Actor Michael Bell

Michael Bell is an American actor, voice actor, voice director and animal-rights activist[citation needed] who is most active in voice over roles, known for his youthful voice. He has acted in video games and animated series, including The Transformers, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, The Houndcats, Rugrats, The Smurfs, and Snorks and appeared on-screen in film and television, including the TV programs Dallas and Star Trek. Bell was described as being “one of the most prominent voice actors of the 1980s.” Both Bell’s wife, Victoria Carroll, and his daughter, Ashley Bell, are actresses.

Early life

Michael Bell was born in Brooklyn, New York to a Jewish family.


1970s and 1980s voice work

Bell had an important part in animated entertainment in the 1970s and 1980s. His first voice role was that of Stutz, the leader of The Houndcats. He followed this with a co-starring role in the Canadian biker film “The Proud Rider” in 1971. In 1973, he was Mark on the Hanna-Barbera series Speed Buggy. He voiced Redbeard the Pirate’s Ghost in The New Scooby-Doo Movies episode “The Ghostly Creep from the Deep” as the second Redbeard themed monster in Scooby-Doo. From 1977 to 1984, Michael Bell played two of his best-known roles, Zan and Gleek on various Super Friends incarnations. He would also voice The Riddler on Challenge of the Super Friends. He also provided the voice of Lex Luthor as a young man, in the episode “History of Doom”. However, Stan Jones was the voice of the adult Luthor throughout the series. It’s interesting to note that Bell later played Luthor in the 1988 Superman series.

He was also Doctor Ben Cooper in Jana of the Jungle and in 1979, he voiced the title character of The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show and later made a guest appearance as Doctor Octopus in another superhero show, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.

Outside of animation, Bell performed on records and commercials, including the Young Man in A&M Records’ Story of Halloween Horror album in 1977, and Parkay Margarine and Mug Root Beer ads. Bell provided the overdubbing of Peter Criss’ dialogue in the band KISS’s TV movie KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park. In 1980, he provided the voice of the title character in The B.B. Beegle Show, an unsold TV show pilot that featured puppets.

Throughout the 1980s, Michael Bell starred in four hit animated series;

  • as Grouchy Smurf, Lazy Smurf, Handy Smurf and Johan in The Smurfs
  • as Autobot Prowl, Scrapper, Sideswipe, Bombshell, First Aid, Swoop, Gort, Brainstorm and Doctor Fujiyama in The Transformers and The Transformers: The Movie
  • as Duke, Xamot, Blowtorch and numerous others in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and G.I. Joe: The Movie
  • as Lance & Sven in Voltron: Defender of the Universe.
  • He also starred in the 1982 animated series The Incredible Hulk. The Hulk was voiced by Bob Holt, while his human side, Bruce Banner, was played by Bell. In a 2004 interview, he joked about how Bob Holt would be annoyed that he was growling his throat out while Bell got the easier stuff.

    During this time, the actor also played Hiro Taka on Spiral Zone and Allstar Seaworthy on The Snorks (1984-1989)

    Later voice work

    Bell continues to work in animation in the 1990s and into the 21st century in movies and television, with roles such as Quackerjack from Disney’s Darkwing Duck, Aziz on Aladdin and Ezekiel Rage on The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest. He was also featured as Opus in the Bloom County television special A Wish for Wings That Work.

    From 1991 to 2004, in the Rugrats and All Grown Up!, he voiced three of the main characters’ parents; Drew Pickles, Charles Finster Sr., and Boris Kropotkin.

    Bell did the voices of Drake on W.I.T.C.H., Max Hauser, Duke’s Dad on G.I. Joe: Renegades, Willy Wachowski on Handy Manny and additional roles in Tangled (2010).

    In 2018, Bell reprised his role as Quackerjack on the reboot of DuckTales.

    Video game voice work

    He is also a prolific voice in video games, which include Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix, Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, Age Of Empires III, Baldur’s Gate, Ratchet & Clank, the character Dark Fact in the game Ys I & II, and the character Raziel in three games in the Legacy of Kain series, among many others.

