Dee Bradley Baker

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Dee Bradley Baker
Dee Bradley Baker by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg
Baker in 2010
Born(1962-08-31) August 31, 1962 (age 52)
Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.
ResidenceLos Angeles, California
Alma materColorado College
OccupationVoice-over artist, television host
Years active1993–present
AgentCynthia McLean[1][2]
Home townGreeley, Colorado
Spouse(s)Michelle Baker (m. 1990)
Children2
Website
www.deebaker.com
 
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Dee Bradley Baker
Dee Bradley Baker by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg
Baker in 2010
Born(1962-08-31) August 31, 1962 (age 52)
Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.
ResidenceLos Angeles, California
Alma materColorado College
OccupationVoice-over artist, television host
Years active1993–present
AgentCynthia McLean[1][2]
Home townGreeley, Colorado
Spouse(s)Michelle Baker (m. 1990)
Children2
Website
www.deebaker.com

Dee Bradley Baker (born August 31, 1962)[3] is an American voice-over artist and television host who provides voices for a number of popular cartoon characters, including Klaus Heissler in American Dad!, Waddles in Gravity Falls and Perry the Platypus in Phineas and Ferb. In live-action appearances, he was the announcer and the talking idol statue Olmec for the Legends of the Hidden Temple kids game show, and a co-host for several seasons of the Shop 'til You Drop game show. He has voiced characters in many Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon shows, including Dad in Cow and Chicken, Appa and Momo in Avatar: The Last Airbender; numerous aliens in the Ben 10 series; Numbuh 4 in Codename: Kids Next Door; Tarrlok, Naga and Pabu in The Legend of Korra; and the Clone Troopers in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. His voice-over work in video games includes Halo, Gears of War, Viewtiful Joe and Spore. In 2014, he provided the voices of Dopey in The 7D and Fish in the feature film The Boxtrolls.[2]

Early life[edit]

Baker was born in Bloomington, Indiana, and grew up in Greeley, Colorado.[4] He started performing at age nine and steadily worked in musicals, operas, plays, and stand-up. Regarding his early life, Baker said in an interview with VO Studio that he was fan of Star Trek, Star Wars, Frank Zappa, the Planet of the Apes, and also liked insects, arthropods, and dinosaurs.[5] He graduated from University High School, and received a Boettcher Scholarship.[6] He attended Colorado College in Colorado Springs, where he studied philosophy, biology, fine arts, and German, the last of which he studied overseas for a year[7] at the University of Goettingen. He was involved in local theater productions and singing groups. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy, he was involved in many community theatre projects, including a sketch movie that aired on local public television.[4]

Career[edit]

Baker moved to Orlando in 1989 to work on an improv sketch comedy show for Disney at the Epcot Center, and joined various projects for Disney and Universal Studios.[4] His first major experience on national television was on the Nickelodeon game show Legends of the Hidden Temple, where he was not only the announcer, but also the giant talking rock-god Olmec.[4] He portrayed Olmec with a "big, booming, loud, god-like voice". During parts of the show, he would narrate a legend, and then ask the kid contestants related trivia questions. The show lasted three seasons and 120 episodes. When host Kirk Fogg moved to Los Angeles, he was encouraged to move there as well.[8]

Baker moved to Southern California in time for the 1994 Northridge earthquake. He got involved in voice-over work; his first major character was Cow & Chicken's dad in the Cow & Chicken and I.M. Weasel cartoons.[4] His first feature film voice-over was on the basketball/Looney Tunes-themed movie Space Jam where he voiced Daffy Duck and Taz.[4] He did voice work for various episodic and recurring cartoon characters on The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest,[9] Johnny Bravo,[10] Dexter's Laboratory,[11] SpongeBob SquarePants[12] and The Powerpuff Girls.[13] He voiced starring characters Og in Mike, Lu, and Og[14] and Bagheera in the second season of Jungle Cubs.[15] On The Wild Thornberrys, he voiced an assortment of animal characters, which would become one of his specialties.[16] On the live-action front, he became the co-host and announcer for a game show called Shop 'til You Drop which spanned several hundred episodes when it resumed broadcasting on the Pax television network.[17] He also had a recurring role as Phil Berg in the Nickelodeon sitcom series The Journey of Allen Strange where he plays a crazed journalist who tries to expose Allen's identity as a space alien.[18] He voiced Pig George in the live-action animal film My Brother the Pig.[19]

