You Didn't Know About These 10 Celebs

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Outside of their admirable characters, heartfelt stories, and how they brought a whole new vision to computer animation, Pixar has always been known for its incredible voice actors. Starting their successful film collection with Tom Hanks and Tim Allen voicing Woody and Buzz in Toy Story, the studio continued to have as many people as they could.

A few prominent actors have been included on the end credits of every Pixar film, but some have escaped the traps. From legendary actors to Disney Channel stars, many large names have given the opportunity to voice their love for a Pixar character.

Ashley Tisdale is the lead Blueberry Scout in "A Bug''s Life" (''A Bug''s Life'')

Ashley Tisdale started her Disney Channel career, earning her first role as a main character on Suite Life of Zack and Cody, before skyrocketing to fame owing to Sharpay Evans'' portrayal in the High School Musical film franchise.

In 1998''s A Bug''s Life, one of Tisdale''s first lesser-known roles was as a minor character. At just 12 years old, the actress described the leader of the Blueberry Scouts, of whom Dot is a dedicated member.

Frank McCay, John Krasinski (Monsters University)

Disgust and Sadness in Inside Out were not the only actors from The Office to voice Pixar characters. In 2013, John Krasinski, best known for his role as Jim Halpert, made a comeo in the Monsters, Inc sequel, Monsters University.

Frank McCay, a scary but well-known alumni of Monsters University, is vocally reflected by Krasinski, who encourages a little Mike Wazowski to become a scarer when he grows up.

Idris Elba As Fluke (''''Finding Dory'''')

Idris Elba, who has been a Golden Globe Award winner, has a long and varied career, with one lesser-known acting credit in a popular Pixar film.

While Elba''s role was somewhat big, it was certainly memorable when portrayed Fluke as Rudder in Finding Dory, among those two cooky sea lions who become possessive of their favorite rock and bark at other sea lions to stay away.

Chick Hicks, Michael Keaton (Cars), Ken (Toy Story 3)

Over his decades-long career, Hollywood legend Michael Keaton has dubbed out more than a dozen animated characters, including two of them from Pixar films.

Keaton made his Pixar debut as Lightning McQueen''s racecar rival Chick Hicks in Cars, then lent his voice to Barbie''s hunk Ken in Toy Story 3 and the Toy Story Toons Short Hawaiin Vacation.

Ty Burell As Bailey (Finding Dory)

In 2016, alongside his fellow castmate Ed O''Neill as the seven-tentacled octopus starred in Finding Dory, the long-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo.

Burell took on the role of the Big Beluga Whale, the Marine Life Institute''s grand beluga whale, who annoys his aquatic neighbors but charms his new friend Dory.

Whoopi Goldberg As Stretch (Toy Story 3)

Whoopi Goldberg has a long tradition collaborating with Disney, from voicing Shenzi in The Lion King, to acting as herself in The Muppets, to having a life-like animatronic on the old Disney''s California Adventure Superstar Limo.

Goldberg joined Pixar for a comeo in Toy Story 3, where she played Stretch, a dazzling toy octopus, who doubled as one of Lotso''s henchmen.

Jason Lee As Syndrome (''''The Incredibles'''')

Jason Lee became a famous Pixar supervillain in 2004''s The Incredibles just before filming his name is Earl.

In 2005, the actor voiced the film''s main antagonist, Syndrome, who starts as Mr. Incredible''s biggest fan Buddy Pine but become depressed when he was rejected by his literal hero. Lee reprised his villainous role for the Pixar short Jack-Jack Attack.

Kelsey Grammer Is The Prospector (''Toy Story 2'')

From Sid Phillips to Lots-o''-Huggin'' Bear, Villains have been a major part of the Toy Story films, and actor Kelsey Grammer has become one of the most hated of them all.

When Grammer attempts to stop Woody from returning to Andy so that he and the rest of the Round-Up gang can be sold to a toy museum in Japan, he gave his voice to The Prospector, better known as Stinky Pete.

''The Incredibles'' portray Samuel L. Jackson as a star of the box office.

One of Samuel L. Jackson''s most popular roles may surprise you among his many accolades as an actor in short films.

Jackson played Lucius Best, a fan-favorite character named Mr. Incredibles'' Frozone, and reprised the role 14 years later in the sequel Incredibles 2.

Andrew Stanton Is Evil Emperor Zurg (Toy Story 2)

Andrew Stanton, Pixar''s main character, has written, animated, directed, and directed over two dozen works for Pixar, including Toy Story 2, having a hand in all of the most famous Easter eggs.

Stanton received an additional title for this film when he was given a voice role, bringing the deep, intimating sound of Evil Emperor Zurg''s voice to life. It wouldn''t be the last time Stanton lent his voice to a memorable character, later taking on the totally different role of Crush in Finding Nemo and Finding Dory.

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