William Dwight Schultz was born on November 24, 1947. His stage name is Dwight Schultz. His father was a postman and his mother was a telephone operator. Both his grandfathers were firemen. Dwight is an only child and grew up in Baltimore, Maryland. As a child he loved everything that had something to do with audio. Voices have always fascinated him and he imitated many of his television heroes, some with more success than others. Dwight was glued to the television and frequently jokes that he wore a spot in the carpet where he used to sit. He also loved to go to the movies with his parents. At the age of thirteen he could build speaker sets. He knew so much about audio systems that later in life as a beginning actor he gave advice to other people which audio system they should buy. This enabled him to earn some extra money. Up to this day, Dwight still loves audio and video, he is a real video/audiophile. He loves to listen to symphonies and Jazz, preferably on vinyl through Klipsch loudspeakers because they are the best he says.

Dwight attended Calvert Hall College High School, a Catholic college preparatory school, where he became a member of the drama club. Upon graduation he attended Towson State College in Maryland. There he earned a B.A. in Theater Arts at Towson. In his senior year of college he started teaching the lower classes. You can read a report about one of Dwight's lessons, written by one of his students, Mick Terry at http://mickterry.com/mtdwightschultzimprov.html. From the age of nineteen, Dwight worked as a professional actor. After graduation he worked in theaters for about 15 years before deciding to try the screen as well. He decided to try to find work in the television and movies industry.

In 1969 Dwight, Lynn Summerell and Jurgen Bohl formed the Baltimore Theater Ensemble. The ensemble worked as artists-in-residence with the theater arts department of Towson State University - performing, assisting in offering workshops, and giving students the opportunity to get experience in theater. For several years they performed a wide range of theater, from puppet shows and street theater to classics and modern works. By the time the company folded they had built a very good reputation, good enough for another group to "borrow" their name years later! Tobias Haller, Bob de Frank, Marjorie Hirsch, Anne McDonough, Kathleen McKiernan, Larry Smith and Gordon Gray were also members of the troupe at various points in its brief but shining history. In the early seventies Dwight was also a member of Baltimore's Center Stage Company. Over the next five years he perfected his craft in a variety of roles in regional theaters, from New Jersey to Missouri. He even had a fateful stint as a member of the Alley Theatre Company in Houston Texas. He displayed extraordinary devotion to his craft. For a year he spent every night listening to Shakespeare's 'Othello' just to learn how to speak.

When he left for New York to find work, getting an acting job wasn't easy so he worked in pest control and as a waiter. He rented the cheapest rooms since it was hard to make ends meet. Advising people on what audio systems to buy brought in some extra money. Finally, in 1978 he landed the lead in "The Water Engine" for producer Joseph Papp's Public Theatre. The off-Broadway production was a hit and it was moved to the Plymouth Theatre, marking Dwight's Broadway debut.

After this success his career began to climb. He won the coveted Drama-Logue Award in 1980 for the revival of "Crucifer of Blood," a Sherlock Holmes drama, co-starring Glenn Close, in which he portrayed Major Alistair Ross.

Dwight appeared in 40 widely different plays between 1978 and 1989, among them "Peer Gynt," "Night and Day," "Camino Real," "Hay Fever" and "Night of the Iguana."

In the early eighties he decided to try to get some screen parts. By 1981 he had garnered a number of small parts in television movies and guest spots on Hill Street Blues and CHiPs. That year also marked his feature film debut in "The Fan" in the minor role of the unnamed director. Dwight won his first leading role in the 1982 suspense film "Alone in the Dark" with Jack Palance and Martin Landau. After that he auditioned for the role of Murdock in The A-Team and got the part. However, during the shooting of the pilot of The A-Team they told him his part would be written out and they would fire him after the pilot. He had to pack his things and leave his trailer. The rest of the shooting for the pilot he had to share a trailer with the stuntmen. However, after the pilot 'his dials were so good' when a test audience watched it that his role wasn't cancelled. They allowed him to remain in the series. Instead Tim Dunigan, who played the role of Face in the pilot, was fired and Dirk Benedict was hired instead.

Just before he got the part of Murdock in the A-team, Dwight had met his wife, Wendy Fulton, during a blind date in 1982. A friend invited Dwight for dinner. His friend had a girlfriend. Dwight was still single, so his friend asked his girlfriend to bring a friend of hers along so Dwight had a date for that evening. It was love at first sight, Dwight says, and they soon realized they wanted to stay together. In 1983 Dwight married Wendy in secret. Only a few people knew about it and were present (the actors of The A-team knew about it but didn't attend the wedding). They got married at Unitarian Church in York, Pennsylvania near Stewartstown which is close to Wendy's hometown. They are happily married and have one child, a daughter named Ava who was born in 1987. Wendy appeared in a guest role in The A-Team. In season three she played the role of a veterinarian in the episode Bounty who fell in love with Murdock. "Of course the kiss was real," explains Dwight with a smile, "we didn't have to pretend."

