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Los Simpson

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For for the Latin American Spanish dub of Los Simpson, see Los Simpson (Latin America).
Los Simpson (Spain)
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TV Show Information
Website: http://www.antena3.com/series/los-simpson/ http://www.foxtv.es/lossimpson


Los Simpson is the name of the European Spanish dub of The Simpsons.

History[edit]

The first episode ever aired in Spain was Some Enchanted Evening. It aired on TVE on January 20, 1991. Next day, TVE announced that series will be aired weekly on La2, the second channel of TVE.

Voice Actors[edit]

The principal cast is the following:

Carlos Ysbert Margarita de Francia Sara Vivas Isacha Mengibar
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Homer Simpson Marge Simpson
Patty
Selma
Bart Lisa

Carlos Ysbert starts to dub Homer since season 12 onwards when he replaced Carlos Revilla who died in year 2000. Margarita de Francia is the third actress providing the voice for Marge and her sisters after Amparo Soto (seasons 1-3) and Begoña Hernando (seasons 4-5). Both stopped dubbing Marge due to voice problems with his character. Sara Vivas and Isacha Mengibar provides the voice for Bart and Lisa repectively since first episode.

Other current cast members are Abraham Aguilar (Krusty, Lenny), Rafael Alonso, Jr. (Scratchy, Dolph) Juan Antonio Arroyo (Lou, Carl), Carlos del Pino (Joe Quimby), Eva Díez (Milhouse), Antonio Esquivias (Sideshow Bob,Sideshow Mel), David García (Disco Stu, Kent Brockman, Dr. Hibbert, Snake, Comic Book Guy, Captain McAllister), Javier García (Apu, Dr. Nick, Smithers), Luis Marín (Jasper, Groundskeeper Willie, Barney), José Padilla (Seymour Skinner), Laura Palacios (Miss Hoover, Nelson, Helen Lovejoy, Rod Flanders), Juan Perucho (Moe, Clancy Wiggum) Julio Sanchindrián (Abe Simpson), Claudio Serrano (Otto) and Chelo Vivares (Itchy, Cookie Kwan, Todd Flanders)

Guest stars[edit]

Most of the time, guest stars are dubbed by it regular voice actor in Spain. For example, Sideshow Bob voice actor (Antonio Esquivias) provided the voice of Kelsey Grammer in Frasier. This was an idea of Carlos Revilla, former Spanish dubbing director.

Trivia[edit]

  • Dr. Nick is dubbed with Argentinean accent by Javier García who also dubs a foreign character (Apu)