Michael Bell

Michael Bell is an American actor, voice actor and voice director who is most active in voice over roles, known for his youthful voice. He has acted in video games and animated series, including Transformers, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Rugrats, and The Smurfs, and appeared on-screen in film and television, including the TV…

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Michael Fielding

Michael Fielding is best known for playing the character of Naboo in The Mighty Boosh television series. He was born 1981 in Westminster, London, England and raised in Mitcham, Surrey. He is a comedian and actor. His brother Noel Fielding gave him an acting part in The Mighty Boosh, which proved to be his big…

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Mike Baron

Mike Baron is the creator of Nexus and Badger, two independent superhero comics. His comic credits include Flash, Punisher, Deadman, and Star Wars. He has written for Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Creem, Fusion, Isthmus, Boston Phoenix, Boston Globe, Oui, and numerous other publications. Mike Baron is the creator of Josh Pratt, a reformed motorcycle hoodlum…

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Mike Malloy

Writer/director/actor Mike Malloy has dedicated his career to tough-guy and action cinema since getting a book deal at age 19 to write the biography of Spaghetti Western star Lee Van Cleef. Malloy went on to develop some Western features — like the official Franco Nero Django sequel, Django Lives — and co-produce others, like The…

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Neil Ross

Neil Ross is an English-born American voice actor and announcer, now resident in the United States, working in Los Angeles. He has provided voices in many American cartoons, most notably Voltron, G.I. Joe and Transformers. He has also done voice work in numerous video games, including Mass Effect and Leisure Suit Larry 6 and 7. Ross has also provided voice roles (such as radio announcers) for many…

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Patrick Breen

As a respected American supporting player in film, television, and theater who occasionally moonlights as a screenwriter, Patrick Breen first culled recognition in the American press in 1991. That spring, the then-30-year-old delivered a bravura performance as an emotionally damaged son in Jon Robin Baitz’s play The Substance of Fire. Breen hit his zenith as…

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