Alvin Sanders

Alvin Sanders

Date Of Birth: Mar 16, 1952
Birth Place: Oakland, California, USA

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Alvin Sanders is a voice actor known for voicing Demolishor, Puppet Master, and Jon Talbain.
Take a visual walk through his career and see 36 images of the characters he's voiced and listen to 10 clips that showcase his performances.

Trivia & Fun Facts:

  • Recipient of the 1990-1991 Jessie Award for Outstanding Supporting Performance by an Actor in a Musical or Revue for his role in the Firehall production of The Colored Museum
  • Recipient of the 1991-1992 Jessie Award for Outstanding Performance for his role as Hoke in the Arts Club Theatre Company production of Driving Miss Daisy
  • Recepient of the 1999-2000 Jessie Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role: Large Theatre for his role as Crooks in the Vancouver Playhouse production of Of Mice and Men
  • Portrayed Antonio Salieri in the Arts Club Theatre Company's 2000-2001 production of Amadeus.

Contact Info:

Email: alvin.sanders@ubcp.com

Other Professions:

President of the Union of British Columbia Performers (UBCP), an autonomous branch of the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA).

Alvin Sanders Voices

Credits On BTVA: 36 Roles from 19 Titles
Additional Voices on BTVA: 1

  • ALL
  • SHOWS
    (17)
  • MOVIES
    (1)
  • ADD.
    (1)
  • Filters:
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  • * Japanese Origin / Dubbed

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Who's your favorite Alvin Sanders role? *
Demolishor
29.6% (8 votes)
Puppet Master
18.5% (5 votes)
Jon Talbain
14.8% (4 votes)
Fluttershy
11.1% (3 votes)
Mr. Popo
7.4% (2 votes)
King Sombra
7.4% (2 votes)
Nate James / Air Enforcer
3.7% (1 vote)
Stretcher
3.7% (1 vote)
Flogg
3.7% (1 vote)
27 Total Votes
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