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RENAE JACOBS, best known as the voice of APRIL O’NEIL in the original animated series THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, was born in Chicago, Illinois and grew up in East Lansing, Michigan where she began creating voices at the age of nine for a local children’s show, The Land of Play. At the age of 11 she moved to Los Angeles with her family and began singing and performing on stage. She is a graduate of the USC School of music and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Renae has performed nationally and internationally throughout her career and has worked in voice over for radio, television, instructional DVDs, and animation.
Renae has been heard on numerous animated shows such as Rose Petal Place and Rose Petal Place: Real Friends as the voices of Orchid and Lilly Fair in 1984 and 1985 with Marie Osmond. In 1985 she voiced characters on a series of books on tape from the toy line The Land of Pleasant Dreams as well as characters on the Hanna Barbarra series, It's Punky Brewster! That same year she worked with Carroll O’Conner on the The Glo Friends Save Christmas. In 1986 she was series regular on The Moon Dreamers. She created the voice for April O’Neil, Lotus Blossom and other characters along the way on The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles during the show’s amazing 9 year run. She provided voices for Hanna Barbarra’s The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda , The animated film, The Page Master and the voice of Baby Glen in Bride of Chucky. You would have also seen her on the game series Masters of the Maze (1994–1996) as the "Lady of the Maze". Most recently Renae played the role of April O’Neil's mother in The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Nickelodeon and voicing another mother in the critically acclaimed, award-winning docudrama Who will Write our History?

MARTY GRABSTEIN's performance of the legendary cartoon character Courage in Courage the Cowardly Dog has thrilled the hearts and minds of countless fans since it debuted on Cartoon Network in 1999 (it continues to air today on Boomerang and HBO Max). Courage (still voiced by Marty) has recently been revitalized by the 2021 WB release of Straight Out of Nowhere-a feature film crossover event where Courage meets the Scooby Doo clan and battle the forces of evil together!
Marty's career has also included work in independent films, television series, live sketch comedy, theater and commercials. His indie film credits include Bury The Evidence, Apartment 5C, A Cat's Tale (winner of Best Ensemble Acting at the SF Film Festival); and most recently he produced and starred in a short film where he plays the legendary rebel journalist Hunter S Thompson which is currently burning up the film festival circuit! His television credits include parts on all three Law & Order series, Third Watch, Conviction, and most recently the hit show Blacklist.

KEITH SILVERSTEIN is a veteran voice actor with a diverse list of credits. He’s the voice of Zhongli in the worldwide sensation, Genshin Impact, Torbjörn in Overwatch 2, Hisoka on Hunter x Hunter, Hawk Moth on the fan favorite Miraculous-Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Speedwagon in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Gouhin in Beastars, and Dhalsim in Street Fighter 6. He can also be heard as Jigen in Boruto, Orochi in One Piece, Enin Dorohedoro, and Vector the Crocodile in the Sonic The Hedgehog franchise. The Resident Evil fans know him as H.U.N.K., and in Persona 5 he voices the villainous Masayoshi Shido.
Not enough for you? Here are a few other titles under his VO belt: TMNT, Jujutsu Kaisen, Amphibia, Solar Opposites, League of Legends, Seven Deadly Sins, One Punch Man, My Hero Academia, Sailor Moon, Star Wars Squadrons, Bungo, Stray Dogs, Fate/Apocrypha, Fire Emblem, Glitter Force, Bleach, World of Warcraft, Dead or Alive, Call of Duty Black Ops, Gundam: The Origin, Danganronpa, and Big City Greens.

DAMEON CLARKE - You may recognize Dameon from his work both on screen and behind the Mic, notably as Handsome Jack in the “Borderlands” Video Game Series, as Cell in the “Dragon Ball Z” sagas, Scar from “Full Metal Alchemist” and many more. Dameon has voiced over 200 characters in Anime, T.V. and video games over the years for which he has garnered many awards, including the Spike TV, VGA for Best Human Male in a video game, and the BTVA Award for Best Actor in an animated series.Aside from his voiceover work, Dameon has appeared and starred in numerous movies and TV shows including, “How to be a Serial Killer” (Best Actor/NY Horror Film Festival and Shriekfest LA), “Supernatural”, “How to Get Away With Murder”, “Graceland”, “24”, “Prison Break”, “NCIS” and many more. Dameon Clarke is one of very few actors to have Guest Starred on every CSI show in the franchise.

JOSH KEATON'S career in voice acting began early in life, with roles in Peanuts, Peter Pan and the Pirates, and Back to the Future: The Animated Series, but took off with his performance as Young Hercules in Disney’s Hercules. He’s voiced characters in popular video games including: Ocelot in Metal Gear Solid 3, Prince Valerian Mengsk in StarCraft II, and King Anduin Wrynn in World of Warcraft. Josh has also voiced iconic superheroes, most notably: The Flash, Robin, Aquaman, Ant-Man, Iron Man, Spider-Man in Spectacular Spider-Man, and Hal Jordan in Green Lantern: The Animated Series. He can be heard on DOTA Dragon’s Blood, Arcane, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, and as Shiro on the critically acclaimed Voltron Legendary Defender, Magister Rezaren in Dragon Age: Absolution and as Tony Stark/Iron Man in Midnight Suns. Most recently he stars as Souta in Makoto Shinkai’s blockbuster anime film Suzume.


SCOTT INNES is a voice actor and former FM-100 radio personality! In 1997, Scott became the official voice of Hanna-Barbera’s famous cartoon dog character, Scooby-Doo. In 2001 he became the voice of Norville “Shaggy” Rogers and Scooby-Doo’s nephew, Scrappy-Doo! Scott has also professionally voiced other cartoon characters such as Popeye, Astro, Snagglepuss, Professor Pat Pending from the Wacky Racers, Shag-A-Long from The Hillbilly Bears and the world-famous stone-age characters from that famous town of Bedrock, Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble.

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