The Cat in the Hat

The Cat in the Hat

“The Cat in the Hat” is a beloved children’s book written by Dr. Seuss. The book was adapted into a live-action film in 2003. Here is the cast of the 2003 film adaptation of “The Cat in the Hat”:

  1. Mike Myers as The Cat in the Hat: Mike Myers portrayed the mischievous and zany Cat in the Hat, who wreaks havoc in the home of Sally and Conrad while their mother is away.
  2. Alec Baldwin as Lawrence Quinn: Alec Baldwin played the role of Lawrence Quinn, the overbearing neighbor and potential love interest of the children’s mother.
  3. Kelly Preston as Joan Walden: Kelly Preston portrayed Joan Walden, the mother of Sally and Conrad, who leaves her children in the care of a babysitter while she is away.
  4. Dakota Fanning as Sally Walden: Dakota Fanning played Sally Walden, one of the children whose house is turned upside down by the Cat in the Hat.
  5. Spencer Breslin as Conrad Walden: Spencer Breslin played Conrad Walden, Sally’s mischievous and trouble-making brother.
  6. Amy Hill as Mrs. Kwan: Amy Hill played the babysitter Mrs. Kwan, who is tasked with looking after Sally and Conrad in their mother’s absence.
  7. Sean Hayes as Mr. Humberfloob/Voice of the Fish: Sean Hayes provided the voice of the pet fish in the fishbowl and also played Mr. Humberfloob, the uptight supervisor of Joan Walden.
  8. Danielle Chuchran as Thing One: Danielle Chuchran played Thing One, one of the troublemaking creatures created by the Cat in the Hat.
  9. Talia-Lynn Prairie as Thing Two: Talia-Lynn Prairie played Thing Two, the other troublemaking creature created by the Cat in the Hat.
  10. Paris Hilton as Female Club-Goer: Paris Hilton made a cameo appearance as a club-goer in the film.

“The Cat in the Hat” movie brought the beloved Dr. Seuss character to life with a talented cast and a mix of live-action and CGI elements, bringing the whimsical world of the book to the big screen.

Yen Doan

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