: Mid-way through this season James Avery, voice of The Shredder left the show, yet his character remained on the series voiced by a different actor.
While fighting Shredder single handily, Donatello experienced an electric shock which sent him into berserk mode, where he dressed himself up as a super hero stereotyping Batman and tried to finish off Shredder for good. At the same time, an alien race known as the Triceretons came to conquer Earth.; In another episode, Krang hypnotized the Neutrinos, making them act like road-raging delinquencies (not too much of a stretch) and were sent to chase the Turtles, while Rocksteady and Bebop set out to find a video tape that revealed the blueprints of a secret invention that could free the Technodrome via hover-conversion. After bringing the Neutrinos to their senses, the TMNT managed to prevent Krang and Shredder from bringing the Technodrome back to dry land; In another outrageous story, Shredder sought vengeance against the Turtles by sending a rogues gallery of seven old enemies including Leatherhead, the Rat King and two never before seen characters known as Scumbug and Antrax (whom the Turtles apparently met offscreen). At the same time, Splinter gathered a small group of human allies to assist him in rescuing the TMNT.; In the season finale, The Technodrome resurfaced on the beach and the Turtles were banished to Dimension X where they had a brief rumble with alien slave traders. Meanwhile, Rocksteady and Bebop were terrorizing April and the rest of the Channel 6 news crew when Splinter came to their aide. Moments later, Irma went into sudden Rambo mode when she took a laser gun and used it to short circuit Krang's android body. Once the Turtles returned to defeat Shredder, Donatello sent the Technodrome back through the portal to Dimension X without anyone inside of it but the Rock Warriors and Foot Soldiers.
1994: This was the season where the series went into a major format change known as the Red Sky episodes, because instead of daytime or night, it was always sunset outside. The Turtles themselves had a slightly different appearance, while April had an entire new wardrobe and started driving a red sports car. Rat King and Casey Jones each had a final guest appearance during this season.
After Shredder blew up Channel 6, April's boss Mr. Thompson had the Turtles blamed for it and they became convicts.; The Turtles had to battle a group of mutants from over 60 years in the future known as H.A.V.O.C., and were eventually helped by a man from that time known as Krakus, whose father's life apparently is saved one day by April. When the leader of H.A.V.O.C. kidnapped April, Krakus feared that his own existence would be in jeopardy, so he had Donatello mutate him.; The Turtles were abducted by aliens who accused them of crashing their spaceship (which was actually Shredder and Krang's doing). When they escaped, the Turtles found cybernetic suits that gave them amazing cyber armor (which was based on the Cyber Samurai toys Playmates made around that time).; Shredder, Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady returned to the Technodrome in Dimension X, where the Turtles vanquished them once and for all!
In my personal opinion this season would've been a wonderful way for the series to end production, with such a perfect final episode!
1995: This was the point where the show got extremely odd. The Turtles and a new friend named Carter faced a devious alien named Dregg who succeeded in making the people of New York believe he came in peace. The Turtles were having troubles with their mutations and would sometimes turn into hideous monsters. Carter came into contact with some of Donatello's mutagen sample and was given an odd ability to mutate himself into a strange yellow creature. Eventually, April was able to reveal Dregg's evil intentions to the city and the TMNT sent him back to where he came from!
1996: This was the tenth and final season of the cartoon. Sadly though, Rob Paulsen, the original voice of Raphael decided to quit at the time these episodes were made.
After an incident where Leonardo became a barbaric monster, the Turtles were finally able to put an end to their freakish mutating. However Carter's was irreversible, which really didn't make sense considering he's always been human and therefore should've been the easiest to cure (I.E. retro-mutagen ray).; In the first and only three-part story, Dregg returned for another full scale invasion and took his revenge on the Turtles by draining their strength from them and having them stored into himself. Krang and Shredder, who were brought back to Earth, also took part in this fiendish plot! Carter had Landor and Merrik go back in time to bring the TMNT of 1994 to the present in order to help save April and the TMNT of 1996. After the Turtles of the past helped defeat Dregg and Shredder, they were sent back to their time and Landor and Merick took Carter with them to the future so they could help cure his mutation.; Dregg attempted to take over the world's military defenses with the aide of an alien mob boss known as the Globfather who was sent to steal a protein computer, a device that enabled anyone to control electric devices through thoughts.; In another incident, Dregg tried to suck Earth into a warp sending it to Dimension X, but the Turtles and Master Splinter managed to thwart his plans and send his ship into a black hole where it was destroyed.; In the final episode, Krang's android body and the Technodrome made a special appearance in the Turtles' final fight against Dregg when he returned in the form of a giant creature from the combined strength of several other alien creatures. In the final scene, Splinter told the Turtles that he was no longer their sensei and that he had taught them all he knew.
The show had a number of writers over its 100+ episode run, but the most famous writer had to be David Wise who penned the very first five episodes and created many of the memorable characters from that first season. Mr. Wise is also known for writing episodes of Transformers, Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers and several other popular cartoons from the 1980s.
Thanks to Facebook, fans of his work can actually befriend him and chat with him about his work. On December 10th, 2010 I decided to do a short interview with him and ask some questions I've wanted to know about the series. He answered back on Christmas Eve just a couple of weeks later.
JEPHAEL: Who was your favorite character to write?
DAVID: The Turtles, all four of 'em!
JEPHAEL: Where did the idea for the Neutrinos come from?
DAVID: A combination of story logic and personal taste. Dimension X is a place of constant war. Who would be the most likely to flee such a place? Kids who just wanna have fun. Plus, they are teenage outcasts, like the Turtles. Even by episode four (which is where they first appeared) the show had so many wacky science fiction elements that I thought it would be fun to make these kids a sort of 1950's juvenile delinquent sci-fi movie types. So I designed them to be kind of "Jetsons meet The Wild One".
JEPHAEL: Raphael's smart alecky persona in the cartoon was a major departure from his comic book counterpart's angsty behavior. Was that your idea or someone else's?
DAVID: I wrote the five-episode pilot working pretty much entirely from the first few issues of the comic. Never spoke to Eastman, Laird, or Playmates. My only supervision came from Fred Wolf. So of course I thought his personality up! Actually, I think it's incorrect to say that Raphael had an "angsty" personality. At that point, in the comics (April 1987) the Turtles had virtually no personality. I told Fred Wolf the first thing I wanted to do was to give them different characteristics, because there was nothing to differentiate one turtle from another in the comic, except the weapons they were holding. I created their characters very specifically to make them as different from one another as possible, just as the four Beatles or the four Marx Brothers are similar yet different personalities. I needed a leader, an expert in bushido (the Japanese way of the warrior) who was a straight-arrow; that became Leonardo. Because there would be a lot of sci-fi gadgetry in the show I needed a tech geek; that became Donatello's role. Because I intended to put a lot of humor in the series (these are TURTLES after all), I needed a wise-guy to bounce jokes off the serious stuff; that became Raphael. And I wanted the fourth character to really embody the fact that they were TEENAGERS; I decided on a surfer personality (like Sean Penn's character in Fast Times at Ridgemont High) and that became Michaelangelo.
JEPHAEL: Mona Lisa is a very popular character. Why did she only get to be in one episode?
DAVID: I don't know. Jack Mendelsohn story edited that episode. I had nothing to do with it.
JEPHAEL: I've always wanted to see the Turtles meet characters from other cartoons like Duck Tales or The Simpsons. Would you have done a cross-over story at some point?
DAVID: Something like that would NEVER happen. The rights issues could never be worked out. And I don't think it would work. I very specifically created a world where the Turtles could believably exist. Take them out of that world and plop them somewhere else and the premise would fall apart. That said, we DID do a couple of "crossover" shows with Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo. But he came into the Turtles' world, not the other way around.
JEPHAEL: How come in the episode where we meet Shredder's brother his name is Kazuo Saki, instead of Oroku Kazuo? Why not just have him be the cartoon version of Oroku Nagi?
