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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Oolong with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Dragon Ball

Oolong is a shape shifting pig in Dragon Ball. He can hold any form for 5 Minutes at a time. He is also a pervert, and enjoys collecting women's underwear and trying to see Bulma naked. Oolong's rival is Puar. His role in the series starts out as a very prominent main character in Dragon Ball, and gets a bit smaller by the beginning of DBZ, and even smaller by the end of DBZ. By DBGT, his role is reduced to a bit part.

When Dragon Ball was first adapted into English in 1989, he was voiced by Dave Mallow. This dub was test marketed on several stations, and went under the radar. It was canceled after a small amount of episodes and movies were dubbed. In this dub, Oolong was renamed Mao-Mao.

Oolong was voiced by Alec Willows for most of the early Vancouver voice productions for the Dragon Ball franchise. This included the 1995 English dub of Dragon Ball, the Funimation/Saban adaptation of Dragon Ball Z, the second DBZ movie, and the edited TV version of the third DBZ movie.

Doug Parker initially filled in as Oolong for the uncut version of the third DBZ movie. He also completely took over the role for Oolong's remaining appearances in the Westwood/Ocean dub of the Trunks Saga onward.

For an alternative dub of Dragon Ball produced in association with Blue Water Studios in Calgary, Canada for broadcast in the UK and Canada, Oolong was voiced by Corby Proctor.

For most of Funimation's in-house Dallas voice productions (which covers pretty much the entire franchise), Oolong has been voiced by Brad Jackson.

Mark Britten filled in the role briefly in the beginning of Funimation's in-house dub of DBZ when Brad Jackson was unavailable. Brad has since redubbed Britten's voice for the recent remastered release.

In most current media (such as Dragon Ball Z Kai and the recent dub of Curse of the Blood Rubies), Oolong is voiced by Bryan Massey for Funimation Entertainment.

For the AB Groupe English dubs of some of the movies that aired in European markets and were recorded in France (AKA "The Big Green dub"), Oolong appears, and is voiced by David Gasman.
Created by PurpleWarrior13 on Jan 19 2011
Special thanks to Cypo for additional sound clips.
Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1996)
OolongBryan Massey
Bryan Massey
Dragon Ball Z (1996)
OolongRichard Newman
Richard Newman
Dragon Ball (1996)
OolongCorby Proctor
Corby Proctor
Dragon Ball Z (1996)
OolongMark Britten
Mark Britten
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (1998)
OolongAlec Willows
Alec Willows
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (1998)
OolongDavid Gasman
David Gasman
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (1998)
OolongScott McNeil
Scott McNeil
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (1998)
OolongBrad M. Jackson
Brad M. Jackson
Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (2000)
OolongDave Mallow
Dave Mallow


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8000 Saiyans
said at 12:34 PM on Sun Jun 10 2018
Brad is the best here, so my vote goes to him.
Vocal Evolver
said at 11:58 AM on Sun Apr 8 2018
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Brad Jackson has such a charm to his voice that I can't quite explain, but he's definitely the best Oolong.
said at 1:12 PM on Wed Mar 22 2017
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Brad M. Jackson: Easily Oolong's best English VA. Nails the hilarious moments(Especially in DB), has a good sense of gruffness to the voice, and it matches his appearance the best.

Richard Newman: A close second for me. He might lack the rough texture to his voice that Jackson brought, but still has the right pitch and leave a nice impression.

Bryan Massey: A nice fill-in for DBZ Kai. He's inconsistent at times with the impression, but still has many of the same nuanaces.

Alec Willows: His pitch sounds a tad too high and the delivery can be slightly grating at times, but still, it's a charming performance.

Scott Mcneil: Decent fill-in for Alec. Somewhat forced, but not a bad fit at all.

Dave Mallow: A serviceable take. The only real issue I'd have is that it feels too bland and ordinary. While it's nothing outstanding, it's decent for HG dub.

David Gasman: The accent is too distracting as well as the voice being too high in pitch, but he does have a certain element of perversion and charm, if nothing else.

Corby Proctor: The voice pitch and delivery are a bit too inconsistent. He's not bad, but not so good either. I actually watched an Oolong voice compare video featuring him and Byron Close(Blue Water DB VA for Monster/Boss Carrot) speaking, and I thought these two would sound better if they maybe switched around roles. Close sounds strikingly similiar to the Funi performance, while Proctor's higher pitched voice had more potential to fit Boss Carrot.

UVA(Obscure Filipino English Dub of Return of Cooler): Found a clip featuring Oolong talking. From what I can hear(Poor VHS quality), he sounds....just alright. A bit bland, but I've hard worse.

