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Thomas L. Wayland (born July 21, 1973) is an American actor, dubbing supervisor, musician, producer, voice actor and voice director.

Career

He is the Supervising Director at 3Beep productions, which works on English-language dubs of Japanese anime and other global animations. He previously worked for Central Park Media and 4Kids Entertainment. He founded TripWire Productions, which has produced more than 200 different anime titles and overseen the voice direction of many animation titles. He is also a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He was best known as the voice director for Pokémon, Mew Mew Power, Magical DoReMi, Shootfighter Tekken, G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 and The World of Narue. He has also worked with related New York studios at DuArt Film & Video, NYAV Post, Real Recording, Matlin Recording, Beatstreet Studios and Audioworks Producers Group.

Filmography

Live Action Dubbing

Films

Animation Dubbing

Animated Series

Animated Films

Anime Dubbing

Anime

  • Patlabor: The Mobile Police (1989-1990) - Additional Voices
  • DNA² (1994) - Kakimaro Someya, Additional Voices
  • Magical DoReMi (1999-2000) - George Griffith, Oliver, Marvin
  • One Piece (1999-present) - Fullbody, Choo, Kappa, Lake (4Kids Dub)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! (2000-2004) - Additional Voices
  • Mew Mew Power (2002-2003) - R2000/Minimew
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (2002-2003) - Mu La Flaga (NYAV Post Dub)
  • Shadow Star Narutaru (2003) - Detective Ikoma (ep. 10), Additional Voices
  • The World of Narue (2003) - Reporter (ep. 9), Avalon C (ep. 12), Additional Voices
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (2004-2005) - Mu La Flaga (NYAV Post Dub)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (2004-2008) - Chumley Huffington (ep. 85), Larz
  • Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006-2010) - Reggie, Flint, Boy in Orange Shirt (ep. 54), Man in Yellow Shirt (ep. 55), Raticate's Trainer (ep. 56), Policemen (ep. 59), Male Team Galactic Grunt (eps. 60, 96-97, 111, 150), Customer #A (ep. 62), Customer #B (ep. 62), Bully (ep. 63), Slow-Bot (ep. 65), Massage Man (ep. 68), Robot Chingling (ep. 70), Hunter J's Henchman (eps. 71-72, 129, 151), Sho (ep. 74), Director (ep. 75), Butler #A (ep. 76), Trainer (ep. 76), Team Rocket Grunt #A (ep. 80), Jessie's Helper #A (eps. 88-91), Construction Workers (ep. 90), Old Man (ep. 92), Male Trainer (ep. 92), Announcer (eps. 95), Police (ep. 96), Battle Announcer (ep. 100), Canalave Gym Referee (eps. 104, 107-108), Man #A (ep. 113), Man #B (ep. 113), Crook #B (ep. 115), Poacher (ep. 116), Hiker #B (ep. 117), Provo (ep. 118), Kid #A (ep. 121), Halverson (ep. 124), Wilkinson (ep. 124), Ping Pong Tournament Referee #A (ep. 124), Jeremiah (ep. 126), Bald Guy (ep. 126), Oddish's Trainer (ep. 135), Stunky's Trainer (ep. 135), Male Team Galactic Grunts (ep. 136, 152), Tyranitar's Trainer (ep. 139), Clown (ep. 140), Crowd Member #B (ep. 141), Giovanni-Bot (ep. 142), Mario (ep. 146), Squirtle's Trainer (ep. 149), Scientist (ep. 150), Feraligatr's Trainer (ep. 158), Grumpig's Trainer (ep. 160), Countdown Voice (ep. 160), Kid #A (ep. 161), Mothim's Trainer (ep. 163), Waiter (ep. 167), Gentleman (ep. 171), Butler #B (ep. 171), Chef #A (ep. 182), Chef #B (ep. 182), Sinnoh League Announcer (eps. 183-189), Customer #B (eps. 183-184), Announcer (ep. 191), Additional Voices
  • Genshiken 2 (2007) - Takayangi, Additional Voices
  • Ikki Tousen: Dragon Destiny (2007) - Genjo Kakouton
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (2008-2011) - Crow Hogan (eps. 94-123), Nervin, Blister, Lester, Young Aporia, Professor Frank (eps. 18-19), Additional Voices
  • Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor (2010) - Additional Voices
  • Pokémon Best Wishes! (2010-2013) - Cress, Freddy O'Martian, Virgil, Air Traffic Control Main #B (ep. 1), Kid (ep. 1), Man (ep. 3), Andre (ep. 4), Don George's Assistant #A (ep. 4), Policemen (ep. 10), Team Rocket Grunt (eps. 12, 22), Professor Juniper's Assistant #A (eps. 22, 63, 109), Castelia Gym Referee (ep. 23), Druddigon's Trainer (ep. 33), Old Man (ep. 35), Escavalier's Trainer (ep. 38), Emmanuel (ep. 39), Jimmy Ray (ep. 39), Dino (eps. 39, 108), Engineer (ep. 47), Kid (ep. 47), Man #B (ep. 47), PA (ep. 51), Train Man #A (ep. 51), Pidove Man (ep. 52), Male Performer (ep. 53), Robert (ep. 54), Deino's Trainer #C (ep. 56), Male Seller #A (ep. 57), Ducklett's Trainer (ep. 57), Dr. Ferrara's Henchman #A (ep. 57), Miner (ep. 61), Man #A (ep. 68), Watchog's Trainer (ep. 69), Edmund (ep. 70), Miner #A (ep. 75), Ferris's Friend in Yellow Shirt (ep. 75), Rizzo (ep. 78), Icirrus City Gym Referee (ep. 79), Trainer in Red Shirt (ep. 83), Nicky (eps. 83-84), Guard #A (ep. 89), Manning (eps. 90-92), Seigaiha Gym Referee (ep. 94), Team Rocket Grunt #A (ep. 96), Man #A (ep. 100), Man #B (ep. 112), Magikarp Salesman (ep. 116), Stadium Announcer (ep. 116), Team Plasma Grunt (ep. 119), Referee (ep. 125), Sailor #B (ep. 141), Additional Voices
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (2011-2014) - Striker, Fender (eps. 74-75)
  • Pokémon XY (2013-2016) - Meyer/Blaziken Mask (eps. 9-68), Man (ep. 16), Rodman (ep. 22), Staff Man (ep. 23), Berrybaker Kid (ep. 26), Announcer (ep. 28), Man #C (ep. 29), Robot (ep. 29), Male Trainer (ep. 39), Staff Man (ep. 46), Engineer #B (ep. 47), Man #1 (ep. 57), Station Staff Member (ep. 59), Jules (ep. 62), Pokémon Hunter (ep. 63), Belmondo (ep. 66), Additional Voices
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (2014-2017) - Skip Boyle (eps. 1-7)
  • Snack World (2017-2018) - Genie Ace #A, Additional Voices
  • Akudama Drive (2020) - Pilot (eps. 10, 12), Additional Voices

OVAs & Specials

Anime Films

Video Game Dubbing

Voice Director

Writer

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