DAVID: I had nothing to do with that episode either. Jack and I were splitting the story editing responsibilities, and that was one of his scripts.
JEPHAEL: If you could go back and rewrite anything in the series, what would you change?
DAVID: My contract, so that I got a percentage of the merchandising!
JEPHAEL: LOL!!! Thanks again, Mr. Wise!
BORN: October 24, 1930
|Rex One||voice of Liquidator/Bud Flud in Darkwing Duck and other various animated characters|
BORN: November 27, 1945
PERISHED: December 31, 2013
|Shredder/Oroku Saki + Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz in then form of Shredder|
replaced in 1994 by William E. Martin
|Uncle Phil in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air; guest starred as Officer Kennedy in That '70s Show; Zola in Charmed; and other various TV roles|
BORN: November 26, 1960
|substitute voice of Donatello and Bebop||voice of Fozzie and Scooter in Muppet Babies and other various roles|
BORN: November 6, 1957
|Leonardo, Rocksteady/Rhino Man, Metalhead's Leo personality, Mung + Overdrive|
NOTE: almost cast as Michaelangelo
|voice of Simba in Lion King sequels + Timon and Pumbaa; He-Man/Prince Adam in the 2002 remake of Masters of the Universe; Liquid Snake in the Metal Gear video game series and other various animated characters; reprised the role of Leonardo in the Coming Out of Their Shells singing tour; UK/BBC version of I Love the '80s - 1988 and Nickelodeon's CGI Ninja Turtle series|
son of Alyce King of the King Sisters and Robert Clarke
Cam's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 128
BORN: May 28, 1954
|Michaelangelo, Usagi Yojimbo (aka Miyamoto Usagi), The Rat King, Metalhead's Mikey personality, Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz in then form of Michelangelo, Screwloose, Muckman/Garson Grunge + Rahzar; substitute voice for Krang ('89), Splinter ('91), Vernon ('91) + Shredder ('93)|
NOTE: almost cast as Leonardo
|voice of The Tick; young Silvermane in Spider-Man: The Animated Series and other various animated characters; reprised the role of Michaelangelo in Cartoon All Stars to the Rescue, Nickelodeon's CGI Ninja Turtle series and the San Diego Comic Con short "Turtles Take Time and Space"|
Michele Ivey's interview with Townsend on Cowabunga Corner #61
Townsend's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 126
BORN: July 28, 1941
|Smash in the 1988 episode "Return of The Shredder"||voice of Optimus Prime in Transformers (multiple iterations); Bankjob Beagle in Duck Tales and other various animated characters|
BORN: November 3, 1952
|Genghis Frog, Leatherhead, Dirtbag, Professor Willard W. Willard, Tokka, Dirk Savage + Drakus; substitute voice for Shredder ('91)||voice of Winnie the Pooh + Tigger in various Winnie the Pooh shows and movies (as well as Cartoon All Stars to the Rescue); Tasmanian Devil in various Looney Tunes shows and movies; El Capitan in Duck Tales; Monterey Jack + Fat Cat in Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers; Don Karnage in Tale Spin; Darkwing/Drake Mallard, Herb Muddlefoot, Negaduck + Moliarty in Darkwing Duck (reprised the role of Darkwing in the 2017 reboot of Duck Tales); Pete in Goof Troop, A Goofy Movie + other Disney shows; Bonkers D. Bobcat + Lucky Piquel in Bonkers; Shocker + Man-Spider in Spider-Man: The Animated Series; Master of Games in Teen Titans; bit parts in the CGI film TMNT; Ray in The Princess and the Frog and other various animated characters|
Jim's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 17
Darkwing Duck: The Movie Kickstarter Project - parody video by Funny or Die!
BORN: June 19, 1946
|Irma, Gizzla, Buffy Shellhammer and Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz in then form of Irma||Dr. Rhoda Dendron in Darkwing Duck and other various roles|
BORN: February 18, 1949
|Krang, Baxter Stockman, Burne Thompson, Zak the Neutrino, Napoleon Bonafrog, Metalhead's Krang personality, Casey Jones, Slash, Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz in then form of Krang, Ray Fillet, Scumbug, Antrax, Titanus + Raptor||various roles|
Michele Ivey's interview with Pat on Cowabunga Corner #54
Pat's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 68
BORN: December 21, 1948
|Donatello/The Dark Turtle, Bebop/Mighty Hog, Metalhead's Donnie personality, Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz in then form of Bebop + various guest villians||sang "Nuttin' for Christmas" at age 7 in 1955; played Gary Rabinowitz in Archie Bunker's Place; guest starred as Gilbert Larwin in Three's Company; voice of the Nestle Quik Bunny; Dr. Fossil in Darkwing Duck; Razor/Jake Clawson in Swat Kats and other various TV roles; President of Screen Actors Guild from 1988 to 1995; ran for Congress in 1998; reprised the role of Donatello in Nickelodeon's CGI Ninja Turtle series|
Check out his site: Left Talk Radio
Michele Ivey's interview with Barry on Cowabunga Corner #127
|Elizabeth Guttman AKA "E.G. Daily"|
BORN: September 11, 1961
|Quarx in the 1993 episode "The Starchild"||known for several songs in classic 1980s films like Scarface and The Breakfast Club|
played Dottie in Pee-Wee's Big Adventure; voice of Tommy Pickles in Rugrats; Froggy in the live action movie The Little Rascals; Louie in Quack Pack; Buttercup in Powerpuff Girls; singing voice for Jake Harper in opening theme of Two and a Half Men and other various roles
Elizabeth's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 129
BORN: December 23, 1963
|Captain Zorax and Wolf Jaxon in the 1993 episode "Night of the Dark Turtle"||voice of Wakko Warner in Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain + Freakazoid!; Bus Beetle in A Bug's Life; Tim the Bear in The Cleveland Show and other various roles|
Jess's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 23
BORN: May 6, 1964
PERISHED: July 15, 1996
|Foster Fenwick in the 1992 episode "Too Hot to Handle"||voice of Buddy in Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears; Max in Goof Troop and other various TV roles|
BORN: February 1, 1957
|April O' Neil, Lotus Blossum + Metalhead's April personality||various roles|
Michele Ivey's interview with Renae on Cowabunga Corner #73
BORN: February 2, 1933
PERISHED: August 13, 2006
|MegaVolt + Lord Dregg||various roles|
BORN: June 20, 1951
|Kala, Tribble + Tempestra||voice of Chip and Gadget in Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers; Babs Bunny in Tiny Toon Adventures; Dolph, Agnes Skinner, Cat Lady + Nelson's mom in The Simpsons; Colin in The Simpsons Movie; Mom, Slurm Queen in Futurama; Dot Warner + Hello Nurse in Animaniacs and other various animated characters|
Tress's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 106
BORN: August 5, 1960
|Mondo Gecko||voice of Bobby Goodfeather in Animaniacs and other various animated characters|
|Pat Musick||Mona Lisa in the 1990 episode "Raphael Meets His Match"||voice of adult Little Suzy in Johnny Bravo and other various roles; mother of actress Mae Whitman|
Pat and Mae's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 76
|Nicholas Omana||Rasputin the Mad Frog + Walt (Zach's brother)||various roles|
BORN: March 11, 1956
|Raphael/The Green Defender, Zach the 5th Turtle, Metalhead's Raph personality, Mr. Ogg, Sgt. Sean O'Tharity, Howie Hardy, Dr. Sopho, Zenter, Ray, Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz, Joe Eyeball/Joe Junkey + Wingnut|
substituted in certain 1989 episodes and European Vacation season by Hal Rayle
replaced in 1996 by Michael Gough
