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    These Photos Of "The Incredibles" Characters And Voice Actors Will Make You Say "What"

    We heart you, Edna Mode.

    Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible, voiced by Craig T. Nelson

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    Where you've heard his voice before: This screen actor — oh, hey, Coach and Parenthood and everything else — actually only has one official voice credit to his name: Mr. Incredible. (Although, technically, IMDb says that he has an uncredited voice role in 1974's Flesh Gordon as "The Monster.")

    Helen Parr/Elastigirl, voiced by Holly Hunter

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    Where you've heard her voice before: Just like her illustrated husband, the Academy Award-winner's role in The Incredibles is one of her only notable voice acting roles. (She apparently voiced the narrator in a 1989 short titled The Three Billy Goats Gruff and The Three Little Pigs.)

    Edna Mode, voiced by Brad Bird

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    Where you've heard his voice before: Brad Bird — who wrote and directed The Incredibles and Ratatouille, and who is set to write and direct The Incredibles 2 — has also voiced Ambrister Minion in Ratatouille and the monorail announcer in Jurassic World.

    Buddy Pine/Syndrome, voiced by Jason Lee

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    Where you've heard his voice before: The My Name Is Earl actor has voiced Sam and Officer Bays on American Dad!, Charlie on We Bare Bears, and Underdog in Underdog.

    Lucius Best/Frozone, voiced by Samuel L. Jackson

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    Where you've heard his voice before: The Avengers actor has voiced characters in Turbo, Zambezia, Astro Boy, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Fluke, The Boondocks, and The Proud Family.

    Dash Parr, voiced by Spencer Fox

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    Where you've heard his voice before: The actor — whose above photo was taken in 2004 — voiced both Tim and Jim Possible on Disney's Kim Possible.

    Violet Parr, voiced by Sarah Vowell

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    Where you've heard her voice before: Although Violet is one of the actor's only voice roles, her voice can be heard pretty often on NPR's This American Life.

    Mirage, voiced by Elizabeth Peña

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    Where you've heard her voice before: The La Bamba actor, who passed away in 2014, voiced characters on American Dad!, Minoriteam, Justice League, and Maya & Miguel.

    Gilbert Huph, voiced by Wallace Shawn

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    Where you've heard his voice before: The Clueless and Princess Bride actor has voiced characters in The Goofy Movie, BoJack Horseman, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Family Guy, and Teacher's Pet, and, of course, he voices Toy Story's Rex.

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