One episode of Shaun the Sheep, entitled Party Animals, had one of the sheep dress up as a Dalek for the Farmer's birthday party. The Farmer is briefly scared by his entrance, and the Dalek-sheep has trouble getting up the stairs.
For the Wallace & Gromit franchise, Peter Sallis provided the voice of Wallace until his retirement in 2010. Bob Baker wrote the short films The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave, and A Matter of Loaf and Death, as well as the 2005 theatrical film Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, and all six episodes of Wallace & Gromit's World of Invention.
Peter Hawkins provided the canine vocals for the otherwise mute Gromit in A Grand Day Out and A Close Shave. The latter film also featured the voice of Anne Reid. The feature-length Curse of the Were-Rabbit featured the voices of Peter Kay, Nicholas Smith, Dicken Ashworth, and Edward Kelsey.
Bill Nighy, Ian McKellen, David Suchet, and Miriam Margolyes appeared in 2006's computer-animated Flushed Away. Nighy later appeared again in 2011's, also computer-animated Arthur Christmas, alongside Jim Broadbent.