When it comes to animated movies, they simply do not get any bigger or better than the Toy Story franchise, with Pixar knocking it out of the park with all four of the movies within the franchise. With Toy Story changing the game for animation, with incredible storylines that were full of heart and humor, Pixar didn't hold back anything in terms of bringing in major names to voice the characters.
The voiceover work is one of the reasons that the movies are so incredible, and within this article, we will be taking a deep dive into the actors, ranking them in terms of their net worth.
10 John Morris (Net Worth: $100,000-$1 Million)
Without John Morris' character of Andy, there would be no Toy Story films, with the child turned adult playing a crucial role within the movies, even though he isn't actually in them much. While he's not featured as much as the toys themselves, it is through Andy's character we meet them, and as he grows up, it is through Andy that the audience has their heartsbroken when he gives them away.
John Morris played the role as a child and then again as an adult for Toy Story 3, giving him a real connection to the movies that helped him gain a net worth, estimated between $100,000-$1 million.
9 Blake Clark (Net Worth: $5 Million)
Blake Clark wasn't the man who voiced Toy Story in the original movie, taking the reigns from his friend, Jim Varney after he passed away, with Clark doing the voice for the popular character in both Toy Story 3 and 4. While he wasn't the originator of the role, he has certainly done a fantastic job as there were big shoes to fill with the voice of Slinky Dog being incredibly iconic and well known amongst people.
Clark has been involved in many other projects outside of Toy Story, with the actor being one of the group that Adam Sandler brings in for many of his movies, with Clark being in nearly a dozen of his films, helping him create a $5 million net worth.
8 Wallace Shawn (Net Worth: $8 Million)
Rex is one of the most popular characters in the Toy Story franchise, playing key roles in all four movies, with Wallace Shawn giving the voice to the loveable and friendly toy dinosaur in each film.
Pixar was smart when casting the voice of Rex in order to find someone who was soft, but exciteable, rather than a traditional box standard scary dinosaur that could have been so easy to cast. Shawn has a net worth of $8 million having also done voiceover work in Family Guy, and although he has acted in other television and movie roles, he has also done a lot of work in theatre to earn that money.
7 Joan Cusack (Net Worth: $8 Million)
Joan Cusack is a very experienced actress who plays the role of Jessie within the Toy Story world, joining the cast from Toy Story 2, in which she plays a major role, and she has continued to be a hit in the franchise ever since.
Jessie was the first main female character in the Toy Story world to get involved in all of the action, and because of that, she became an incredibly popular character within that world. Away from Toy Story, Cusack may be best known for her role in The School Of Rock or her current role in the American remake of the television series, Shameless, which has seen her grow a net worth of $8 million.
6 Annie Potts (Net Worth: $8 Million)
Speaking of someone who plays an iconic female toy in the franchise, Annie Potts is the voice actor for Bo-Peep, who was the main character for the most recent Toy Story 4, returning to the franchise.
Bo-Peep, who is Woody's love interest was part of the original movie, but then isn't part of either Toy Story 2 or 3, with Pixar making the decision to bring back the character as a lost toy for the fourth installment. However, it is actually her role in the Ghostbusters franchise that helped establish Potts as a household name and certainly played a major role in helping her grow her $8 million net worth.
5 Tony Hale (Net Worth: $9 Million)
Tony Hale has only been part of one movie within the Toy Story franchise, which was the most recent, Toy Story 4. However, he played a huge role in the film, voicing the popular character, Forky.
While he doesn't actually get to voice a real toy, with Forky being a plastic fork with eyes, arms, and legs stuck on, he does create some of the funniest moments in the history of the franchise. However, the majority of Hale's $9 million net worth actually comes from his role in the popular television show, Arrested Development, where he is one of the main characters.
4 Don Rickles (Net Worth: $30 Million)
Don Rickles had a net worth of $30 million when he, unfortunately, passed away in 2017 after creating an unbelievable legacy of work behind him, with Rickles being mainly known for his stand-up comedy work.
Rickles is witty and sharp-tongued, which is why he was the perfect casting for Mr. Potato Head who certainly had his grouchy and grumpy moments, but was also hilarious at times as well. Although he passed away before Toy Story 4 was produced, Pixar honored his family's request and used Rickles' voice throughout the movie from old footage that they had of him.
3 John Ratzenberger (Net Worth: $80 Million)
John Ratzenberger is the voice of Hamm in the Toy Story franchise, providing one of the most recognisable voices in the entire franchise with his witty remarks, often questioning the decisions of the group.
While Hamm isn't the bravest of characters in Toy Story, the money bank pig is one of the funniest, which is why the character always gets plenty of lines within all four of the Toy Story movies. However, Toy Story isn't the only Pixar involvement Ratzenberger has, as he actually has voiced a character in every single Pixar film ever made, helping him grow an impressive net worth of $80 million.
2 Tim Allen (Net Worth: $80 Million)
Tim Allen does an awesome job within the Toy Story franchise, voicing one of the main characters, Buzz Lightyear, in all four films, creating the personality for the space toy that has become beloved by fans of the franchise. While Buzz is quite a serious character, which Hanks plays perfectly, the fact he is that way makes him even funnier when he bursts out his serious one-liners, with Buzz being a lot of people's favorite character from Toy Story.
Away from the animated movie franchise, Allen has had an incredible acting career which has helped him grow a net worth of $80 million, performing in movies such as The Santa Clause, and the hit show, Home Improvement.
1 Tom Hanks (Net Worth: $350 Million)
Was it ever going to be anyone else at the top of this list? Tom Hanks is one of the most iconic and decorated actors of all time, and at the same time, he remains to be one of the nicest people in Hollywood as well, which is a credit to his personality.
Hanks has appeared in countless amazing movies such as Forrest Grump, Saving Private Ryan, and Big, but possibly his most impressive role has come from being the voice of Woody, one of the most beloved characters in movie history. Tom Hanks puts so much effort and passion into his role as Woody, with the cowboy being incredibly animated which is all down to how hard Hanks works in the studio, and his success in this role has helped him grow a net worth of $350 million.