The Simpsons has become the longest-running cartoon in American history, and as such, there’s hardly a person on this earth who has not been affected by the series in some way or another. Ever since it premiered in 1989, the bumbling adventures of Homer Simpson and the rest of the inhabitants of Springfield have become a weekly event that millions of people tune in to watch. While the series has experienced its own set of ups and downs in terms of quality, its status as a modern TV icon will never find itself in question, and The Simpsons voices are iconic.
You know it's true: the Simpson family would be nothing without its iconic voice actors. From Dan Castellaneta to Hank Azaria to Yeardley Smith, each member of the show’s principal cast has brought something unique and engaging to the television institution. These actors have the uncanny ability to simultaneously give the audience wacky antics, as well as heartwarming pathos, and don’t even get us started on the sheer number of celebrity guest stars that have been featured on the show over the last few decades. There have literally been hundreds of celebrity guest stars over the years, and you can catch them all (and more) on Disney+.
This list of facts that you may not have known about the voices of The Simpsons. includes all kinds of info about The Simpsons actors and voice cast behind the scenes, so sit back, grab a donut or a Duff, and read on.