Christopher Daniel Barnes

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Christopher Daniel Barnes
Born(1972-11-07) November 7, 1972 (age 39)
Portland, Maine
OccupationFilm, television, voice actor
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Christopher Daniel Barnes
Born(1972-11-07) November 7, 1972 (age 39)
Portland, Maine
OccupationFilm, television, voice actor

Christopher Daniel Barnes (born November 7, 1972), also known professionally as C.D. Barnes and C.B. Barnes, is an American actor. He is best known for his voice roles as the title superhero of the 1990s Fox animated television series Spider-Man, as well as his on-screen portrayal of Greg Brady in the films The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel. He was also once the national teenage spokesperson for Greenpeace.




Vocally, he is best known for his lead role in the 1994-1998 Spider-Man cartoon series, which remains to be the longest-running TV show based on the superhero. He later provided the voice of Spider-Man Noir in the 2010 video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions,[1] and Spider-Man 2099 in the 2011 video game Spider-Man: Edge of Time.

Other voice over work

He has done voices for other animated series including several characters in Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Target McStone in Jackie Chan Adventures and Stripes the Tiger in Sonic Underground. He has done voice acting in video games including as Police Quest III: The Kindred, Return to Krondor, as Scott Donovan in the Law & Order titles Law and Order: Dead on the Money and Law and Order: Double or Nothing.

Live-action roles

In the 1986-1987 TV series Starman, he played the teenage boy Scott, the son of the Starman.

He was also in a short-lived sitcom called Day by Day and played Greg Brady in the Brady Bunch parody movies (1995 and 1996). He starred as Leonard Rickets in the sitcom Malcolm & Eddie. He has also appeared in Beverly Hills, 90210, Clueless, Wings, Blossom, JAG, The Golden Girls, Touched by an Angel, Herman's Head, Time Trax, 7th Heaven, Empty Nest, Girlfriends, CBS Schoolbreak Special and ABC Weekend Specials.

Disney Work

At age 16 in 1989, he was chosen to voice Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid and he reprised the role of Eric in 2002 on Kingdom Hearts. He wasn't able to reprise the role of Eric in The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea in 2000 and was replaced by Rob Paulsen. He did the voice of Prince Charming in the sequels of Cinderella II: Dreams Come True and Cinderella III: A Twist in Time.


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Preceded by
Dan Gilvezan
Voice or portrayal of Spider-Man
Succeeded by
Rino Romano