In 2001, he added voice roles for Sanjay, Binky and other characters for The Fairly Oddparents.[20] He costarred as Mandy's father on Billy and Mandy,[21] and had a bit role as a Norad Officer in the Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius movie.[16] In 2002, he participated in Totally Spies![22] and Samurai Jack.[23] He had a lead role as Numbuh 4 in Codename: Kids Next Door.[24]

In 2005, Baker landed the starring role as Klaus Heissler, an Olympic ski jumper from Germany who was body-swapped into a goldfish, in the primetime cartoon sitcom American Dad!,[25][26] which has run over eleven seasons on Fox and TBS. In a 2011 crossover episode with Family Guy, he voiced Klaus as Admiral Ackbar in the episode "It's a Trap!".[27] He participated in American Dad panels at San Diego Comic-Con 2010[28] 2012,[29] and 2014;[30] and the New York Comic-Con in 2014.[31] His other new major work that year was in Avatar: The Last Airbender where he voiced the creatures Appa and Momo,[32] and would soon voice many other creatures in the series as well as its sequel, The Legend of Korra, where he voices Naga, Pabu, and Oogi. His voicing of council member Tarrlok in Korra garnered a nomination for the Behind the Voice Actors (BTVA) Voice Acting Award in 2012.[33][34] He voiced in the American Dragon: Jake Long[35] and Ben 10 series, the latter of which he voiced many alien creatures such as Stinkfly and Wildmutt, as well as some of the transformations.[16][36] He also voiced in the Ben 10 sequels such as Ben 10: Alien Force,[37] Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, and Ben 10: Omniverse, as well as its live-action adaptation.[16][38][39] Derrick J. Wyatt, who was the art director for Omniverse, noted that they had to allow other voice actors to do some of the aliens in the later series because Baker was doing almost all of them and some of the characters were putting a strain on his throat.[39] Also in 2005, his alma mater, Colorado College, awarded him an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters.[4]

Baker has also been involved with television shows for younger children including: Dora The Explorer where he provided animal sounds;[40] Higglytown Heroes as the Pizza Guy;[41] Handy Manny where he voices Turner;[42] Mickey Mouse Clubhouse where he voices Boo Boo Chicken;[43] Curious George where he does Gnocchi;[44] My Friends Tigger & Pooh where he voices Buster the dog;[45] and Jake and the Neverland Pirates (airing on Disney Junior) where he voices Tick-Tock the crocodile.[16]

In addition to television shows, Baker voiced characters in many animated and live-action animation films including some of the classic ghost monsters in Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed,[46] Maurice in Happy Feet,[16] and Mooch the spy fly for the live-action hamster film G-Force.[16] He had roles in the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated TV series and its direct-to-video releases.[16]

In 2007, Baker got the lead role of Perry the Platypus in the Disney series Phineas and Ferb. At the San Diego Comic-Con 2013 panel, Baker mentioned that when he auditioned, he was asked to provide three different creature sounds, regardless of whether it actually sounded like a platypus, of which one was selected as Perry's characteristic sound.[47] Perry has become a breakout character for the series,[48] with Baker appearing at multiple Comic-Con panels for the show.[47] In 2014, Perry was nominated for a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award for Best Animal Sidekick. Coincidentally, another one of Baker's voiced characters, Waddles the pet pig in Gravity Falls, was nominated for the same category.[49]

He provided the voice of Captain Jack Sparrow's talking parrot in the refurbished Pirates of the Caribbean rides at Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom. He was also the voice of Boba Fett in the Star Tours ride.[50][51]

Baker was involved in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars film released in 2008 and its television series afterwards which ran for six seasons. He provided the voices for not only the characters Captain Rex and Commander Cody, but also all the supporting Clone Troopers,[33][52][53] the last of which he received an Annie Award nomination for Voice Acting in a Television Production in 2012.[54]

In the video game world, Baker reprised his roles in Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon's multitude of show-related game releases. He also voiced Gravemind in Halo 2 and Halo 3,[16] and the title character Joe in the Viewtiful Joe series released from 2003 to 2005.[55] He provided the creature sounds for the Spore video game which allows players to create and evolve their own creatures.[56][57] At San Diego Comic-Con 2008's opening night, he was a featured performer at the Video Games Live concert, where he voiced characters from Gears of War and other series.[58]

In 2014, Baker continued participating in American Dad, Gravity Falls, and a fourth season of The Legend of Korra. He voiced Dopey in the Disney XD series The 7D;[59] and Fish, Wheels, and Bucket in The Boxtrolls film.[2][60] In the Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game, he is slated to do the voice of Brainiac.[61] He voiced George Clooney and his dog in "The Animated Episode" of the TV Land series Hot in Cleveland.[62]

