Total Film: 30 Best Pixar Voiceover Performances

In celebration of Toy Story 3, Total Film selects their 30 Best Pixar Voiceover Performances. Every film is represented, but Finding Nemo and the Toy Story Trilogy have the most actors honored. It’s an eclectic mix of big stars, character actors and Pixarians.

  • 30. John Morris (Andy) (Toy Story Trilogy)
  • 29. Barry Humphries (Bruce) (Finding Nemo)
  • 28. Sigourney Weaver (Ship Computer (WALL-E)
  • 27. Brad Garrett (Gusteau) (Ratatouille)
  • 26. Timothy Dalton (Mr. Pricklepants) (Toy Story 3)
  • 25. Stephen Root (Bubbles) (Finding Nemo)
  • 24. Paul Newman (Doc Hudson) (Cars)
  • 23. Jason Lee (Syndrome) (The Incredibles)
  • 22. Joan Cusack (Jessie) (Toy Story 2 & Toy Story 3)
  • 21. Patton Oswalt (Remy) (Ratatouille)
  • 20. Michael Keaton (Ken) (Toy Story 3)
  • 19. Albert Brooks (Marline) (Finding Nemo)
  • 18. Steve Buscemi (Randall) (Monsters, Inc.)
  • 17. Estelle Harris (Mrs. Potato Head) (Toy Story 2 & Toy Story 3)
  • 16. Joe Ranft (Heimlich) (A Bug’s Life)
  • 15. Owen Wilson (Lightning McQueen) (Cars)
  • 14. Ed Asner (Carl) (Up)
  • 13. Wallace Shawn (Rex) (Toy Story Trilogy)
  • 12. Craig T. Nelson (Mr. Incredible) (The Incredibles)
  • 11. Andrew Stanton (Crush) (Finding Nemo)
  • 10. Jeff Pidgeon (Aliens) (Toy Story Trilogy)
  • 9. Ben Burtt (WALL-E) (WALL-E)
  • 8. Peter O’ Toole (Anton Ego) (Ratatouille)
  • 7. Billy Crystal & John Goodman (Sully & Mike) (Monsters, Inc.)
  • 6. Brad Bird (Edna Mode) (The Incredibles)
  • 5. Don Rickles (Mr. Potato Head) (Toy Story Trilogy)
  • 4. Bob Peterson (Dug) (Up)
  • 3. John Ratzenberger (P.T. Flea) (A Bug’s Life)
  • 2.Tom Hanks & Tim Allen (Woody & Buzz) (Toy Story Trilogy)
  • 1. Ellen DeGeneres (Dory) (Finding Nemo)

What do you think of Total Film‘s list? Do you agree with most of their choices? Who is your #1? Who is missing? Share your thoughts.

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10 Responses to Total Film: 30 Best Pixar Voiceover Performances

  1. Vavia says:

    I would put Jodi Benson as Barbie well over Timothy Dalton. And I would want to see Allison Janney as Peach and Willem Dafoe's amazing performance as Gill in Finding Nemo on the list. Also Pete Sohn as Emile in Ratatouille and Elissa Knight as EVE and Kathy Najimy as Mary in WALL-E.

  2. Josh says:

    This really seems a bit of a skewed point and picking favorites, as Michael Keaton should have at least made the list over some of these small-part actors. Really, if Ellen Degeneres is considered number one I don't want to know what else they decide over there.

  3. Surely John Ratzenberger should be number 1, by sheer numbers alone.

  4. Noahvillaverde says:

    I personally think that Ellen shouldn't be #1. As much as I loved her as Dory, i think that #1 should be Tom Hanks.

  5. How can such a list not include Bob Peterson as Roz in Monsters, Inc.? Roz, that epitome of grating officiousness in the person of a giant slug with lipstick and cateye glasses, is an amazing, hilarious creation, and thanks to Peterson, her voice is the auditory equivalent of gritty ooze.

  6. Gimpyhair says:

    Jordan Nagai as Russel (Up!) would have made in the top 10 at least, that little guy was awesome!

  7. Chip says:

    I'd put Tom Hanks and Tim Allen together as #1 instead of Ellen Degeneres as Dory. You really can't rank these, though. All of the performances are great considering the films and the characters.

  8. Eve says:

    I would’ve included Elissa Knight (Eve), Dave Foley (Flik), Kevin Spacey (Hopper) and Pete Sohn (Emile) on that list myself =). I think the entire voice cast for A Bug’s Life especially is very good.

  9. Tami_little says:

    totally agree if the number one was Dory :) but I think the number two should be Ben Burtt as Wall-E or Elisa Knight as EVE

  10. Caelenbailey says:

    What about ‘bud lucky’ he’s my favorite pixar voice

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