Who Voices Cinnamon in Apple Jacks?

The voice of Cinnamon in Apple Jacks is actor Phil LaMarr.

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The Voice of Cinnamon

Apple Jacks is a breakfast cereal that has been around since the early 1960s. The cereal is made up of oat pieces and is coated with cinnamon sugar. The cereal is marketed towards children and is known for its mascot, a red-haired boy named Jack.

The original voice of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a anthropomorphic cinnamon bun and the main protagonist of the franchise. She is voiced by Ashleigh Ball.

Cinnamon was created by Kimbley Kraus for the cereal’s advertising in 2004, and she made her first official appearance in the 2006 commercial “Wake Up Call”. In the commercials, Cinnamon was portrayed as a fun-loving and carefree individual who was always up for some adventure, typically involving cereal.

In 2012, Cinnamon was given a redesign and made her first appearance in the refreshed cereal box design. In 2015, she was given another redesign and has appeared on the box ever since.

The current voice of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is currently voiced by Tara Strong. Tara Strong is a Canadian actress who has done voice work for numerous animations, including My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Rugrats, The Powerpuff Girls, and The Fairly OddParents.

The History of Apple Jacks

Apple Jacks are a breakfast cereal that have been around since the 1960s. The cereal is made up of oats, wheat, and corn and is flavored with cinnamon. The cereal was originally marketed as a healthy alternative to sugar-coated cereals.

The cereal’s origin

Apple Jacks is a breakfast cereal made by Kellogg’s. The cereal consists of two different colored breakfast cereals in one box – pink and green “apples” and yellow and white “jacks”. The cereal was introduced in 1965[1] and originally marketed under the name “Apple O’s”. The name was later changed to Apple Jacks.

The original Apple Jacks cereal was made with whole wheat flour and had a sugar coating. The ingredients were changed in the 1980s to include corn syrup and dextrose. Apple Jacks were also one of the first Kellogg’s cereals to be fortified with vitamins and minerals.

In 2015, Kellogg’s announced that it would be changing the recipe for Apple Jacks, removing the artificial flavors and colors that had been used in the cereal since its inception. The new recipe would use only natural flavors and coloring from fruits, vegetables, and spices. The reformulated cereal was released in 2016.

Apple Jacks are currently marketed under the slogan “Make Your Mornings Sapple.”

The cereal’s popularity

When Apple Jacks first debuted in 1965, the Cereal Institute ran a contest in which children sent in suggestions for the new cereal’s mascot. The winning entry was “Cinnamon,” a rascal of a jack o’lantern. In Cinnamon’s first commercial, he tries to trick kids into eating generic “brown sugar and molasses” cereal instead of Apple Jacks by disguising himself as various fruits. The commercial concluded with the tagline, “Nah, nah, nah…Apple Jacks are mellower!”

In subsequent commercials, Cinnamon engaged in such antics as trying to steal the Apple Jacks from a store shelves and vying for the affections of Miss Honeycrisp (a female jack o’lantern). In one commercial, he even went so far as to hypnotize kids into eating his “brown sugar and molasses” cereal.

The Mystery of the Missing Apple

When Cinnamon was first introduced as the spokes-character for Apple Jacks in the year 2003, no one knew who voiced her. The character was created by animator Bruce W. Smith and was modeled after one of his own daughters. It wasn’t until 2012, nine years after the character’s debut, that the voice of Cinnamon was finally revealed to be that of Tara Strong.

Theories about the missing apple

Most people think that the little brown apple in the Apple Jacks logo is just a Generic Fruit, but some believe that the apple is cinnamon. The theory goes that when the Apple Jacks were first created, they were made with real apples and cinnamon. But as the recipe was tweaked over the years, the apples were removed and only the cinnamon remained.

There are a few pieces of evidence to support this theory. First, if you look at the Apple Jacks box, you’ll see that there are no apples anywhere except for on the logo. Second, the flavor of Apple Jacks is mostly cinnamon with a hint of apple, which would make sense if there were no actual apples in the cereal.

Of course, this is all just speculation. The true identity of the little brown apple in Apple Jacks logo remains a mystery.

The true story of the missing apple

Cinnamon was one of the original four Apple Jacks, introduced in 1965 along with green Granny Smith, red Johnny Appleseed, and yellow Honest Abe. But by the early 2000s, Cinnamon was the only one of the four not voiced by professional actors. Instead, he was voiced by a series of real-life apples.

The first apple to voice Cinnamon steve jobs who was actually the inspiration for the character. Jobs had a distinctive way of talking that many people found charming, and the creator of Apple Jacks thought he would be perfect for the role. Jobs recorded several commercials for Cinnamon, but he eventually left the role to focus on his work at Apple.

For a time, it seemed like Cinnamon would find a permanent voice. But then, in 2007, Billy West took over the role and has been voicing him ever since. West is best known for his work on Futurama, but he’s also done voices for Ren & Stimpy and SpongeBob SquarePants. He’s brought a lot of personality to Cinnamon and has helped make him one of the most popular characters in Apple Jacks history.

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