Voice Actors

Some articles on voice actors, actor, voice, actors, voice actor:

La MB - Production Development - Voice Actors
... American Taiwan-based singer and actor Vanness Wu provided the voice for protagonist Dr ... LaMB represents Wu's first venture into voice acting for animation, providing dubs in both English and Mandarin ... His only previous voice acting experience was in the Mandarin version of Disney/Pixar's animated feature, Cars ...
Voice Acting In Japan - History - Radio Drama Era
... In that same year, twelve students who were specializing in voice-only performances became the first voice actors in Japan when a performance of a ... to themselves as "seiyū", but in those days the term "radio actor" (ラジオ役者, radio yakusha?) was used by newspapers to refer to the profession ... In 1941, NHK opened a training program to the public to prepare actors to specialize in radio dramas.This was called the "Tokyo Central Broadcasting Channel Actor ...
Son Gohan - Voice Actors
... dub Gohan would be voiced by Stephanie Nadolny as a child and Kyle Hebert would voice him as an adult throughout the series with the exception of the History of Trunks TV special where he was voiced by Dameon Clarke ...
List Of American Dad! Voice Actors
... This is a list of international voice actors on the animated series American Dad! ... Character English voice actor German voice actor European Spanish voice actor Italian voice actor French voice actor Stan Smith Seth MacFarlane Detlef Bierstedt Gabriel Jiménez Pino Insegno Emmanuel Jacomy Francine. 8 ... Other DVD releases "Inside the CIA" Night of the Hurricane Voice actors Family Guy The Cleveland Show Animation Domination ...

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    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    ‘Stay—stay with us!—rest—thou art
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    And fain was their war-broken soldier to stay;—
    But sorrow return’d with the dawning of morn,
    And the voice in my dreaming ear melted away.
    Thomas Campbell (1774–1844)