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Trevor Devall (born November 10, 1972) is a Canadian voice actor, actor and podcaster. He worked for Ocean Productions and various other studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for years, before he relocated to Los Angeles, California in 2013. He is best known for voicing Rocket Raccoon in the animated TV series Guardians of the GalaxyEmperor Palpatine in Lego Star Wars, Pyro in X-Men Evolution, Dukey in seasons 5 and 6 of Johnny Test, and various characters in the Netflix original series F Is for Family, as well as providing voices in English-language versions of various anime series, most notably as Mu La Flaga from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Mukotsu from InuYasha, Scourge from Transformers: Cybertron, Mr. Chang from Black Lagoon, and Aizawa from Death Note. He also voiced Hermiod on Stargate Atlantis and Ravus Nox Fleuret in the Final Fantasy XV video game and Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV feature film. On camera, he played Sir Atticus Moon in Big Time Movie

Between 2007 and 2013, Trevor hosted his own podcast Voiceprint with Trevor Devall and guests where he interviewed fellow Canadian voice actors.

Early Life

Trevor grew up in Edmonton, Alberta and was the youngest of five siblings. He was into theatre and did tap, jazz and Polynesian dance as a child.[1] He attended the University of Alberta for drama and directed stage productions as well as student films.[1]

Trevor moved to Vancouver in 1998 to pursue a film directing career. While working for a talent agency, he made a demo tape for them and began landing work as a voice actor.[1]

Career

In March 2015 it was announced Trevor would be the voice of Rocket Raccoon in Marvel's animated Guardians of the Galaxy.[2]

Voiceprint

Since 2007, Devall produced his own podcastVoiceprint with Trevor Devall & Guests, where he interviewed fellow Vancouver-based voice actors and answered questions from fans. Each episode featured a different voice actor as the episode guest, though some episodes featured other people in the voice-acting business that may not actually be voice actors themselves; or behind-the-scenes looks at the life of a voice actor. Topics usually included how the guest made it into the voice-acting business, what it is like working in the industry, and the general lifestyle of a voice actor. The series concluded its first season after 36 episodes in December 2013. The second season was announced in the final episode of season 1, as Trevor moves to Los Angeles, California to continue his career and the show.

Filmography

Live-Action Dubbing

TV Series

Miniseries

  • Warrior (2018) - Additional Voices
  • Wolf (2018) - Tolga Erlik

Films

  • Ultras (2019) - Additional Voices

Animation Dubbing

Animated Films

Anime Dubbing

Anime

  • Mobile Suit Gundam (1979-1980) - Additional Voices
  • Maison Ikkoku (1986-1988) - Mr. Iioka, Skating Rink Clerk (ep. 46), Restaurant Owner (ep. 47), Red Cap (ep. 68), Umpire (ep. 68), Office Worker (ep. 77), Kimita (eps. 86-87)
  • Ranma ½ (1989-1994) - Mushroom Expert (ep. 145), Scared Teacher (ep. 157)
  • Hamtaro (2000-2006) - Conrad Iwata
  • InuYasha (2000-2004) - Villager (ep. 1), Samurai Leader (ep. 5), Ryukotsusei (eps. 44-45), Satsuki's Brother (ep. 55), Mukotsu (eps. 103-110), Genbu (eps. 137-139), Shako (ep. 147), Shima's Father (ep. 161)
  • Arjuna (2001) - Commander Onizuka, Bob, White S.E.E.D. Soldier (eps. 1-3), Power Plant Controller #1 (eps. 1-2), Doctor (ep. 1), S.E.E.D. Official #4 (ep. 2), Dance Mania Electric Hour DJ (ep. 3), Chemical Engineer (ep. 10)
  • Zoids: New Century / Zero (2001) - Kirkland, Sand Stingray (ep. 7), Backdraft Official (ep. 22)
  • Galaxy Angel A (2002-2003) - Octopus (ep. 21)
  • MegaMan NT Warrior (2002-2003) - Mr. Match, DrillMan, Heimlich (ep. 11)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (2002-2003) - Mu La Flaga, Operator (ep. 1) (Ocean Dub)
  • MegaMan NT Warrior: Axess (2003-2004) - Mr. Match, Misaki, Dr. Regal
  • Zoids: Fuzors (2003) - Rotten Roger (ep. 11)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (2004-2005) - Mu La Flaga, Neo Roanoke (Ocean Dub)
  • Transformers: Energon (2004-2005) - Alpha Q
  • Transformers: Cybertron (2005-2006) - Scourge, Megatron (ep. 1), Miner (ep. 9)
  • Black Lagoon (2006) - Bai Ji-Shin Chang, Leigharch, Neo-Nazi 1 (ep. 6), NGO Worker (ep. 7), Thai Man (ep. 8)
  • Death Note (2006-2007) - Shuichi Aizawa, Shingo Mido, Miller (ep. 28)
  • Ōban Star-Racers (2006) - Ondai, Hunter (ep. 18), Creator #5 (eps. 22, 26)
  • Powerpuff Girls Z (2006-2007) - Principal, Cartoonist (ep. 37), Prince Ribbit (ep. 45)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (2007-2009) - Howard Mason, Patrick Colasour, Eddie Miyasaka, Controller (ep. 2), Police Officer (ep. 8), Saji's Co-Worker (ep. 25), Katharon Captain (ep. 47)
  • InuYasha: The Final Act (2009-2010) - Villager (ep. 21)
  • Little Witch Academia (2017) - Mr. Holbrooke (ep. 9), Police Officer (ep. 9)
  • Last Hope (2018) - Hao Wang
  • Cannon Busters (2019) - Quizmaster (ep. 5), Fetter (ep. 6), Batty (ep. 7), Additional Voices
  • Levius (2019) - Dr. Crown
  • Great Pretender (2020) - James Coleman, Additional Voices

OVAs & Specials

Anime Films

Video Game Dubbing

References

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