Matt Hill

Matt Hill

Date Of Birth: Jan 19
Birth Place: North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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Matt Hill is a voice actor known for voicing Ed, Kira Yamato, and Bankotsu.
Take a visual walk through their career and see 118 images of the characters they've voiced and listen to 12 clips that showcase their performances.

Trivia & Fun Facts:


  • He hung out with Jackie Chan while during the shooting of the second Shanghai Noon film. 

Quotes:

(On Transformers Energon) "Carlos is my little Mexican American friend who likes to hang out at Pololoco and cruiz the babes. Whereas, Ironhide, is totally wired for action and adventure and is like a pitbull after the mailman. Both awesome to voice and bring to life."

"Love Ironhide. He's like the new dude on the football team who's all about gettin' the job done. To him it's about loyalty and doin' it right, the 1st time!!"

"Every time I step into the studio to do a Transformers show... I get all weeeeeepy and emotional. That OK? I guess I'm supposed to keep that to myself hey. Come on !! I LOVE doin' Transformers. It ROCKS."

Matt Hill Voices

Credits On BTVA: 118 Roles from 83 Titles
Additional Voices on BTVA: 3

  • ALL
  • SHOWS
    (58)
  • MOVIES
    (11)
  • GAMES
    (9)
  • SHORTS
    (1)
  • ADS
    (3)
  • ADD.
    (3)
  • Filters:
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  • * Japanese Origin / Dubbed

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Favorite Role
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Ed
62.5% (65 votes)
Kira Yamato
8.7% (9 votes)
Bankotsu
8.7% (9 votes)
Ryo Sanada of the Wildfire
3.8% (4 votes)
Kevin Keene / Captain N
2.9% (3 votes)
104 Total Votes
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