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David Kaye (the voice of OPTIMUS PRIME)
David Kaye is a man of a thousand voices and has worked professionally in the industry since the age of 16. Over the years Kaye has supplied vocal personalities to cartoon characters on series like G.I. Joe, G.I. Joe Extreme, StreetFighter: The Animated Series, Kong: The Animated Series, Exosquad, Stroker and Hoop, Fantastic Four Animated, X-Men Evolution and Inayusha. Kaye played the infamous Megatron on Beast Wars: Transformers, Beast Machines, Beasties and Transformers Armada, (Energon and Cybertron)... see Document file for complete list!
Bumper Robinson (the voice of BUMBLEBEE)
Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles at the age of 4, Robinson began his career in entertainment in a national commercial for Jello Pudding Pops with Bill Cosby. He went on to do many more commercials, and his on-camera career developed quickly with roles in The Jeffersons, Hill St. Blues, Night Court, A Different World and Star Trek, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and CSI: New York. His feature film credits include Enemy Mine with Louis Gossett Jr. and Dennis Quaid... See Word Doc for complete list.
Bill Fagerbakke (the voice of BULKHEAD)
William “Bill” Fagerbakke is best known for his work as Assistant Coach “Dauber” Dybinski on Coach and in movies such as Funny Farm. He had a role as the mentally handicapped Tom Cullen in the 1994 miniseries Stephen King’s The Stand. In 1999, he had a recurring role on HBO’s original series Oz. Currently, Fagerbakke is known as the voice of Patrick Star on the SpongeBob SquarePants animated series.
Jeff Bennett (the voices of PROWL, Det. Fanzone, ULTRA MAGNUS)
In addition to his multiple roles in Transformers Animated, Bennett voices the role of Raj in Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning series Camp Lazlo. His voice credits include the title role on Cartoon Network’s original series Johnny Bravo, as well as recurring roles in Class of 3000, Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Histeria! and Where’s Waldo? Bennett lent his voice and sense of humor to Captain Hook’s loyal first mate, Smee, in Return to Neverland, as well as Animaniacs, Pinky and the BrainBatman: The Animated Series.
Corey Burton (the voices of RATCHET, MEGATRON)
Corey Burton began his voice-acting career over 30 years ago, studying the craft of Radio Drama with the legendary Daws Butler (Yogi Bear). The San Fernando Valley native has voiced sound-alikes and original characters for hundreds of entertainment and educational productions and can be heard in any number of characterizations across the U.S. and Canada every day. Additionally, Burton has been a promo announcer for each of the major TV networks and a narrator on an eclectic assortment of documentaries. His TV animation voice credits span several popular Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon... See Word Doc for complete list.
Strong (the voice of Sari)
Tara Strong has given life to numerous cartoon characters in more than 50 animated series including the voice of Ben in Cartoon Network’s hit series Ben 10, as well asand The Rugrats: All Grown Up. The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans, The Fairly OddParents, The Proud Family, Jakers!, Rugrats
Kenny (the voice of Sumdac, STARSCREAM)
Tom Kenny has created countless memorable characters on television. Kenny is the voice of Eduardo in Cartoon Network’s original series Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends and the title character in SpongeBob SquarePants. His additional animated television credits include CatDog, The Powerpuff Girls, The Fairly OddParents, Futurama, Dexter’s Laboratory, Cow & Chicken, Johnny Bravo. See Word Doc for complete list.