Dan Castellaneta

Dan Castellaneta

Date Of Birth: Oct 29
Birth Place: Chicago Illinois, USA

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Dan Castellaneta is a voice actor known for voicing Homer Simpson, Robot Devil, and Grandpa Phil.
Take a visual walk through his career and see 391 images of the characters he's voiced and listen to 32 clips that showcase his performances.

Trivia & Fun Facts:

  • Is strictly a vegan and doesn't drink alcohol.  
  • Practices tai-chi. 
  • At first for the voice of Homer Simpson, Dan tried to imitate Walter Matthau, but he had trouble with certain emotional registers and intonations with the voice, so he slightly changed the present voice of Homer beginning at the beginning of the second season of The Simpsons
  • His voice characterization of Krusty the Clown on The Simpsons was based on Chicago television legend Bob Bell who portrayed WGN-TV's Bozo from 1960-1984. 
  • In 2002, his trademark phrase "d'oh" from The Simpsons was considered valid, and added to the Oxford English Dictionary.

Dan Castellaneta Voices

Credits On BTVA: 391 Roles from 110 Titles
Additional Voices on BTVA: 1

  • ALL
  • SHOWS
    (52)
  • MOVIES
    (14)
  • GAMES
    (22)
  • RIDES
    (1)
  • ADS
    (19)
  • NARR.
    (1)
  • ADD.
    (1)
  • Filters:
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  • * Japanese Origin / Dubbed

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Favorite Role
Who's your favorite Dan Castellaneta role?
Homer Simpson
62.0% (57 votes)
Robot Devil
8.7% (8 votes)
Grandpa Phil
8.7% (8 votes)
Ventriloquist and Scarface / Arnold Wesker
4.3% (4 votes)
Krusty the Clown
4.3% (4 votes)
92 Total Votes
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