|voice of Gusto in Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears; Gladstone Gander in the original Duck Tales; Fowlmouth, Arnold the Pit Bull + Banjo the Woodpile Possum in Tiny Toons; Steelbeak in Darkwing Duck; Throttle in Biker Mice From Mars; Yakko, Dr. Otto Scratchansniff + Pinky in Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain + Freakazoid!; P.J. in Goof Troop + A Goofy Movie; Hydro Man/Morrie Bench in Spider-Man: The Animated Series; Major Glory in Dexter's Laboratory + Powerpuff Girls; Buck Tuddrussel in Time Squad; Bucky McBadBat, Mark Chang + King Grippulon in Fairly OddParents; Carl in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius + Planet Sheen; Jack Fenton + Box Ghost in Danny Phantom; The Source in Teen Titans; Donatello in Nickelodeon's 2012 CGI Ninja Turtle series (also reprised the role of 1987 Raphael, which he previously did in the UK/BBC version of I Love the '80s - 1988); Snuffles/Snowball in Rick and Morty; and MANY other animated characters!|
tried out for the role of Philip J. Fry in Futurama
Voice Director for Rise of the TMNT (2018)
Rob's 80 minute interview on Pop My Culture WARNING: Foul Language
Michele Ivey's first interview with Rob on Cowabunga Corner News
Demo Reel Annoys Rob Paulsen - Outtakes
Michele Ivey's 45 minute interview with Rob on Cowabunga Corner #113
Rob's first special guest appearance on Black Nerd Comedy
Rob's second special guest appearance on Black Nerd Comedy
Rob's half hour interview on Nick Animation Podcast Episode 35
BORN: March 22, 1947
PERISHED: February 11, 2004
|Frip the Polarisoid in the 1992 episode "Welcome Back, Polarisoids"|
NOTE: Townsend Coleman originally played this character in the 1989 episode "Camera Bugged"
|voice of Goofy and Big Bad Wolf in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?; Geppetto in the video game Kingdom Hearts and other various roles|
BORN: June 14, 1954
BORN: June 19, 1948
|Dr. Jane Goodfellow in the 1990 episode "What's Michaelangelo Good For?"||Clair Hanks Huxtable in The Cosby Show + A Different World and other various TV roles|
BORN: June 9, 1935
|Master Splinter/Hamato Yoshi, General Traag, Vernon Fenwick, O.M.N.S.S., Big Louie, Don Tortelli, The Great Boldini, Mutagen Man/Seymour Gutz in then form of Vernon + Chrome Dome; substitute for Leatherhead ('93)||Derek Blunt in Darkwing Duck; reprised the role of Master Splinter in Coming Out of Their Shells singing tour and other various TV roles|
BORN: December 24, 1931
PERISHED: February 8, 1997
|Groundchuck||voice of Bomber Beagle and Ripcord McQuack in Duck Tales and other various TV roles|
BORN: April 4, 1964
|Jet McCabe in the 1995 episode "The Showdown"||Cousin Oliver in The Brady Bunch; voice of Michaelangelo in all three live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies as well as the fan film Casey Jones; other various TV and movie roles|
Michele Ivey's interview with Robbie on Cowabunga Corner #76
BORN: June 19, 1974
|Carter||voice of Hot Spot in Teen Titans and other various roles|
BORN: November 14, 1952
|Caitlyn in the 1989 episode "The Great Boldini"||Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Luanne van Houten, Miss Hoover + Sharry Bobbins in The Simpsons and other various roles|
|Special Live Appearance by Cam, Townsend, Barry, Peter, Renae and voice director Susan Blu on|
Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 56
Info on the voice actors came from:
Internet Movie Database
Behind The Voice Actors
The following is a timeline of the entire 4Kids animated series that ran from 2003 to 2009! The timeline was originally created by a fellow member of the Technodrome Forums (who wishes to remain anonymous), though I've made some modifications to it.
65,000,000 B.C. - Savanti Romero is banished to live amongst the dinosaurs, but soon causes enough trouble to get Renet involved, who brings the Turtles (circa 2005) along with her. They defeat Savanti but spend 3 months searching for the Time Scepter before they can return to their time.
300 A.D. - An evil demonic being known as The Shredder terrorizes Japan and Emperor Ojin sends an elite group of warriors called The Five Dragons to destroy him. Their greatest warrior, the original Oroku Saki, appears to kill the demon, but instead they fuse together.
After a reign of terror, Oroku Saki is defeated by what remains of The Five Dragons and is imprisoned for eternity.
1004 - A group of Utroms crashland on Earth and set up base in Japan.
An evil alien named Ch'rell takes up the identity of The Shredder, aka Oroku Saki and re-establishes the Foot Clan. Since they are being hunted, The Utroms recruit honorable warriors to serve as Guardians and protect them.
Ch'rell eventually uses a magical amulet known as The Heart of Tengu to mystically enslave The Demon Shredder's heralds and uses them as his own personal mystic warriors.
1406 - The Turtles and Renet appear in medieval Europe while trying to flee Lord Simultaneous, and end up battling Savanti Romero for the first time. Savanti is banished to live among the dinosaurs millions of years in the past. They also come across Drako and the Ultimate Ninja who've been merged together.
January 8, 1815 - American soldier John Bishop (in his original body) is abducted by aliens during The Battle of New Orleans. Although he goes through painful tests, his body is gifted with extremely advanced longevity. This sparks his hatred for aliens.
Early 1870's - President Ulysses S. Grant establishes the Earth Protection Force. Agent Bishop is placed in charge.
Summer 1947 - Agent Bishop acquires an alien space ship and a test subject in Roswell, New Mexico.
Mid 1950's - Hamato Yoshi is born.
Early 1960's - Yoshi and his friend Yukio Mashimi are taken in by The Ancient One who trains them to be warriors. As it turns out The Ancient One has an adopted daughter by the name Tang Shen who both young men fall in love with.
Mid 1970's - Tang Shen takes in Splinter as a pet. Yoshi and The Ancient One seek the Ninja Tribunal's aide in battling Utrom Shredder. They refuse, since he is merely an imposter of the original demon Shredder. Mashimi betrays Yoshi and the Utroms by murdering Tang Shen and revealing the Utroms' hidden base and many secrets. Yoshi kills Mashimi in a final duel. The Utroms are forced to flee to New York after being attacked by The Foot.
Utrom Shredder adopts Karai around this time.
1978 - Arnold Casey Jones is born.
1980 - April O' Neil is born.
1986 - Purple Dragons burn down the Jones Family's store. Casey's father is killed by Hun.
1988 - Hamato Yoshi is tracked down and killed by Utrom Shredder.
Splinter and the Turtles are doused in mutagen after an accident involving a TCRI truck.
18 year old Donatello appears from a time warp along with his Master Splinter who witness the accident before sending a note to Michelangelo and Raphael in the distant future ala the mail service.
1989 - Present day Splinter takes the Baby Mutant Turtles to Japan to visit The Ancient One and spread Master Yoshi's ashes.
1990 - Serling accidentally appears through a time portal and is claimed by the Turtles as their new toy since he's been shrunken down to mere inches. He eventually returns to 2007.
1991 - Splinter begins training the Turtles in the art of ninjitsu.
1994 - The Turtles meet a boy named Arnie (actually Casey Jones) and proceed to train him so he can deal with neighborhood bullies. Michelangelo inadvertently leads him to coin his battlecry: "Goongala!"
Splinter teaches Leonardo to overcome his fear of heights. Leonardo and Raphael fight a giant albino crocodile.
2001 - Splinter wins The Battle Nexus tournament. He is later ambushed by his opponent Drako but is saved by Miyamoto Usagi.
2003 - The Turtles turn 15.
The Turtles are forced from their home by mouser robots and their feud with the Foot Clan begins. They meet long-time friends April O' Neil and Casey Jones.
The Turtles confront Utrom Shredder for the first time. They are outmatched and get split up during the skirmish, but face him again later that night. He is defeated by Splinter, but survives.