    Live-action roles

    His live action film career has included roles in films such as Thunder Alley (1967), Blue (1968), Brother John (1971), Rollercoaster (1977), Fast Company (1979), How to Beat the High Cost of Living (1980) and C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. (1989). Bell also appeared in live-action exploitation shorts and PSAs – scare films made in California during the early 1960s, ranging in content from venereal disease (Damaged Goods) to psychedelic drug abuse (Trip To Where).

    He made guest appearances in multiple episodes of the Star Trek series. He also appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation pilot episode, “Encounter at Farpoint”, as Bandi administrator Groppler Zorn, and in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episodes “The Homecoming” as a Bajoran and in “The Maquis.”

    Bell appeared in multiple episodes of Dallas as Les Crowley during the 1980-81 season, in M*A*S*H in the episode “Souvenirs” as Willie Stratton and also guest starred in two episodes of Three’s Company as Rama Mageesh and Michael, a sleazy dance instructor in the sixth-season episode “Some Of That Jazz” (1981). Bell played Bill Duncan, Sabrina (Kate Jackson)’s ex-husband on Charlie’s Angels, as well as appearing as King Edward Spencer on Jackson’s series Scarecrow and Mrs. King. In 1970, he appeared in an episode of The Silent Force.

    Documentary narration

    He narrated the documentary programs Earth’s Fury (also known as Anatomy of Disaster internationally), Expeditions to the Edge, Bullet Catchers and ‘Mysteries of Asia, while he narrated some episodes of E! True Hollywood Story.

    Stage roles

    In 1983, he and his future wife Victoria Carroll opened The West End Playhouse in Van Nuys. The two of them organized, wrote, directed, and acted in dozens of productions.

    One of the most notable was The Ladies of the Camillias in which Bell played the villain Ivan and Victoria starred as Madame Sarah Bernhardt. The play won multiple Drama Logue Awards.

    He served as the theater’s director until 1988, when by mutual agreement to devote more time to their child, Bell and Carroll sold the theater to Edmund Gaynes and Pamela Hall.

    Voice director

    Bell was the voice director for Kidd Video, Peter Pan and the Pirates, as well as the web series The LeBrons.

    Union activism

    On March 30, 2012 the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) completed a merger of equals forming a new union SAG-AFTRA. As a result of this merger, a group of actors including Bell, fellow voice actors Wendy Schaal, Clancy Brown, Schaal’s former stepmother Valerie Harper, and other actors including former SAG President Edward Asner, Martin Sheen, Ed Harris and Nancy Sinatra immediately sued against the current SAG President Ken Howard and several SAG Vice Presidents to overturn the merger and separate the (now merged) two unions because of their claims that the election was improper. The lawsuit was dropped by the plaintiffs several months later.


    In 1991, he and his colleague Melanie Chartoff conceived the Grayway Rotating Drain, a graywater recycling device for reuse of shower and sink water in the home. The following year, they finished and patented the product with the help of Ronald K. Ford.

    Personal life

    Bell has been married to actress Victoria Carroll since 1984. Together they have a daughter, Ashley Bell who is also an actress. He is an animal rights activist. He is the godfather of actor Steve Guttenberg, who cites Bell as his inspiration to become an actor.

    Bell served on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Local of SAG-AFTRA in 2016 until 2019.



