"Modern Family" fans should keep an ear out, because some of the show's stars are getting animated! While the Pritchett-Dunphy-Delgado-Tucker clan keeps us glued to the TV on Wednesday nights, in their off hours their voices can be found on a bevy of animated TV shows and movies. Check out the animated antics of the "Modern Family" cast.
The latest "Modern Family" star to get bitten by the animation bug is Ty Burrell. According to TV Guide, The Dunphy dad will voice the character of Big Jack in the new Disney Junior animated series "Doc McStuffins." (Listen for his telltale voice in a sneak peek clip here.)
Of course this isn't Burrell's first foray into an animated adventure. In 2010 he was part of an influx of popular television stars who invaded Cartoon Network's "The Super Hero Squad Show." The super dad took a turn as Captain Marvel-and suffice it to say, the Marvel Universe was never the same.
Speaking of super heroes, once upon a time, "Modern Family" mom Julie Bowen was a force to be reckoned with. But she was one bad girl! In her 2002 voice role on the animated series "Justice League," her character Aresia was on a mission to rid the world of men with a killer allergen. She even showed Batman who's boss! Check out a clip here and decide if can hear any trace of Claire Dunphy.
Sofia Vergara's voice is hard to mistake, so fans easily recognized her as Carmen in the movie "Happy Feet 2 in 3D." She also purred in the "Puss in Boots" movie, and in 2011, her live-action self hung out with "The Smurfs."
While she played cosmetics exec Odile in the flick, Vergara told Access Hollywood that her ideal Smurf name would be "Sexy Mama Smurf" and her animated character would have a voluptuous body (think J.Lo!) and a wear a skimpy outfit.
And "Modern Family" middle child Ariel winter had a kickin' cartoon career before she became a Dunphy. Winter has voiced roles in big screen flicks like "Curious George," "Ice Age: The Meltdown," "Over the Hedge," "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs," and "Phineus and Ferb The Movie." (She's also the voice of Gretchen on the Disney Channel animated series).
Next up: She'll be a junior-size Disney princess in the upcoming Disney Channel series "Sofia the First."
According to Wetpaint, the preschool princess will debut this fall via a TV movie, and the series will feature other famous voices such as Wayne Brady, Sara Ramirez ("Grey's Anatomy"), and "Project Runway" star Tim Gunn.
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