Disney’s ‘Monsters at Work’ Season Two Guest Cast Unveiled At New York Comic Con


Monsters at Work executive producer Kevin Deters revealed the second season guest cast today at New York Comic Con, along with a sneak peek screening ahead of its debut in 2024.          

Season two guest stars reprising their roles from the Monsters Inc. franchise include Aubrey Plaza (The White Lotus) as Claire Wheeler, Nathan Fillion (ABC’s The Rookie) as Johnny Worthington III, and Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live) as Chet Alexander. 

Additional guest cast includes Jennifer Coolidge (The White Lotus), Rhys Darby (Our Flag Means Death), Janelle James (Abbott Elementary), Jenifer Lewis (ABC’s black-ish), Ali Wong (Beef), Bowen Yang (Saturday Night Live), Paula Pell (Saturday Night Live), Danny Pudi (Community), Cody Rigsby (Peloton instructor, Author, TV personality), Jimmy Tatro (ABC’s Home Economics), Danny Trejo (Machete), Joe Lo Truglio (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Alan Tudyk (Resident Alien). 

The series stars Billy Crystal (Mike Wazowski), John Goodman (James P Sullivan aka Sulley), Ben Feldman (Tylor Tuskmon), Mindy Kaling (Val Little), Henry Winkler (Fritz), Lucas Neff (Duncan) and Alanna Ubach (Cutter). 

Monsters At Work is inspired by Disney and Pixar’s Academy Award-winning Monsters, Inc

From Disney Branded Television and produced by Disney Television Animation, Monsters at Work season two is executive produced by Disney animation veteran and Emmy Award-winner Kevin Deters (Wreck-It Ralph, Prep & Landing). Emmy Award-winner Stevie Wermers-Skelton (Prep & Landing) is supervising director, Colleen Evanson (DuckTales) is story editor, and Melissa Kurtz (Planes: Fire & Rescue) is producer. 

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