Thanks to D.C. Douglas who updated his personal blog with details on the Transformers Rescue Robots cartoon voice actors.
D.C. reports that the lifting of the NDA allows him to reveal the other other actors and their roles. D.C. breaks is all down with a little background on each V.A.
Check out the full details that we have mirrored locally after the jump.
Steve Blum - Heatwave Rescue Bot
Most anime and videogame fans need no introduction to Steve, and “Transformer Prime” fans are now doubly excited. Steve is known for a bevy of voices, including Spike Spiegel in “Cowboy Bebop, Wolverine in the TV series “X-Men” and “Wolverine,” Vincent Valentine in “Final Fantasy VII” and Starscream on “Transformers Prime.”
Imari Williams - Boulder Rescue Bot
I Am A Transformers Rescue Bot!A wonderful thing about TRB™’s casting is that the producers have hired both veterans and up’n'comers. Imari Williams is a voice you’ll be hearing a lot of for many years to come. Though he has many commercial credits as well as some videogame ones, TRB™ marks his first lead in a cartoon.
As a person, he can be credited with starting hugs and group bonding amongst the cast. An awesome voice and huge heart.
Parvesh Cheena - Blades Rescue Bot
TRB™ may be Parv’s first VO gig, but you will recognize him from his many film and TV roles, most notably as the lovable Gupta on NBC’s “Outsourced.” Los Angeles audiences will also recognize him from his many theatre roles as well as his work with Second City and Improv Olympic.
As a person, he is a speedball of silliness and cuddle-worthy kindness. His improvisational instincts are a joy to witness during a recording session.
D.C. Douglas - Chase Rescue Bot
Never heard of him.
Maurice LaMarche - Chief Charlie Burns
If you don’t know who this man is then “it must be inordinately taxing to be such a boob!” Maurice is known for so many damn voices, but let’s just mention Morbo and Calculon on “Futurama,” Alec Baldwin on “Team America,” and The Brain on “Pinky & The Brain” — Yes, we should all bow down! This is also why he won an Emmy for Outstanding Voice Over performance this year! Also a sweetheart of a man.
Lacey Chabert - Dani Burns
Lacey is a child actor gone right…”Party of Five,” “Family Guy,” “The Wild Thornberrys,” “Lost in Space,” “Mean Girls,” “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past” … (Dear god, why wasn’t I born a beautiful, talented girl?) Lacey is one of the big names in our cast who is so down to earth I didn’t even realize she was the Lacey Chabert! She is as nice, kind and charming as she is in interviews, if not more so. Youth, beauty and talent. I think I’m cool just being around her.
Jason Marsden - Kade Burns
Here is another child actor gone good. A veteran of both on-camera and voice over who brings a following to the show. Jason was the new Eddie Munster in “The Munsters Today,” Rich on “Step by Step,” Snapper Carr on “Justice League,” Haku in “Spirited Away.” His credits go on forever! Aside from being a hugely talented and supportive actor, he is the first cast-mate to see me drink four apple martinis and not judge me.
Shannon McKain - Graham Burns
I love this guy! Shannon is a very talented newcomer to voice over. A guy with a truly signature voice. Shannon’s roots are in improv and I would bet good money he will be on his own sitcom or sketch show in the next 10 years. You’ll also get to see him onscreen in the upcoming “The Assignment” with Adam Baldwin and French Stewart.
Élan Garfias - Cody Burns
To think this actor was born the year I officially became cynical about my career just boggles my mind. Élan is a very talented 12 year old whose credits include Pippin Gamgee in “The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest,” Pepe in “Handy Mandy,” and Ceviche in “Chowder.” Watching this young pro work melts much of my cynicism away.
Diamond White - Francine Greene
How many ways can I say ADORABLE?! About as many as I can say TALENTED! TRB™ is her first big milestone on her very long and successful career path. I watched her with amazement during our table read. Because of a little thing called “school” we tend to record at a different time than the kids. It’s a shame, because watching young, natural talent in action really is inspirational.
LaVar Burton - Doc Greene
“Roots.” “Star Trek: Next Generation.” ‘Nuff said. When I walked into the room for our very first table read of the first episode and saw LeVar Burton sitting there, I immediately thought, “Wow, that guy looks a lot like LeVar Burton. The confusion must really annoy him.” We’ve been very lucky to perform with him and enjoy his humor, talent and warmth. And like Jason, he doesn’t judge my sugar-martini obsession.
Jeff Bennett - Huxley Prescott
When you think of the top working voice actors, you think of Jeff Bennett. His credits outnumber my insecurities, which means they go on forever! Currently he is Azmuth on “Ben 10: Ultimate Alien” and Alfred Pennyworth in “Batman: Year One.” But we all know him as the voice of Johnny Bravo! I’ve only met him a few times and, to be honest (and true to my insecurities), I was a little intimidated to say much to him. He, on the other hand, was easygoing and very nice.
Peter Cullen - Optimus Prime
The man, himself…
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