Kara Tritton of the UK has set an extraordinarily high bar for multi character cartoon voice acting. Read on!

Do you know who holds the Guinness Book of World Records crown for the most characters voiced by one voice actor in a cartoon series?
Imagine voicing 10 characters in a series. That’s pretty normal for some voice actors… Now imagine voicing 198!
That’s just what Kara Tritton of the UK did, voicing 198 cartoon characters for 75 episodes over six years of Nick Jr.’s “Blue’s Clues” UK series, playing people, food, animals, ghosts and planets.
To visit Kara’s website and hear some of the voices that earned her the world record, click here.
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* Kara was not the voice of Blue, but she was everyone else!

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