Truly palpable love for the small, furry, constantly-annoyed Rocket Raccoon broke out this past summer with the release of James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy, but the truth is that Marvel has been spending years getting audiences ready for this characters. Over the last couple of years, Rocket went from being a relative nobody in the Marvel universe to being featured in all kinds of video games and animated shows – all to get fans aware and pumped for his big screen debut. In that time, Marvel hired a number of truly talented performers to bring him to life, and while all of you know who Bradley Cooper is, you may be surprised by who else has done it.

Since 2011, fans who have been following along with Marvel’s every move has seen many different interpretations of Rocket, with each actor taking a look at the character, seeing something different, and providing him with different accents and attitudes. But who exactly are these guys? We’ve taken it upon ourselves to break it down for you below.

Rocket Raccoon
Greg Ellis
While Bradley Cooper is the most well-known of the actors who have voiced Rocket, Greg Ellis has the distinction of being the first to do so. Creating a cockney version of the Guardians team member, Ellis most recently played him on a 2012 episode of the animated show The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, but he first brought life to the diminutive hero in the video game Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds back in 2011. In addition to his voice acting credits, a list that includes titles like Batman: Brave and the Bold and Star Wars: Rebels, Ellis is also a live-action actor who will very soon be seen on the new season of the rebooted Hawaii Five-0.

Four more actors who voiced Rocket and the video that showcases each voice ahead...

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