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Scott McNeil (born 15 September 1962) is an Australian-born-Canadian actor and voice actor, primarily active in and currently residing in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Although primarily active in Vancouver, Scott has occasionally done work for FUNimation in Dallas, Texas.

One of the most well-known Canadian voice actors of all time, McNeil has provided the voices of many characters in Canadian animated shows, most notably ReBoot, Beast Wars: Transformers, Storm Hawks, X-Men: Evolution, and League of Super Evil. He is also a prolific Japanese anime dubber, most notably Dragon Ball Z, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, InuYasha, Ranma ½ and Fullmetal Alchemist.


McNeil was born in Brisbane, Australia, but moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada when he was 4 years old in 1966.

He first learned that people were paid to do different voices after a trip to Disneyland at the age of 12. That is when he learned that Paul Frees, the person who provided the voice that greeted visitors entering the Haunted Mansion, was the same person who provided the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy.

Even though he knew about voice acting, Scott pursued the theater. He studied at Studio 58. After leaving, he tried to find acting jobs and worked as an Elvis impersonator for a short time. It was in the late eighties when he found himself on his way into the world of voice acting. A casting director at the time told Scott that he had wished that he'd met him a week before; he was casting for the G.I. Joe cartoon.

Scott states his first role was providing voices on The New Adventures of He-Man. His first anime role was for Project A-ko, where he provided the voices for three women.

After appearing in a few films and two episodes of Highlander: The Series, he provided voices for Beast Wars, as Waspinator, Dinobot, Rattrap, and Silverbolt. He has described this as the work he is most proud of. On another fan favorite show, Dragon Ball Z, he was cast as the original voice of Piccolo and various other characters. He then provided the voice of Duo Maxwell on Mobile Suit Gundam Wing and Principal Kuno on Ranma ½.

He eventually got the call stating he was cast as Wolverine on X-Men: Evolution. He continued to play the role of Logan/Wolverine for a total of four seasons from 2000-2003. Scott was then cast in another fan favorite anime, InuYasha as Koga. He provided the voice of the Fullmetal Alchemist character Hohenheim of Light, Foghorn Leghorn on Baby Looney Tunes, Grumpy Bear on Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-lot, Amergan, Gregor and the lab director on Highlander: The Search for Vengeance, and Stork on Storm Hawks. He still appears in live action shows occasionally and was in Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed and The Green Chain. As of October 2007, he estimates that he had provided the voices of 8,500 characters.

Scott is appreciative of fans because he knows what it is like to see your favorite voice actor talk as the character they provide the voice for. He says that he is inspired by Paul Frees, Maurice LaMarche, and Mel Blanc. If he had a chance to meet the late Mel Blanc, Scott has said that he would "fan boy all over him."


Animation Dubbing

Animated Series

Animated Shorts

  • Animated Classic Showcase (1993) - Dancing Teacher (ep. 7), Gossiping Man (ep. 7), Cactus (ep. 14), Commandant (ep. 15), Alain (ep. 16), Bandit's Brother (ep. 17), Tailor (ep. 17), Owl (ep. 18), Prince (ep. 27), Additional Voices

