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This page is about the Los Angeles-based voice actor. For the New York-based voice actor of the same name, see Rome Elliot.

James "Jim" Kevin Ward (born May 19, 1959) is a retired American voice actor, radio personality and camera operator.

Biography

From 2004 to 2021, he was the co-host of The Stephanie Miller Show, a nationally syndicated liberal radio talk show that features a number of his impersonations of political figures and other celebrities and news makers.

On the show, it was revealed that Jim went to the University of California, Los Angeles, where his father, Don Ward, was a professor of German and folklore.

He is known for his roles in animation and video games, which he voiced Captain Copernicus Leslie Qwark in Ratchet & Clank from 2002 to 2021, Diamondhead in Ben 10 and Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, Henry Peter Gyrich in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, newscaster Chet Ubetcha and Doug Dimmadome on The Fairly OddParents, Angus on The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs, and Professor Xavier in Wolverine and the X-Men.

In 2006, he played Eyemore, Crusher and Stoker on Biker Mice from Mars, which was a remake of the 1990s show of the same name. The character, Stoker, had been played by Peter Strauss on the show, but after he left the series, Jim Ward took over. In 2009, for his roles on the show, he was nominated and won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program.

In 2021, Ward had to retire from acting as he was diagnosed with both COVID-19 and Alzheimer's. He currently resides at the Silverado Beverly Place Memory Care Community in Los Angeles, CA.[1]

Filmography

Animation Dubbing

Animated Series

  • Totally Spies! (2001-2013) - Man (ep. 1), Worker #1 (ep. 1), Sebastian (eps. 1, 40), Security Guard (ep. 1), Mr. Tetley (ep. 7), Chewbaccastan Ambassador (ep. 7), Kozy Agent (ep. 8), Dr. Eisenstein (ep. 24), Additional Voices
  • Winx Club (2004-present) - Ho-Boe (Nickelodeon Dub)

Animated Films

Anime Dubbing

Anime Films

Video Game Dubbing

References

External Links

  • Jim Ward at the Internet Movie Database
  • Jim Ward at the Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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