Fred Tatasciore

Fred Tatasciore

Birth Place: New York, New York, USA

Popularity: 57th All Time, 73rd This Week

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Credits On BTVA: 1161 Roles from 387 Titles  [ Only show characters with sound clips ]
Additional Voice Credits on BTVA: 42

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Jack Wilson
said at 5:53 AM on Fri Jul 13 2018
I want to do 2 things in life.

1. Voice act in at least one role before I die
2.Meet this legend.
EPA Deane
said at 12:27 PM on Fri Jun 15 2018
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Happy Birthday Fred Tatasciore

One of the Most Prolific and Versatile Voice Actors in the Industry..... What More needs to be Said?

Oh! I Know....

My Top 10 Favourite Roles from him are:

10. Iwa (A Letter To Momo)
9. Dr. Letz Shake (No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle)
8. Mandarin ( The Invincible Iron Man/ Marvel Heroes)
7. Beast (Wolverine and the X Men/ Lego Marvel Super Heroes/ Marvel Heroes/ X Men (Anime))
6. Megatron (Transformers: War For Cybertron/ Transformers: Rise of The Dark Spark)
5. Harvey Bullock (Scooby-Doo! and Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4. Cable (Deadpool)
3. Hulk ( Numerous Marvel Projects)
2. Saren Arterius (Mass Effect)
1. Ben 10,000 (Ben 10)

I really Looking Forward to hearing His Performance as Adroc Thurston in The Dub for the Eureka Seven: Hi Evolution Trilogy. I imagine him doing a Liam Neeson emulation for the Role.
8000 Saiyans
said at 9:52 AM on Fri Jun 15 2018
Happy birthday, Fred Tatasciore!

Another VA with a lot of excellent roles, but my favorite of his is Hulk.
said at 9:33 AM on Fri Jun 15 2018
Happy Birthday Fred Tatasciore!
said at 3:22 AM on Fri Mar 2 2018
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said at 10:24 PM on Sat Dec 23 2017
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Another thing I thank Fred for is his voice acting ace in the whole, Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa. (something that some friends also recommended after having blown my voice ^^;)

A brand of Honey Loquat Syrup that he takes whenever he does monster voices like The Hulk, hence why it's called 'Hulk Juice.'

You can take a spoonful, or mix it with herbal tea or hot water, or even just take a mouthful straight from the jar; and you know what... yeah it really does good, it doesn't improve your acting or your range mind you but it does save one's life when shouting or screaming or again doing loud creature noises, it's like a protective lotion for your throat and that's what's been helping me going through more practice sessions.

I know Kyle Hybert and Darin De Paul use it thanks to him, and I think more voice actors should take it as well, I know Tara Strong may find it helpful when voicing characters like Harley Quinn.
Shaun Ince
said at 6:11 AM on Mon May 14 2018
@Troodon2 Sean Schemmel has also used that same remedy for when he voices Goku after an intense screaming session.
said at 7:20 AM on Mon May 14 2018
@Shaun Ince Before Fred or after because of him? Either way it'd make sense to me.
Shaun Ince
said at 5:36 PM on Mon May 14 2018
@Troodon2 After. He said in a interview on VO Buzz Weekly that he used that remedy because Fred Tatasciore uses it. More than likely that Fred could have recommended it to him as well.
said at 6:05 PM on Mon May 14 2018
@Shaun Ince It's say it's possible rather than likely that Fred recommend it to him. I think Sean may have only gotten the idea from others who learned about the syrup from Fred.
Shaun Ince
said at 10:44 PM on Tue Dec 12 2017
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Congrats on surpassing 1100 credits Fred Tatasciore. Keep it coming.
said at 7:56 AM on Tue Dec 12 2017
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Fred is often cast in prelay work than anime, but it seems Funimation got a VERY special guest to make an appearance in their E7 Hi Evolution dub....

What a surprise! Fred is going to be Adroc, Renton's father! This company never ceases to amaze me!
said at 5:27 PM on Tue Dec 12 2017
@MizukaS This is exciting news since the only thing he's in relating to anime has always been Naruto.
said at 7:14 PM on Tue Dec 12 2017
@Diorgenson4321 Aside from "Naruto" (including its sequel series "Shippuden"), he also did "Afro Samurai", the Marvel Anime series ("Wolverine" and "X-Men"), "Zatch Bell", "A Letter to Momo", 'When Marnie was There" and just recently "Laws of the Universe".