Mark Britten: Not a huge fan of this performance. The delivery feels pretty monotone and the voice is an all-around weak fit for this character.

I have to wonder who voiced Oolong in the Animax dub, if they made it up to the episodes he's in. I'll probably never have a chance to hear that dub(Since it only aired in Asia), but I'm sort of curious.
said at 9:42 PM on Sat Apr 7 2018
@Light&Darkness94 These are my exact feelings, except I'd put Scott McNeil ahead of Alec Willows. It's a bit stereotypical for a pig character, but it still sounds closer to what Oolong should've sounded like all along. Alec Willows' take on Oolong always just annoyed me, in the DB and DBZ dubs.
said at 12:03 PM on Sun Apr 8 2018
@Light&Darkness94 I'd say it's certain they did, given the Dave Bridges stated they got as far as the adult Goku episodes, and he laments not being able to play the role as long as Andrea Kwan (which strongly suggests they didn't get to Z).
said at 3:37 PM on Mon Dec 12 2016
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Pretty sweet Brad is back in both Buu Kai and Super. I thought Brian did really well, but it'll be great to have Jackson back.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 3:38 PM on Thu Jul 28 2016
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In the Dragon Ball mood again and for whatever reason this was the first compare that leaps to mind.

1. Brad Jackson: Just the right balance of roughness to make him sound like a pig without it being annoying. He nails Oolong's snarky demeanor as well, I was really glad to hear him again in Battle of Gods.

2. Richard Newman: The voice hits a lot of the same notes as Brad, though I think Richard could have gruffed it up just a bit more. A shame he never had much to work with.

3. Corby Proctor: Corby's Oolong starts out really good. He's got this very smart, wiseguy sort of voice that works very, very well in early Dragon Ball. Problem is that even early on he starts to slip into that annoying high pitched voice you hear in that clip. By the end of the series that's how Oolong always sounds, which really detracts from an otherwise good performance.

4. Bryan Massey: Solid acting and a good fill-in for Brad. I find his voice often lacking though, he sounds very plain at times.

5. Alec Willows: Very solid acting and a good attempt at sounding like a pig, but sometimes I feel he gets too exaggerated sounding. Oolong is supposed to be a more down to Earth character than a lot of the DB cast.

6. Dave Mallow: Perfectly serviceable, but doesn't really stand out. Needs more pizazz.

7. David Gasman: Has some of Corby Proctor's good qualities, however it's the rushed acting that brings down this performance, as it does with most of the Big Green Dub.

8. Mark Britten: All of Mark's roles have very amateur acting, which really doesn't help when he often dons very annoying, exaggerated voices. At least it's not his Karin.

9. Scott McNeil: Scott, what are you doing? The voice is so exaggerated and forced it hurts my ears. His acting is shockingly below par for such a talented actor. Some deliveries border on incoherence. How did this happen?
Nightmare Crusher
said at 9:48 AM on Tue Nov 7 2017
@Nightmare Crusher Ray Chase wasn't fantastic or anything, but he gave a solid performance. I would place him on par with Bryan Massey.
said at 12:44 PM on Thu May 5 2016
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I started with Kai, so I'm biased towards Massey.
said at 7:19 PM on Sun Mar 27 2016
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Brad M. Jackson FTW.
said at 11:44 PM on Thu Mar 17 2016
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Jeez, could you have picked a worse clip for Corby Proctor? Even though he's not my personal favourite Oolong voice I still really enjoyed his take in Blue Water's dub of Dragonball and give him major props.

While the other actors mostly played up the cartoonish pig aspects of his character Corby instead gave him a smoother/younger voice and paired it with a streetwise personality. It surprisingly fits and gives the impression that he's a lot smarter than with the other voices.

That being said, Alec Willows would still have to be my overall favourite just because the voice itself is so distinct and fitting for his appearance.

While I'm a big fan of Scott McNeil I think his impression of Alec Willows falls a little short, in this case I much prefer Richard Newman's impression as second best. Brad M. Jackson isn't bad but I find it a little too deep at certain points.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 8:18 AM on Thu Mar 24 2016
@NitroEX I dunno, after the first story arc I thought Corby Proctor pretty much lost all of the nuance in his Oolong and just started talking in that squaky, high-pitched voice all the time.
said at 4:21 AM on Sun Jan 10 2016
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Dunno if it's just me, and it's kind of a weird observation to make I admit, but after listening to them both back-to-back it sounds like Scott McNeil's Oolong is turning into David Gasman's Oolong at the end of his clip.
said at 3:28 PM on Sat Jan 9 2016
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Brad Jackson is a laugh riot as Oolong, after having seen all of the DBZ Movie where Oolong has a part in back in the summer of 2014, I think he makes this character shine best. He has an appropriately gruff pig like voice and the way he handles his sarcastic and perverted moments is excellent. Bryan Massey is a perfect replacement all things considered but I'd rather have Jackson back in the role. I'm glad Sabat brought him back for BOG and I hope he continues to use him for here on out if Oolong does appear more often in the future.

