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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)

1.
 Planes (2013)
2.
 Free Birds (2013)
3.
 Planes (2013)
4.
 Taco Shop (2012)
5.
 Happy Feet Two (2011)
7.
 Ponyo (2008)
8.
 Space Chimps (2008)
9.
 Reno 911: Miami (2007)
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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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