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    Here's What Pixar Voice Actors Look Like In Real Life

    Spoiler: The kid from Up is still adorable.

    Ed Asner as Carl Fredricksen

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    Fun Fact: Ed Asner is most known for his work on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, where he won three Emmys.

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    Fun Fact: Ed Asner is most known for his work on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, where he won three Emmys.

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    Fun Fact: Ed Asner is most known for his work on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, where he won three Emmys.

    Bob Peterson as Dug

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    Fun Fact: Peterson is also the voice of Mr. Ray, the singing schoolteacher, in Finding Nemo.

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    Fun Fact: Peterson is also the voice of Mr. Ray, the singing schoolteacher, in Finding Nemo.

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    Fun Fact: Peterson is also the voice of Mr. Ray, the singing schoolteacher, in Finding Nemo.

    Jordan Nagai as Russell

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    Fun Fact: Russell's shape is intended to be round, like the balloons in the film.

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    Fun Fact: Russell's shape is intended to be round, like the balloons in the film.

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    Fun Fact: Russell's shape is intended to be round, like the balloons in the film.

    Emma Thompson as Queen Elinor

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    Fun Fact: Writer Brenda Chapman based the character of Elinor on herself, while Merida was based on her daughter.

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    Fun Fact: Writer Brenda Chapman based the character of Elinor on herself, while Merida was based on her daughter.

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    Fun Fact: Writer Brenda Chapman based the character of Elinor on herself, while Merida was based on her daughter.

    Kelly Macdonald as Princess Merida

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    Fun Fact: Merida is both the first Disney–Pixar princess and the first female lead in a Pixar film.

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    Fun Fact: Merida is both the first Disney–Pixar princess and the first female lead in a Pixar film.

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    Fun Fact: Merida is both the first Disney–Pixar princess and the first female lead in a Pixar film.

    Billy Connolly as King Fergus

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    Fun Fact: During filming Connolly changed several words to make them more authentically Scottish.

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    Fun Fact: During filming Connolly changed several words to make them more authentically Scottish.

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    Fun Fact: During filming Connolly changed several words to make them more authentically Scottish.

    Ellen DeGeneres as Dory

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    Fun Fact: The role of Dory was written for DeGeneres. It was the first time anyone had approached her with a role written specifically for her.

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    Fun Fact: The role of Dory was written for DeGeneres. It was the first time anyone had approached her with a role written specifically for her.

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    Fun Fact: The role of Dory was written for DeGeneres. It was the first time anyone had approached her with a role written specifically for her.

    Alexander Gould as Nemo

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    Fun Fact: Despite his role in Finding Nemo, Gould has said that he is a fan of sushi.

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    Fun Fact: Despite his role in Finding Nemo, Gould has said that he is a fan of sushi.

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    Fun Fact: Despite his role in Finding Nemo, Gould has said that he is a fan of sushi.

    Allison Janney as Peach

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    Fun Fact: Finding Nemo came about because the directors thought the inside of an aquarium would be perfectly suited to computer animation.

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    Fun Fact: Finding Nemo came about because the directors thought the inside of an aquarium would be perfectly suited to computer animation.

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    Fun Fact: Finding Nemo came about because the directors thought the inside of an aquarium would be perfectly suited to computer animation.

    John Goodman as Sulley

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    Fun Fact: While Goodman was recording, the character of Sulley was changed from being a janitor to being a Top Scarer at Monsters Inc.

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    Fun Fact: While Goodman was recording, the character of Sulley was changed from being a janitor to being a Top Scarer at Monsters Inc.

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    Fun Fact: While Goodman was recording, the character of Sulley was changed from being a janitor to being a Top Scarer at Monsters Inc.

    Steve Buscemi as Randall Boggs

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    Fun Fact: Steve Buscemi said that voice recording for Randall occurred on and off for over two years.

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    Fun Fact: Steve Buscemi said that voice recording for Randall occurred on and off for over two years.