The majority of them are union productions especially the latter three films.

But when compared to the likes of Kari Wahlgren, Crispin Freeman, and Steve Blum who started off doing VO in anime and currently do union voice work in anime on an occuring basis. Fred's different since he started off doing pre-lay animation back in the late 90's early 2000's before he booked guest roles in "Naruto" and transitioning to do more voice work in original animation and video games. But unlike Kari, Crispin, and Steve, Fred doesn't do union voicework anime which is a result of several factors:

1. His Voice over work schedule (which includes auditions for several different games and pre-lay shows)

2. The pay-scale of anime dubbing is extremely low, and prefers working in projects that pay better.

3. Not enough freedom in the booth and prefers to work in ensembles (just like the other voice actors who work in Pre-lay animation like Grey Delisle, Tara Strong, Tom Kenny, etc...) which gives him more freedom for ad-libbing and improvisation for lines when he works on a Pre-lay animation show or video game.
Shaun Ince
said at 10:43 PM on Sun Jan 14 2018
@DisneyAnimefan1995 A fair amount of actors have at least one or two anime related projects that they worked on at one point or another. Nolan North has an interesting history with anime too. He was in the Highlander anime movie around the same time he was working on Uncharted. And there were video game dubs that he did early on in his career, including one of the Trauma Centre games.
said at 4:25 AM on Fri Dec 8 2017
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Rocksteady and Master Shifu my two favorites other than the Hulk.
said at 2:21 PM on Thu Nov 9 2017
He 's amazing when he does the Hulk
8000 Saiyans
said at 6:09 PM on Mon Oct 16 2017
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This guy is simply amazing at what he does. He's perfect as Hulk, but he also does very well in other roles.
said at 8:53 PM on Sun Sep 24 2017
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Fred such an amazing talent he great as AAARRRGGHH!!, Iwa, Magnus, Beast / Hank MCcoy, Rocksteady, Saberhorn, Megatron, Soldier 76, Toichi, Cannonbolt, Ripjaws, Ben 10,000, Solomon Grundy, Emperor, Nikolai, Way Big, Teetsi, Farmer, Shifu, General Gato, Detective Flass, Kakuzu, and Hulk
said at 8:06 AM on Thu Jun 15 2017
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Happy 50th Birthday Fred Tatasciore!

Un-doutably this generation's equivalent to Jim Cummings; whenever you hear his distinctive voice and speech pattern you know you're in for a fun time. This man is practically everywhere nowadays, animation, video games, live-action voice over work, even anime.

Here's to another ten years Fred, I'd love to see what where you'll be later. :)
said at 6:07 AM on Thu Jun 15 2017
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Happy Birthday Fred Tatasciore!
said at 5:05 AM on Thu Jun 15 2017
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Happy Birthday Fred Tatasciore!

My top 10 favourite roles of his are:

1.) Hulk (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
2.) AAARRRGGHH!!! (Trollhunters)
3.) Iwa (A Letter To Momo)
4.) Megatron (Transformers: War For Cybertron)
5.) Rocksteady (TMNT)
6.) Lex Luthor (JLA Adventures: Trapped In Time)
7.) Saberhorn (Transformers: Robots In Disguise)
8.) Soldier 76 (Overwatch)
9.) Magnus (Kid Icarus Uprising)
10.) Saren Arterius (Mass Effect)

His performance as AAARRRGGHH!!! in Guillermo Del Toro's Trollhunters was definitely one of the highlights of the show, it's basically like a more peaceful version of his Hulk but it's a great way to take an iconic voice, and flip it 180 degrees to create another distinctive performance. I also liked his Arnold Schwarzenegger voice he used for Senior Uhl.

It was also great hearing him in Voltron Legendary Defender, this past season especially as Vrepit Sal and Varkon in the Space Mall episode. Which was my favourite episode of that season.

I also really enjoyed his most recent Solomon Grundy performance in Justice League Action, now playing Grundy as a Zombie version of his Megatron voice, you know what I rather liked that.
said at 6:44 AM on Fri Jun 15 2018
I also enjoyed Fred Tatasciore's performance as Janka in Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 5, an interesting type of character Fred hasn't gotten to do much of, basically an evil bureaucratic but cowardly Galra.