Baker has appeared on various panels at Comic-Con and other conventions where he talks about voice acting in general.[63] He also hosts a website where he answers frequently-asked questions about voice acting.[2][64]

Personal life[edit]

Baker met his wife Michelle in Colorado when they were doing children's theatre at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. They married in 1990, and have two daughters: Josie and Cora. They live in the Los Angeles area.[4] Outside of voice acting, Baker does photography[65] where he takes pictures of mostly little flowers and bugs.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Live action[edit]

List of live-action performances in film and television
YearTitleRoleNotesSource[66]
1993–95Legends of the Hidden TempleOlmecalso Announcer[67]
1997–2000Journey of Allen Strange, TheThe Journey of Allen StrangePhil Berg [18]
1999–2003[note 1]Shop 'til You DropAnnouncer, Co-Hostaired on Pax Network[17][68][69]
1999G vs EC. Arthur TroustEpisode: "Cliffhanger"[70]
2010Big Time RushMr. SmittyEpisode: "Big Time School of Rocque"[71]
2013I Know That VoiceHimselfdocumentary film on voice acting[72]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animation
YearSeriesRoleNotesSource[66]
1995Timon & PumbaaPaperboyEpisode: "How to Beat the High Costa Rica/Swiss Missed"
Grouped under "With the Voice Talents Of"
[73]
1997Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, TheThe Real Adventures of Jonny QuestDr. Vedder, WilliamsEps. "Future Rage", "The Edge of Yesterday"[9]
1997–99Cow and ChickenDad, othersFirst major voice-over role in Los Angeles.[4][16][74]
1997–2004Johnny BravoVarious characters [10][75]
1997–99I Am WeaselJolly Roger, Cow & Chicken's Dad, others[76]
1997–2003Dexter's LaboratoryVarious characters [11]
1997Extreme GhostbustersAdditional voicesEps: "Ghost in the Machine", "Fear Itself"[71]
1997Spider-ManKeene Marlow / Destroyer (young)Ep. "Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 3: Secrets of the Six"[77]
1997–98Jungle CubsBagheeraseason 2[15]
1997RugratsMr. TurkeyEp. "The Turkey Who Came to Dinner" 
1997–99Angry Beavers, TheThe Angry BeaversAnnouncer, Gary the Mongoose, Squirrel, WeathermanEps. "Beach Beavers a-Go-Go / Deranged Ranger", "Daggy Dearest / Dag's List"[16]
1998Lionhearts, TheThe LionheartsAdditional voices  
1998ZoomatesZookeeper, Vendor, Guy #2short film for Oh Yeah! Cartoons[note 2] 
1998–2000Wild Thornberrys, TheThe Wild ThornberrysVarious animals [16]
1999–2005Powerpuff Girls, TheThe Powerpuff GirlsVarious characters [13]
1999–2000Mike, Lu & OgOg [14][78]
1999–2013SpongeBob SquarePantsScooter, Squilliam Fancyson, others [12][16]
2000–01Gotham GirlsVarious characters[note 2] 
2000–03As Told by GingerMr. Licorice, Mr. Higsby, Emcee [79]
2000–03Harvey Birdman, Attorney at LawJonny Quest, Lizardman, Avenger
Forensic Pathologist, Foreman, Lizardman
Ep. "Bannon Custody Battle"
Deadomutt, Part 2"
[16]
2001–11Fairly OddParents, TheThe Fairly OddParentsElmer, Sanjay, Binky, othersalso The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour[16][20]
2001Time SquadLocal 2Ep. 1 
2001Zeta Project, TheThe Zeta ProjectDanteEp. "Kid Genius"[16]
2001–07Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, TheThe Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
(also Grim & Evil)
Mandy's father, others [16][21]
2001What's with Andy?Al Larkin, Jervis Coltrane, Martin Bonwickseason 1 only, Al Larkin listed as Dad[80]
2001Jason and the Heroes of Mount OlympusPan, othersGrouped under Featuring the Voices Of[81]
