Frakes is best known for his portrayal of Commander William Riker in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and subsequent films and series. Frakes also hosted the anthology series Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction and was the voice for David Xanatos in the Disney television series Gargoyles. In June 2011, he narrated the History Channel documentary, Lee and Grant.
Frakes directed while starring in Star Trek: First Contact as well as Star Trek: Insurrection. He has directed more than 70 television episodes, including episodes of several Star Trek television series and The Orville. He is the author of the novel The Abductors: Conspiracy.
In 1994, Sorbo got the leading role of the Ancient Greek hero Hercules in the television film "Hercules and the Amazon Women," which was the first of a series of television films which aired during that same year, with the fifth and final film "Hercules in the Maze of the Minotaur" airing in November 1994. The success of these films led him to quickly get the role of Hercules in the television series "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," which ran for six seasons and 111 episodes between January 1995 and November 1999. The series brought international popularity to Sorbo, and he also got the chance to direct two episodes and co-write one episode.
The success of this show spawned the popular spin-off series "Xena: Warrior Princess," in which Sorbo also guest-starred in two episodes. In 1998, he voiced Hercules in the spin-off direct-to-video animated film "Hercules and Xena – The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus."
During the years in which Sorbo was playing the role of Hercules, he got the chance to play his first leading film role in "Kull the Conqueror" (1997). When the T.V. series Hercules came to an end, Sorbo started playing in the starring part of Captain Dylan Hunt in the sci-fi drama series "Andromeda" (2000/2005). In 2006, he got a role in the final season of "The O.C.," and he guest-starred in the popular sitcom "Two and a Half Men."
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Edward won Saturn and MTV Movie Awards for his breakthrough performance at age 13 as John Connor in James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which was followed by a mini-sequel, short attraction film T2-3D: Battle Across Time co-directed and co-written by Cameron with the same main cast. In 1992, he gave an Independent Spirit Award-nominated turn opposite Jeff Bridges in American Heart, and earned a second Saturn Award nomination for his work in Pet Sematary Two. He won a Young Artist Award for his performance alongside Kathy Bates in A Home of Our Own (1993) and appeared in Before and After (1996) with Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson. Furlong received acclaim for his starring roles in the 1998 motion pictures Pecker, co-starring Christina Ricci, and American History X, co-starring Edward Norton. He had significant roles in the comedy Detroit Rock City (1999) and the crime drama Animal Factory (2000)
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Corlett lent his voice to several animated series produced/dubbed in Canada. His most notable voice roles included the title character of the Mega Man TV show, Cheetor in Beast Wars: Transformers, Glitch-Bob in ReBoot, and Andy Larkin in What's with Andy?. Another notable, yet brief starring role of Corlett's was Goku in Funimation/Saban's original dub of Dragon Ball Z. Corlett has also lent his voice to less known DIC Entertainment shows such as Super Duper Sumos. He also voiced Mr. Cramp in The Cramp Twins. In Salty's Lighthouse, he played Ten Cents, Otis, Zeebee, Zip, Lord Stinker, Frank, Eddie, and the Lighthouse Clock. He voiced Ransome the Clown in the video game Thimbleweed Park.
Through a coincidence, Corlett who voiced Dr. Wily in DIC's video-game oriented cartoon Captain N: The Game Master would later voice his nemesis Mega Man in the Ruby-Spears cartoon adaptation of the games.
He is set to be the English voice of Miroku for the Japanese anime series Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon
Vic Mignogna is an American actor and singer. He voiced Broly in Dragon Ball films and games, Oscar H. Genius from Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist, Obito Uchiha from Naruto Shippuden and E-123 Omega from Sonic the Hedgehog. He also played Captain James T. Kirk in the series Star Trek Continues and other Star Trek works.
Nadolny is an American voice actress and singer known for her English dubbing role as the child version of Goku, the protagonist of the Dragon Ball series and the child version of Goku’s son, Gohan, in Dragon Ball Z. She reprised both roles in several Dragon Ball related video games and media.
Quinton Flynn is an actor, musician, and comedian beloved globally as Axel and Lea from the Kingdom Hearts series along with Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 2, 4 and Rising Revengeance-a role which earned him a Best Lead Actor Award. Gamers love Flynn as Jhin, The Virtuoso in League of Legends, Kolyat Krios in Mass Effect, Kael’thas Sunstrider in World of Warcraft, Dr. Krankcase in Skylanders: Trap Team, and Silver The Hedgehog in Sonic Forces!
Anime fans love Flynn as Iruka-Sensei in Naruto, Kon in Bleach, Reno in Final Fantasy, Dr. Riddles in Zatch Bell, and Marcus Damon in Digimon Data Squad. Quinton’s classic legacy characters include Spider-Man, Venom, Human Torch, Jonny Quest, and Timon in The Lion King’s Around The World With Timon and Pumbaa! You can even see Flynn as the lovably nerdy Sheldon Lee from My Life As A Teenage Robot.
So, reminisce about his beloved characters, have a laugh at his panels full of impressions and improvisation, and sit back and get In Like Flynn!
John Russo is an American screenwriter and film director most commonly associated with the 1968 horror classic film Night of the Living Dead, which he co-wrote with director George Romero. As a screenwriter, his credits include Night of the Living Dead, The Majorettes, Midnight, and Santa Claws. The latter two, he also directed. He has performed small roles as an actor, most notably the first ghoul who is stabbed in the head in Night of the Living Dead, as well as cameos in There's Always Vanilla and House of Frankenstein 1997. He was the Publisher and Managing Editor of the magazine Scream Queens Illustrated that featured popular stars of Horror films and other genres.
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John Anderson is an actor, comedian, and self-proclaimed professional "Trick Talking Meat" who hails from Birmingham, Alabama. He landed his first major motion picture role as a Ravager in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. John also appeared in Jumanji: The Next Level, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Tag, Black Panther, Stranger Things, Sleepy Hollow, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Discovery Channel's Manhunt: Unabomber, Logan Lucky, Pitch Perfect 3, I, Tonya, Jumanji, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Case for Christ, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, MacGyver, The Front Runner, The Leisure Seeker, Hell Fest, Being Mary Jane, and Tyler Perry's Too Close to Home. He also appeared in Make-up Artist Magazine, displaying his alien movie make-up as a Hurctarian Ravager. He recently appeared in Variety and Rolling Stone's review of the movie Tag.
John was given his first speaking role by Oprah Winfrey in her production of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. He was one of 10 Ravagers from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 selected to attend a 2016 Comic-Con surprise celebration in San Diego. The event was filmed and is now airing on CONtv. Further, art featuring John's likeness as a Ravager was included in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: The Art of the Movie.
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