His Dingodile in the Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy is a pretty great and spot on impression of the late William Hootkins, that's a bit of range I never thought I'd get to hear out of Fred.

It's also cool he got to finally voice Harvey Bullock in the Scooby-Doo! and Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated movie, i love that he doesn't just make him sound like his Detective Flass from Batman: Year One but do something completely different and still distinctive from a lot of his other roles. His Killer Croc while not spot on to Stephen Root is still not just him reusing either of his 2 previous Croc voices, he managed to create a third distinctive voice for Croc, wow Fred just wow.

It's also interesting he voiced Martin Stein in Injustice 2, also including playing Swamp Thing (another Big Green role he's now done), as well as reprising Deathstroke and taking on Gorilla Grodd in the English dub of Batman Ninja and voicing Brainiac in DC Super Hero Girls. His Injustice 2 Bane voice was a huge step up from before.

His Max Modell is definitely one of the better casting choices and performance in Marvel's Spider-Man, great fit for the character.

Also good to see he returned to Twitter again recently in spite of him hating it (thanks Tara Strong and John DiMaggio).

Happy Birthday Fred Tatasciore!
Shaun Ince
said at 9:01 AM on Mon May 8 2017
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I know not all of Fred's roles have been accounted for yet, but he's almost passed Mel Blanc when it comes to how many credits he has on this site. That is crazy.
said at 11:50 PM on Wed Apr 12 2017
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What's the deepest voice he's done, & what VAs sound similar to him? I think he's a bit like Patrick Seitz in that he sort of "drags" his weight when he speaks, unlike say KMR whose tone is very measured & well-composed. So its difficult for me to tell just what his natural range is. The lowest (not necessarily gravelly/intense) role I've heard from him is Omega Supreme although I think there's slight pitch-shifting there.
said at 11:26 AM on Thu Apr 13 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed I think Patrick's voice has a different timbre than Fred Tatasciore's, especially when it comes to the voice and screams/shouts.

I would say Fred's vocal range is more in line with Paul St. Peter with a hint of Jeff Bridges, and to a lesser extent Jim Cummings mixed in!!
said at 12:19 PM on Thu Apr 13 2017
@DisneyAnimefan1995 Oh, I know about Paul being similar & Pat being different, just saying Pat speaks & performs similarly to Fred, & as for Paul I was thinking in more general terms, i.e. in TV & cartoon VA's. I constantly hear comparisons from Fred to KMR, it's just we rarely hear Fred really push his range so he came off kind of lighter to me. It's not really a big deal, I just like placing voices is all.
said at 9:08 AM on Thu Jun 15 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed Well it is pretty easy to compare Fred to Kevin, not just because they both voice deep sounding characters, but they also have a fair amount of range; listen to Fred's voice as Breadmaker and compare it Kev's voice as Bootjet Groovesta, both are among the lighter roles for either actor and both have a similar texture and pattern. Frankly I'd say Fred's is somewhere between Kevin Michael Richardson and John Dimaggio, in terms of tone, pitch, texture, pattern, attitude and range he practically has the best of both worlds. But that's just me personally.
said at 11:04 AM on Sat Jan 7 2017
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I blinked! Both Trey Parker AND he hit 1000 now!!!!!!
said at 7:12 PM on Tue Jan 3 2017
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Congratulations to the Latest Man of 1000 Voices!!!
said at 6:15 PM on Mon Jan 2 2017
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Fred has now officially become a man of a thousand voices. Congrats.

And he accumulated hundreds of roles really, really quickly. That's pretty incredible.
said at 8:15 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
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Congratulations on reaching over 1000 roles Fred.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 7:21 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
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Jeepers, I can still vividly remember visiting Fred's profile probably five years ago and seeing *77* roles on his page.

Seventy. Seven. Roles.