2002–05Totally Spies!Lumiere, Willard, Wolves, othersgrouped under "With the Voice Talents of"[22]
2002–04Samurai JackVarious characters [23]
2002Jackie Chan AdventuresKiang Chi, Lam's AssistantEp. "The Chi of the Vampire", grouped under Also Starring[82]
2002–03Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?Mr. Rucoat, others [83]
2002–03Poochini's YardBilly White [84]
2002–05What's New, Scooby-Doo?Various characters [85][86]
2002–05Justice LeagueVarious characters [16]
2002–08Codename: Kids Next DoorNumbuh 4 / Wallabee Beatles, others [24][87][88]
2002Invader ZimCutest Little Kid, Guy in Crowd, Santa GergEp. " The Most Horrible X-Mas Ever"[16]
2003Static ShockMonsterEp. "The Usual Suspect"[16]
2003Stuart LittleVarious characters [89]
2003–04StripperellaOzzy, Baby, Businessman [16]
2003Free for AllAngus [90]
2003–06Teen TitansCinderblock, Plasmus, Silkie, Gnarrk, others [16][91]
2003–04Duck DodgersAlien Hunter, Phantom Shadow, Attack droids, Captain Richards [92]
2003–05Lilo & Stitch: The SeriesDavid Kawena, Mewrin, othersGrouped under "With the Voice Talents Of"[93]
2003Dora the ExplorerAnimal Sound Effects [40]
2004–07Danny PhantomPrince Aragon, Mikey, Agent K, Thrash, Wulf [16]
2004Megas XLRVarious characters [16]
2004ChalkZoneVarious characters [94]
2004–08Higglytown HeroesUncle Zooter, Pizza Guy, Egg Farmer Hero [41]
2004–06Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!Dr. Maezono [95]
2004Evil Con CarneAlien, Condor, Native #2Ep. "No No Nanuk / Teenage Idol" 
2004–06W.I.T.C.H.Martin Tubbs, Cedric, Frost the Hunter, Khor the Destroyer [96]
2005–08Avatar: The Last AirbenderAppa, Momo [32][33]
2005–07American Dragon: Jake LongVarious characters [35]
2005–presentAmerican Dad!Klaus Heissler, others [33][97][98][99]
2005–06Life and Times of Juniper Lee, TheThe Life and Times of Juniper LeeVarious characters [100]
2005All Grown Up!Various charactersEps. "Dude, Where's My Horse?"[101]
2005–07Loonatics UnleashedOtto the Odd, ReporterEp. "The World is My Circus", "The Hunter"[102][103]
2005–06X's, TheThe X'sRex, Dogs, Wild Boar, Guineazilla  
2005–08Ben 10Stinkfly, Wildmutt [36][37]
2005BuzzThe Buzz on MaggieMort, Little Boy  
2006–09Mickey Mouse ClubhouseBoo Boo Chickengrouped under With the Voice Talents of[43]
2006–09Replacements, TheThe ReplacementsAce Palmero, Prince Cinnamon Boots, Herr Doofentänzer, Johnny Hitswell, Zephremiah and Silent Joe, Goober, others  
2006–12Handy MannyTurner [42]
2006–12Curious GeorgeGnocchi, Prof. Pizza, Juicy Jay, others [44][104][105]
2007–09My Friends Tigger & PoohBuster, Woodpecker [45][52][106]
2007–08Emperor's New School, TheThe Emperor's New SchoolVoice TalentEp. "Cool Summer/Prisoner of Kuzcoban"[107]
2007–presentPhineas and FerbPerry the PlatypusPerry was nominated Kids' Choice Award for Best Animal Sidekick, 2014[33][108][109]
2007–09Back at the BarnyardBigfoot, Ryan Earcrust, Announcer, others [16]
2008–09Spectacular Spider-Man, TheThe Spectacular Spider-ManDr. Curt Connors / The Lizard, Homuncull [110]
2008–11Mighty B!, TheThe Mighty B!Happy [111][112][113]
2008–09Spaceballs: The Animated SeriesDark Helmet [114]
2008ChowderRat, Hat Customer, Customer #2Ep. "The Thousand Pound Cake/The Rat Sandwich" 
2008–10Ben 10: Alien ForceVarious characters [16][37]
2008–13Star Wars: The Clone WarsClone Troopers, Captain Rex, Commander CodyNominated–Annie Award for Voice Acting in a Television Production, 2012[33][52][54][115]
2008Making FiendsPonyEp. "Pony" 
2008–11Batman: The Brave and the BoldClock King, Etrigan / Jason Blood, Brain, Ace the Bat-Hound, others [16]
2008–09Random! CartoonsVarious characters [16][116][117]