18 year old Leonardo and Cody Jones appear through a time warp and momentarily face Utrom Shredder. Luckily, Leo's electronic katanas from 2105 prove to be very useful against his arch nemesis!
Michelangelo becomes Turtle Titan and teams up with his hero Silver Sentry.
The Turtles come across an underground cavern overrun by monsters created by the Foot Clan. As it turns out these monsters are really human beings. The soul surviving member of a long forgotten race returns the monsters to their original form with the help of a crystal moon, but as it turns out this creature has sinister plans up his sleeve.
Donatello comes across Kirby, a brilliant artist who discovers a magic crystal that has the power to bring drawings to life. After a brief adventure, Kirby is left behind in a fantasy world, never heard from again.
After a brief trip to 2105, Utrom Shredder and the Foot Clan attack the present day Turtles full-force, destroying April's home in the process. The TMNT flee NYC with April and Casey, all believed dead by the Foot Clan.
2004 - The Turtles Return to New York after spending the winter hiding in Massachusetts. Leonardo decapitates Utrom Shredder with the Sword of Tengu and Donatello disables most of the remaining equipment in the Foot Clan's tower. Master Splinter goes missing after being injured in the battle.
The Turtles infiltrate the TCRI building looking for Splinter. They are accidentally transported across the galaxy and meet the Fugitoid (aka Professor Honeycutt), who is on the run from The Federation and Triceraton Republic due to his plans to invent a Teleportal device.
The Turtles and Fugitoid eventually return to Earth after evading the warring aliens. The Utroms' leader Mortu explains their history to the Turtles, but the TCRI building is attacked by Utrom Shredder. The Utroms flee to their homeworld and the Shredder (whose true identity is revealed to the TMNT) is left in the imploding building, after which he is presumed dead.
Leonardo faces the Ultimate Ninja for the first time.
The Turtles Turn 16.
With Utrom Shredder gone, the city's gangs are at war. Karai, head of the Japanese Foot and daughter of Utrom Shredder, allies herself with the Turtles to put an end to the chaos. A truce is made between the Foot and the TMNT.
Utrom Shredder once again emerges and breaks the truce, putting Karai at conflict between her honor and her duty.
The Turtles team up with the original Justice Force to help stop a former allie from wreaking havoc.
The Turtles follow Splinter to the Battle Nexus, in which they compete against dozens of combatants. Amongst these fighters is Usagi and his companion Gen, as well as Traximus from the Triceratons. When Leonardo is injured during the first match, Usagi and Donatello hunt down the people responsible for the attack. As it turns out the Ultimate Ninja and Drako are behind it. During a fight over the Daimyo's mystical war staff, Drako and the Ultimate Ninja (the Daimyo's son) are sucked through a vortex and disappear to points unknown. Michelangelo wins the Battle Nexus Championship after a controversial victory over Kluh from planet Levram.
TRIVIA: Kluh and Levram are Hulk and Marvel spelled backwards.
The Triceratons invade Earth in search of the Fugitoid. The Turtles encounter Agent Bishop for the first time. The Fugitoid cripples both the Triceraton Republic and The Federation by uploading a virus into their systems. Traximus overthrows the current Triceraton regime and brings peace between them and the Federation. Sadly the virus causes Professor Honeycutt's mind to be wiped clean from the robot's circuits.
Michelangelo adopts a kitty cat he names Klunk at Christmas time.
2005 - The Turtles turn 17.
Karai continues to serve Utrom Shredder but at the same time she asks the Turtles to help her keep any innocent people from perishing in his quest for world domination.
The Turtles meet Renet, a time apprentice from the 79th Level of Null-Time who attempts to escape the wrath of her boss Lord Simultaneous.
Shortly after their encounter with Renet, Ultimate Drako appears in the lair and banishes the Turtles across time and space. Michelangelo ends up in an alternate reality where he and his brothers are super heroes. Raphael finds himself on a hostile alien planet where the Planet Racers are having a charity event, which he quickly gets involved in. Donatello is sent 30 years into the future, though unfortunately it's a future in which Utrom Shredder rules the world. Leonardo finds himself in his friend Usagi's homeworld. Leo helps Usagi rescue his allies from an evil warlord. In return Usagi helps Leo travel to the Battle Nexus where they rescue Master Splinter and the other Turtles, as well as finish off Ultimate Drako once and for all. Lord Simultaneous uses the time scepter to resurrect the Daimyo's son as a child.
Utrom Shredder builds a star-ship from salvaged Triceraton technology, the Turtles nearly die trying to stop him, but they are saved at the last second by the Utroms. He is found guilty by the Utroms and is sentenced to life on Mor Gal Tal, an icy space asteroid. Karai vows vengeance on the Turtles.
The Turtles and Splinter recover from their battle in Northampton, Massachusetts. They eventually go back to New York fully healed, but Leonardo can't get over his failure.
Splinter sends Leonardo to Japan to seek the Ancient One after realizing that there's nothing more he can do for his troubled son.
2006 - Karai assumes the mantle of The Shredder. She attacks and destroys the Turtle's home, while Leonardo is in Japan training with The Ancient One. Leonardo returns and finds a new home for his family.
The Turtles battle a mutant outbreak caused by Agent Bishop. Donatello is unknowingly infected and mutates further some time later.
The Turtles rescue a mutated Donatello by retrieving the Heart of Tengu for Bishop, who is tricked into destroying it, thus releasing The Demon Shredder's Heralds, aka the Foot Mystics.
The Turtles train with 4 other acolytes under the Ninja Tribunal and eventually battle the resurrected Demon Shredder. The spirit of Hamato Yoshi destroys him for good. Karai lets go of her vendetta against the Turtles. Around this time the Turtles turn 18.
The Turtles and Splinter are zapped through a time warp and sent a century into the future.
2007 - The Turtles return home from the future and spend months battling the new Cyber Shredder and recovering Splinter's data bits, which are scattered across the internet.
The Turtles turn 20.
2008 - April and Casey are married.
The Turtles turn 21.
2009 - The Turtles meet and team up with their classic counterparts from both the original 1987 cartoon and the Mirage comics to prevent Utrom Shredder from destroying the multi-verse.
The Turtles turn 22.
2012 - Utrom Shredder, Demon Shredder and Cyber Shredder all somehow return and have a battle royale to see who's the most badass of all!
2055 - Bishop and Stockman's alien lab is destroyed by accident, but Bishop is rescued by one of his alien prisoners. Although Stockman is left for dead, Bishop goes on to change his ways and become founder and president of the Pan Galactic Alliance.
2090 - April and Casey's great-grandson Cody Jones is born.
2105 - The Turtles and Splinter (circa 2006) appear in the future and meet April and Casey's great-grandson Cody Jones, as well as his robot companion Serling. They battle many new enemies, mainly an alien known as Sh'oKanabo, as well as Cody's uncle Darius Dunn, and discover that Bishop is now a world leader who fights for peace and harmony.
The Turtles turn 19 while in the future and ascend to the ninja rank of Chunin.
Bishop helps the Turtles, Splinter and Cody kill Sh'oKanabo, ending any threat of the Day of Awakening for good!
2106 - Cody sends the Turtles back to their time, however a malfunction caused by Viral results in Serling being sent back with them.
Some time later Cody gets the Time Window working again and brings Serling back home (offscreen).