And now he's at 1000! O.o
Shaun Ince
said at 7:32 PM on Tue Jan 3 2017
@TylerMirage If his growth in voice credits continue the way they are right now, he's probably going to have the same number of roles they have currently(Over 1600 roles between them)
Shaun Ince
said at 6:35 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
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Congratulations on reaching over 1000 credits Fred Tatasciore.
said at 6:29 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
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Congrats on reaching the 1,000 credit mark.
said at 10:42 PM on Mon Jan 2 2017
@DisneyAnimefan1995 *Congrats on reaching 1,000 roles Fred.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:36 PM on Sat Dec 31 2016
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"Eargerly awaits for Fred to hit the 1000 credit mark"
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:43 PM on Sat Dec 31 2016
@Shaun Ince Give it about 26 hours. ;)
said at 12:20 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
@TylerMirage You weren't kidding
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 7:19 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
@Zillah There is a method to our madness. ;)
said at 12:47 PM on Wed Nov 16 2016
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I like Fred Tatasciore, he's great as the Hulk, Megatron, Saren Arterius, Magnus, Soldier: 76, and Hank McCoy/Beast.
said at 7:02 PM on Wed Jun 15 2016
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Happy birthday Fred!!! My personal favorite role of yours is Megatron, but you also rock as Hulk, Magneto, Sabretooth, Juggernaut, Mephisto, Krang, Thunderball, Blade, Iron Monger, Rhino, Thing, Carnage, J Jonah Jameson, Volstagg, Mysterio, Jarvis, Ymir, Beast, Graviton, Red Hulk, Crimson Dynamo, Bane, Solomon Grundy, Manhunter, Doomsday, Sgt. Rock, Major Force, Lex Luthor, Killer Croc, Ratchet, Grindor, Demolishor, Omega Supreme, Trypticon, Metroplex, Gato, Kazuku, Ripjaws, Cannonbolt, Way Big, Ben 10,000, Poseidon, Shifu, Panda Dad, Saren Artarius, & Florentine/Poultrygeist/Evil Chowder. Geez, that's A LOT of characters.
said at 6:32 PM on Wed Aug 17 2016
@GreenGoblin75 I agree wholeheartedly, but it is "Kakuzu" btw.
said at 2:10 PM on Wed Jun 15 2016
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Happy Birthday Fred Tatasciore!

One of the hardest working and greatest deep voiced voice actors currently in the industry, one of with an amazing vocal range and skill and yet also one of the more underrated VA's of this generation.

For over a decade now, he has been the definitive voice for The Hulk for almost every superhero fan, I honestly can't imagine anybody else being more perfect in the role or being able to surpass Fred's performance as the big green guy. I think it helps that not only does he have a great deep voice for Hulk, but the way he performs his roars and screams is amazing, initially he was portraying the simple minded brutish HULK SMASH! type of Hulk but ever since Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, he's been very fortunate to voice a more intelligent and more self aware Hulk, which I feel enhances his performance as their is more layers to the character now and Fred is just natural at the role of course. I think it's great he still is able to voice Hulk ever after EMH has ended, I guess like Steve Blum as Wolverine, even Jeph Loeb and Marvel couldn't see a reason to re-cast anyone else in the role. Hulk is without a doubt one of Fred's finest roles and my personal favourite of his.

I also love his performances as Beast, Cable, Juggernaut, The Thing, Ultron, Iron Monger, Mandarin, Rhino, Crimson Dynamo, Graviton, Volstagg, Ymir, Yon Rugg, J. Jonah Jameson, Dr. Doom, Magneto, Sabretooth, Scorpion, Sandman, Blockbuster, Blade, Thunderball, Iwa, Rocksteady/Ivan Steranko, Megatron, Ratchet, Omega Supreme, Trypticon, Dreadwing, Sideswipe, Saberhorn, Grindor, Demolisher, Lex Luthor, Bane, Solomon Grundy, Doomsday, Manhunters, Major Force, Sgt. Rock, Detective Flass, Perry White, Cannonbolt, Ripjaws, Way Big, Ben 10,000, Clu, Shifu, Master Bear, Marui, Manish Man, Muscle Dad, Magnus, Poseidon, Seismic, Soldier: 76 and Saren Arterius.

I think his other best skill is his voice matching, being able to do great impression of Liam Neeson, Alec Baldwin, John Goodman, Jeff Bridges, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Hugo Weaving, Dustin Hoffman, JK Simmons, Thomas Haden Church and so much more.

