Email: mike@muttley.ca

Before I started using my artistic ability to become a sign maker, I was a cartoonist and graphic designer. I've always had a strong interest in animation and everyone has always commented on my voice. In doing the voices for my own short film I caught the interest of Gordon Stanfield, who happened to be in the same studio at the time. It turns out I had a knack for it. I wound up doing a couple of quick voice for a show called "Super Pals", then got the call for 25 episodes of Kleo the Misfit Unicorn with Mickey Rooney, David Kaye and Saffron Henderson.

Here's a quick sample

 

Voice Overs:

Title:

 

Little Buddies

 

 

Kleo, The Misfit Unicorn

   -Series, 25 Episodes

 

Stitches In Time (Easter Special)

 

Hillbilly Goats

  Episode:

   -The Ice Princess

 

   -Peeny The Clown

 

   -Bluegrass Billygoat

 

The Velveteen Rabbit

 

 

Elwoodettes Marionettes

 

 

 The Tadpole Kid

 

 

 

 

Role:

 

Little Buddy, Announcer, Mentoro,

plus many others

 

Wannabee, Lyle the Dragon, Multiple Voices   

 

 

Stitches, King, Wally, Wes, Uncle Willy        

 

 

 

Snowy Owl, Blue Moose, Rooster, Mr. Sun     

 

Boris The Ringleader, Tiny the Clown,   

 

Clembillie

 

The Rabbit, Dog, & others. I was also Casting Director

 

Too many voices to count for about 10 different shows on tape for live performances

 

Tadpole Kid, Announcer, Stranger, Grady (basically the whole cast)   

Producer/Director:

 

Shannon Walker

 

 

Gordon Stanfield Animation

 

 

Gordon Stanfield Animation

 

 

 

Gordon Stanfield Animation

 

 

 

Gordon Stanfield Animation

 

Gordon Stanfield Animation

 

 

Elizabeth Elwood

 

 

 Ed Konya

Theatre:

Title:

 

Any Number Can Die (2/93)

 

 

Arsenic and Old Lace (10/93)

 

 

Christmas Melodrama

 

 

Jitters

Role:

 

Roger Masters (The Lawyer)

 

 

Lt. Rooney

 

 

Hero 2

 

 

Phil Mastorakis (Best Supporting Actor Award)

Company/Director:

 

Vagabond Players

  Directed by Dwayne Campbell

 

White Rock Players

  Directed by Brian Lane

 

Footlights

   Directed by Sunny L. Stump

 

Surrey Little Theatre

   Directed by J. P. Slater

 

Personal:

 

Born: 1960               

Ht: 5 8 Wt: 180 lbs.

Excellent health                             

Non-smoker

Hobbies music, boating, camping, motorcycling

 

 

Training:

 

 

 

Job History:

Josanne B. Lovick Animation Voice-Over Workshop, March 1991

 

Acting For Screen & T.V.   Instructor: Dot Bristow   January December 1992

 

Currently employed at Alpha Tent and Awning, Drafting and designing.

 

Full time musician (bass player/singer) from 1982 1986,

Currently playing bass with Ricochet Rabbit

Also check out: voice123.com

 

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