Pamela Adlon Reveals Her Favorite Cartoon Voiceover Roles

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Pamela Adlon Reveals Her Favorite Cartoon Voiceover Roles
Pamela Adlon is one of the busiest voiceover performers working in animation. She’s lent her distinctive pipes to dozens of shows since the early 1990s. Here she lists her favorite cartoon characters she’s played over the years.

Bobby Hill

King of the Hill (1997-2010)


Adlon won an Emmy in 2002 for her work as the earnest and charming 11-year-old son of Hank and Peggy Hill in the Texas-set domestic comedy. “I always just wanted him to sound like an authentic boy,” she says of her approach.


Jungle Cubs (1996-98)

Disney Channel

She stepped into the shoes of the legendary musician-actor Phil Harris in this spinoff of “The Jungle Book” focusing on the offspring of characters from the 1967 film. She played the son of the lovable and trustworthy Baloo the Bear.


The Animatrix (2003)

Silver Pictures/Warner Bros. Animation

Adlon was recruited for a key role in one
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