He definitely deserves more praise for his hard work over the past decade. Keep up the great work Freddy.
said at 8:38 PM on Sat Jun 4 2016
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An above average skilled voice actor for above average sized characters.
Shaun Ince
said at 7:20 PM on Sat May 14 2016
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Congrats on surpassing 900 roles Fred Tatasciore. He has become one of my favourite voice actors. His range is massive and it's a pleasure hearing him in these roles.
said at 6:21 PM on Sat May 14 2016
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Woah, now he has risen to over 900+ roles.
said at 6:20 PM on Tue Mar 29 2016
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Within 5 years, this guy will become a Man of a Thousand Voices for sure.
said at 11:38 PM on Tue May 31 2016
@huzaifa_ahmed Forget 5 years, I'd say within 5 months at this rate.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:06 AM on Wed Jun 1 2016
@huzaifa_ahmed Within 5 years he'll probably be at the same number of roles that Jeff Bennet & Frank Welker have currently. Granted if Welker is still around in the next five years(I sure hope so) he'll be at 2000 credits most definitely.
Shaun Ince
said at 4:52 PM on Wed Jan 20 2016
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A little over a week and he already jumped up to 800 credits. I commend you, Fred Tatasciore.
said at 1:08 AM on Thu Mar 24 2016
@Shaun Ince

IMO it's awesome that he somehow manages to do five different characters for Naruto (though it would've been cool to hear his Nine-Tailed Fox)

If they can manage to schedule this guy in...I wonder why they take so long with the dubs?

Seriously, though, I'd love to hear this guy in a (mainstream) dub again were they ever to unionize a Studiopolis dub again.
Shaun Ince
said at 6:52 PM on Thu Mar 24 2016
@huzaifa_ahmed Who knows? I think the schedule with anime dubs & western animation tend to clash sometimes, which is probably why they don't cast him as more characters.

The only time we might see Fred in another union dub is probably an anime movie. Most likely Naruto.

For a while, I've wanted to see Nolan North have a shot at anime dubbing but the pay for anime dubs might be off putting to him, or they just can't fit him in due to the fact that he's busy doing all these video games as well as some live action stuff as well.
Shaun Ince
said at 10:11 PM on Wed Jan 13 2016
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I swear, he keeps getting a new role almost every time I visit this page. And that isn't even a bad thing. This guy is awesome in everything. On top of having a booming voice, he has great vocal range and one of the best VA's that can voice match celebrities. Already in all the years he's been active he's ammassed over 750 credits. That is very impressive. I can only imagine how many roles he might have by the end of this year or maybe even the next five years.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 11:31 AM on Fri Dec 11 2015
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I think Fred would make a killer Ultra Magnus. :D
Shaun Ince
said at 8:50 PM on Fri Jan 22 2016
@TylerMirage You just read my mind :D
said at 5:32 PM on Mon Oct 5 2015
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I just found out he was the voice of the Yeti from Expedition Everest.

That's awesome.
Shaun Ince
said at 5:22 PM on Sun Aug 30 2015
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Congrats on over 700 roles Fred.
said at 12:56 AM on Mon Jun 8 2015
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Is it me, or does Fred's voice for Gato sound just like Mike Pollock's voice for Dr. Eggman?
said at 6:00 PM on Mon Apr 27 2015
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I've always associated Fred with his Hulk voice, but he has absolutely incredible vocal range.
Shaun Ince
said at 4:19 PM on Thu Apr 9 2015
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He's growing in numbers with all these new roles. If possible he might reach past 1000 roles, and be up there with the likes of Mel Blanc, Jeff Bennet, Dee Bradley Baker & Frank Welker.
said at 7:44 AM on Fri Mar 13 2015
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:53 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
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Congrats on making 600 roles, on your way to making it to 1000
said at 6:45 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
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Polyester Funk
said at 12:13 AM on Tue Jul 15 2014
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His Fall of Cybertron Megatron says the line: "Coronation Starscream. This is bad comedy." And he sounds a bit like Leonard Nimoy's Galvatron, too. I know that in the current IDW comics that Galvatron is a barbarian and I think Fred could work well for that version of him if he were to appear in a series.

