In the popular 1994 hit movie The Lion King, Jim Cummings voiced the hysterical hyena known as Ed.
Cummings is well-known for being a superb voice imitator being able to imitate some of Disney's most legendary characters.
Jim is credited as voicing Dalles and some side characters in Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers.
Jim voices Sarge and the other soldiers in the Army Men games.
Jim provided his voice for Bad Mr. Frosty, Hougan, and Sumo Santa in Clay Fighter 63 1/3.
When Jeremy Irons's vocal cords blew out during production of The Lion King, Jim was chosen to imitate Irons's voice in the last part of Scar's song Be Prepared.
Even though Jim was nominated in 1995 for Voice Acting in the Field of Animation he lost to Nancy Cartwright.
Jim was defeated by Ellen DeGeneres in the category of Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production in 2004.
In 1995, Jim was a Annie Award Presenter for Best Animated Feature.
Jim was a Annie Award Nominee for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production
for playing the role of Kaa in The Jungle Book 2.
Cummings has often been considered to be a successor to the voice acting legend Mel Blanc.
Cummings was nominated for an Annie Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in the Field of Animation in November 1995 for Mr. Bumpy.
Cummings provided the voice for Pete in the PS2 video game "Kingdom Hearts II".
Jim guest starred as a deputy, and had a recurring role as the chief of police on Ozzy and Drix.
Cummings played both Bonkers and Lucky Piquel on Bonkers.
Jim Cummings played Darkwing Duck, Negaduck, and Herb Muddlefoot on Darkwing Duck.
Jim Cummings reprised his role as Pete from Goof Troop, and House Of Mouse for Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas.
Although he has done work on Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network, Cummings has done most work for Disney.
Jim Cummings provided the voice for Dr. Ivo Robotnik on Sonic The Hedgehog.
Although he didn't voice Tantaur in the original movie Tarzan, he voiced him in the direct-to-video sequel Tarzan and Jane, and in the spin-off television series The Legend of Tarzan.
His latest role was as Pooh and Tigger in Pooh's Heffalump Movie.
Jim Cummings has a big fan-following, and a ton of fan websites.
Jim Cummings' first job was as "Pooh" in Winnie The Pooh And A Day For Eeyore.
Cummings is best know for his voice-overs on Disney programs, that include Talespin, Chip N' Dale Rescue Rangers, and many, many more.
Done the voices of Minsc, Lord Jierdan, Kirgraag, and Gorion on Baldures Gate I and II
Jim Cummings is the Star of Winnie The Pooh. He plays both Tigger and Pooh.
Jim Cummings: I work with Famous Fone Friends and The Make-A-Wish Foundation and they'll often call me as a request that a little one wants to talk to Tigger or Darkwing Duck or Taz or Pooh. It's one of the best perks I'll ever have had to be able to call up someone who's sick and [in Pooh's voice] Pooh bear just tells them, "Take your vitamins and you'll be better." It's a real bonus.
Cummings: You know you've made it when you become a Jeopardy question.
Cummings: Once I was reading a story to my daughter, and I was going nuts doing each of the voices. She finally rolled her eyes at me and said in this exasperated little voice, 'Dad, just read the story, okay?'
Cummings: Darkwing Duck and Don Karnage are the most fun to do, because they're both probably the closest to me,I kinda improvise a lot of them, kinda ad lib.