BORN: February 25, 1971
|Raphael/Red Stripe||Mikey Walsh in The Goonies; Daniel Ruettiger in Rudy; Dave Morgan in Encino Man; Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings trilogy; Carl in Unleashed; Bob Newby in Stranger Things; and many other various TV and movie roles|
biological son of late actress Patty Duke and adopted son of actor John Astin
BORN: December 24, 1966
|Bigfoot||Oswald Lee Harvey in The Drew Carey Show; Jethro and Jethrine Bodine in The Beverly Hillbillies (film version); Lawrence in Office Space; Rex in Napoleon Dynamite; voice of Batman/Bruce Wayne + Kilowog in Batman: Brave and the Bold; also played Batman in JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time; guest starred in Quantum Leap; The Simpsons and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: November 3, 1952
|Kraang Prime (seasons 1 + 2)||starred as Roseanne Conner in Roseanne; herself in Roseanne's Nuts; guest hosted Saturday Night Live; sang star spangled banner (off key) in 1990; voice of Julie in Look Who's Talking Too; herself in Futurama and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: December 7, 1979
|Tiger Claw/Takeshi, Hun, Fulchi Twins, The Hammer + Ninja Commander||voice of Marvin the Martian in The Looney Tunes Show; Donatello in the short San Diego Comic Con short "Don vs. Raph"; Leonardo in the San Diego Comic Con short "Turtles Take Time and Space"; Master Splinter in Rise of the TMNT (2018); and other various roles|
BORN: October 2, 1962
|Screwloose||voice of Johnny Bravo; Killer Moth in The Batman; Shocker in Spectacular Spider-Man; and other various roles|
|Ted Biaselli||Scumbug||various roles|
BORN: May 12, 1978
|Leonardo (seasons 1 + most of 2) + Rat Man Freak||Jim Levenstein in the American Pie films (Yes, he's the one who humped a pastry! Lets grow up, people!); Paul in Loser; Darren in Saving Silverman; Ben Parr in Mad Love and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: August 30, 1948
|Spider Bytes/Vic||stand-up comedian; made several appearances in The Daily Show with Jon Stewart; hosted a couple Comedy Central shows; played Eddie Langston in Man of the Year; guest starred as Dr. Crawley in The Big Bang Theory; voice of Anger in Inside Out and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: June 30, 1970
|Captain Ryan, Captain Dash Coolstar, Crognard the Barbarian, Muurg, Don Vizioso + "Evil" Captain Ryan||various roles|
BORN: April 28, 1960
|Speed Demon||Rhino in Spider-Man 3 (video game); Heat Wave + Captain Cold in Batman: Brave and the Bold; Green Goblin, Chameleon, Dilbert Trilby, Blackie Gaxton, Seymour O'Reilly + Gargoyle in Spectacular Spider-Man and other voice over roles|
BORN: January 5, 1959
|Dog Pound/Rahzar/Chris Bradford||Kurgan in Highlander; voice of Lex Luthor in Superman: The Animated Series, The New Batman/Superman Adventures, Justice League / Justice League Unlimited, The Batman + Superman/Batman: Public Enemies; Mr. Krabs in Spongebob Squarepants; Trident in Teen Titans; Captain George Stacy, Ox + Rhino/Alex O' Hirn in Spectacular Spider-Man; Parallax in Green Lantern (live action film) and many other various TV and movie roles|
TRIVIA: In the Justice League Unlimited episode "The Great Brain Robbery" The Flash/Wally West and Lex Luthor switched bodies, so Clancy traded roles with Michael Rosenbaum who was ordinarily the voice of The Flash. Not coincidentally, Michael Rosenbaum is also well known for having played a young adult version of Lex Luthor on the hit WB/CW television series Smallville!
Clancy's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 93
|A. J. Buckley|
BORN: February 9, 1978
|Pigeon Pete||various roles|
BORN: January 28, 1972
|Kraang Prime (season 3)||various roles|
|Dominic Catrambone||Leonardo (season 2 replacement; also voiced Leo in the video game based on this series)||various roles|
BORN: January 4, 1980
|Michelangelo/Turflytle/Holy Chalupa + Lil' Rineo||guest starred as Jamey Barton in Ghost Whisperer; himself in Roseanne's Nuts; voice of Beast Boy/Garfield Logan in Teen Titans, New Teen Titans, Teen Titans Go! + DC Super Hero Girls; Kevin Levin in Ben 10: Alien Force; alternate versions of Michelangelo in the San Diego Comic Con 2016 short "Turtles Take Time and Space" and the 2017 Summer Short "Teenage Mecha Ninja Turtles"; and many other various TV and movie roles|
Michele Ivey's interview with Greg on Cowabunga Corner News
Greg's special guest appearance on Black Nerd Comedy
My encounter with Greg during his panel at Philly Comics and Cosplay,
as documented in OughtRick Productions Episode 1
BORN: November 6, 1957
|1987 Leonardo and 1987 Rocksteady||SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
BORN: May 28, 1954
NOTE: mistakenly credited as 1987 Donatello in "Wormquake", though corrected in the 2 part release version titled "The Manhattan Project"
|SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
BORN: September 9, 1954
|Rat King/Dr. Victor Falco||Dr. Herbert West in the Re-Animator trilogy; Special Agent Milton Dammers in The Frighteners; voice of Scarecrow/Jonathan Crane in The New Batman Adventures; Question/Vic Sage in Justice League Unlimited and many other various TV and movie roles|
Jeffrey's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 131
BORN: December 16, 1947
|Dr. Mindstrong||various roles|
BORN: June 4, 1956
|Sal Commander/G'Throkka||Charlie in There's Something About Mary; voice of Atlas in Teen Titans; L. Thompson Lincoln/Tombstone in Spectacular Spider-Man; Doctor Facilier/The Shadow Man in The Princess and the Frog and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: January 1, 1983
BORN: April 11, 1968
|Vulko||has appeared in such movies and TV shows as G.I. Jane; Get Smart (film version starring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway); Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull; Family Guy; How I Met Your Mother; 2 Broke Girls; voice of Sandman in the video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions; and other various roles|
BORN: June 10, 1980
|Mira||voice of Lexi Bunny in Loonatics Unleashed; Lynn and Lucy Loud in The Loud House; and many other various TV and movie roles; daughter of actor Bobby Di Cicco|
BORN: September 4, 1968
|Pizza Face/Antonio + Zeno||voice of Bender, Flexo, Yancy Fry Sr. + Robot Santa Clause in Futurama; Brother Blood in Teen Titans + Teen Titans Go!; Sandman/Flint Marko + Hammerhead in Spectacular Spider-Man; Aquaman/Arthur Curry, Mr. Freeze/Victor Fries, Toyman/Winslow Schott in Batman: Brave and the Bold; also played Toyman/Winslow Schott in Superman: Doomsday; Pinecone Jinn in Epic; Rhino in Spider-Man 2 (video game) and many other various TV and movie roles|
John's first guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 47
John's second guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 94
BORN: December 9, 1952
|Mozar||Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation; Rick in Ted 2 (in which he dressed as Worf for New York Comic Con); voiced Red Strike in special Cartoon Network cross-over episode of OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes; many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: May 30, 1962
|Ice Cream Kitty||co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; editor and publisher of Heavy Metal; founder of the Words & Pictures Museum|
Michele Ivey's interview with Kevin on Cowabunga Corner News
Michele Ivey's interview with Kevin continued on Cowabunga Corner #79
Kevin's special guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 120
BORN: June 6, 1947
|Dire Beaver + Dread Beaver||Played the iconic Freddy Krueger character in several Nightmare on Elm Street films, as well as the Friday the 13th cross-over film Freddy vs. Jason; has made guest appearances in Charlie's Angels; MacGuyver; Knight Rider; Sliders; Married with Children; voice of The Riddler/Edward Nygma in The Batman; Felix Faust in Justice League; Vulture/Adrian Toomes in Spectacular Spider-Man and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: July 16, 1971
|Slash/Spike||Tommy Jarvis in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter + Friday the 13th: A New Beginning; Clark 'Mouth' Devereaux in The Goonies; Teddy Duchamp in Stand By Me; Edgar Frog in the Lost Boys film series; Ricky Butler in The 'Burbs; Katy Perry's father in the music video for "Last Friday Night"; voice of Donatello in the original live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film and the third movie; himself in an episode of Robot Chicken; many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: July 13, 1941
|Jack J. Kurtzman||Colonel Parington in Me, Myself & Irene; Roger Wixon in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: February 18, 1949
NOTE: 80s Casey Jones made a brief non-speaking appearance during the season 2 episode special "Wormquake" aka "The Manhattan Project", however despite the fact Mr. Fraley was there to reprise the role he's more well known for, he never got the chance to play his version of the hockey mask vigilante or any other role he did in the original cartoon.
|SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
BORN: December 21, 1948
|1987 Donatello and 1987 Bebop|
NOTE: mistakenly credited as 1987 Michelangelo in "Wormquake", though corrected in the 2 part release version titled "The Manhattan Project"
|SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
BORN: February 28, 1955
|Kraang Sub-Prime/Utrom Knight||famous comedian; Sidney Bernstein in Beverly Hills Cop 2; Joey in Look Who's Talking Too; Mr. Peabody in Problem Child  + 2 ; guest starred as himself in Married with Children; cameoed as Abraham Lincoln in A Million Ways to Die in the West; voice of Iago in Aladdin and all spin-off films and other Disney productions; Mr Mxyzptlk in Superman: The Animated Series; Mr. Greenway in the animated special Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: May 12, 1978
BORN: February 8, 1974
|Leonardo/Maximus Kong (seasons 3 through 5), Captain Reptile + Evil Ninja Commander||Daniel "Oz" Osbourne in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series); Scott Evil in the Austin Powers trilogy; Mick in Idle Hands; Kenny Fisher in Can't Hardly Wait; Jimmy Bender in Greg the Bunny; Ezekiel in Sex Drive; himself in Warren the Ape; voice of Chris Griffin in Family Guy (guest starred as that role in The Cleveland Show); creator and executive producer of Robot Chicken; guest starred in The Wonder Years; That 70s Show; Will & Grace; American Dad!; How I Met Your Mother; SuperMansion and many other various TV and movie roles|
Seth's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 123
BORN: November 10, 1956
|Hattori Tatsu||various roles and voice over work in shows such as Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, How I Met Your Mother, My Name is Earl + Shameless|
BORN: September 25, 1951
|Kavaxas/Hot Head||Famous for playing Luke Skywalker in the ever popular Star Wars franchise; also legendary voice of The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League and other Batman related features; Trickster in both television incarnations of The Flash, as well as an episode of Justice League Unlimited; Cocknocker in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back; Walter Hobbs in the animated special Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas; guest starred in The Muppet Show; The Simpsons; Family Guy; The Cleveland Show and many other various TV and movie roles|
Mark's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 113
BORN: October 26, 1977
NOTE: based heavily on his character Napoleon Dynamite
|also played Darryl in Just like Heaven; Clark Reedy in The Benchwarmers; Jimmy MacElroy in Blades of Glory; Reginald "Skull" Skulinski in Monster House; guest starred in How I Met Your Mother and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: May 5, 1940
|Zog||various TV and movie roles|
BORN: February 22, 1929
NOTE: based heavily on his character David Lo Pan from Big Trouble in Little China
|also played Jeff Wong in Wayne's World 2; Nick's avatar in R.I.P.D.; voice of Professor Chang in Teen Titans; Po in SuperMansion; guest starred in I Dream of Jeanie; All in the Family; Wonder Woman; Charlie's Angels; The Dukes of Hazzard; The Drew Carey Show; Charmed; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: February 13, 1968
|Oroku Karai/Hamato Miwa||Miss Teen USA 1985 and Miss Hawaii USA 1993; played Ro-May in Surf Ninjas; voice of Sha Shan Nguyen in Spectacular Spider-Man; Chesire/Jade Nguyen + Huntress/Paula Crock in Young Justice; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: February 12, 1950
|Emperor Zanramon||Lt. Cmdr. Richard "Jester" Heatherly in Top Gun; General Katana in Highlander 2: The Quickening; Lt. Jean Rasczak in Starship Troopers; General Sam Lane in Smallville; voice of Darkseid in Superman: The Animated Series, Justice League + Justice League Unlimited and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: November 2, 1980
|Akemi||took over the role of Karai in the 2016 Michael Bay film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows; has appeared in such shows as Felicity; Charmed; Supernatural; and other various film roles|
BORN: July 7, 1968
BORN: February 1, 1957
|Mrs. O' Neil/Mom Thing|
NOTE: 80s April O' Neil made a brief non-speaking appearance during the season 2 episode special "Wormquake" aka "The Manhattan Project", however Ms. Jacobs never even got the chance to come back to reprise that role or any other role she did in the original cartoon.
|SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
BORN: August 9, 1983
|Renet||Chrissy Seaver in Growing Pains; Shannon Dwyer in Nine Months; Alexandra 'Alex' Marshall in What Women Want; waitress Beth in Marvel's The Avengers; voice of Terra in Teen Titans + Teen Titans Go! and many other various TV and movie roles|
|John Kassir||Dark Beaver + Dave Beaver||famous for providing the voice of The Crypt-Keeper in Tales from the Crypt; Buster Bunny in season 3 of Tiny Toon Adventures and other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: July 13, 1962
|Dr. Tyler Rockwell (season 3 - present) + Malfidor||voice of Heffer Wolfe in Rocko's Modern Life; Spongebob Squarepants, Gary the Snail, Dirty Bubble, Patchy the Pirate (live action character) + french narrator (unseen) in Spongebob Squarepants; Yancy Fry Jr. in Futurama; Mayor of Townsville + Val Hallen in Dexter's Laboratory + Powerpuff Girls; Eduardo in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends; Mumbo + additional voices in Teen Titans, New Teen Titans + Teen Titans Go!; Plastic Man + Mirror Master in Batman: Brave and the Bold; Iron Man, Captain America, Colossus, Juggernaut, MODOK, Fandral, Sentinels + Space Phantoms in Super Hero Squad; Rabbit in the 2011 film version of Winnie the Pooh and many other various TV and movie roles; married to actress Jill Talley|
Tom's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 96
BORN: March 20, 1970
|Fong + Sid||various roles|
|Evan Kishiyama||Kintaro/Pugtaro||various roles|
BORN: March 30, 1958
|Attila the Frog + Rasputin the Mad Frog|
NOTE: Maurice channels his inner Marlon Brando when voicing Atilla
|voice of Egon Spengler in The Real Ghostbusters + Extreme Ghostbusters.; George Wilson + Henry Mitchell in Dennis the Menace (1986 animated series); Dizzy Devil in Tiny Toons, Yosemite Sam in various Looney Tunes shows and movies; The Brain in Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain + Freakazoid! (also provided Wakko's burps); Kif Kroker, Morbo, Calculon, Lrrr + others in Futurama; Root Beer Tapper in Wreck-It Ralph; King of Arendelle in Frozen; Mr. Big in Zootopia; impersonated Orson Welles on several occasions; and many other various TV and movie roles|
Maurice's first guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 7
Maurice's second guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 45
Maurice's third guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 104
BORN: January 24, 1967
|Baxter Stockman/Stockman-Fly||original cast member on Mad TV; voice of Hermes + Dwight Conrad in Futurama; Ollie Williams in Family Guy; Green Lantern/John Stewart + Static/Virgil Ovid Hawkins in Justice League, Justice League Unlimited + Static Shock; Hector Con Carne in Grim & Evil + Evil Con Carne; Samurai Jack; Wilt in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends; Robbie and Randy Robertson + Fancy Dan/Richochet in Spectacular Spider-Man; bit parts in the CGI film TMNT; Aquaman/Arthur Curry + Dubbilex in Young Justice and many other various TV and movie roles|
Phil's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 36
BORN: May 1, 1977
|Fish Face/Xever Montes/Mr. X||various roles|
Christian's special guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 136
BORN: March 29, 1968