2009Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, TheThe Marvelous Misadventures of FlapjackCat, Fish Head Monster #1, Fish Head Monster #3, MonkeyEps. "Fish Heads", "Dear Diary"[118]
2009–10Secret Saturdays, TheThe Secret SaturdaysHoney Island Swamp Monster, Georgia Pig Man, Xing Xing, BunyipsEps. "Ghost in the Machine", "War of the Cryptids" 
2009Goode Family, TheThe Goode FamilyChe, Dr. Albright, Gutterball  
2009–12Penguins of Madagascar, TheThe Penguins of MadagascarWild Marlene, Jiggles, others [16]
2009–10Jungle JunctionLance [16]
2009–10Fanboy and Chum ChumMeta-Tech, Scampers, Precious, others [119]
2010–13Scooby-Doo! Mystery IncorporatedVarious characters [120][121][122]
2010–presentAdventure TimeCinnamon Bun, Mr. Cupcake, Chet, others [16]
2010–12Ben 10: Ultimate AlienVarious aliens [16][123]
2010–11Generator RexVarious characters [124]
2010–11Super Hero Squad Show, TheThe Super Hero Squad ShowAnnihilus, Devil DinosaurEps. "Double Negation at the World's End!", "The Devil Dinosaur You Say! (Six Against Infinity, Part 4)"[16]
2010–11Take Two with Phineas and FerbPerry the PlatypusEp. "Seth Rogen"[125]
2011–presentJake and the Never Land PiratesTick-Tock the Crocodile, animal characters [16]
2011Hero Factory (TV series)Firelord
Fangz, Scorpio
Ep. "Ordeal of Fire"
2 eps. "Savage Planet"
[16]
2011
2000, 2011–14
Family GuyKlaus Heissler as Admiral Ackbar
Various characters
Ep. "It's a Trap!"[126]
2011Looney Tunes Show, TheThe Looney Tunes ShowColonel FrankenheimerEp. "Eligible Bachelors"[127]
2011–12ThunderCatsSlythe, Ro-Bear-Bill, others [16]
2011–13Young JusticeWolf, Monsieur Mallah, Mr. Tawny, Desaad, Felix Faust, Hal Jordan, Teekl, Ultra-Humanite, others [16]
2011Green Lantern: The Animated SeriesLarfleezeas part of DC Nation shorts[note 2][16]
2011New Teen TitansSilkieas part of DC Nation shorts[note 2][16]
2012Secret Mountain Fort AwesomeAdditional VoicesEp. "Dingle Come Home"[128]
2012Avengers: EarthThe Avengers: Earth's Mightiest HeroesMister Fantastic/Reed Richards [16]
2012–presentLegend of KorraThe Legend of KorraPabu, Naga, Tarrlok, othersNominated–BTVA Voice Acting Award for Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role-Action/Drama, 2012[33][34]
2012–presentKaijudoMaster Jaha, Artie Underhill, Gargle, Brutelus, Razorhide, othersNominated–BTVA Voice Acting Award for Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Action/Drama, 2013, Master Jaha[129][130][131][132]
2012–presentGravity FallsWaddlesWaddles was nominated Kids' Choice Award for Best Animal Sidekick, 2014[16]
2012–13Ultimate Spider-ManSandman / Flint Marko
The Lizard / Dr. Curt Connors
Carnage
Ep. "Snow Day"
season 2 multiple episodes
Ep. "Carnage"
[133][134][135]
2012–presentRandy Cunningham: 9th Grade NinjaJulian, The Sorcerer's Rat [16]
2012–presentBen 10 OmniverseVarious characters [38][39]
2013–14Monsters vs. Aliens (TV series)Zombie Moon Ape, Pineapple, Man in Movie, Drools, Kitten, Senator Chimp Announcer, Chimp, Cop [16]
2013Bravoman: Super-Unequaled Hero of ExcellenceDr. Bomb, Anti-Bravoman, Additional voicesweb series[136]
2013Beware the BatmanMutant Ninjas 1 & 2Ep. "Sacrifice"[16]
2013Toy Story of TerrorMr. JonesTV special[16]
2013–14Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.Wendigo, Wendigo King, Brute Monster, Mamma MonsterEps. "Wendigo Apocalypse", "The Hunted"[16]
2013–14Steven UniverseLion, Centipeetle, Centipeetle Mother [16]
2013Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum OverloadVenom, Chitauriweb series[16]
2013Uncle GrandpaAdamEp. "Brain Game"
voiced in pilot episode in 2010
 
