Coco cast & characters
“Coco” recounts the tale of youthful Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), who’s illegal to play music by his family so he goes to the late Mexican guitarist Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt) for motivation. Essentially contacting Ernesto’s guitar takes him to the Land of the Dead where he meets Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal), a charmer who incidentally turns out to be a skeleton. Together, the improbable couple tries to reveal the genuine story of Miguel’s family.
Anthony Gonzalez (“Ice Box,” “The Last Ship”) loans his voice to Miguel, a 12-year-old hopeful artist who battles against his family’s age- old prohibition on music. At the point when a mystical disaster lands him in the Land of the Dead, Miguel searches out his godlike object, Ernesto de la Cruz, to assist him with getting back to the Land of the Living before it’s past the point of no return.
Gael Garcia Bernal (“Mozart in the Jungle”) rejuvenates Hector, an enchanting prankster in the Land of the Dead who is compelled to enroll help from Miguel to visit the Land of the Living.
Benjamin Bratt (“Star,” “Specialist Strange”) is the voice of Miguel’s venerated image Ernesto de la Cruz, the most well known performer throughout the entire existence of Mexico. Worshipped by fans worldwide until his less than ideal demise, the enchanting and alluring performer is significantly more darling in the Land of the Dead ifvod.
Ana Ofelia Muruia
(“Mozart in the Jungle,” “Bandidas”) voices Miguel’s valued incredible grandma Mama in Coco cast. She is exceptionally old and delicate, yet that doesn’t prevent Miguel from offering his every day experiences to her.
(“Weeds,” “The Apostle”) gives the legitimate voice of Abuelita, Miguel’s grandma and a definitive implementer of the Rivera family’s prohibition on music. She adores her family without a doubt and will effectively secure them. However, when she becomes furious, she employs a mean shoe.
(“Jane the Virgin,” “Elena of Avalor,”Secret Lives of Pets’ ‘) is the voice of Papa, Miguel’s strong dad who trusts that sometime Miguel will go along with him in the family shoe making business.
(“Gloria”) gives the voice of Miguel’s caring Mama who tenderly urges her child to accept their family’s practices.
(“What direction Is Up,” chief “La Bamba ” and “Cisco Kid”) is the voice of Tio Berto, Miguel’s uncle, a diligent employee in the Rivera family shoe making business.
(“Blissful Feet,” “Murder in the First”) loans his voice to a cordial Mariachi who Miguel experiences in Santa Cecilia Plaza.
Edward James Olmos
(“Sharp edge Runner,” “Stand and Deliver”) loans his voice to Chicharron, a curmudgeonly companion of Hector’s who is tragically being forgotten-an awful condition in the Land of the Dead.
(“Meet the Fockers,” “Sweethearts’ Guide to Divorce”) gives the voice of Mama Imelda in coco cast, Miguel’s incredible extraordinary grandma, the matron of the Rivera family and the organizer of their fruitful shoe making business. Miguel meets Mamá Imelda in the Land of the Dead and finds she doesn’t share his energy for music.
(“My Bloody Valentine,” “Big name Wife Swap”) voices Tia Rosita, Miguel’s late auntie who dwells in the Land of the Dead.
(“Three Amigos,” chief/maker “Like Water for Chocolate,” chief “A Walk in the Clouds”) is the voice of Papa Julio, Miguel’s late incredible granddad who he meets in Land of the Dead.
(“Larry Crowne,” “Ben 10: Alien Swarm”) loans his voice to both Tio Oscar and Tio Felipe in coco cast, Miguel’s late indistinguishable twin uncles who he meets in the Land of the Dead.
(“Planes,” “The Nut Job,” “The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature”) gives the voice of the Head Clerk in the Land of the Dead’s “Branch of Family Reunions.”