|Hiidrala||title star of Xena: Warrior Princess (played same character in cross-over specials with Kevin Sorbo's Hercules); cameo in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man (2002 film); Isabelle Hartley in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.; voice of Wonder Woman in Justice League: The New Frontier; guest starred as herself in The Simpsons and many other various TV and movie roles|
|Master Splinter/Hamato Yoshi + Master Hamato Yuuta||various roles|
BORN: January 16, 1962
BORN: September 24, 1981
|Miyamoto Usagi||various roles|
BORN: January 4, 1961
|Savanti Romero||Fergus McDuck in 2017 reboot of Duck Tales; various roles|
BORN: February 12, 1971
|Mr. Crankshaw, Dr. Blip, Spooch, Mr. Crankshaw Jr., "Evil" Mr. Crankshaw Jr. + Mr. Gigabyte||Duane in Full House + Fuller House; voice of Red Herring in A Pup Named Scooby Doo; Freddy Flintstone in The Flintstone Kids; Slightly in Peter Pan and the Pirates; Robin/Red X/Knightwing/Dick Grayson + Second Red X in Teen Titans, New Teen Titans + Teen Titans Go!; Donatello in the San Diego Comic Con short "Turtles Take Time and Space" and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: September 10, 1959
|Carlos Chiang O'Brien Gambe, Megalord + General Griffen||various roles; son of Happy Days star Marion Ross|
Jim's first guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 22
Jim's second guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 34
Jim's third guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 98
BORN: March 31, 1980
|Irma Langinstein + Utrom Rook||Oates in the comedy-folk duo Garfunkel and Oates; guest starred as Stephanie Gooch in Scrubs; Lucy in The Big Bang Theory; and Shelley in Raising Hope; voice of Jovie in the animated special Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas; Emma in Unleashed; Webby in the 2017 remake of Duck Tales; and many other various TV and movie roles|
|Grant Moninger||Muckman/Garson Grunge, Joe Eyeball, Pharaoh + Dr. Victor Frankenstein + Frankenstein's Monster||various roles|
BORN: September 18, 1955
|Reptilicous||hardcore punk rock personality|
BORN: November 11, 1951
BORN: July 12, 1959
PERISHED: April 12, 2017
|Belly Bomb/Vrax Belebome||writer/actor on Comedy Central sketch comedy Chapelle's Show; older brother of comedic actor Eddie Murphy; various TV and movie roles|
BORN: May 30, 1973
|Tang Shen + Alopex||Karai in the 2014 Michael Bay film adaptation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and other various TV and movie roles|
Minae's special guest appearance on Black Nerd Comedy
BORN: November 1, 1964
|Wingnut||Cosmo, Jorgen Von Strangle, Mr. Turner, Anti-Cosmo and others in Fairly OddParents; J. Jonah Jameson, John Jameson + Colonel Jupiter in Spectacular Spider-Man and many other various TV and movie roles|
Daran's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 82
BORN: October 31, 1970
|The Kraang, Garson Grunge (seasons 1 + 2), Commander Grundch, Lunk, Graah, Utrom Bishop, Utrom Pawn, General R'Kavaka, Utrom + Utrom||voice of Raphael in the CGI film TMNT; Superboy/Conner Kent, Superman/Clark Kent/Kal-El, Match, Zatara, Marvin White + Clayface in Young Justice; Leonardo, Splinter and Shredder in the IDW inspired video game Mutants in Manhattan; and other various roles|
Nolan's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 38
BORN: April 26, 1979
|Verminator Rex||various roles|
BORN: March 11, 1956
|Donatello/Metalhead/Speed Demon-Don hybrid/Don-Bot, 1987 Raphael, Sumo Glen + Micro Chip||SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
BORN: November 10, 1986
|Casey Jones + Skele-Lord|
NOTE: almost cast as Leonardo
|Josh Nichols in Drake & Josh; various characters in The Amanda Show; Gerald E. Kingsley in Grandfathered; voice of Eddie in the Ice Age film series; cameos/guest appearances in Victorious, iCarly, Family Guy, Codename: Kids Next Door, The Big Bang Theory and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: April 13, 1950
|Armaggon||Vincent in 1987 Beauty and the Beast TV series; Hellboy in the Hellboy movies; voice of Clayface/Matt Hagen in Batman: The Animated Series; Slade in Teen Titans + New Teen Titans; Orion in Justice League + Justice League Unlimited; Mr. Lancer in Danny Phantom; Xibalba in The Book of Life; Blazar in SuperMansion; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: September 17, 1951
|Mrs. Campbell + Utrom Queen||horror hostess Elvira - Mistress of the Dark and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: April 8, 1956
|Lord Simultaneous + Overmind||various roles|
BORN: August 27, 1952
|Sir Malachi/Martin Milton||Children's entertainer Pee Wee Herman; Penguin's father in Batman Returns; The Spleen in Mystery Men; Derek Foreal in Blow; guest appearances in Mork & Mindy, Everybody Loves Raymond, Ally McBeal, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and many other various TV and movie roles|
|Kevin Michael Richardson|
BORN: October 25, 1964
|Shredder/Oroku Saki/Super Shredder, General Unsura, Genghis Frog, Shredder Mutants, Master C, Fake Master, Ancient Aeon, Commander Zoran, Destroyo, 80s Shredder||voice of Mammoth, Trigon + See-More in Teen Titans + Teen Titans Go!; King Neptune in Spongebob Squarepants; General Aguila in the CGI film TMNT; Joker in The Batman; Tombstone in Spectacular Spider-Man; Black Manta, Lex Luthor, Monsieur Mallah + Mr. Mxyzptlk in Batman: Brave and the Bold; Robbie Robertson in Ultimate Spider-Man; Cleveland Brown, Jr. + Lester Krinklesac in The Cleveland Show; Martian Manhunter/J'onn J'onzz, Green Lantern/John Stewart, Dr. Fate/Nabu, Bruno "Ugly" Mannheim + Otis in Young Justice and many other various TV roles|
Kevin's first guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 35
Kevin's second guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 112
BORN: April 4, 1964
|Mondo Gecko/Jason||SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
|Christopher Sarandon Jr.|
BORN: July 24, 1942
|Count Dracula||best known for the role of Prince Humperdinck in The Princess Bride; speaking voice for Jack Skullington in The Nightmare Before Christmas; Detective Mike Norris in the Child's Play + Curse of Chucky; Necromancer|
Armand in Charmed; and many other various TV and movie roles
ex-husband of actress Susan Sarandon; current husband of actress Joanna Gleason (that's Hollywood marriages for ya, LOL)
BORN: November 24, 1947
BORN: July 31, 1943
|Mr. Murakami||Lord Norinaga in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3; voice of Mr. Sparkle in The Simpsons and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: December 24, 1970
|Kirby O'Neil||various roles|
|Roger Craig Smith|
BORN: August 11, 1975
|The Pulverizer/Mutagen Man/Timothy||Sonic the Hedgehog in Sonic Free Riders + Wreck-It Ralph; other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: December 16, 1966
|Bebop/Anton Zech||Reuben in Mr. Deeds; Ray in The Millers; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: August 27, 1953
|Lord Vringath Dregg||various roles|
BORN: September 27, 1950
|Sumo Kuma||has appeared in many movies and TV shows such as Big Trouble in Little China; Twins; Mortal Kombat: Annihilation; Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; played Roshi in the 2005 film version of Elektra; voice of Brushogun in Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo|
BORN: June 15, 1967
|Rocksteady/Ivan Steranko, Fungus Humungous + Skullface McGillin||voiced Hulk/Bruce Banner in several different Marvel/Disney cartoons; Slade Wilson in Young Justice; reprised role of Rocksteady and also voiced Slash in the IDW inspired video game Mutants in Manhattan; other animated characters!|
Fred's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 62
BORN: April 18, 1971
|Fugitoid/Professor Zayton Honeycutt||Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who; Barty Crouch, Jr in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; voice of Scrooge McDuck in the 2017 remake of Duck Tales; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: May 16, 1944
BORN: July 15, 1951
