Sunday, February 5, 2017

The Hero's 20 Favorite Voice Actors

Time to bring the second half of this huge list to a close!


  1. Fun Fact: Michael Rosenbaum, who played Lex Luthor in Smallville, also played The Flash in Justice League, and due to the events of the Great Brain Robbery episode, he technically reprised his role as Lex Luthor.

  2. Charlie Adler was also perfectly cast as "Rowdy" Roddy Piper on Hulk Hogan's Rock N' Wrestling.

    Also, I can't believe you didn't bring up Steve Blum's role as BlackWarGreymon.

    Plus, Bosch played one of the most beloved Power Rangers characters in Adam Park. Who he has always wanted to play in a death scene. And alongside Bosch, Daniel Southworth (Eric Myers: The Quantum Ranger) has also had success in voice acting, most notably the Devil May Cry Series. Also, he was originally Bosch's stunt double, since they looked alike, but he got injured filming for the movie, so Bosch did his own stunts.

    Jim Cummings also voiced Shocker in Spider-Man: The Animated Series and the 2000's Spider-Man Video Games on PS1. He voiced Hak Foo at first, before DiMaggio took over the role. I think Cummings only voiced Hak Foo in his first appearance, with DiMaggio voicing him from then on.

    Tom Kenny is a surprisingly good villain actor, having played Starscream on Transformers: Animated. A damn good show might I add.

    I think Clancy Brown voiced the Glorft Commander, while Kevin Michael Richardson voiced his Lieutenant.

    Wow. Frank Welker has been playing Fred Jones for 50 years. Also, he was the highest-paid actor in Hollywood for a time, before he was overtaken several years ago by Samuel L. Jackson, who I think has been taken over by The Rock.

    And I'm sure Hugo Weaving took up the role so he could pit Megatron action figures against each other in fights to the death.