Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Radcliffe joins Simpsons voices

Daniel Radcliffe is to voice a character in the season of The Simpsons

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is among the celebrities lending their voice talents to the new series of The Simpsons this autumn, broadcaster Fox has confirmed.

Daniel will join Kristen Wiig, Zach Galifianakis and Rachel Maddow in the animated show, which kicks off its new run on September 29.

Kristen will be heard in the animated show's season premiere, voicing a high-strung FBI agent whom Lisa enlists for help when she suspects that something sinister has happened to Homer.

Elizabeth Moss of Mad Men plays a grateful mother who names her baby after Homer when he helps deliver the child.

Marvel Comics writer Stan Lee, producer Judd Apatow and Will Arnett of Arrested Development are among other stars voicing parts on The Simpsons.

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