Voice Artists





Kevin Kline as the voice of Tulio

Kevin Kline is a very talented actor on both stage and film.  He is a two-time Tony Award winner for his work on Broadway in "The Pirates of Penzance" and "On the Twentieth Century."  Kline graduated from Juilliard School of Drama and founded John Houseman's The Acting Co. Film credits include "Midsummer's Night Dream", "Wild, Wild West" and was also the voice for Captain Phoebus in Disney's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."

Kenneth Branagh as the voice of Miguel

Kenneth Branagh is an award-winning actor, director, writer and producer.  He was born in Irland and studied drama at England's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.  Branagh starred and directed many films including "Hamlet," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein," "Wild, Wild West," and "A Midsummer's Night Dream."

 Rosie Perez as the voice of Chel

Rosie Perez is a talented actress who has won Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for her work in the movie "Fearless." Perez began her career as a choreographer for artists as Bobby Brown and Diana Ross. She also choreographed the Fly Girls on Fox TV's "In Living Color." She then went on to produce TV specials such as "Rosie Perez Presents Scoiety's Ride," "Subway Stories" and is now developing, starring adn producing a TV comedy series with Artists Television Goup.  Perez' film credits include "White men Can't Jump," "Night on Earth," and "It Could Happen to You."

Armand Assante as the voice of Tzekel-Kan

Armand Assante has starred in many television movies and won an Emmy Award and Golden Globe & SAG nominations for his starring role as Gotti in the HBO movie "Gotti." On the big screen, Assante has played in "Q & A's," "Belizaire, The Cajun," and "Private Benjiman." Assante is a native New Yorker and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

 Edward James Olmos as the voice of Chief

Edward James Olmos is both a talented actor for films and TV. Olmos won an Independent Spirit Award for his starring role of an inspirational teacher Jaime Escalante in "Stand and Deliver." Currently he appears as Judge Mendoza on the new series "The West Wing." Olmos' credits include "Bonanno: A Godfather's Story," and "The Taking of Pelham One, Two, Three."  He was born and raised in Los Angeles and first gained attention when he won a Tony Award nomination for his role in "Zoot Suit." His film credits include "Blade Runner," "Wolfen," and "Caught." Olmos also directed and starred in "American Me." He also executive produced the documentary "Lives in Hazard," which addressed gang prevention.

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