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If you are a fan of British comedy, you may have heard of the sports comedy panel called A League of Their Own. It originally premiered in 2010 and has been hosted by James Corden ever since. The upcoming iteration of the show will include a new face – Romesh Ranganathan. Normally, this would be an exciting inclusion. Ranganathan is an award-winning up-and-coming comedian known for his excellent delivery and deadpan humor. However, he tweeted some rather rude things about James Corden back in 2011. Though the tweets have since been deleted, it is likely that the filming of the show might be slightly awkward between Corden and Ranganathan.
James Corden does not deserve the slights he received from Ranganathan. He is a respectable actor, comedian, and TV host. He has even won a BAFTA TV Award for the Best Comedy Performance for the show he created and starred in, Gavin & Stacey. He also hosts The Late Late Show With James Corden, and has hosted the Brit Awards five times, the 70th Annual Tony Awards, and the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
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Not many people remember, however, that James Corden is also a voice actor. He has lent his voice and delivery to many characters over the years – some of whom you may have had no idea were voiced by this British actor. Without further ado, here are Five Characters You Forgot James Corden Voiced.
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