    Year Title Role Notes References
    1965 Gomer Pyle: USMC Garson Episode: “PFC Gomer Pyle”
    1967 Thunder Alley Leroy Johnson
    The Monkees Artist Episode: “Art for Monkees’ Sake”
    Get Smart Brute Episode: “The Mild Ones”
    1968 Blue Jim Benton
    1969 Mission: Impossible Captain Anders Episode: “The Exchange”
    1970–1974 Mannix Larry Episode: “Sunburst”
    Bob Greer Episode: “To Draw the Lightning”
    Dana Croft Episode: “The Crimson Halo”
    Larsen Episode: “Picture of a Shadow”
    1971 Brother John Cleve
    1973 Tenafly Steve Hall Episode: “Joyride to Nowhere”
    The F.B.I. Parent Episode: “Fatal Reunion”
    Kibbee and Fitch Russell Kibbee Television film
    1974–1975 Cannon Delaney Episode: “The Hit Man”
    Thomas Lockner Episode: “The Deadly Conspiracy: Part 1”
    1974 The Law Cliff Wilson Television film
    1975 Barnaby Jones Thomas Lochner Episode: “The Deadly Conspiracy: Part 2”
    1975, 1977 The Streets of San Francisco Robert O’Brien Episode: “No Place to Hide”
    Nick Malone Episode: “One Last Trick”
    1976–1977 The Rockford Files Richard Stehler Episode: “The Fourth Man”
    Mike Krasny Episode: “The Dog and Pony Show”
    Charlie’s Angels Bill Duncan 2 episodes
    1977 M*A*S*H Willie Stratton Episode: “Souvenirs”
    Rollercoaster Chuck Demerest
    1978, 1981 Three’s Company Rama Mageesh Episode: “Chrissy and the Guru”
    Michael Episode: “Some of That Jazz”
    1979 Fast Company Chuck Randall
    1980 Benson Petrov Episode: “Checkmate”
    How to Beat the High Cost of Living Tom
    1980–1981, 1991 Dallas Les Crowley 4 episodes
    Pat Connors Episode: “Farewell, My Lovely”
    1985 Remington Steele Bill Miles Episode: “Steele in the Chips”
    1986 Scarecrow and Mrs. King King Edmund Spencer Episode: “The Boy Who Could Be King”
    1987 Star Trek: The Next Generation Zorn Episode: “Encounter at Farpoint”
    1988 Hunter Major Voss 2 episodes
    1989 C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. Mr. Williams Uncredited
    1993–1994 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Borum Episode: “The Homecoming”
    Drofo Awa Episode: “The Maquis, Part II”
    1997-1998 Earth’s Fury (Anatomy of Disaster) Narrator Voice
    1999 Bullet Catchers
    Medal of Honor
    Mysteries of Asia
    1999-2002 E! True Hollywood Story
    2004-2006 Expeditions to the Edge

    Animated TV series

    Year Title Role Notes References
    1982-1983 The Incredible Hulk Dr. Bruce Banner, additional voices Main Role;13 Episodes
    1983–1985 G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Blowtorch, Clutch, Duke, Lift-Ticket, Major Bludd, Scrap-Iron, Tollbooth, Xamot Main Role
    1983 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends Doctor Octopus Ep. “Spidey meets the Girl from Tomorrow”
    1988 Superman Lex Luthor 7 Episodes
    1989 X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men Cyclops TV Short
    1991–2004 Rugrats Chas Finster, Drew Pickles, Grandpa Boris Kropotkin, Mr. Mucklehoney, Doctor, Jonathan Witt, Mr. Snow, Mike, Artist, Lawyer #1, Mad Scientist, Mailman (1), Tina, Announcers (1), Manager (1), Big Bottle, Barker, Manager (2), Ace, Security Guard, Reptar (3), Dr. Schachter, Jonathan (2), Golfers, Sailor, Fat Man, Harry, Audience Members, Dept. Store Santa, Mission Control, Wedding Guest, Man #1, Ed, Voice (2), Announcer (5), Delivery Man (1), Les, Roberto Mazatlan, Sal (1), Thorg (2), Spike (Chuckie’s Dream), Dog Warden, Mr. Mcdermott, Press, Clown (2), Salesman (1), Garbage Man (2), Weatherman (3), PA Announcer, Maintenance Worker, Judge #2, Clowns, Awards Host Recurring role; 141 Episodes
    1992–1995 Batman: The Animated Series Airman Captain, additional voices 2 Episodes
    1994 Aladdin Aziz 4 Episodes
    1996 Adventures in Odyssey Nagle Episode 9: Someone to watch over me
    2001 Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law Zan Ep. “Very Personal Injury”
    2001–2002 Disney’s House of Mouse Pongo 2 Episodes
    2002 Justice League NTSB Inspector, Conducter Ep. “Metamorphosis” Parts 1 & 2
    2003-2007 All Grown Up! Chas Finster, Grandpa Boris Kropotkin, Shop Owner, Cop, Martin Costomiris, Announcer Recurring role; 24 Episodes
    2004–2006 The Batman Crime Boss 2, Reporter, Guard 2 Episodes
    2006 Frisky Dingo Phillip 3 Episodes
    2011 G.I. Joe: Renegades Duke’s Dad (Max Hauser), Guard, Delivery Man Ep. “Homecoming Part 1”
    2011–2014 The LeBrons Additional voices
    2014 Community Duke Episode: “G.I. Jeff”
    2015–2016 Transformers: Rescue Bots High Tide 5 Episodes
    2017 Star Wars Rebels General Jan Dodonna 4 Episodes
    2018 Voltron: Legendary Defender The Archivist Ep. “Kral Zera”
    2018 DuckTales Quackerjack 2 Episodes

