Voiceover: Cartoons & Videogames

Aside from being the voice of Chase on Discovery Family’s Transformers: Rescue Bots series, you may also know me as Legion in Mass Effect, or Albert Wesker in the last seven Resident Evil games. Or perhaps just that voice actor who dances naked at the anime con rave.
But you probably don’t know me from the innumerable Japanese anime RPG jobs I revoiced into English, or that mormon cartoon where I was a righteous parrot, or that time I called the operator when I was eight and pretended I was Will Geer having a heart attack.
A Resident Evil fan? Get your ass over to my RE playlist ▶
Talking in funny voices all day will get you punched in the face.

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Videogames, anime, cartoons - these are the voiceover genres that are the most fun for actors to do. I have had the honor of voicing both Albert Wesker in the "Resident Evil" video game series as well as Legion, the lovable Geth from Mass Effect 2 and 3. In addition, My first television series regular job was as Chase, the police autobot on "Transformers: Rescue Bots!" Other great credits include Cartoon Network's Regular Show, Family Guy, Persona 5, Zero Escape, One Piece as X Drake, Naruto, Fire Emblem Fates, Lost Dimension, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, Xenoblade, Xenosaga, The crew, BlazBlue as Azrael, Rune Factory, NBA2K14, Star Wars, Motorstorm, Nier, Tekken 6, Marvel versus Capcom 3, Ace Combat 6, Tales of Graces, Eternal Sonata, Tales of Vesperia, Hack, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and many more to come.