I do enjoy Scott McNeil, Alec Willows and Richard Newman respectively, of the three Newman would be my favourite why I'm not sure I guess it's because I would never have expected him to pull off Oolong as well as his did.

Mark Britten is fine.

Corby sounds way too high pitch for my liking.

David Gasman....why does Oolong have an accent? He does sound sneaky and perverted but the accent is just jarring.

Dave Mallow is the least fitting as he sounds like a slick old timey gangster and not a pig. It's weird this is the voice KaiserNeko chose to base the DBZA version of Oolong on.

Yup I gotta go with Brad on this one. I kinda hope for Ocean Kai Peter New is Oolong, he can totally do a great pig voice.
said at 5:17 PM on Wed Nov 11 2015
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Alec Willows tops it
said at 12:15 PM on Sat May 30 2015
Top 5:

1. Brad Jackson
2. Alec Willows
3. Dave Mallow
4. Bryan Massey
5. Richard Newman
said at 12:54 PM on Thu Nov 12 2015
@Kioea Full order:

1. Brad Jackson
2. Alec Willows
3. Dave Mallow
4. Bryan Massey
5. Richard Newman
6. Scott McNeil - I just hear a typical Scott voice.
7. Mark Britten
8. David Gasman
9. Corby Proctor
said at 6:14 PM on Fri Apr 24 2015
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Guess Parker played the porker all of 0 times, then.
said at 7:09 PM on Tue Nov 11 2014
Richard's pretty good. I would have thought that was Terry Klassen if he wasn't credited.
said at 7:21 PM on Tue Nov 11 2014
@pete Of the 3 Ocean guys I say Scott is 1st, his voice had the least flaws, Alec is 2nd, another voice sounded like Terry Klassen, Richard 3rd, he had the right voice, sounds a bit like Alec(or is that the other way around?) but also sounds inconsistent, and .
said at 3:12 PM on Sat Aug 9 2014
Bradford Jackson is definitely the best, but for me, the second best is Alec Willows, tbh: I'm not a big fan of Bryan Massey in this role, but he did a good job, don't get me wrong.
said at 7:33 PM on Fri Apr 18 2014
I could swear that Doug Parker's Oolong is actually Scott McNeil. lol
Nightmare Crusher
said at 7:36 PM on Fri Apr 18 2014
@MegaMac There's a pretty good chance that it actually is Scott McNeil.
said at 11:24 AM on Fri Jun 20 2014
@MegaMac I think that actually is Scott McNeil. Listening to that clip it sounds ALOT like him. I listened to some of Doug's roles on here and none of them sound even close to this.
said at 12:25 PM on Sun Jul 6 2014
Indeed, Scott was merely a fill-in for the Uncut dub of Tree of Might, as Alec Willows was the only one to not reprise his roles. Parker, instead, was

For the main series, Parker does become the new Oolong, as demonstrated by the fact that his voice as a low ceiling and is noticeably forced (like he's holding his nose). I've only heard his line to Yamcha in the Cell Games saga ("Just don't get creamed like the last time.") and it was more than enough for me to tell who it was.

Parker was instead Icarus. Everyone else failed to see it because they were sidetracked into being convinced that Weseluck was Icarus, thus they were forced to put Parker to Oolong under false pretenses - something that happened a lot with these movies' cast for various reasons (some our fault, others on Ocean themselves).
said at 10:19 PM on Tue Mar 11 2014
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I'm torn between Alec Willows, Mark Britten, Bryan Massey, and Bradford Jackson! I loved hearing them as Oolong!
said at 10:24 PM on Tue Oct 8 2013
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1. Bradford Jackson - He nailed it. He embodies Oolong's pervertedness, cowardice, wise guy-ism, and pig-ness in his voice. It fits like a glove.

2. Bryan Massey - Ladd Russo is a perfect choice to fill in for Jackson. He sounds almost just as great.

3. Doug Parker - Gets the pig-like grunt in his voice down right and is deeper with more emotion put into the performance than the one below.

