G.I. Joe

G.I. Joe
Voice Directors: Don Jurwich, Wally Burr

US Premiere: Sep 16, 1985
US Conclusion: 1987

Seasons: 2
Episodes: 95

Popularity: 326th All Time, 482nd This Week

Franchise: G.I. Joe
Characters on BTVA: 101
  • The voice-acting debut of Rob Paulsen
  • A separate entry for the 2 season 44 episode DIC series (1989-1991) is on the site. The cast order as seen below is according to episode appearance and total lines. In order to be included in the 'main cast' a character had to either have 200 total lines of dialogue or appear in at least 30 episodes and have at least 100 lines of dialogue. Snake Eyes is the lone exception. The recurring roles is ordered solely on total dialogue lines. There were two mini-series for the Sunbow version that aired in 1983 and 1984. There was also one mini-series for the DIC version that aired in 1989. Some sources may site the Sunbow version as having 100 episodes. This is done by counting all of the 5 part mini-series as well as the movie, which was aired on TV in five parts. Finally, there was a direct to video movie produced in 1987. This movie will also have a seperate entry in the future.
G.I. Joe G.I. Joe
  VIEW BY:   Characters   |    Characters / Voice Actors   |    Voice Cast   |    Credits    |   Special

Main Cast

Recurring Roles

Guest Stars


Comments

Add a Comment

OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 6:52 PM on Tue Jul 27 2010
Picked it up today, expect the movie page to appear very soon!! Just have to screen-cap about 49 characters real quick haha.
Faved by 24 BTVA Members
Share/Save/Bookmark
6th Annual BTVA Voice Acting Awards 2016
Fave Character
Who's your favorite character?
Cobra Commander
37.5% (3 votes)
Duke
12.5% (1 vote)
Shipwreck
12.5% (1 vote)
Beachhead
12.5% (1 vote)
Flint
12.5% (1 vote)
Destro
12.5% (1 vote)
8 Total Votes
VOICE COMPARES
Listen to all the actors who have voiced the following G.I. Joe characters.
Cobra Commander
Cobra Commander
Xamot
Xamot
Stalker
Stalker
Dial-Tone
Dial-Tone
Rock n Roll
Rock n Roll
Serpentor
Serpentor
CHECK OUT ALL 39 VOICE COMPARES »