America’s Richest Voiceover Actors

Who are America’s richest voiceover actors?

Most of us love cartoons regardless of whether you are a kid or adult.TV, Netflix, hulu and other online sources make it easy to access all kinds of shows.

Now, we all probably recognize the voices. We would say “Hey, that’s Peter Griffin from Family Guy, that one here in Marge from The Simpsons.” But, more than likely we have no idea who the person behind the character’s voice actually is.

Here is our selection of America’s richest voiceover actors:

Frank and Cookie MonsterFrank Oz: His most famous roles are the ones in the Muppet Show. He gives Miss Piggy, Cookie Monster, Bert and more his unique voice. His net worth is estimated about $20 million.

 

julie-kavnerJulie Kavner: Julie has been the acting voice for Marge Simpsons for over 35 years, since the beginning of The Simpsons. It is estimated that this female voice actor earns about $400,000 per episode with a net worth of $50 million.

 

Dan_Castellaneta_Photo10Dan Castellaneta: He is d’oh! voice of Homer J. Simpson and is worth over $60 million. In addition to Homer he voices Krusty the Clown, and Itchy on The Simpsons.

 

nancy_cartwright_profile-e1258961690710Nancy Cartwright: Some may not even know this. But, Bart Simpson, the boy in the Simpsons is actually voiced by a female. In fact, Bart is not the only boy she gave her unique voice character such as Ralph Wiggum, or Todd Flanders. She is worth $60 million.

Jim_Henson_(1989)_headshotJim Henson: He is an icon of puppeteering and the Sesame Street and gave his voice to Kermit the Frog, Ernie, and more. This voice actor and icon died way too early at age 53. His net worth was $90 million.

 

Seth_MacFarlane_by_Gage_SkidmoreSeth MacFarlane: With cartoon hits such as Family Guy and American Dad he cannot be omitted in this list. With other movie productions and the production of cartoons, his net worth is an astonishing $100 million. Partly definitely thanks to his funny and memorable voice he has been given Peter, Brian and Stewie Griffin!

 

Walt_Disney_1946Walt Disney: He actually gave his own cartoons “Mickey Mouse” a voice. Walt Disney was the original voice actor for the Mickey and Minnie Mouse. His net worth at the time of his death 1966 in today’s dollars was $5 BILLION.

 

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The complete info-graphic with a list of the TOP15 America’s richest voiceover actor can be found here.