What The Voices Of "Winnie The Pooh" Actually Look Like

    You'll never guess who the original Roo looked like.

    Tigger: Paul Winchell, Jim Cummings

    Paul Winchell was the first person to invent and patent an artificial human heart; Jim Cummings won an Emmy for playing Tigger, and is also the voice of Darkwing Duck.

    Piglet: John Fiedler, Travis Oates

    John Fielder was Juror #2 in 12 Angry Men; Travis Oates is Kronk in The Emperor's New School animated series.

    Eeyore: Ralph Wright, Bud Luckey

    Ralph Wright was a Disney animator who was supposedly the model for Eeyore; Bud Luckey was a Pixar animator who worked on many of Pixar's early hits, including Toy Story, Toy Story 2, and Monster's Inc.

    Rabbit: Junius Matthews, Tom Kenny

    Junius Matthews managed to recover from a from a stroke in order to voice Rabbit in 1977's The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh; Tom Kenny you may know as the voice of the title character in a little cartoon called SpongeBob SquarePants.

    Christopher Robin: Bruce Reitherman, Jack Boulter

    Bruce Reitherman was also the voice of Mowgli in the The Jungle Book.

    Kanga: Barbara Luddy, Kristen Anderson-Lopez

    Barbara Luddy also voiced Lady in Lady and the Tramp; Kristen Anderson-Lopez also wrote lyrics for the upcoming Disney animated film Frozen.

    Roo: Clint Howard, Wyatt Hall

    Clint Howard is Ron Howard's younger brother, and was a dead ringer for young Justin Bieber.

    Owl: Hal Smith, Craig Ferguson

    Hal Smith also voiced Goofy; Craig Ferguson has done voices in everything from Freakazoid! to Aaaahh!!! Real Monsters.

    Gopher: Howard Morris, Michael Gough

    Howard Morris also directed the pilot for the TV series Get Smart; Martin Gough is the voice of Shrek in the Shrek video game.

    Winnie The Pooh: Sterling Holloway, Jim Cummings

    Holloway voiced Kaa in The Jungle Book, Cummings voiced Kaa in The Jungle Book 2; in addition to bouncy Tigger, Jim Cummings also brought roly poly Pooh to life.

    Editor's Note: Since the animated adaptation of Winnie the Pooh has been around since the 1960's, many of these characters have had several voice actors, and some have been left out.