A Star-Studded Cast: Meet the Characters and Guest Stars of Big Mouth Season 7

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Big Mouth Season 7 is here, and it's bringing a whole new cast of exciting guest stars to join its beloved franchise mainstays. From hilarious comedians to talented actors, this season promises to be an...

Big Mouth Season 7 is here, and it's bringing a whole new cast of exciting guest stars to join its beloved franchise mainstays. From hilarious comedians to talented actors, this season promises to be an absolute treat for fans. So, let's dive in and meet the characters and the talented voices behind them in this groundbreaking animated series!

Nick Kroll - The Man of Many Voices

Nick Kroll Nick Kroll not only co-created Big Mouth, but he also lends his voice to several characters in the series. One of the lead protagonists, Nick Birch, is brought to life by Kroll. From navigating the struggles of puberty to pursuing his dream of becoming a comedian, Nick's journey is both relatable and hilarious. Kroll also voices Maury, the Hormone Monster, and other memorable characters in the show. With his background in stand-up comedy and appearances in popular shows like The League and Kroll Show, Kroll brings his comedic expertise to every role he portrays.

John Mulaney - Andrew Glouberman

John Mulaney Andrew Glouberman, voiced by John Mulaney, is Nick's best friend who is also navigating the challenges of growing up. Andrew's neurotic tendencies and insecurities make him a relatable character for many viewers. Mulaney, known for his stand-up comedy and roles in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Saturday Night Live, brings Andrew to life with his wit and charm.

Jessi Klein - Jessi Glaser

Jessi Klein Intelligent and witty, Jessi Glaser is voiced by Jessi Klein. Despite her negative outlook on life, Jessi always stands by her friends, Nick and Andrew, through thick and thin. Alongside her journey through puberty, Jessi is also on the road to recovery from depression. Klein, known for her work in Inside Amy Schumer and Transparent, brings depth and authenticity to the character.

Jason Mantzoukas - Jay Bilzerian

Jason Mantzoukas Jason Mantzoukas lends his voice to the character of Jay Bilzerian, a horny teenager who copes with his problems through magic tricks and unusual antics. As Nick and Andrew's good friend, Jay adds a unique dynamic to the group. Known for his roles in The League, The Good Place, and Parks and Recreation, Mantzoukas brings his signature comedic timing to every scene.

Ayo Edebiri - Missy Foreman-Greenwald

Ayo Edebiri As a close friend and a voice of reason within the group, Missy Foreman-Greenwald is voiced by Ayo Edebiri. Edebiri took over the role starting from Season 5, after Jenny Slate's departure. Missy, an intelligent geek, is known for her unwavering loyalty to her friends. Edebiri has an extensive acting background, with notable roles in Bottoms, The Bear, and Abbott Elementary.

Maya Rudolph - The Voice Behind Multifaceted Characters

Maya Rudolph Maya Rudolph, a seasoned comedienne, lends her versatile voice to several characters in Big Mouth. She brings humor and depth to hormonal mistresses Connie and Bonnie, as well as to Diane Birch, Leah's psychologically abusive mother. Rudolph's comedic talent has been showcased in projects like The Good Place, Bridesmaids, and her tenure on Saturday Night Live.

The Supporting Cast: More Incredible Voices

The list of fantastic guest stars in Big Mouth Season 7 continues:

  • Andrew Rannells voices Matthew MacDell, an openly gay character navigating his own set of issues.
  • Fred Armisen portrays Elliot Birch, Diane's supportive husband and father to their children.
  • Jordan Peele voices the Ghost of Duke Ellington, a famous pianist who offers Nick advice from beyond the grave.
  • Richard Kind brings Marty Glouberman, Andrew's complaining father, to life.
  • Paula Pell voices Barbara Glouberman, Andrew's caring mother who just wants the best for her family.
  • Seth Morris lends his voice to Greg Glaser, Jessi's father who is on a path of self-improvement.
  • Zazie Beetz joins the cast as Danni, Nick's new high school classmate who has a diabolical side.
  • Megan Thee Stallion makes a memorable appearance as Megan, the Hormone Monstress.
  • Zach Woods voices Daniel, a character from Season 1 who returns in a surprising twist.
  • Brian Tyree Henry reprises his role as Elijah, Missy's asexual boyfriend.
  • Paul Scheer portrays Kurt Bilzerian, Jay's obnoxious older brother.
  • Thandiwe Newton voices Mona, a bisexual hormone monstress who has a chaotic yet protective vibe.
  • Chloe Fineman joins as Timon, Nick and Andrew's classmate entangled in tumultuous conflicts.
  • Jon Daly voices Pumbaa, Timon's love interest and one-half of the high school's power couple.
  • Mark Duplass joins the cast as Val, Jay's dangerous and psychopathic brother.
  • Zach Galifianakis lends his voice to Gratitoad, a cheerful toad who symbolizes gratitude.
  • Don Cheadle makes a special guest appearance as himself, adding a touch of star power to the show.
  • Padma Lakshmi portrays Priya, Marissa's hot mom who catches Andrew's attention.
  • Billy Porter voices Ocean, a member of the high school's choir group who inspires Matthew.
  • Lupita Nyong'o voices a Kenyan Shame Wizard attached to a young girl seeking self-improvement.
  • Niharika NM portrays an Indian student struggling with puberty and discovering her own hormone monstress.
  • Stephanie Beatriz joins as Lulu, the high school mean girl and Jessi's biggest bully.
  • Maitreyi Ramakrishnan portrays Marissa, Andrew's new love interest who lives across the street.
  • Rosie Perez reprises her role from the spin-off Human Resources as Petra, Andrew's guide to success.
  • Randall Park voices Pete, the Logic Rock who represents good decision-making and logical thinking.
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda makes a delightful cameo as the composer of a hilarious pubic hair song.
  • Andy Daly voices Dr. Wendy Ingle, Nick's rude and troublesome pediatric doctor.

With such an incredible ensemble cast, Big Mouth Season 7 promises to deliver laughter, relatable storytelling, and unforgettable moments. Don't miss the latest season, now streaming on Netflix!

***Please note that all images used in this article are from the original source.

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