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Peter Kelamis (born December 11, 1967) is an Australian-born Canadian actor, voice actor and comedian. He is arguably best known for playing Dr. Adam Brody in Stargate Universe, Goku in Ocean Productions' English dub of the anime Dragon Ball Z, and Rolf from Ed, Edd n Eddy.


Some of his appearances on TV were in Eureka, The Outer Limits, Corner Gas, Sliders, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Universe, The Sentinel, NCIS, and The X-Files. Film appearances include; Happy Gilmore, Fear of Flying, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Best in Show, The Sport Pages: The Heidi Bowl, and Everything's Gone Green. He also had a recurring role in Beggars and Choosers.

In FUNimation/Saban's short-lived initial dub of Dragon Ball Z, he replaced Ian James Corlett as the voice of Goku for the second half of the Namek saga, and also voiced Goku in FUNimation/Pioneer's dub of the first three Dragon Ball Z movies. Kelamis later reprised the role again for an unrelated dub of the series (which began during the Trunks saga) produced by Westwood Media and AB Groupe exclusively for the UK and Canada, but he was replaced by Kirby Morrow in the middle of the Cell Games saga due to the dub's schedule.

He has also famously voiced Rolf in Ed, Edd n Eddy, as well as Whiplash in Iron Man: Armored Adventures. Kelamis originally auditioned to play the Eds, as well as the other male characters in Ed, Edd n Eddy but didn't land either role. Instead he was asked by Danny Antonucci to play the character of Rolf. He also voiced Reaper in the video game Devil Kings as well as providing the voice of Byrne in the CGI animation, Dreamkix.


Animation Dubbing

Animated Shorts

Anime Dubbing


  • Dragon Ball Z (1989-1996) - Goku (eps. 50-67 / 123-174), Master Roshi (ep. 53), Cletus (ep. 135), Driver (ep. 135), Maron's Boyfriend (ep. 122), Office Worker (ep. 126), Young Goku (ep. 137), Island Citizen (ep. 154) (Ocean Dub)
  • Transformers: Cybertron (2005-2006) - Wing Saber

Anime Films


  • Many sources often incorrectly claim that Kelamis being replaced as Goku was due to him leaving to pursue his comedy career. In a recent interview with YouTube user "Geekdom101", Kelamis stated it was actually due to the long gaps in the dub schedule and them simply not reaching out to him again to continue dubbing. He stated he would have voiced him to completion if asked.[1]


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