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    Fun Fact: Steve Buscemi said that voice recording for Randall occurred on and off for over two years.

    John Ratzenberger as The Abominable Snowman

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    Fun Fact: Ratzenberger has voiced a part in every Pixar movie. His most notable character is Hamm from the Toy Story franchise.

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    Fun Fact: Ratzenberger has voiced a part in every Pixar movie. His most notable character is Hamm from the Toy Story franchise.

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    Fun Fact: Ratzenberger has voiced a part in every Pixar movie. His most notable character is Hamm from the Toy Story franchise.

    Tom Hanks as Woody

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    Fun Fact: Tom Hanks has said that he usually doesn't do sequels but that Toy Story is an exception.

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    Fun Fact: Tom Hanks has said that he usually doesn't do sequels but that Toy Story is an exception.

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    Fun Fact: Tom Hanks has said that he usually doesn't do sequels but that Toy Story is an exception.

    Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear

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    Fun Fact: Buzz Lightyear is colored purple and lime green because lime green is John Lasseter's favorite color and purple is his wife's favorite color.

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    Fun Fact: Buzz Lightyear is colored purple and lime green because lime green is John Lasseter's favorite color and purple is his wife's favorite color.

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    Fun Fact: Buzz Lightyear is colored purple and lime green because lime green is John Lasseter's favorite color and purple is his wife's favorite color.

    Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head

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    Fun Fact: John Lasseter came up with the idea for Mr. Potato Head's personality because he thought that anyone whose facial features fell off would have a chip on their shoulder.

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    Fun Fact: John Lasseter came up with the idea for Mr. Potato Head's personality because he thought that anyone whose facial features fell off would have a chip on their shoulder.

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    Fun Fact: John Lasseter came up with the idea for Mr. Potato Head's personality because he thought that anyone whose facial features fell off would have a chip on their shoulder.

    Wallace Shawn as Rex

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    Fun Fact: In The Incredibles, Wallace Shawn voices Mr. Incredible's very angry boss, Gilbert Hupf.

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    Fun Fact: In The Incredibles, Wallace Shawn voices Mr. Incredible's very angry boss, Gilbert Hupf.

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    Fun Fact: In The Incredibles, Wallace Shawn voices Mr. Incredible's very angry boss, Gilbert Hupf.

    Patton Oswalt as Remy

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    Fun Fact: Pixar insisted that Oswalt not make up a "rat voice" for Remy but instead use his normal speaking voice.

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    Fun Fact: Pixar insisted that Oswalt not make up a "rat voice" for Remy but instead use his normal speaking voice.

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    Fun Fact: Pixar insisted that Oswalt not make up a "rat voice" for Remy but instead use his normal speaking voice.

    Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen

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    Fun Fact: Lightning McQueen can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

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    Fun Fact: Lightning McQueen can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

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    Fun Fact: Lightning McQueen can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

    Hayden Panettiere as Dot

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    Fun Fact: Director Andrew Stanton wanted there to be a small girl in the film because he had just had a daughter.

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    Fun Fact: Director Andrew Stanton wanted there to be a small girl in the film because he had just had a daughter.

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    Fun Fact: Director Andrew Stanton wanted there to be a small girl in the film because he had just had a daughter.

    Ben Burtt as WALL-E

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    Fun Fact: Ben Burtt was a key sound editor in Lucasfilm's early Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.

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    Fun Fact: Ben Burtt was a key sound editor in Lucasfilm's early Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.

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    Fun Fact: Ben Burtt was a key sound editor in Lucasfilm's early Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.

    Elissa Knight as EVE

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    Fun Fact: EVE stands for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator.

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    Fun Fact: EVE stands for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator.

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    Fun Fact: EVE stands for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator.

    Brad Bird as Edna Mode

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    Fun Fact: He also wrote and directed The Incredibles.

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    Fun Fact: He also wrote and directed The Incredibles.

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    Fun Fact: He also wrote and directed The Incredibles.