Many voice actors past & present have also either done some "face acting" (live-action) or did voice-overs for live-action shows. You wouldn't have known back in the day, but here's a quick list. Bill Woodson: The long-time Super Friends announcer/narrator (1977-85) previously was the announcer for "The Odd Couple", particularly during the early years when he narrated the opening that explained just why Felix & Oscar shared an apartment. Jerry Dexter: Better known as the voice of Aqualad (1967) and Alan (Josie & The Pussycats, both series, 1970-73), Jerry was also a part-time member of Jack Webb's repertory company, having appeared a number of times on "Dragnet" during its' 2nd run (1967-70), owing more to his also being a LA radio personality. Shannon Farnon: As I noted in the talkback thread to her recent interview, Shannon was also a member of the Webb repertory company before being cast as Wonder Woman (Super Friends, 1973-84). Appeared on Dragnet and I believe either Adam-12 or Emergency! Didn't realize this until many years later when I caught a Dragnet repeat on cable. Louise "Liberty" Williams: The original voice of Wonder Twin Jayna (1977-85) has a small handful of face acting gigs on her resume, including a few guest shots on "Three's Company", and co-starring with Peter Scolari (in between Bosom Buddies & Newhart) in 1983's "Baby Makes Five". One other thing. I remember seeing a commercial for Planned Parenthood (or something akin to it) on one of the NYC stations several years ago that had a female kangaroo on the beach (I think). The kangaroo is in silhouette. The voice sounded like it belonged to Louise, but I've never been able to track down this ad online. If anyone can help solve this case, I'd be very happy. A number of actors have criss-crossed between live-action and toon work over the course of years. Norm Alden, H-B's original Aquaman (1973-78), as most people know, also co-starred in "Electra Woman & Dyna Girl" during the 1st season of "Krofft Supershow" and has guested on many other series over the years, including "Operation Petticoat" and "Murder She Wrote". The seemingly ageless Michael Bell boasts guest appearances on "Benson", "Three's Company", "Dallas", & "Star Trek: The Next Generation" over the course of over 40 years in the business. Not sure if he's also doing those Mr. Opportunity ads for Honda, though. Phil LaMarr (Static Shock, Samurai Jack, et al) crossed over from "Mad TV" and seemingly hasn't looked back. We don't need to reference the most obvious (Casey Kasem, Gary Owens, et al), just the ones you might not expect to actually see. If anyone's got a few favorites.....!