Jesse Corti is a Venezuelan-American actor and voice actor, well known for playing Courfeyrac in the original Broadway show, Les Misérables.
He is best credited for providing the voice-over roles in various Walt Disney Animation Studios feature films, such as LeFou in Beauty and the Beast, March Hare in Bonkers, the Spanish dignitary in Frozen, and Mr. Manchas in Zootopia. He also voiced the voice for the Submarine Captain Hero in Higglytown Heroes and Jade in Gargoyles.
Outside of Disney, he appeared films, like The Corporate Ladder, Love & Basketball, Gone in 60 Seconds, Bringing Down the House, Hulk, Stiletto, and provided the singing voice of Charlie B. Barkin in All Dogs Go to Heaven 2. His television appearances include 24, Heroes, Desperate Housewives, The West Wing, Judging Amy, Law & Order, One Life to Live, CSI: Miami, Providence, Boy Meets World, Walker, Texas Ranger, and JAG.
His also provided hos voice for shows, like The Tom & Jerry Kids Show, Droopy, Master Detective, Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys, Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?, The Batman, and NFL Rush Zone.
|1991||Beauty and the Beast||Le Fou|
|1992||The Little Mermaid||Additional voices|
|1992||Darkwing Duck||Cement Head|
|2005||Higglytown Heroes||Jax, Submarine Captain Hero|
|2007-2012||Handy Manny||Francisco, Ticks, Relando|
|2015||Goldie & Bear||Itsy|
- Jesse Corti, being Venezuelan-born, also provided the Spanish voice for LeFou for the Spanish version of Beauty and the Beast.
- However, he did not do his own Spanish voice for the Spanish Dignitary and Manchas in either Spanish dub of Frozen and Zootopia, respectively.
- The son of Jesse Corti, Jesse David Corti, is the voice actor for Neku Sakuraba in the Square Enix developed game The World End with You, who would later make an appearance in the Disney/Square RPG crossover game, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.
- Jesse Corti (the original voice actor for LeFou in Beauty and the Beast) and Josh Gad (the actor of LeFou for Disney's live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast) are the first actors of alternate version of the same Disney property to have contributed to a Disney movie together (as the Spanish Dignitary and Olaf, respectively, in Frozen).