2014Transformers: Rescue BotsBuster, Poopsie, Wi-FidoEp. "Rescue Dog"[16]
2014SevenThe 7DDopey, Squire Peckington [59]
2014Hot in ClevelandGeorge Clooney the Dog & ManEp. "The Animated Episode"[16][62]
2014Blaze and the Monster Machines grouped under Featuring the Voices Of[137]
2014Star Wars RebelsEphraim Bridger, Old JhoEp. "Empire Day"[138]

Feature film[edit]

List of voice performances in feature film
YearTitleRoleNotesSource[66]
1996Space JamDaffy Duck, Tazmanian Devil, BullFirst major voice role in a feature film.[4][16]
1997Cats Don't DanceKongcredited under Additional Voices[139]
1999My Brother the PigPig Georgelive-action animal dub[19]
2001Trumpet of the Swan, TheThe Trumpet of the SwanLouie [16]
2001Jimmy Neutron: Boy GeniusNorad Officer [16]
2004Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed10,000 Volt Ghost, Zombie, Red Eye Skeletonlive-action voicing of CG characters[16]
2004SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, TheThe SpongeBob SquarePants MoviePhil, Perch Perkins, Floyd, others [16]
2005Porco Rosso   
2006Asterix and the VikingsDogmatix, SMS Pigeon [16]
2006Happy FeetMaurice [16]
2007TMNTAdditional Voices [140]
2008Star Wars: The Clone WarsClone Troopers, Captain Rex, Cody [16]
2009G-ForceMoochlive-action animated[16]
2009Haunted World of El Superbeasto, TheThe Haunted World of El SuperbeastoNazi Zombie [16]
2009Astro BoyTrashcan [16]
2010Furry VengeanceAnimal Voice Effects [16]
2011Thru the Moebius StripTalking Head  
2012Secret of the WingsAdditional Voices [141]
2012FrankenweeniePersephone, Shelly, Colossus, Mr. Whiskersnot shown in closing credits[142]
2013Dino TimeDinosaur Noises [16]
2013KhumbaMeerkat Father, Dassies [16]
2014The BoxtrollsFish, Wheels and Bucket [2][60][143]

Direct-to-video and television films[edit]