  • The Addams Family – Buck
  • A Pup Named Scooby-Doo – Stinkweed, Boobeard, Boogedy Bones, Manny the Mauler
  • Bonkers – The Collector
  • The Brothers Flub – Additional voices
  • Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels – Peter, additional voices
  • The New Adventures of Captain Planet – Additional voices
  • CB Bears – Chief
  • Capitol Critters – Additional voices
  • Challenge of the Super Friends – Riddler, Young Lex Luthor
  • Commander Cork – Commander Cork
  • Darkwing Duck – Quackerjack
  • Devlin – Ernie Devlin
  • Dink, the Little Dinosaur
  • DuckTales – Talking Onion
  • Garfield and Friends
  • Tom and Jerry Works – Uncle Pecos
  • Gargoyles – Pal Joey, Martin Hacker
  • Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles – Old Man, Trooper 1
  • Goof Troop – Dutch Spackle
  • Foofur – Harvey
  • The Freedom Force -Merlin, Tochi/Super Samurai
  • Galtar and the Golden Lance – Yoggoth
  • The Houndcats – Stutz, Raven
  • Inhumanoids – Auger, Blackthorn Shore, Eddie Augutter
  • Jana of the Jungle – Dr. Ben Cooper
  • Kidd Video – Additional voices
  • Lloyd in Space – Douglas’ Father
  • Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone – Sebastian
  • Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour – Additional voices
  • Mister T – Additional voices
  • My Little Pony – Grogar
  • My Smurfy Valentine (TV special)
  • Pac Preview Party (TV Special) – Duke, Dash (uncredited)
  • Problem Child – Additional voices
  • Quack Pack – Additional voices
  • Rambo and the Forces of Freedom – Additional voices
  • Robotix – Kontor, Lupus, Traxis, Venturak
  • Rubik, the Amazing Cube – Renaldo Rodriguez, Rudy Rodriguez
  • Samurai Jack – Additional voices
  • Saturday Supercade – Additional voices
  • Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo – Additional voices
  • Scooby Goes Hollywood (TV special) – Jackie Carlson, Jesse Rotten, V.P.
  • Snorks – Allstar Seaworthy, Bigweed
  • Space Stars – Space Ace
  • Speed Buggy – Mark
  • Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends – Doctor Octopus, Otto Octavius
  • Super Friends – Riddler, Zan, Gleek
  • Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show – Zan, Gleek
  • Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron – Captain Grimalken
  • Talespin – Mr. Perry, Owl Capone Bird Bodyguard, Herman Grapple, Snobs, Lefty
  • The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie – The Artful Dodger, Fishmonger, Craig Robinson / Tyrano Guard (Episodes: “Oliver and the Artful Dodger: Parts 1 & 2” and “Lost in Space”)
  • The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda – Additional voices
  • The All-New Super Friends Hour – Zan, Gleek
  • The Centurions – John Thunder
  • The Dukes – Additional voices
  • The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley – Additional voices
  • The Flintstone Kids – Mr. Billy Bad
  • The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang – Additional voices
  • The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible – Angel of the Lord, Captain, Eliab, Philistine Warrior
  • The Incredible Hulk – Zzzax
  • The Jetsons – Additional voices
  • The Karate Kid – Additional voices
  • The Kwicky Koala Show – George, Ranger Rangerfield
  • The Mork & Mindy / Laverne & Shirley / Fonz Hour – Additional voices
  • The New Adventures of Gigantor – Dr. Murkybottom
  • The New Adventures of Jonny Quest – Doctor Forbes
  • The New Scooby-Doo Movies – Mark, Red Beard, Robot Gunslinger, Gene Haultrey, Scorpion Coach, Mr. Finster, Additional Voices
  • The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries – Yorick, Ghost of Hamlet, Professor Mikos, additional voices
  • The Pirates of Dark Water – Additional voices
  • The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show – Plastic Man, Dr. Astro, Gearshift Swift, Half-Ape
  • The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest – Ezekiel Rage
  • The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour – Tar Monster, additional voices
  • The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour – Dash, Duke
  • The Smurfs – Grouchy Smurf, Handy Smurf, Johan, Lazy Smurf
  • The Smurfs Christmas Special (TV special) – Additional voices
  • The Smurfs Springtime Special (TV special) – Grouchy Smurf
  • The Super Globetrotters – Additional voices
  • The Transformers – Bombshell, Brainstorm, First Aid, Prowl, Scrapper, Sideswipe, Swoop, Dr. Fujiyama, Possum Brown
  • The World’s Greatest Super Friends – Zan, Gleek
  • Thundarr the Barbarian – Additional voices
  • Timeless Tales from Hallmark – Additional voices
  • Tom and Jerry Kids – Additional voices
  • Trollkins – Grubb Trollmaine
  • Voltron – Lance, Sven Holgersson
  • Voltron: The Third Dimension – Lance
  • W.I.T.C.H. – Crimson, Drake
  • What-a-Mess – Father
  • Animated films

