Christy Carlson Romano — Kim Possible
In the midst of her run as Even Stevens‘ Ren Stevens, Christy Carlson Romano signed on to voice the title character in Kim Possible. She brought the teenage hero to the small-screen from 2002 to 2007, following up the gig with additional voice work in video games and on-screen work in Loosies (2011) and The Girl in the Photographs (2015).
Will Friedle — Ron Stoppable
After capping off seven years as Eric Matthews on Boy Meets World, Will Friedle lent his voice to Kim Possible as Ron Stoppable. He portrayed the cartoon sidekick for five years, going on to earn voice credits for Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Thundercats, Mad, Green Arrow, Avengers Assemble, and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. He returned to Eric Matthews in 2015, picking up an arc on Girl Meets World.
Nancy Cartwright — Rufus
Kim Possible brought Rufus the naked mole-rat to life thanks to Nancy Cartwright. The actress voiced Kim’s resourceful pet while also lending her vocals to Rugrats as Chuckie Finster. Cartwright has an extensive vocal résumé and is perhaps best known for the decades she’s spent as the voice of Bart Simpson in The Simpsons.
Tahj Mowry — Wade Load
After spending his childhood racking up roles in Full House, Sister, Sister, and Smart Guy, Tahj Mowry took on the part of tech genius Wade Load in Kim Possible. The same year that the animated series ended, Mowry popped up in an episode of Desperate Housewives, going on to land a major role as Tucker Dobbs in Baby Daddy.
John DiMaggio — Dr. Drakken
John DiMaggio had a villainous turn as Kim Possible‘s Dr. Drakken. After voicing the bad guy scientist, the prolific voice actor earned subsequent vocal credits for Bee Movie (2007), Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008), Bolt (2008), Chowder, Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Wreck-It Ralph (2012), Generator Rex, The Penguins of Madagascar, Pound Puppies, Adventure Time, and Futurama.
Nicole Sullivan — Shego
Nicole Sullivan found her spot in Kim Possible as Dr. Drakken’s sidekick Shego. She came into the villainous role after making a name for herself on MADtv and with a voice gig in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. After Kim Possible, Sullivan picked up credits for Superhero Movie (2008), Black Dynamite (2009), 17 Again (2009), Rita Rocks, The Penguins of Madagascar, and Family Guy.
Jean Smart — Ann Possibile
Jean Smart signed on to voice Kim Possible‘s Ann Possible, the mother to the teen crime-stopper. After the show wrapped, the Designing Women alum went on to land roles in Samantha Who?, Hero Wanted (2008), Youth in Revolt (2009), Hope Springs (2012), Miss Meadows (2014), Fargo, and Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.
Kirsten Storms — Bonnie Rockwaller
Kirsten Storms juggled her stint as Belle on Days Of Our Lives with a run as Kim’s classmate Bonnie Rockwaller on Kim Possible. Storms dedicated much of her post-Possible time to General Hospital, racking up nearly 1,000 episodes as Maxie.
Gary Cole — James Timothy Possible
After earning credits for Midnight Caller, In the Line of Fire (1993), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995), A Simple Plan (1998), and Office Space (1999), Gary Cole picked up a gig as Kim’s father, James Timothy Possible, in Kim Possible. The The West Wing alum went on to land roles in Pineapple Express (2008), Extract (2009), The Joneses (2009), Entourage, Hop (2011), Suits, Tammy (2014), Archer, The Good Wife, Family Guy, and Veep.
Patrick Warburton — Steve Barkin
Steve Barkin, who made a name for himself on Seinfeld and Dave’s World, joined Kim Possible as the high school teacher Steve Barkin. His subsequent projects include Bee Movie (2007), Get Smart (2008), The Emperor’s New School, Ted (2012), Rules of Engagement, Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014), Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014), Sequestered, The Venture Bros., and Family Guy.