List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films
YearTitleRoleNotesSource[66]
1998The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonaldSundaeAlso cast in multiple pilot shows and videos for Klasky Csupo.[16][144]
1998Men in WhiteVoice of Subordinate Alienlive-action TV movie[145]
1998Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story, TheThe Jungle Book: Mowgli's StoryBee, Elephant, Turtle 3, Mandrill 2[16]
1998All Dogs Christmas Carol, AnAn All Dogs Christmas CarolAdditional Cast [146]
1999Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet FrankensteinTour Guide[16]
2000Tom SawyerRebel, Additional CastDirected by Paul Sabella[16]
2003Stitch! The MovieDavid Kawena[147]
2003George of the Jungle 2Water Buffalo, Little Monkeylive-action animal dub,[16]
2005Aloha, Scooby-Doo!Various characters[16]
2005Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The MovieChunk[148]
2006Ultimate AvengersAdditional Voices[149]
2006Holly Hobbie and Friends: Surprise PartyWilly Scranton, Bud Cartwright, Cheddar, Doodles, Bonnet [16]
2006Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable SnowmanBuckyinteractive DVD film 
2006Holly Hobbie and Friends: Christmas WishesWillie Scranton, Doodles, Cheddar, Bonnet, Cider  
2007Ben 10: Secret of the OmnitrixGluto, Wildmutt, Eye Guy, Robotic Lt., Alien Prisoner #1, Automated Security [16]
2007Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas MovieBuster, Frost[16]
2007Ben 10: Race Against TimeWildmutt , live action with CG character[16]
2008Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn TwilightErik, Porthios, Pyros[150]
2008Beethoven's Big BreakAnimal Voiceslive-action animals 
2009Tigger & Pooh and a Musical TooBuster [151]
2009Bionicle: The Legend RebornSkrall, Bone Hunters, Vorox 
2009Ben 10: Alien SwarmBig Chill, Humongousaur [152]
2010Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-DooSherman[16]
2010Scooby-Doo! Camp ScareRanger Knudsen, Woodsman, Fishman, Specter[16]
2011Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd DimensionPerry the Platypus, Platyborg [16]
2011Beethoven's Christmas AdventureAnimal Sounds[16]
2012Justice League: DoomOfficer in charge[16]
2012Ben 10: Destroy All AliensStinkfly, Wildmutt, Cash, Carl Tennyson [16]
2012Superman vs. The EliteAtomic Skull[16]
2012–13The Dark Knight ReturnsDon2-part[16]
2013Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue FalconHideous Hyde Hound, Horten, Minotaur[153]
2013Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes UnitedZzzax, Dr. Cruler[16][154]
2013Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery MapYe Phantom Parrot, Stu[16]
2013Justice League: The Flashpoint ParadoxEtrigan[16]
2013Monsterous HolidayMold Monster, Football Player [16]
2014Justice League: WarParademons [16]
2014Son of BatmanMan-Bats [16]
2014Scooby-Doo! FrankencreepyMr. Burger, Ci Magnus [16]
2014Tom and Jerry: The Lost DragonBuster and Elf Boy [16]
2014Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes UnitedDr. Cruler, Hydra Trooper[16]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
YearTitleRoleNotesSource[66]
1998Baldur's Gate grouped under Cast[155][156]
2000Alundra 2Mephisto, Ratcliffe/Belgar, Mutox, Pirate D [157]
2000Ground Control [158]
2000Spider-ManCarnage, Rhino, J. Jonah Jameson, Daredevil, The Lizard [159][160]
2000Ground Control: Dark ConspiracyDeacon Stone [161]
2001Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of SteelVO Talent [162]
2001Spider-Man 2: Enter ElectroElectro, Hyper-Electro, Lizard, Dr. Connors, Hammerhead, The Beast, Computer 3, Thug [163]
2001Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of LibertySEAL [164]
2002JumpStart Advanced PreschoolFrankie [165]
2002Bloody Roar: Primal FuryVoice Cast [166]
2002Soldier of Fortune II: Double HelixAlex 'Skip' Larson [167]
2002Kingdom HeartsWakka [16]
2002Treasure Planet: Battle at ProcyonArcturian Crew, Human Crew, Robot Crew [168]
2002Metal Gear Solid 2: SubstanceSEALs [169]
2002Spyro: Enter the DragonflyAdditional voices [170]
2002Powerpuff Girls RelishThe Powerpuff Girls: Relish RampageMale Child, Male Child 4, Monkey Man 1, Picklord Soldier 3, Robber 2roles not listed in closing credits[171][172]
2002Star Trek: Starfleet Command IIIRomulan Officer [173]
2003Tenchu: Wrath of HeavenEnglish Voices - Actors [174]
2003Arc the Lad: Twilight of the SpiritsDensimo [175]
2003Lionheart: Legacy of the CrusaderVoiceover Cast [176]
2003Extreme Skate AdventureVoice Talent [177]
2003Hunter: The Reckoning: WaywardDevin, Nephrack, Werewolf [178]
2003Viewtiful JoeJoe [55]
2003Haunted MansionThe Haunted MansionVoice Talent [179]
2003SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALsEuro Merc, Additional Voices [180]
2003Hobbit (2003 video game)The HobbitOther Voice Talent [181]
2003Final Fantasy X-2Lord Braska, Benzo, Ayde Ronso [182]
2003I-NinjaSenseigrouped under Voice Actors[183]
2004Fallout: Brotherhood of SteelChing Tsun, Wasteland Man, City Ghoul Civilian [184]
2004Champions of Norrath: Realms of EverQuestCast [185]
2004Onimusha Blade WarriorsGogandantess [186]
2004Onimusha 3: Demon SiegeHeihachiro Honda, Gargant [187]
2004Tales of SymphoniaDesian Guardian[note 3][188]
2004Doom 3Additional Voices [189]
2004Shellshock: Nam '67Psycho; US Soldiers, Pilots and Prisoners [190]
2004Call of Duty: United OffensivePrivate Kippel, Van Dyke, German Soldier [191]
2004X-Men LegendsMultiple Man, Nightcrawler, Mutant Prisoner, Morlock Guard, Cyborg Sentinel [192]