Animated Films

Anime Dubbing


  • Mobile Suit Gundam (1979-1980) - Teniente Reed
  • Funky Fables (1988-1990) - Eel (ep. 3), Beetle (ep. 3), Sir Elroy (ep. 7), Uncle Henry (ep. 11), Munchkins (ep. 11), Sailor 1 (ep. 15), Pirate 1 (ep. 15)
  • Ronin Warriors (1988-1989) - Cale (eps. 31-35)
  • Dragon Ball Z (1989-1996) - Piccolo, Android 16, Caroni, Dabura, Jeice, Dr. Brief (eps. 124-246), General Tao, Killa, Majin Buu, Mez (eps. 195-280), Old Kai, South Kai, Turtle, Farmer (ep. 1), Oni Guide (eps. 6-7), Freddie Hines (ep. 10), Esaw (ep. 11), Arlian Prisoner 2 (ep. 11), Arlian Soldier (ep. 11), Raspberry (eps. 59-60), NBC Anchor (ep. 127), Major Metallitron (ep. 128), Red Ribbon Soldier (ep. 128), Staff Officer Black (ep. 128), Otis (ep. 135), King Piccolo (ep. 137), Toad Warrior (ep. 138), Cowboy Store Owner (ep. 141), Battle Ball Player (ep. 144), Nickytown Citizen (ep. 130), Gunman (ep. 146), Lance Boyle (ep. 146), Island Citizen (ep. 154), KBC Reporter (ep. 171), Person (ep. 186), Namekian (ep. 190), Pterodactyl (ep. 193), Ogre Watchman (ep. 195), One-Eyed Ogre (ep. 195), Red Ogre (ep. 195), Soul (ep. 195), Froug (ep. 197), P.E. Teacher (ep. 200), Reckless Driver (ep. 201), Jimbo (ep. 203), Mr. Musaka (ep. 204), Muscle Man (ep. 204), Assistant Director (ep. 205), Dinosaurs (ep. 206), Lizard (ep. 206), Handsome Fighter (ep. 209), Junior Competitor (ep. 210), K. Fujicka (ep. 210), Posse Member (ep. 210), Big Boomer (ep. 211), Tournament Monk (ep. 211), Fireman (ep. 212), ZTV Staff (ep. 212), King Kai (ep. 246), Army Pilot (ep. 251), Grand Supreme Kai (ep. 277), South Supreme Kai (ep. 277), Wild Tiger (ep. 290) (Ocean Dub)
  • The New Adventures of Kimba The White Lion (1989-1990) - Additional Voices
  • Ranma ½ (1989-1992) - Principal Kuno, Daitokuji Kimiyasu (ep. 98), Uchinosuke Oshamanbe (ep. 108), Kotaro's Father (ep. 129), Additional Voices
  • Tico & Friends (1994) - Metal Claw, Additional Voices
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (1995-1996) - Duo Maxwell, Treize Faction Commander (ep. 30), Sedici (ep. 41)
  • Saber Marionette J (1996-1997) - Lottery Official (ep. 7), Rinzo (ep. 8)
  • The Vision of Escaflowne (1996) - Jajuka, King Aston, Teo, Dolphin Man (ep. 6), Bounty Hunter A (ep. 7), Gecko A (ep. 7), Dragon's Graveyard Adjutant (ep. 8), Sorcerer (ep. 24), Teacher (ep. 24), Cesario Officer B (ep. 25), Zeibach Pilot (ep. 25), Sorcerer (ep. 26) (Ocean Dub)
  • Ehrgeiz (1997) - Galbraith
  • Monkey Magic (1998) - The Guardian, Lord Refang, Milesight, South General (ep. 9)
  • Monster Rancher (1999-2001) - Suezo, Gali, Naga, Grey Wolf, Additional Voices
  • One Piece (1999-present) - Shiki (ep. 425)
  • Hamtaro (2000-2006) - Philip "Rooster" Yoshi, Chairman Rooster, Melanie Foster's Father, Mr. Cluck
  • InuYasha (2000-2004) - Koga, Taigokumaru (eps. 73-74), Wolf Elder (eps. 83-102), Panther King (ep. 77), Weasel Demon (ep. 93), Elder Priest (ep. 125), Additional Voices
  • Let's Go Quintuplets (2001-2002) - Jack Miller
  • Zoids: New Century / Zero (2001) - Major Polta, Captain Stoller, Zoids Battle Commission Chairman, Team Fuma Member #3, Shopkeeper (ep. 7)
  • MegaMan NT Warrior (2002-2003) - GutsMan, CutMan, Tora, KingMan, Computer Room Guard (ep. 15)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (2002-2003) - Gerard Garcia, Herman Gould (ep. 7), Plants Councilmember (eps. 7, 14, 32), Montgomery Captain (ep. 9), Alaska Liaison (ep. 32), Agent (ep. 36), EA Pilot (ep. 37) (Ocean Dub)
  • Transformers: Armada (2002-2003) - Jetfire
  • Fullmetal Alchemist (2003-2004) - Hohenheim
  • MegaMan NT Warrior: Axess (2003-2004) - GutsMan, ShadeMan, SavageMan
  • Zoids: Fuzors (2003) - Reynard, Vareth, Zoids Battle Announcer, Serge (ep. 10)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (2004-2005) - Unato Ema Seiran (Ocean Dub)
  • Samurai 7 (2004) - Tanomo
  • Transformers: Energon (2004-2005) - Jetfire, Strongarm, Tech (ep. 6), Omega Supreme (ep. 35)
  • Transformers: Cybertron (2005-2006) - Backstop, Snarl, Cup Announcer
  • Black Lagoon (2006) - Chinese Man (ep. 1), Verrochio (ep. 3)
  • Powerpuff Girls Z (2006-2007) - Fuzzy Lumpkins, Additional Voices
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (2007-2009) - Ali al-Saachez, Daryl Dodge, Captain (ep. 1), Kinue's Staff (ep. 2), Kinue's Boss (eps. 3-4), Minister of Foreign Affairs (ep. 4)
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai (2009-2011) - Piccolo, Dr. Brief, Jeice (Ocean Dub)
  • InuYasha: The Final Act (2009-2010) - Koga, Additional Voices
  • Gintama° (2015-2016) - Gengai Hiraga, Kagura Dun, Picc*lo-ish Green Guy (eps. 266-267), Kimono Salesman (ep. 292), Loin Cloth Mask (ep. 298), Cyclops (ep. 299), Takashi (ep. 299)
  • Beyblade Burst: Evolution (2017-2018) - Raul (eps. 1-15)

OVAs & Specials

Anime Films

Video Game Dubbing

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