|The Finger||professional wrestler; Mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota (1991 - 1995); various TV and movie roles|
BORN: July 13, 1977
|Joan Grody||various roles|
Kari's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 66
BORN: March 12, 1946
|Dr. Tyler Rockwell (season 1)||voice of Fred Jones in all animated incarnations of Scooby Doo (occasionally the voice of Scooby Doo); Brain + Dr. Claw in Inspector Gadget; Ray Stantz + Slimer in The Real Ghostbusters; Kermit the Frog, Beaker + Skeeter in Muppet Babies; Santa's Little Helper in The Simpsons; Tokka + Rahzar in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze; Archie the spider, Eek + Squeak in Darkwing Duck; Mr. Plotz, Runt, Ralph the Guard + Buttons in Animaniacs; Abu in Aladdin; Boskov the Bear in Grim & Evil + Evil Con Carne; Goddard in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius; Nibbler in Futurama; and MANY other animated characters!|
BORN: June 9, 1988
|April O' Neil/Za-Naron, April Derp, Princess, Wizardess, Valaxina + Felicia||Maggie in One Fine Day; Bernice in Hope Floats; Roxy Richter in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World; Mary Elizabeth in The Perks of Being a Wallflower; Amber Holt in Parenthood; Bianca Piper in The Duff; voice of young Lois Lane in Superman: The Animated Series; young Little Suzy in Johnny Bravo; Tinkerbell; Batgirl/Barbara Gordon in Batman: Brave and the Bold; Wonder Girl/Cassie Sandsmark in Young Justice and many other various TV and movie roles|
daughter of voice actress Pat Musick
BORN: July 31, 1989
|Mona Lisa/Y'Gythgba||various TV and movie roles; daughter of the late Robin Williams|
BORN: July 10, 1977
|Shinigami||various TV and movie roles|
BORN: September 6, 1947
|Jei||has appeared in many movies and TV shows such as Private Benjamin; Surf Ninjas; The Brady Bunch (1995 film adaptation); Jack; Dr. Doolittle 2; Curb Your Enthusiasm; voice of Commander Uehara Daizo in Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo|
|Special Live Appearance by Sean, Jason, Greg, Kevin, Mae and executive producer/creator Ciro Nieli on|
Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 71
Sean and Nolan's guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 105
Info on the voice actors came from:
Internet Movie Database
Behind The Voice Actors
BORN: December 7, 1979
|Master Splinter, President Pepperoni, Sergeant Woodpecker Mascot Mutant + Señor Hueso||SEE 2012 VOICE CAST|
BORN: October 1, 1984
|Donatello||Dale in The Big Bang Theory; Luke in Unleashed; David in Baked in Brooklyn (lucky stud got to hook up with Alexandra Daddario in that one); voice of Mark Beaks in 2017 reboot of Duck Tales; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: April 23, 1977
|Baron Draxum||American professional wrestler, actor, rapper, and media personality; portrayed himself and Mr. Figglehorn in YouTube sensation-turned-Nickelodeon-show Fred; cameo as Roger in Daddy's Home, and reprised the role in the Christmas themed sequel; voiced himself in the animated movie Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery and a caveman version of himself in The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown! and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: March 21, 1974
BORN: September 5, 1989
|April O'Neil||Jackie in The Parent Trap (Lindsay Lohan reboot); Jamie in 17 Again; has appeared in such TV shows as Malcolm in the Middle; Grounded for Life; The O.C.; and many other various TV and movie roles|
|Grey DeLisle, aka Grey Griffin|
BORN: August 24, 1973
|Atomic Lass + Robot Vampire Mascot Mutants||voice of Vicky + Tootie in Fairly OddParents; in Danny Phantom; Mandy in Grim & Evil + The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy; Major Dr. Ghastly in Grim & Evil + Evil Con Carne; Frankie Foster, Duchess, + Goo in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends; Betty Brant + Sally Avril in Spectacular Spider-Man Black Canary/Dinah Laurel Lance, Fire/Beatriz Bonilla da Costa, + Bat-Manga style Robin/Dick Grayson in Batman: Brave and the Bold; Princess Azula in Avatar: The Last Airbender; Daphne Blake in all animated versions of Scooby Doo since 2001 (following the tragic passing of South Park actress Mary Kay Bergman in 1999); and MANY other voice over roles|
Grey's special guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 100
BORN: September 4, 1968
|Joey the Junkyard Dog||SEE 2012 VOICE CAST|
BORN: January 1975
|Ghostbear||animator; directed The Book of Life; various voice overs|
BORN: October 3, 1973
|Big Mama||well known for the role of Cersei Lannister in HBO's Game of Thrones; voiced Black Widow + Mystique in Super Hero Squad|
|Elizabeth Guttman AKA "E.G. Daily"|
BORN: September 11, 1961
|Prairie Dog + Honey Badger||SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
|Ramone Hamilton||Baxter Stockboy||various roles|
|John Michael Higgins|
BORN: February 12, 1963
|Warren Stone||Willie in Fred Clause; John Smith in the Pitch Perfect film series; voiced Riddler in Batman: Brave and the Bold; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: July 13, 1962
|Albearto, Al-Beardo the Pirate, Bayou 'Bearto, Chef Albéar + Otto von Bearto||SEE 2012 VOICE CAST|
BORN: March 30, 1958
|Foot Brute||SEE 2012 VOICE CAST|
|John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten|
BORN: January 31, 1956
|Meat Sweats/Rupert Swaggart||English singer, songwriter and musician; lead singer of the Sex Pistols|
|Omar Benson Miller|
BORN: October 7, 1978
|Raphael||Sol George in 8 Mile; Big Johnson in Sorority Boys; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: January 9, 1961
|Carly Balmaceda||voice of Duck Ling in Darkwing Duck; Madame Foster, Coco, Cheese + Crackers in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends; and MANY other voice over roles|
Candi's special guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 46
BORN: March 11, 1956
|Foot Lieutenant||SEE CLASSIC TOON VOICE CAST|
|Eliza Jane Schneider|
BORN: February 3, 1978
|Mrs. Cuddles||Liza on Beakman's World; took on several female characters on South Park, following the death of actress Mary Kay Bergman in 1999; other various roles|
check out Eliza Jane.com
BORN: September 15, 1981
|Leonardo||has appeared in such TV shows and movies as The Other Guys; Happy Christmas; The Interview; voice of Skidmark in Turbo; consultant for sound effects of BB-8 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens; Dewey in 2017 reboot of Duck Tales (coincidentally that's the duck who wears blue, just like our fearless lead... oh right, Raph's leader in this series!); and many other various TV and movie roles|
|Brandon Mychal Smith|
BORN: May 29, 1989
|Michelangelo||Razor in That's So Raven; Tyrone in Dirty Grandpa; also appeared in She's All That; and many other various TV and movie roles|
BORN: June 10, 1984
|Ground Hog||various roles|
BORN: July 7, 1969
|Jessica Jaclyn||known for the role of Winifred "Freddie" Brooks in A Different World; voice of Elmyra Duff in Tiny Toons, Animaniacs + short-lived cross-over series with Pinky and the Brain; Aquagirl/Tula in Young Justice; Foxxy Love in Drawn Together and other TV roles|
Cree's special guest appearance on Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen Episode 51
BORN: December 19, 1962
|Cheery Tomato||Karen, The Computer Wife in Spongebob Squarepants; other various roles... often works with husband Tom Kenny|
BORN: June 15, 1967
|Repo Mantis||SEE 2012 VOICE CAST|
|Thurop Van Orman|
BORN: October 26, 1976
|Todd Capybara||creator of The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, which he voiced the title character; did storyboard work for shows like Powerpuff Girls + The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy|
|Info on the voice actors came from:|
Internet Movie Database
Behind The Voice Actors
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