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Shrek Forever After (21-Apr-2010)

Director: Mike Mitchell

Writers: Josh Klausner; Darren Lemke

Based on a book by: Music by

Producers: Gina Shay; Teresa Cheng

Keywords: Fantasy, 3D

Fourth and final installment in the DreamWorks film franchise follows the famous green ogre as he must work himself out of a bind brought about by the villainous Rumpelstiltskin.

Third sequel to Shrek (2001). Tired of his complacent middle-aged existence as a locally-popular family man, a Shrek who yearns for the days when he was a "real ogre" and pariah in the community encounters Rumpelstiltskin whilst vacationing with Fiona and children in Far Far Away, ultimately finding himself imprisoned in an alternate universe where a vicious Rumpelstiltskin reigns supreme after he is tricked into agreeing to a contract where he will be allowed to "live like a real ogre for a day". From there, Shrek must manage to win over Fiona's affections once more if he is to have a shot at escaping from his nightmarish new reality.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Andrews
1-Oct-1935   Mary Poppins
Antonio Banderas
10-Aug-1960   Zorro
Lake Bell
24-Mar-1979   Surface
John Cleese
27-Oct-1939   Monty Python
Cameron Diaz
30-Aug-1972   There's Something About Mary
Kathy Griffin
4-Nov-1960   Vicki on Suddenly Susan
Jon Hamm
10-Mar-1971   Don Draper on Mad Men
Larry King
Talk Show Host
19-Nov-1933   Larry King Live
Jane Lynch
14-Jul-1960   Cheerleading coach on Glee
Eddie Murphy
3-Apr-1961   Beverly Hills Cop
Mike Myers
25-May-1963   Austin Powers
Regis Philbin
Talk Show Host
25-Aug-1931   Live with Regis & Kathie Lee and Kelly
Mary Kay Place
23-Sep-1947   Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Kristen Schaal
24-Jan-1978   Flight of the Conchords
Ryan Seacrest
Game Show Host
24-Dec-1974   Host of American Idol
Meredith Vieira
Game Show Host
30-Dec-1953   Who Wants to Be a Millionaire


Mike Myers   ...   Shrek (voice)
Eddie Murphy   ...   Donkey (voice)
Cameron Diaz   ...   Princess Fiona (voice)
Antonio Banderas   ...   Puss in Boots (voice)
Julie Andrews   ...   Queen (voice)
John Cleese   ...   King (voice)
Walt Dohrn   ...   Rumpelstiltskin (voice)
Jon Hamm   ...   Brogan (voice)
Jane Lynch   ...   Gretched (voice)
Craig Robinson   ...   Cookie (voice)
Lake Bell   ...   Patrol Witch / Wagon Witch #2 (voice)
Kathy Griffin   ...   Dancing Witch / Wagon Witch #1 (voice)
Mary Kay Place   ...   Guard Witch (voice)
Kristen Schaal   ...   Pumpkin Witch / Palace Witch (voice)
Meredith Vieira   ...   Broomsy Witch (voice)
Ryan Seacrest   ...   Father of Butter Pants (voice)
Cody Cameron   ...   Pinocchio / Three Pigs (voice)
Larry King   ...   Doris (voice)
Regis Philbin   ...   Mabel (voice)
Christopher Knights   ...   Blind Mice (voice)
Conrad Vernon   ...   Gingerbread Man (voice)
Aron Warner   ...   Wolf (voice)
Additional Voices
Jasper Johannes Andrews   ...   Ogre Baby (voice)
Ollie Mitchell   ...   Ogre Baby (voice)
Miles Christopher Bakshi   ...   Ogre Baby / Villager Kid (voice)
Nina Zoe Bakshi   ...   Ogre Baby / Tourist Girl / Villager Girl (voice)
Walt Dohen   ...   Preist / Kreksaw Ogre
Billie Hayes   ...   Cackling Witch (voice)
Jeremy Hollingworth   ...   Villager Fan #1 (voice)
Brian Hopkins   ...   Villager Fan #3 / Ogre Gnimrach (voice)
Chris Miller   ...   Royal Messenger / Magic Mirror / Geppetto (voice)
Mike Mitchell   ...   Butter Pants, etc. (voice)
James Ryan   ...   Villager Fan #2 (voice)


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