2004Shark TaleAdditional Tenant Fish [193]
2004Halo 2Gravemind [194]
2004Vampire: The Masquerade - BloodlinesBertram Tunggrouped under Voice Over Actors[195][196]
2004Viewtiful Joe 2Joe[16]
2004Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth, TheThe Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earthOrcs, Cattle  
2005RobotsVoices [197]
2005Ape Escape: On the LooseSpecter, Knight, Old Man, Child [198]
2005MadagascarMort, Little Boy [199]
2005Samurai WesternKeeler, Kyril, Nathanael, Nathan [200]
2005Destroy All Humans!Chicken, Cow [201]
2005Tak: The Great Juju ChallengeCrug, Dark Juju [16]
2005X-Men Legends II: Rise of ApocalypseNightcrawler [202]
2005Nightmare BeforeThe Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's RevengeBarrel, Clown with the Tear Away Face, Hanging Treegrouped under With the Voice Talents of[203]
2005Codename: Kids Next Door – Operation: V.I.D.E.O.G.A.M.E.Numbuh Four, Delightful Children from Down the Lane (DCFDTL), Toiletnator [204]
2005SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants!Squilliam, Kevin C. Cucumber, Bubble Bass, Don the Whale, Cannonball Jenkins [16][205]
2005Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot RumbleJoe
2005Kingdom of ParadiseGikyo [206]
2006Neopets: Petpet Adventures: The Wand of WishingDeep Male NPC, Cyodrake, Dragoyle King, Other [16]
2006Da Vinci CodeThe Da Vinci CodeVO Cast [207]
2006X-Men: The Official GameAdditional VO [208]
2006Teen TitansCinderblock, Plasmus, Ternion [16][209]
2006Avatar: The Last AirbenderAppa, Momo, Additional voicesGrouped under Voice Talent and under Additional Characters[210]
2006SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty KrabOld Man Jenkins[note 3] 
2006Marvel: Ultimate AllianceNightcrawler [16]
2006Gears of WarLocust Drone A, Theron Guard, Berserker, RAAM
Performed at Video Games Live at San Diego Comic-Con 2008
[16][58]
2006Happy FeetElephant Seal #2, Alpha Skua, Maurice [16]
2006Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II, TheThe Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth IIOrcsgrouped under Voice Actor[211]
2007Gurumin: A Monstrous AdventureRocko, Digby, Puchi[212]
2007Darkness, TheThe DarknessInsane Darkling [16]
2007Halo 3Gravemind [16]
2007Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning EarthAppa, Momo  
2007Clive Barker's JerichoAdditional Voices [213][214]
2007Cars Mater-National ChampionshipOtto von Flasenbottomgrouped under Featuring the Voice Talents Of:[215]
2008No More HeroesLetz Shake, Weller [16]
2008SporeCreature vocal effects [56][57]
2008De BlobBlob, The Prof, Dif, INKYs [216]
2008Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the InfernoAppa, Momo, Hog Monkeys [16]
2008SpongeBob SquarePants featuring Nicktoons: Globs of DoomBubble Bass, Glbulous Maximus, Old Hermit Crab [16]
2008Ben 10: Alien ForceHumungousaur, Jet Ray, Swampfire, Big Chill, Spidermonkey, PickAxe Alien, DNAlien [16]
2008Gears of War 2RAAM, Theron Guard, Locust Drone, Sires [16]
2009Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFallNumbuh 4, Toilenator, Echo Echo[note 3] 
2009Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Republic HeroesClone Troopers, Captain Rex, Clone Commanders, Sergeant Kano [217]
2009Cars Race-O-RamaVoice Talent [218]
2009Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax AttacksBig Chill, Brainstorm, Cannon Bolt, others [16]
2009Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith EditionBoba Fett [16]
2009Left 4 Dead 2Infected [16]
2010Dante's InfernoDeath, Tameable Rider [219]
2010StarCraft II: Wings of LibertyAdditional Voices [220]
2010Batman: The Brave and the Bold - The VideogameClock King, Copperheadgrouped under Cast[221]
2010Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic DestructionSwampfire, Humungousaur, Big Chill, Spidermonkey, Echo Echo, others [16]
2010Star Wars: The Force Unleashed IIBoba Fett, Baron Tarko [16]
2010Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity GauntletAnnihilus [16]
2011Lego Star Wars III: The Clone WarsClones [16]
2011Portal 2Atlas, P-Body [16]
2011Shadows of the DamnedDemons [16]
2011Gears of War 3Theron Guard, Locust Drone [16]
2011RageVoice Talent [222]
2011Batman: Arkham CityRa's al Ghulgrouped under Voice-Over Actors[223]
2011Ben 10: Galactic RacingSwampfire, Ultimate Cannonbolt, Ultimate Humongousaur, Big Chill, Spidermonkey, Fasttrack, Ultimate Echo Echo, AmpFibian, HeatBlast [16]
2011Star Wars: The Old RepublicAdditional Voices [224]
2012Kinect Star WarsFode & Beed, Boba Fett, Trandoshan Commando, Felucian Farmers, Battle Droids [16]
2012Diablo IIIMonster Voice Effects [225]
2012Ben 10: OmniversePsyphon, Wildmutt, Wildvine, Ants, Cyber Ants, Queen Ant, Spiders [16]
2013Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 RemixWakka [226]
2013Lego Marvel Super HeroesMister Fantastic, Sandman, Doctor Octopusgrouped under VO Talent[227]
2013Ben 10: Omniverse 2Astrodactyl, Big Chill, Crashhopper [16]
2014Lego Batman 3: Beyond GothamBrainiac [61][228][229]

Others[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The dates shown on Shop 'til You Drop are for the Pax broadcast of the show from 1999 to 2003 according to Brooks & Marsh. Stanley Entertainment lists his work range from 1997 to 2002.
  2. ^ a b c d Closing credits were not available for this show
  3. ^ a b c This video game did not list the voice actors in its closing credits.

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