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Favorite animated series is to deceive you. Behind all these charming characters and ridiculous plotlines is dedicated to the crew of the boring, slaving away to bring everything to life. Not friendship is Magic didn’t blow up from the loins of the enchanted Centaur; those rings that you like most product fierce the hands of the 40-something dude in the computer and a team of pale, curved animation. And to make matters worse, the real people who voice the cartoons you love aren’t very nice also. Sorry to shatter the illusion, but here are some real faces behind your favorite fictional characters.

H. Jon Benjamin as Archer and Archer is the name of the Super-Spy twice handsome like James Bond, but the man behind the mask, not quite as innovative, but if you are really tired-looking parents. May relate to H. Jon Benjamin’s face Aziz Ansari, Master of none, although it usually spends more time behind the microphone from appearing on the screen. While the actor’s features are not quite as traditionally handsome Spy’s voice that the voice that brings the dollars. Despite H. Jon Benjamin’s vocal group starts and ends playing variations of H. John Benjamin’s we have landed regular roles on Bob’s burgers, Dr. Katz, venture. However, any role is quite physically dissimilar as Archer.

Seth MacFarlane as Peter Griffin Seth MacFarlane his start in animation writing episodes of Dexter’s laboratory before moving to the production of voicing my pants, which eventually evolved into extremely popular Family Guy. By all accounts, MacFarlane is the devil in a voice like silk, so the fact that it is effective sounds obese moron like Peter Griffin a little bit of the shock, amplified only by the fact that he also voices Family Guy’s Stewie, Brian, quagmire, as well as American dad Stan Smith, Roger the alien, and a host of other vocally, visually diverse characters. The man’s face is a gift to humanity, but this sound is something else.

Jess Harnell as the movement of the Warner kids of the ’90s remember the Animaniacs As, and the highlight for many was the movement of the Warner character that looked a lot like Ringo Starr, even if that signal went far over the heads of the audience. The man behind the voice of Jess Harnell, perhaps the strangest voice actor working today. Harnell looks like it belongs to Guns N’ Roses from the cartoon and living in the crazy sci-fi logic, which makes them even stranger than many of the characters he portrayed. You have probably heard the voices of all of Rick and morty to come with, but not a lot of his characters like rock committed to God.

Dr. hammer as Billy Quizboy, henchman 21 Getty ImagesVenture Bruce is Cartoon Network’s runaway cult favorite series mixing Johnny quest with comic books and the quarter-life crisis, it’s completely full of lovable freaks. Exhibition co-creator, a man named Dr. hammer, lean look, the leader of the magic from the love of vampires, but he also voices many of the major anomalies, such as nerdy henchman 21, the rough doctor friend and diminutive, the head of the genius Billy Quizboy. It’s a group of goofy cartoon sounds that you never expect to come out like this strongly cool guy, but once you see that it is impossible to see her.

Brendon small as Nathan explosion Getty ImagesAfter watching home movies for Four Seasons start to form a very accurate impression of what Brendan small and may look like what it’s expressing eight-year-old version of himself. Even when the kinda-nerdy voice to other projects, there really is no separation between him and the dorks on the screen? But when it starts belting rough, guttural death metal songs of Nathan explosion in the reveal its, all bets are off. Small insanely talented musician, so he knows his way around a guitar and vocals with the best of them, but expressing 300-pound pile of Angry muscles a surprising change of PACE.

Townsend Coleman, the tick, Michelangelo Getty ImagesIt’s hard to imagine what the man who voices the deep-voiced, the arachnid-themed superhero that doesn’t look like Townsend Coleman. It’s equally difficult to imagine how the man behind the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ resident party man may appear, but it’s the same person. Completely unpretentious, Coleman probably won’t stand out in a crowd of people not incredibly bizarre characters, but you recognize those voices anywhere. It’s probably safe to say that most of your favorite cartoons and played in the middle-aged white men anyway.

Kevin Conroy Batman the Getty ImagesBatman: the animated series was the genre-definition animation that combines traditional Saturday-morning action with big themes and minimal design, topped it all with amazing voice work to perfectly capture the viewers imagination. Mark hamill created the iconic Joker like anything else, but even more unexpected than serious hero turn as a villain was the voice of Kevin Conroy as Batman, able to switch between the wrath of the anti-hero and the bright socialite at the moment. You don’t suspect that curly hair Conroy has made a career playing Gotham City’s most eligible bachelor just by looking at his face, but it’s hard to imagine anyone else in the role now.

Frank wilkie all Getty ImagesIf you have ever heard an animal in the cartoon, maybe it was Frank wilke. With 753 credits on the IMDB page, welker’s voice has appeared in nearly every cartoon you can name. Most amazing of all, welker has played Scooby Doo Fred Jones since 1969, and even after 45 years he still looks exactly the same. You can also learn about the welker of futurama, the real Ghostbusters, transformers, or about 700 more roles? Does not require him to play a man in his seventies, that is. Welker’s voice hasn’t aged a day in decades, and reading his credits is like taking a trip through cartoon history. Try it out.