These goos are from the Cartoons category, people famous for their work in animation. Browse another way.

Alex Anderson

This cartoonist had nothing to do with the Russia/Ukraine war (unless a lawsuit later determines that he deserves credit for that too), but his Russian spy character blames moose and squirrel. Go »

Bill Plympton

He doesn't mind you gooing his face if he can do yours right back. Go »

Buttercup

Fire, a flowery name, and fear (or a lack thereof) define this powerful puff. Go »

Chris Houghton

When he couldn't find the right person to play a cricket in his colorful TV series, he took on the role himself. Go »

Donielle T. Hansley Jr.

This is a dancer to my most evolved friends and family. Go »

Goo

Sex must be interesting when your boyfriend is green, flat as a board, and can stretch into any shape. Go »

Grant Palmer

Once he quieted down, he was granted another opportunity to reside on the same show. Go »

Hayao Miyazaki

This beloved animator followed in Walt's footsteps with spirited female protagonists and high-flying adventures. Go »

Homer Simpson

This gluttonous jerkass has made Fox Television a lot of dough. Go »

Jason Marsden

His spirited performance as a dragon in a boy's body is the highlight of a long career at Disney. Go »

Justin Roiland

He parlayed a brief parody of The Cosby Show into a long-running parody of Back to the Future. Go »

Lauren Faust

She must have struck a devil's bargain to have had so much success animating little ponies, imaginary friends, and powerful puffs. Go »

Lion-O

This cub has become a man in the two decades since his initial debut. Go »

Lotte Reiniger

When asked who was the first, you can show them the silhouette of this animator. Go »

Marieve Herington

How I solved your goo: I remembered that she wasn't green in her latest big role, having voiced characters in animation and video games for years. Go »

Matt Groening

Life is no longer hellish for this very successful creator of a yellow family and a future parody. Go »

Matt Stone

Most people don't get famous for swearing a lot, unless they're the voice of a cartoon boy on television. Go »

Megumi Hayashibara

Ranma's better half has nine eyes, and is the Inverse of Slayers. Go »

Mickey Mouse

Got a rodent problem? Put on the white gloves. Go »

Naoko Takeuchi

Mirror Mirror on the wall, who's the strongest princess of them all? Go »

Noƫl Wells

This actor is a master of voice roles, none more so than Craig of the Creek and Star Trek: Lower Decks. Go »

Paul Dini

He wrote and produced some of the most popular animated shows of the 1990s and has worked in comic books ever since, which put him in a unique position to take the lovestruck Batman villain that he created for TV and adapt her into the mainstream DC universe. Go »

Philip Solomon

If you're trying to solve this by researching Old Testament kings, you're probably up a creek. Go »

Pierre Coffin

Voicing a race of yellow, capsule-shaped beings has definitely not been deadly to his career. Go »

Ross Bagdasarian

This stage performer and singer-songwriter made a novelty record so popular that he spent the rest of his career yelling the name Alvin. Go »

Sailor Moon

One of these days, Serena - pow, zoom... Go »

Sam Lavagnino

This voice actor is a kid, not a cat not a bug nor a grizzly bear. Go »

Seth MacFarlane

This cartoon guy believes that Dad is the center of the American family. Go »

Tatsuo Yoshida

He created an international pop-culture phenomenon in the 1960s by combining Elvis Presley's fashion sense with james Bond's gadget-stuffed automobile. Go »

Thurl Ravenscroft

He will forever be associated with two furry characters, one orange who loves breakfast, and the other green who hates Christmas. Go »

Tobin Wolf

This wolf from Pittsburgh likes his cats. Go »

Tom Kenny

This goofball's best-known characters include an icy royal, a canine conjoined to a feline, a suspender-loving cow, and someone who lives in a tropical fruit under the ocean. Go »

Walt Disney

His name graces a movie, television, and theme-park empire, and it all started with a mouse. Go »

Walt Disney

One urban legend says he's now a cryogenically frozen sleeping beauty, stored under Pirates of the Caribbean. Go »