The title speaks for itself. While having live action actors taking on animation roles is nothing new (especially in theatrical animated films), I've noticed it's become more prevalent in recent years for television cartoons. For example, Kate Micucci has made a name for herself in voice acting with shows like Motorcity, Nature Cat, Star Darlings, Steven Universe, Be Cool Scooby Doo, and more. However, she started voice acting on a regular basis at 31-32 years old with Motorcity even though other people known primarily for voice acting (such as Tara Strong and Grey DeLisle Griffin) already built up a substantial voice acting profile when they were that age. There's also with The Looney Tunes Show. Kristen Wiig voiced Lola even though Kath Soucie could've reprised the role. I thought she would've done so in Looney Tunes: Rabbit Run, but Lola ended up voiced by Rachel Ramras (a writer for the show and the movie). I can understand with casting the young actors from live action kid shows in animation roles since they're still trying to make a name for themselves in television. A few examples are Ashley Tisdale on Phineas And Ferb and Sabrina Carpenter on Sofia The First & Milo Murphy's Law. I'm not saying this is bad since the actors do give good performances with the characters they voice and those known primarily for voice acting still have Plenty of animation roles. I'm Just wondering why it's become more commonplace in recent years.