Monthly Archives: April 2015

Marc Silk

Marc Silk

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Marc Silk is an actor I recently heard of, but he’s well worth hearing about. Some of his vocal works include the likes of Johnny Bravo in the United Kingdom dub of the cartoon of the same name, Aks Moe on “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace,” and in the United States and Canada, is the voice of Bob the Builder.

Marc Silk’s work isn’t limited to just animation. He’s also an announcer and radio artist. He’s done announcing work on “You’ve Been Framed,” “The British Comedy Awards,” and “Dancing on Ice.” On commercials, he’s provided voices as Chip the Wolf for “Cookie Crisp” cereal, and announced for Super Mario Brothers Wii.

On radio, he’s on a program called “The Stephen Nolan Show.” He’s also been in video games such as “MediEval 2,” “Buzz! Master Quiz,” “Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko,” and “Black and White.”

Marc Silk is a fascinating voice artist. His accent is unique and not like anything I’ve heard in a long time. He’s a young actor with a lot of experience, and he shall continue on with his fine voice acting and narration.

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Alan Reed

Alan Reed

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Born Herbert Theodore Bergman, Alan Reed Sr. is a well renowned voice artist. He has provided the voices of characters such as Boris the Russian Wolfhound on “Lady and the Tramp”(my personal favorite obscure Disney character), Big Bill on “Shinbone Alley,”¬†and his most famous role, Fred Flintsone on “The Flintstones.”

Reed has been in a few motion pictures during his career. He’s played in movies such as, “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” “Emergency Wedding,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “The Seniors,” which was a¬†posthumous performance for Reed.

He’s also been on a few television series, not just vocally. Reed has appeared on television programs such as “Your Show Time,” “The Life of Riley,” “Johnny Midnight,” and “Where’s Huddles?”

Alan Reed is an unforgettable actor. He’s a name that not many people would forget, mostly due to the great characters he played. He may have passed away before I was born, but that doesn’t mean I don’t respect him for the actor he was and always will be.

Alan Reed Sr.: August 20, 1907- June 14, 1977

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Ron Perlman

Ron Perlman

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Ronald Francis Perlman is an actor with whom I’m surprised works on a lot of familiar projects. He has voiced characters such as Slade from “Teen Titans,” Mr. Lancer from “Danny Phantom,” and was not only the voice of Hellboy, but was also the actor who donned the red make up and horns.

He’s not only a famous voice artist, but he’s also a well celebrated movie actor. He played as a character called Amoukar on “Quest for Fire,” Frank Cerrillo on “Blind Man’s Bluff,” Charles Burden Sr. on “The Trial of Old Drum,” and Doctor Julian on “Killer By Nature.”

On television, he’s been characters such as Vincent on “Beauty and the Beast,” narrated “1000 Ways to Die,”and played Judge Pernell on “The Hand of God.” He’s also made guest appearances on shows like “Archer,” “Adventure Time,” and “Robot Chicken.”

Ron Perlman is an actor who is still working hard to this day. He has inspired many people and captured the imaginations of audiences young and old alike. Ron Perlman is no doubt a legend.

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