The Simpsons is one of the most iconic and influential television shows in history, spanning over two decades with over 600 episodes having been animated, helping the yellow family become one of the most well known in the world.
Who would have thought that a world of crazy yellow characters would have become as big of a hit as it has become, with everyone having seen at least one episode of the cartoon, but a lot of people don't actually know who voices the characters?
The world might know who Bart Simpson and Homer Simpson are, but not everyone knows who helps put the personality into them in the studio, and within this list, we will provide that information, revealing the net worth of those actors as well.
Tress MacNeille has been working on The Simpsons from 1990, making her one of the longest-serving voice actresses on the show, which is one of the reasons she has been able to build up a net worth of $10 million.
On the cartoon show, MacNeille voices a variety of Springfield favorites such as Agnes Skinner, Opal, and the Crazy Cat Lady, amongst many others.
Away from The Simpsons, MacNeille has performed in a variety of shows such as; Disney's House of Mouse, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Rugrats, All Grown Up!, and Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
Frank Welker doesn't actually voice any humans on The Simpsons, but he is known for his roles voicing the vast majority of the animals of the show such as Santa's Little Helper and Snowball.
It is through voicing animals that the comedian has grown his net worth to $15 million, with one of his most iconic roles outside of Springfield also involving an animal, as he has voiced Scooby-Doo before as well.
On Scooby-Doo, Welker actually started as the voice of Fred, which is perhaps his biggest and most well-known role to date.
Pamela Hayden is a recurring member of The Simpsons cast and although she isn't part of the tight-knit main group, Hayden is someone who has been providing voices for the show since 1989.
Some of the characters that she has worked on include Todd Flanders, Miss Springfield, and Rod Flanders, however, her most well-known character is without a doubt, Millhouse Van Houten, which is one of the biggest characters in the history of the show.
It is through her work on shows such as The Simpsons, Recess, and Hey Arnold! That she has been able to grow a net worth of $25 million throughout her career as a voice actress.
Julie Kavner has the distinct honor of portraying one of the most famous characters in television history as she provides the voice of Marge Simpson, who is without a doubt, one of the greatest characters in the history of The Simpsons.
Marge is often the voice of reason and her distinct and distinguishable voice is one that many will recognize around the world, which is why Kavner is able to earn $300,000 per episode.
Kavner has a net worth of $50 million, which has mainly come from her role as Marge, although she does do some writing as well as other voice over work when she isn't taping for the hit television show.
Nancy Cartwright is another of The Simpsons core cast, with Nancy portraying the voice for two members of The Simpsons family, although one of them doesn't require too much work as she does the sounds for Maggie.
Despite the fact she is a woman, Nancy actually portrays the voice of Bart Simpson, being able to get his high pitched voice to perfection, with the classic laugh and comments helping her grow a net worth of $60 million.
Nancy also does the voice for many other characters on the show such as Nelson and Ralph Wiggum, making her one of the most iconic voice-over actresses in the world.
Despite the fact Kelsey Grammer is so high on this list, the legendary actor only actually voices one character on The Simpsons, however, it is one of the shows most popular and iconic characters, Sideshow Bob.
Krusty The Clown's evil sidekick is a regular recurring character on the show, with Bob being desperate to kill Bart Simpson, and it is Kelsey Grammer who provides the classic voice to that.
Despite being a key part of the show, Grammer is best known for his roles outside of The Simpsons in shows such as Frasier, and Cheers, helping him gain a net worth of $60 million.
Like many voice actors who are part of The Simpsons, Harry Shearer is someone who plays a wide variety of characters on the show, rather than just one specific character, which has helped him grow a net worth of $65 million.
Shearer has portrayed some of the biggest characters in the history of the show with the likes of Ned Flanders and Mr. Burns, with Shearer having the ability to portray totally different sounds, which is a brilliant skill.
Interestingly, Shearer recently walked away from the cartoon show, leaving a $14 million deal on the table after 26 years on the television show in order to pursue other ventures, meaning somebody new has to fill his role.
"Doh!" That is a line that everybody is well aware of, and it is Dan Castellaneta that is the man who gets to say it, likely more than anybody else has ever said that word in the history of the English language.
With an estimated net worth of $75 million, The Simpsons is a show that has served Castellaneta very well, with Homer Simpson being his main career role, although he does a number of other parts in the show.
Castellaneta also performs the voices of Barney Gumble and Krusty the Clown and has also been used in other major cartoon shows such as Futurama, showing just how talented he is.
Hank Azaria is someone who many people will likely know because of his role on the hit show, Friends, but it working on The Simpsons that has been his main role, with Azaria portraying multiple characters on every season.
Azaria currently earns $300,000 per episode of The Simpsons, which is an incredible amount of money for voice over work but considering how many different characters he covers, it isn't a big surprise.
Azaria, who has a net worth of $80 million, does the voices of Comic Book Guy, Chief Wiggum, and Apu just to name a few, showing how valuable he is to the success of the show.
Yeardley Smith, who has a brilliant net worth of $85 million, which isn't a major surprise considering that she voices one of the main characters in Lisa Simpson, which is an incredibly iconic voice.
Smith is someone who you might not recognize if you saw her on the streets, but you would certainly recognise her voice should you hear her talk, but it is surprising to think of a celebrity actress with such a high net worth that you might not recognise.
Away from The Simpsons, Smith is a keen comedian who puts on sketch shows and even performed her own one-woman autobiographical show, which she continues to do alongside the cartoon show.