The Backyardigans - Characters and Voice Cast

Characters and Voice Cast

Each of the five characters on the show have two voice actors: one for the speaking, and the other for singing. In the English version, all the voice actors and singers are actual children.

The dancing on the show is first performed by live-action dancers, and their movements are later transported to animation. Choreographer, Beth Bogush, describes the process: "What we do is we film the live footage in the studio, send that off and they do a Leica, and then they send it to the animators. The animators watch, and were pretty precise. What we film for that day is pretty close to what you see in the character."

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