Our minds are all over the place over here, people. While everyone knows that Selena Gomez voiced a character in Hotel Transylvania and Josh Hutcherson voiced a character in Epic, backtracking through the voices of our favorite cartoons from 10 years ago and prior is seriously surprising. (And no, we’re not talking about Jonathan Taylor Thomas as the voice of Simba in The Lion King either. Everyone knows that, too.)
Check out 20 celebrities you didn’t know voiced characters in some of the most classic cartoons from over a decade ago. Trust us on this. You will. Be. Shocked.
Fergie, Sally on Peanuts (1984, 1985)
Way before her marriage to Josh Duhamel, and even prior to her days in The Black-Eyed Peas, Stacy Ann Ferguson provided the voice for Charlie Brown's little sister in two made-for-television Peanuts cartoons: It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown and Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown.)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jim Hawkins in Treasure Planet (2002)
Considering the (500) Days of Summer hottie's had, like, a lifelong career in the industry, it's not too much of a surprise that he provided the vocal stylings for a Disney hottie.
Hayden Panettiere, Dot in A Bug's Life (1998)
OMG, she was so little!
Michael Cera, Brother on The Berenstain Bears (2002)
Did JU-no (hehe) this about the Arrested Development star?
Lacey Chabert, Eliza on The Wild Thornberrys (1998)
You may know her as a 'mean girl,' but she's made a career out of her voice alone. Discounting her days on Broadway, she also voiced Zatanna Zatara on Young Justice, Meg Griffin on Family Guy (prior to Mila Kunis), Dani Burns on Transformers: Rescue Bots, Gwen Stacy on The Spectacular Spider-Man and, of course, Eliza on The Wild Thornberrys.
Bruce Willis, Spike in Rugrats Go Wild (2003)
Kirsten Dunst, Young Anastasia in Anastasia (1997)
Before she was Mary Jane Watson, she played the younger version of one of our favorite (non-Disney) cartoon heroines.
Photo: WENN/Twentieth Century Fox
Joey Lawrence, Oliver in Oliver & Company (1988)
The ABC Family guy's been in the biz a long time, taking us back to the '80s with his portrayal as one of the best cartoon kitties ever.
Andy Lawrence, TJ on Recess (1997)
Speaking of Joey Lawrence, his little bro's got talented pipes too. TJ Detweiler is the ultimate!
Mischa Barton, Betty Ann Bongo on Kablam! (1996)
Never would've guessed that the popular girl from The O.C. also took on the '90s cartoon.
Vin Diesel, The Iron Giant in The Iron Giant (1999)
Photo: WENN/Warner Bros.
Brad Pitt, Sinbad in Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)
Both are ruggedly handsome, so...
Busta Rhymes, Reptar in The Rugrats Movie (1998)
The rapper is Reptar. Cannot process this.
Chris Kirkpatrick, Chip Skylark on The Fairly Oddparents (2002)
From *NSYNC to Nickelodeon, at least he's still able to croon.
Christian Bale, Thomas in Pocahontas (1995)
Hey, he even looks like him too!
Erik von Detten, Sid in Toy Story (1995)
In the years before The Princess Diaries and even Brink!, EvD creeped us out as the (bad) boy next door.
Oh yeah, and he was also Erwin Lawson on Recess. Who knew?
Haley Joel Osment, Chip in Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997)
He may've developed a 'sixth sense' later on, but Emily Osment's older brother took on the cutest of the Beauty and the Beast characters in the late '90s.
FUN FACT: Peter from Jumanji was the voice of Chip in the original.
Tony Goldwyn, Tarzan in Tarzan (1999)
The talented actor will play a supporting role to Shailene Woodley in Divergent come 2014, but he stole the show as the lead in the '99 Disney film.
Ralph Fiennes, Rameses in The Prince of Egypt (1998)
We can't unsee this.
Photo: Warner Bros./DreamWorks
Daveigh Chase, Lilo in Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Anyone else find it completely disturbing that the girl from The Ring portrayed Lilo?