Brian Dobson brings life to every project with his vocal range and expertise. In over 20 years of industry success, he's voiced for animation, commercial and narration with versatility, humour and dedication. He can currently be heard as the voice of Global Television as well as on a variety of television programs, including the all new Max Steel as the evil Jason Naught and Dwayne, The Yoda Chronicles (Lego Star Wars) as Jek 14 and 4-Lom, Nerds & Monsters as Zarg, Slugterra as the Goon, Dr. Dimension Pants as Evil Wizard Silas and the feature film Ratchet & Clank as Victor Von Ion coming to theatres in 2015.
Over the years he has inspirited such memorable characters as Skeletor on the 2001 Emmy award winning series - He Man and the Masters of the Universe as well as Ben Grim/Thing on the Fantastic Four, Brutus in the Barbie & the Three Muskateers, Unagi and Paradoxter in Sushi Pack, Uncle Dumpling on Pucca, and Principal Kirkpatric and Mr. Spoerseclipe on YTV’s Galaxy High. Other highlights include his work on – 1001 Nights, Bratz, Martha Speaks, Holly Hobbie and Friends, GI Joe – Venom vs. Valor and Spy Troops the Movie, Alien Racers, Go-Bots, Zoids Fuzors.
The world of Anime also keeps Brian busy with an array of credits to his name. You may recall his voice powering up the Super Evil Majin Boo and Dr Jero on Dragon Ball Z or as the autobots - Red Alert and Clocker on Transformers - (Armada & Cybertron). You’ve also heard his voice in Escaflowne, Ghost in the Shell-SAC, Mobile Suit Gundam, Gundam Seed Destiny, Gundam00, Ramna 1/2, Inuyasha, Megaman NT Warrior, Star Ocean EX, Eon Kid, Black Lagoon, and Death Note to name a few.
In addition to animation, Brian works frequently in the realm of video games, credits include Warhammer 40,000, Scarface, Frogger Beyond, Kessen, Barbie, Marine Sharpshooter II: Jungle Warfare, World War II Sniper: Call to Victory, Western Outlaw: Wanted Dead or Alive, and Navy Seals.
Brian has also lent his voice to many live action television, feature films and documentaries. His credits include – Elysium, Escape from Planet Earth, Mars Needs Moms, The Chronicles of Narnia, Narnia: Prince Caspian, Pitch Black, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, The Adams Family and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Frontiers of Construction and Ancient Mega Structures for National Geographic and the Discovery Channel.
Brian looks forward to returning to Anime North this year!