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Also Known As: Carlos Jaime Alazraqui Died:
Born: July 20, 1962 Cause of Death:
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A prolific voice-over actor, Carlos Alazraqui has been involved in a multitude of animated productions. An Argentine-American who began performing stand-up comedy in his youth, Alazraqui got his voice-acting career off the ground when he was selected to portray the title character on the animated show "Rocko's Modern Life" (Nickelodeon, 1993-96). During the late 1990s, he also snagged the commercial gig of providing the speaking voice for the Taco Bell Chihuahua, a stint that enjoyed massive popularity for a few years. This opened the voice-work floodgates, with Alazraqui contributing to dozens of animated TV series. In 2003, he finally won a regular on-screen part, appearing as one of the bumbling cops on "Reno 911!" (Comedy Central, 2003-09). His sitcom run didn't get in the way of his voice-over work, though, and he went on to play the lead on "Camp Lazlo!" (Cartoon Network, 2005-08), among a slew of other animated characters. Given Alazraqui's convincing way with almost any accent, he has remained constantly in demand in the world of animation.

A prolific voice-over actor, Carlos Alazraqui has been involved in a multitude of animated productions. An Argentine-American who began performing stand-up comedy in his youth, Alazraqui got his voice-acting career off the ground when he was selected to portray the title character on the animated show "Rocko's Modern Life" (Nickelodeon, 1993-96). During the late 1990s, he also snagged the commercial gig of providing the speaking voice for the Taco Bell Chihuahua, a stint that enjoyed massive popularity for a few years. This opened the voice-work floodgates, with Alazraqui contributing to dozens of animated TV series. In 2003, he finally won a regular on-screen part, appearing as one of the bumbling cops on "Reno 911!" (Comedy Central, 2003-09). His sitcom run didn't get in the way of his voice-over work, though, and he went on to play the lead on "Camp Lazlo!" (Cartoon Network, 2005-08), among a slew of other animated characters. Given Alazraqui's convincing way with almost any accent, he has remained constantly in demand in the world of animation.

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CAST: (feature film)

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2.
 Emoji Movie, The (2017)
3.
 Despicable Me 3 (2017)
4.
 Sing (2016)
6.
7.
 Inside Out (2014)
8.
 Inside Out (2014)
9.
 Free Birds (2013) Amos
10.
 Planes (2013)
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1993:
Made his TV debut as Rocko on "Rocko's Modern Life"
1997:
Debuted as the Taco Bell Chihuahua in a series of popular ads
1998:
Began his stint on "CatDog"
2001:
Started his run on "The Fairly OddParents"
2003:
Joined the cast of "Reno 911!"
2005:
Played Lazlo on "Camp Lazlo!"
2006:
Featured as Felipe on "Handy Manny"
2013:
Voiced El Chupacabra in Disney's "Planes"
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Education

California State University, Sacramento: - 1982 - 1986

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