The twisted teens of UPN’s claymation comedy pilot “Hormone High” have found their respective voices.
Thesps Jerry O’Connell (“Mission to Mars”), Jon Cryer (“Getting Personal”), Adam Goldberg (“Saving Private Ryan”) and Jennifer Tilly (“Liar Liar”) are attached to provide vocal talent for the half-hour skein being piloted by Eric Fogel, creator of MTV’s “Celebrity Deathmatch.” Pilot is from the Greenblatt Janollari Studio.
Former “Punky Brewster” pipsqueak Soleil Moon Frye, Harriet Sansom Harris (“Frasier”), Arif Kinchen (“Sparks”) and Brian Doyle-Murray (“Bakersfield, P.D.”) round out the notable names in the voice cast.
Cryer will supply the voice of Timmy Lee, the 15-year-old wise-cracking troublemaker at the center of the skein. O’Connell will voice Timmy’s best bud, Tony, while Goldberg will play megadweeb Ted Glass.
Also attending Theodore Harmon High School — aka “Hormone High” — will be a sexy cheerleader (Tilly), supersmart jabberjaw Sally Chaffe (Frye), resident XXL good guy James “Flubba” Johnson (Kinchen) and the forever frustrated Principal McVey.
Harris is set to supply the voice of Timmy’s mother, Glena; Keith Szarbajka will play dad Troy. Timmy’s younger brothers Cody and Cassidy will both be brought to life by Tara Charendoff.