Beloved children's character Baby Shark now has his own cinematic adventure in Baby Shark's Big Movie.
Packed full of a colorful cast, the cartoon-musical-sensation-turned-animated-TV-star is getting the cinematic treatment thanks to Nickelodeon.
The movie aired on Nickelodeon's linear TV network on Friday, December 8, 2023, and has made its way onto Paramount+, where it will live ready to stream in perpetuity.
Every Main Actor & Character in Baby Shark's Big Movie
Kimiko Glenn - Brooklyn “Baby” Shark
Of course, no Baby Shark movie would be complete without its titular, elasmobranch Brooklyn “Baby” Shark. Just like in the Baby Shark show, Kimiko Glenn brings this bubbly finned friend to life, as he is forced to leave his familiar surroundings, making a move to Chomp City.
Glenn can also be heard/seen as Peni Parker in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Brook Soso in Netflix's Orange Is the New Black, and Horse in Centaurworld.
Luke Youngblood - William
Luke Youngblood brings to life William, the next-door neighbor of Baby Shark and his best friend all the ocean. When his bestie leaves Carnivore Cove, William is left to swim alone, missing the closest aquatic acquaintance.
Youngblood is probably best known for playing Lee Jordan in the Harry Potter films but has also appeared in Community and Glee.
Natasha Rothwell - Mommy Shark
Playing Mommy Shark (aka the mother of Brooklyn "Baby" Shark) is Natasha Rothwell. Mommy Shark is supportive of her little guppy, but when the opportunity for the family comes to move to Chomp City, she does break Baby Shark's heart a bit with the young pup having to say goodbye to the town she knows and loves.
Rothwell's other work includes Saturday Night Live, Insecure, and The Characters
Eric Edelstein - Daddy Shark
Eric Edelstein plays the patriarch of the Shark family, simply known as Daddy Shark. Daddy is the father of Baby Shark and part of the reason the family is packing up and moving to Chomp City.
Fans may also be familiar with Edelstein for his work in Jurassic World, Green Room, and The Hills Have Eyes 2.
Debra Wilson - Grandma Shark
Grandma Shark (played by Debra Wilson) is Baby's grandmother and one of the elderly members of the Shark family. She loves her grandson and wants the best for him in the family's big move.
Wilson is a renowned name in the voice acting scene best known for playing Cere Junda in the Star Wars Jedi video game series, Debbie in Dreamworks' Over the Hedge, and Amanda Waller in Batman: The Enemy Within.
Patrick Warburton - Grandpa Shark
Married to Debra Wilson's Grandma Shark is Partick Warburton's Grandpa Shark. He is the grandfather of Baby Shark and is known for his green color and perfectly quaffed mustache.
Warburton's other credits include Family Guy, Get Smart, and Disney's animated classic The Emperor's New Groove.
Ashley Tisdale - Stariana
Taking on the role of Baby Shark's Big Movie's primary villain is Stariana (played by Ashley Tisdale). Stariana is a ruthless and calculating pop starfish, who - after consulting a magic pearl - aims to take down Baby Shark who has been deemed the catchiest in the sea.
Tisdale has previously appeared in the High School Musical franchise, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and Phineas and Ferb.
Aparna Nancherla - Gillie
Aparna Nancherla joins the Baby Shark franchise in the animated movie as Gillie. Gillie is a scatter-brained boxfish and the assistant to the villainous Stariana. She may have the best intentions but still partakes in making Stariana's dastardly plans come to fruition in Chomp City.
Nancherla's can also be seen in A Simple Favor, Mythic Quest, and Crashing.
Ego Nwodim - Leah
Ego Nwodim brings to life Leah in Baby Shark's Big Movie. Leah is a lantern shark who is the best friend of Natasha Rothwell's Mommy Shark going all the way back to their days in college.
Nwodim is a current cast member of Saturday Night Live whose other credits include Futurama, It's a Party, and Good Burger 2.
Chloe Fineman - Lannie
Lannie (voiced by Chloe Fineman) is the excitable young daughter of Leah. After moving to Chomp City, Baby and Lannie cross paths as their mothers rekindle their friendship from long ago.
ENHYPEN - K-pop band of Belugas
K-pop group ENHYPEN plays an underwater band of belugas, as Baby Shark ventures into the world of catchy pop tunes. This is just one of many music-related cameos in the film, with the beloved South Korean boy band showing off their talent in the animated blockbuster.
This marks ENHYPEN's major motion picture debut after having made appearances in Korean TV series I-Land, Playground, and The Path We Take.
Lance Bass - TV Announcer Lance Bass
Former NSYNC band member Lance Bass plays a fishy version of himself in Baby Shark's Big Movie. In the world of Baby Shark is a fan-favorite TV announcer, known for helping break stars in the music industry.
Bass' other acting credits include Zoolander, BoJack Horseman, and Kim Possible.
Cardi B - Sharki B
As Baby Shark breaks into the world of pop stardom she will cross paths with Cardi B's Sharki B. Sharki B is a Chomp City rap icon, known across the seas for her catchy tunes and sick flows.
Cardi B is a renowned hip-hop artist in her own right, having also acted in movies and TV series like Hustlers and F9: The Fast Saga.
Offset - Offshark
Cardi B's real-life husband Offset also appears in the animated film as the rapping fish known as Offshark.
Offset is a rapper and a former member of the hip-hop group Migos. His other acting credits include NCIS: Los Angeles and Atlanta.
Kulture - Kulture Sharki
Kulture's Kulture Sharki is the in-universe daughter of Sharki B and Offshark.
Kulture is the real-life daughter of Cardi B and Offset, having only appeared in a single episode of Baby Shark's Big Show before this.
Wave - Wavey Shark
Wavey Shark (played by Wave) is Kulture Sharki's younger brother and the son of Sharki B and Offshark.
Wave is the real-life son of Offset and Cardi B.
Baby Shark's Big Movie is now streaming on Paramount+.