Charles Martinet

Charles Martinet is the prominent voice actor of the Mario games, which he took over in 1994. He voices several major characters, including Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Baby Wario, Metal Mario, Toadsworth, and many other characters. Martinet portrayed the male bosses in Super Mario Advance as well. Martinet plays the vast majority of the male characters in the Mario series. The Internet Movie Database attributes over 150 works…

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Derec Donovan

Derec (Aucoin) Donovan is a published comic book penciler, inker, colorist, and writer. His career started in 1994 working on L.E.G.I.O.N. for DC Comics, and during the past 19 years Derec has worked for every major publisher in comics. He has worked on virtually every recognizable character in comics. Derec’s imagination has brought to life…

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Jason Isaacs

APPEARING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Jason Isaacs starred as the unctuous Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films, the brutal Colonel Tavington in The Patriot, Captain Hook and Mr Darling in Peter Pan, Ranger Commander Captain Steele in Black Hawk Down,  D.J. — the ship’s doctor — in the cult classic Event Horizon, Major Briggs in…

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Ken Plume

Ken Plume writes, does interviews, co-hosts podcasts, plots, and sings horribly. He runs FRED Entertainment (www.ASiteCalledFRED.com), where he hosts the interview series A Bit of a Chat with Ken Plume, produced animation and podcasts for Kevin Smith, produced the documentary Milius, co-authored the children’s book There’s A Zombie In My Treehouse, and is the co-author…

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Herbert Jefferson, Jr.

Veteran actor Herbert Jefferson Jr. is known to many as Lieutenant Boomer from the original Battlestar Galactica. In a career spanning over 4 decades, Jefferson was a series co-star in Rich Man, Poor Man opposite Nick Nolte, as well as it’s sequel, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II. He also co-starred in the Revolutionary War…

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Brent Spiner

Born in Houston, Texas, Brent Spiner credits his high school drama teacher—the same man who inspired the careers of acting brothers Randy and Dennis Quaid, Cindy Pickett and director Thomas Schlamme—for igniting his desire to perform. After college, Spiner moved to New York City where he performed in numerous off-Broadway plays. Winning a role in…

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