The Cartoon Characters You Never Realized Were Voiced By Kiernan Shipka

Impressively landing her first role on "ER" when she was just 5 months old (via TV Guide), Kiernan Shipka has become a very familiar face on American television. At just 6 years old (via MTV), Shipka solidified her career in the industry when she played the role of Don and Betty Draper's precocious daughter Sally (via Slate) on AMC's "Mad Men."

Since then, Shipka has starred in "Feud: Bette and Joan," "Don't Trust The B—— in Apartment 23," and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (via IMDb), eventually leading to her starring role as Sabrina Spellman in "The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina" (via Netflix). That spellbinding show sadly came to an end after four seasons (via Screen Rant), but Shipka has since announced that she'll be returning to the role for an episode of "Riverdale" (via Instagram).

Aside from her increasingly successful small-screen presence, Shipka has lent her voice to a variety of cartoon characters -– including a major character in a popular Nickelodeon series.

The actress voiced a major character in a Studio Ghibli film

Kiernan Shipka's first foray into voice acting came with a pretty major role in Nickelodeon's animated series "The Legend of Korra" (via IMDb). A sequel to the immensely successful "Avatar: The Last Airbender," Shipka played the supporting role of Jinora as well as other voices throughout the series (via YouTube). Shipka voiced Jinora throughout the series' four-year run and also reprised her role in a video game (via Platinum Games). At the same time, Shipka also provided the voice to a character on the Disney Junior show "Sofia the First" as Oona the mermaid (via YouTube).

Soon after her roles as Jinora and Oona, Shipka lent her voice to Marnie in the English dub of "When Marnie Was There," a Studio Ghibli film based on the 1967 British novel by same name (via the Guardian). The actress is also the voice behind Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman in the "Marvel Avengers Academy" video game and has had small roles in an episodes of "American Dad!," "Family Guy," and "Neo Yokio."