4. Alec Willows - He's okay, but the voice is a bit too high and the line delivery sounds forced alot.

5. Dave Mallow - A deep, smooth con man voice fits the character well, but he lacks the "pig" quality of the others.

6. Mark Britten - Wow, can we say FORCED?

7. Corby Proctor - He just doesn't fit.

8. UVA - Eeehhh NO.
said at 5:06 PM on Mon Sep 30 2013
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Can't beat Brad. So glad he's back in voice acting, so I hope he plays Oolong in Battle of Gods
said at 10:57 AM on Tue Jun 11 2013
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Definitely Brad Jackson.
said at 4:03 PM on Thu Dec 27 2012
While Bradford is my fav, Bryan's a close secon and Mark and Alec re pretty good too. Corby's not bad but needs work.
said at 7:23 PM on Tue Nov 11 2014
@pete *second, are
said at 3:40 PM on Thu Dec 27 2012
I too think that's Scott Mcneil. He was present and I'm pretty sure Doug never voiced any DB characters.
said at 3:38 PM on Thu Dec 27 2012
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Anyone know what happened to Bradford Jackson? I wish he was in KAI.
said at 11:00 PM on Sun May 12 2013
@pete At the time Kai was in production, Bradford wasn't living in Texas, and since the character's appearance was very minimal, I can't imagine they felt it would be worth it to drag him down there. Same with Curse of the Blood Rubies, which was an incredibly rushed production only done because FUNi felt they had to. Bradford has since moved back to Texas, and has been back in the studio recording new roles for new shows. He'll likely voice Oolong again if the character appears in anything in the future, I guess with the exception of future Kai episodes, which might keep Bryan for consistency, unless he's unavailable (he does live in LA I believe), in which case they'd likely call Bradford back.
said at 10:20 AM on Sun Dec 16 2012
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I'm going with Bradford Jackson. Bryan Massey is pretty good too.
said at 4:29 AM on Mon Sep 17 2012
That might be Scott for the second Tree of Might clip. At the start it sounds similar to his voice for Dinobot from Beast Wars.
said at 3:38 PM on Thu Dec 27 2012
@Damolisher I agree. Towards the end I hear Rattrap as well.
said at 3:10 PM on Fri Oct 28 2011
1. Bradford
2. Bryan
3. Doug
4. Alec
5. Mark
6. Corby
7. That voice actor who did the voice for the AB Group dub
8. Dave
said at 7:10 PM on Thu Oct 22 2015
1. Bradford
2. Scott
3. Alec
4. Bryan
5. Richard
6. Dave M.
7. Corby
8. Mark
9. David G.
10. "Speedy Video" VA
said at 7:51 PM on Fri Mar 11 2011
Your missing his Kai voice
NCZ (Admin)
said at 8:40 PM on Fri Mar 11 2011
@pete Bryan Massey voiced him in Kai.
said at 2:13 AM on Sat Mar 12 2011
@NCZ Oh so he's reprising his role from before. It'd be nice if whoever put this on put that in the description so I knew.
said at 5:46 PM on Sun Sep 11 2011
@pete It is in the description.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 3:35 PM on Wed Jan 19 2011
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Another thing on Brad Jackson's I just picked up; the gruff voice I think actually works because it, combined with Oolong's tone, actually makes him sound like a real pig!
NCZ (Admin)
said at 3:30 PM on Wed Jan 19 2011
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Bryan Massey is my favourite. Brad Jackson is a close second. At first, I thought that his deep, gruff voice was a bit odd, but at the same time it's also a very unique voice that grows on you.
said at 1:38 AM on Fri Jul 29 2011
@NCZ I agree with you on Bryan Massey, but maybe that's because I think of Ladd Russo too much when I see him.
said at 1:52 PM on Wed Jan 19 2011
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I believe that is Scott McNeil in Doug Parker's space. Doug Parker didn't voice Oolong in The Tree of Might. Only World Strongest (The Dr. Wheelo movie) and the TV show from the Trunks saga to the end.
said at 1:35 AM on Wed Jan 19 2011
This is an interesting surprise however that Doug Parker clip really sounds more like Scott McNeil to me. Other than that this is a nice VC and I liked Alec, Doug/Scott, Bradford and Bryan are the best. Mark, Corby and the Unknown VA are alright though as for Dave Mallow its another case of questionable voice direction. (In which I agree that Dave might've been able to do a pretty good Oolong given better voice direction.)
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 1:09 AM on Wed Jan 19 2011
Nice VC Purple. Even I didn't know Mark Britten once voiced Oolong. :P
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