  • Damaged Goods (1961 – aka V.D.) – Monk
  • Trip to Where (1968) – Joe Hennessey
  • A Wish for Wings That Work – Opus the Penguin
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein – Dr. Frankenstein
  • Anastasia – Additional voices (Uncredited)
  • Cars – Speed cars
  • Cats Don’t Dance – Lil’ Ark Angels Announcer
  • Davy Crockett on the Mississippi – TV Movie – Honeysuckle, Settler
  • G.I. Joe: The Movie – Duke, Blow–Torch, Lift Ticket, Xamot
  • GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords – Granite, Narligator, Slimestone
  • Heidi’s Song – Willie
  • Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby – Mr. Pyrite
  • Home on the Range – Horse
  • Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco – Stokey
  • How to Beat the High Co$t of Living – Tom
  • Inhumanoids: The Movie – Auger, Blackthorn Shore
  • I Yabba-Dabba Do! (TV movie) – Mr. Pyrite, additional voices
  • Jetsons: The Movie – Board Member #1
  • Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland – Oompy
  • My Little Pony: The Movie – Grundle
  • Porco Rosso – Additional voices
  • Ratatouille – Damaged Rat
  • Revenge of the Pink Panther – Claude Russo (uncredited)
  • Rockin’ with Judy Jetson – Quasar
  • Rugrats Go Wild! – Chaz Finster, Drew Pickles
  • Rugrats in Paris: The Movie – Chaz Finster, Drew Pickles, Chinese in Tokyo Man
  • Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island – Pierre
  • Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster – Duncan MacGubbin, McIntyre
  • The Smurfic Games (TV movie) – Handy Smurf, Lazy Smurf, Argus
  • Star Fairies (TV movie) – Freddy Flawless, Frump, Spectre
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope – General Vanden Willard
  • Tangled – Guards
  • The B.B. Beegle Show (TV pilot) – B.B. Beegle
  • The Brave Little Toaster – TV Announcer
  • The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera (theme park short) – Dick Dastardly
  • The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound – Bailiff, Laughing Donkey, Longhorn Steer, Station Announcer, Stinky Dalton
  • The Little Troll Prince – Krill, Kristi and Sonja’s Father, Ribo
  • The Rugrats Movie – Chaz Finster, Drew Pickles, Grandpa Boris Kerpacketer
  • The Wind in the Willows – Ratty
  • Tom and Jerry: The Movie – Ferdinand, Straycatcher #1
  • The Transformers: The Movie – Bombshell, Junkion, Prowl, Scrapper, Swoop
  • Video games