I think I read Autovolt suggest that somewhere.
said at 9:15 AM on Tue Feb 18 2014
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That's a great new picture of him.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 9:15 AM on Tue Feb 18 2014
@PsychicVoiceSpy It only took years, but yeah, there was FINALLY a good quality photo we could use! :D
said at 3:35 PM on Tue Feb 18 2014
The Disney logo's a little distracting though O_O
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 3:44 PM on Tue Feb 18 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight The Disney logo was a tad more difficult to try and edit out. The Thor helmet on the right was easier, given that his hair didn't interact with it, but since the Disney logo goes directly behind his head, it's harder to Photoshop out.
said at 6:26 PM on Tue Feb 18 2014
@TylerMirage ...I don't see his new photo, it's just the same old one I've always seen on my end.
said at 6:27 PM on Tue Feb 18 2014
@Metabad OH WAIT NEVERMIND! I refreshed the page and the new photo just showed up for me.

False alarm folks, nothing to see here!
said at 3:51 PM on Sat Feb 22 2014
@PsychicVoiceSpy H definitely looks more clean cut than in the previous image.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:37 PM on Fri Feb 14 2014
Don't know why but he looks like a New York cop
said at 3:11 PM on Sun Jan 19 2014
His favorite role of mine is actually Saren from the original Mass Effect, it's such a nice change of pace for him and he pulled off the role of an indoctrinated Spectre perfectly.
said at 5:21 PM on Mon Jan 20 2014
@chaosincarnate Wait... that was worded wrong. >:(
said at 9:26 AM on Tue Nov 26 2013
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Not only is Fred talented and versatile, he's a really nice guy. I have the pleasure of seeing him when he comes to EA to do v/o work for us.
said at 4:09 AM on Fri Nov 8 2013
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Of all the voices that Fred has nailed to the utmost perfection, I think his take on Megatron is by far the best. It makes the character more vicious and blood-hungry as well as menacing and pose as an actual threat. Fred's voice has a great booming feel to play characters like that.
said at 9:45 AM on Sun Oct 20 2013
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I really like his Hulk voice & he is a good stand in for Dustin Hoffman on the Kung Fu Panda tv series.
said at 6:12 PM on Thu Sep 26 2013
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I'm surprised this man hasn't been favorited more than he has. Heck, the only reason I haven't added him to my list yet is because I want to wait until I've heard more of his work and so that I can get everything I want to say about him straight before writing out the reason.

His versatility is simply amazing and he's easily up there with Dee Bradley Baker and many other legends.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:41 PM on Wed Jul 17 2013
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*crosses fingers* Please be Grimlock someday, please be Grimlock someday, please be Grimlock someday...
said at 5:48 PM on Thu Nov 7 2013
@TylerMirage Maybe there's a chance that he could play Grimlock in Age of Extinction.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:40 PM on Thu Nov 7 2013
@DreamMaster08X That would be cool, though I'd hope that Berger would reprise his role.
said at 9:17 AM on Fri Nov 8 2013
@TylerMirage Either way, it would be a win-win situation, right?
virtual revenger
said at 1:12 AM on Wed Jul 10 2013
Was he the announcer on Disney world peoplemover and Space Mountain?
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 9:37 PM on Wed Dec 19 2012
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Fantastic voice actor!

Hulk, Beast and Kakuzu!
said at 9:19 AM on Wed Oct 31 2012
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He's an awesome Hank McCoy.
said at 2:33 PM on Mon Jul 30 2012
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I'd like to see Fred do more anime roles. I thought he was brilliant as Gato and Kakuzu in the Naruto.
said at 2:34 PM on Mon Jul 30 2012
@Fulgore2005 *in Naruto.
said at 6:14 PM on Tue Sep 3 2013
@Fulgore2005 Naruto is one of the few union-approved anime dubs in the US, so it there wouldn't be a problem getting Fred to voice in a few episodes (Wil Wheaton and Jennifer Hale even had a guest role in the Shippuden movies).
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 12:07 AM on Tue Apr 3 2012
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Man, this guy is easily one of the most talented VAs out there, in my opinion. Such a range.
said at 10:14 PM on Fri Aug 3 2012
@TylerMirage IKR, The Tank in Left 4 Dead is a perfect example of his vocal range it's so low and frightening sounding