For our 2000th voice compare, we shall celebrate with one of, if not the most iconic cartoon character of all time: Mickey Mouse!
Mickey is the mascot of the Walt Disney Company, created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928. He made his first official appearance in the cartoon, "Steamboat Willie". While at first, Mickey was a mischievious trickster type, he's since evolved into a plain, friendly everyman character. Mickey is known for his high-pitched voice and cheerful personality.
Mickey's voice was originally provided by Walt Disney himself. Due to being busy running the company and his voice being hoarsened from smoking, James McDonald took over from the 50s to the 70s. Wayne Allwine was selected as Mickey's official voice from 1977 to his unfortunate death in 2009, except for the TV special Down and Out with Donald Duck, where Les Perkins did the voice. Since then, Bret Iwan is the current voice of Mickey.