Fin Fang Foom
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Fin Fang Foom

Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Fin Fang Foom with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Iron Man

(Note: We at BTVA are aware that Steven Jay Blum voiced Fin Fang Foom in Super Hero Squad Show and David Kaye voiced Fin Fang Foom in Iron Man Armored Adventures. However, Fin never spoke in those shows. And while Fin originated in his own stand-alone comics during the 60's, he became such a known fixture of the Iron Man storyline we figured it would be best for Fin to be in Iron Man's section.)
Created by Pokejedservo on Jul 10 2010
Special thanks to Music Meister for additional sound clips.
Iron Man (1994) (1994)
Fin Fang FoomNeil Ross
Neil Ross
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2006)
Fin Fang FoomJames Sie
James Sie
Lego Marvel Avengers (2016)
Fin Fang FoomPatrick Seitz
Patrick Seitz


And now for this mighty Dragon (that is often of Alien Origin) whom is an almighty being by the name of FIN FANG FOOM! His voice acting debut was in the Iron Man animated series from the 90's in which he is voiced by VA Neil Ross. And while Neil is a fine VA I am kind of iffy about this as how his Fin voice is a little too high to be honest. (And while he did slightly lower his voice for Fin's 3rd and last episode "Beast Within" but there is not that much different.) But to be fair other than that his Fin voice is not that bad as his voice does have a bit of a raspy demonic tone. Overall an okay performance but Neil Ross has done better though.

And Fin didn't get a speaking role a little over a decade later in Marvel Ultimate Alliance in which he was voiced by James Sie. And while you can tell that there was vocal modification involved (not that I am complaining) I did like on how Fin did have a bit of a lower and more beastly voice. While Fin only had a few lines in that game as one of the "Boss" characters James did do a fairly good job at giving a menacing performance for Fin here.

Overall neither performance is all that perfect for the role but I am going with James Sie the most here for now.



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8000 Saiyans
said at 8:10 PM on Fri Nov 24 2017
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None of them are perfect, but I have to go with Neil Ross for this one, even though he could be even better if he went deeper.

Patrick Seitz works for the Lego version.

I'm not a fan of James Sie's take. James is a great VA and he could be amazing in the role, but he's too modulated for my taste.
said at 9:10 AM on Tue Jul 18 2017
1. James Sie
2. Neil Ross
said at 10:16 PM on Fri Apr 21 2017
 2 Shout Outs!
Pat hits some nice lows here, pushes his voice unusually. His is a good take for this Lego version. I really like James Sie although the modification really helps there. I love Neil's accent & delivery, although he could perhaps go lower it's really good.
said at 10:03 PM on Tue Apr 26 2016
Sticking with James Sie, though Patrick Seitz was also good.
said at 8:38 PM on Fri Mar 25 2016
1. James Sie
2. Patrick Seitz
3. Neil Ross
said at 7:22 PM on Fri Mar 25 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
If the character does get a speaking role in either USP or AA, I wouldn't mind Patrick reprising from the game, since it would add more american animation to his resume.

All in all anyway, James Sie is the best so fart.

BONUS: Dee Bradley Baker or Robin Atkin Downes, either one would make a great Fing Fang Foom.
said at 6:26 PM on Fri Mar 25 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
Patrick Seitz is really great IMO. He has a great bombastic flair, he's really funny but he also sounds regal. He could do really well as a more standard version. However, as he stands, he's really enjoyable.

Neil Ross has a really great sinister sound to his voice. His slow delivery really makes Fing Fang Foom a pretty foreboding villain.

James Sie is too modulated unfortunately. He could have really shined if it weren't for the heavy effects.
said at 9:47 AM on Mon Mar 23 2015
 1 Shout Out!
1) Neil Ross
2) James Sie
said at 7:10 AM on Fri Nov 21 2014
 1 Shout Out!
It's too bad neither David Kaye nor Steve Blum spoke in the role, they both could have nailed it.

Out of the two here I'm going for Neil Ross, true his material was just laughable until season 2, but in all fairness I think he did have one of the more memorable performances alongside Ed Gilbert's Mandarin. I think he should've gone a little deeper, but the whispery raspy tone he uses works fairly well. I really like the subtle echo they added to his voice too, it's just too bad his time in season 2 was so brief.

James Sie could've been great in the role if he did something like his Shendu, however the voice he uses here is just too heavily modulated, normally I don't mind that kind of stuff as sometimes it can really help make an already great performance even better, but here he sounds way too robotic, and it makes the voice itself sound too cheesy, I don't think I can even judge the voice without the effects because he's just so bogged down by them.

Neil Ross wasn't perfect by any means, but I do think he had a more fitting voice for the character, so he gets my vote. James Sie really didn't fit at all.
said at 1:20 PM on Tue Sep 23 2014
If only the music wasn't so loud so I can really hear James' voice.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:58 PM on Fri Jun 6 2014
 7 Shout Outs!
I actually like Neil more, his whispery voice and slow pace was more threatening and memorable. Plus he had some great delivery on lines, espically in season 2. I reccomnd looking up "Great Quotes of Fing Fang Foom" he had some really good lines.

I can see why poeple would like James since his voice is deeper which fits a big monster like FFF but it is pretty generic.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:59 PM on Fri Jun 6 2014
The said I would like Corey Burton to take a stab at FFF
said at 12:57 PM on Sun Dec 22 2013
To me, they both fit the role but James sounds more threatening so he gets my vote.
said at 8:58 AM on Mon Nov 25 2013
 3 Shout Outs!
We need a new speaking voice for the triple F :-)
said at 3:12 PM on Wed May 1 2013
david kaye and steve blum where r they
said at 7:42 PM on Thu May 2 2013
@THETOUCH2012 It's mentioned at the top that they didn't speak in either episode.
said at 4:44 PM on Mon Dec 3 2012
I like James Sie's deeper voice.
said at 2:09 PM on Sun Jul 15 2012
Both are good, but I'm gonna go with James Sie for Fin Fang Foom.
said at 3:37 PM on Mon Apr 11 2011
 2 Shout Outs!
James Sie should have used his Shendu from Jackie Chan Adventures.
said at 8:36 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@pete Or Jackie Chan himself.
said at 10:01 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@pokemastanumba1 I didn't say Jackie Chan should have voiced him. I said James Sie should his voice for the character Shendu a character from the cartoon Jackie Chan Adventures though coincidentally he voiced Jackie Chan there as well.
said at 10:20 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@pokemastanumba1 Actually this is like the original voice he used although modified.
said at 5:48 PM on Mon Jul 12 2010
I'm going with James Sie because his voice is more deeper
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Neil Ross
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