    Year Title Role Notes References
    1989 Ys I & II Dark Fact
    1994 Bouncers Fu
    Master Fo
    1998 Baldur’s Gate Galkin
    Gate Warden
    1999 Star Trek: Starfleet Command
    Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver Melchiah
    Sword of the Berserk: Guts’ Rage Guts
    2000 Star Wars: Force Commander General Tyr Taskeen
    Icewind Dale Larrel
    Star Trek: New Worlds
    Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn Haer’Dalis
    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Fallen Bajoran Man
    Wraith Obanak
    Starfleet Command Volume II: Empires at War
    2001 Emperor: Battle for Dune Unit Response Voice
    Baldur’s Gate II: Throne of Bhaal Omar Haraad
    Diablo II: Lord of Destruction The Druid
    Soul Reaver 2 Raziel
    Star Trek: Armada II N/A Additional voices
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Russian Soldier
    2002 Freedom Force Merlin
    Tochi/Super Samurai
    Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix Dr. Dimitri Sestrogar
    Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem Peter Jacob
    Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos Druids of the Talon
    2003 Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits Diekbeck
    Alter Echo Echo
    Grand Chase Dungeon of Monsters
    Call of Duty Sergeant Pavlov Also additional voices
    Legacy of Kain: Defiance Raziel
    Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando Biker #2
    Interview Announcer
    Mutant Crab
    Protopet Announcer
    Security System
    2004 Champions of Norrath Male Dark Elf Shadowknight
    Ninja Gaiden Muramasa
    Galleon Calverly
    Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse Patriarch
    Doom 3 Dr. Pierce Rogers
    Shellshock: Nam ’67 Howell
    Shark Tale Additional Tenant Fish
    The Bard’s Tale N/A Additional voices
    Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal Comic Narrator
    Trooper #1
    Trooper #2
    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater The Fear
    2005 Shadow of Rome Julius Caesar Also additional voices
    Rise of the Kasai Maibisi
    Madagascar Nick the Camel
    Advent Rising Enorym Tenspur
    Darkwatch Cartwright
    Age of Empires III John Black
    Ratchet: Deadlocked Lawrence
    2007 Ninja Gaiden Sigma Muramasa
    Clive Barker’s Jericho Governor Cassus Vicus
    Lost Odyssey Sed
    Universe at War: Earth Assault Sergeant Woolard
    2008 Condemned 2: Bloodshot Magic Man
    Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa N/A Additional voices
    2009 Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time Lawrence
    2010 Alpha Protocol Alan Parker
    2011 Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One Lawrence
    2012 World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Kairozdormu
    2013 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII N/A Additional voices
    2014 Hearthstone Medivh
    2015 Heroes of the Storm Medivh
    Transformers: Devastation Scrapper
    2016 World of Warcraft: Legion Medivh
    2020 Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition John Black

    Crew work

    Voice director

  • Kidd Video – Casting and voice director
  • Peter Pan and the Pirates – Voice director
  • The LeBrons
  • External Links

    Actor Michael Bell – Wikipedia

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