After the series The A-Team ended in 1987 getting work was very difficult for Dwight. This was not just because he was identified with the character Murdock, but also since the actors who played in the series were boycotted because the people in movie and television didn't like the series at all. Nevertheless, Dwight was lucky. After he made the movie Fatman and Little Boy (1989) he got the part in the movie The Long Walk Home (1990) in which Whoopi Goldberg played one of the leading roles. He told her how he had loved Star Trek ever since he was young. He had always watched the original series on television and later the spin off, Star Trek: Next Generation - the series in which Whoopi played the role of Guinan. It was Whoopi Goldberg who than approached the producers of STNG with the story that Dwight loved the series and deserved a part in it. During the movie The Long Walk Home she noticed what a brilliant actor he was. Dwight had no idea that Whoopi had whispered his name into the producers' ears until the moment the phone rang and they told him they had written a guest role especially for him. He was thrilled with the part of Lt. Reginald Barclay. His role was so successful that he became a returning guest on the series. They even asked Dwight to play the role of Barclay in Star Trek Voyager and in the movie Star Trek First Contact (1996).

From the late nineties until the present Dwight has been busy with voice overwork. He gives cartoon figures and computer heroes or bad guys a voice in computer games. He received a nomination for an Annie Award for his role in Chowder (Cartoon Network) in 2008 and again in 2009. In September 2006 Dwight ventured into talk radio. In his "Howling Mad Radio" show Dwight used his delightfully unique perspective to discuss American and world politics. That show was presented through a live on-line stream. Although it was discontinued in January 2008, two encore shows were produced in May 2008. You can enjoy snippets of Dwight's shows in the audio section of the fan site. Subsequently, he has worked as a guest host for TRN (Talk Radio Network) where he substitutes for hosts like Michael Savage, Jerry Doyle, Rusty Humphries and Laura Ingraham. Who knows? Dwight might have his own show in the near future.

If you would like to meet him or ask for an autograph, please visit a convention that he is attending. There you will have the opportunity to talk to him. If you want to ask him a question it is also possible to send him an email. Just click on the 'email Dwight' button on the fan site and follow the instructions. That email goes directly to him.

Audio Books

Alien Voices, (2011) all dramas recorded by Alien Voices were released as digital downloads.

War Of The Worlds (2007). Remake by a crew of Star Trek actors including John Lancie, Leonard Nimoy, Brent Spiner, Gates McFadden, Armin Shimerman and of course Dwight Schultz as additional voices and the announcer.

Sherlock Holmes Theatre by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Radio drama, released by Blackstone Audiobooks (2005). Winner of the 2006 Audie Award and the 2006 Communicator Award. Book ID(3420) - 5.6 hrs (est.) The first audio recordings ever of the only two Holmes plays written by his creator. The Napoleon of Crime and The Speckled Band, along with a newly created one-act comedy, Ghastly Double Murder in Famed Detective's Flat. These new, specially commissioned productions of the Hollywood Theater of the Ear star Audie Award-winning readers and a full cast in three exceptional dramas. Dwight Schultz, portrays villain Dr. Roylott with frightening malice as he threatens Holmes and others in 'The Speckled Band.'

The Invisible Man (1998) Alien Voices Inc. - as Bates, Cuss, Man #2, Flannery and Clerk.

A Halloween Trilogy: Radio-style dramatization of three horror classics -- Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado," Rudyard Kipling's "Mark of the Beast" and Oscar Wilde's "The Canterville Ghost." (1998) Performed by the Alien Voices troupe (including Dwight) before an audience. Live foley (sound effects) artists, on-stage music, audience participation and actors with visible scripts are utilized.

The First Men In The Moon (1998) Alien Voices Inc. - as Julian Windchee, a mooncow, alien insect (and more), also broadcasted in front of live studio audience for Sci-Fi Channel and the internet. During the live recording for the Sci-Fi Channel the roles were played slightly different. For instance Dwight did the introduction while this was done by John de Lancie on the audio cd.

The Lost World (released in December 1997 but recorded on March 22) Alien Voices Inc. - it was recorded at a one-time-only live performance at Creation Entertainment's Grand Slam V Star Trek Convention in Pasadena, California. Dwight did the voice of Edward Dunn Malone.

Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Part 3 (1997), written by Phil Farrand, narrated by Denise Crosby, Robert O'Reilly, and Dwight Schultz (Audio Cassettes.)

The Unofficial X-Files Companion by N.E. Grenge (1996), narrated by Dwight Schultz and Nana Visitor (Audio Cassettes).

Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Part 2 (October 1995), written by Phil Farrand, narrated by Denise Crosby, Robert O'Reilly, and Dwight Schultz (Audio Cassettes).

Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Part 1 (June 1995), written by Phil Farrand, narrated by Denise Crosby, Robert O'Reilly, and Dwight Schultz (Audio Cassettes).

Filmography

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens (2012) as Dr. Animo (animated).

The A-team movie (2010) cameo as german doctor.

Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010) as Freddie /Drug dealer (animated).

Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix (2007) as Dr. Animo (animated).

Borg War (2006) as Lt. Reginald Barclay (animated)

Ultimate Avengers II (2006) as Odin a.k.a. Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther (animated).

The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury" (2004) as Skiff A.I. (animated).

Van Helsing: The London Assignment (2004) as Dr. Jekyll a.k.a. Van Helsing (animated).

Kaena: The Prophecy (2003) as Ilpo (animated).

The Animatrix: Beyond (2003) as Townspeople, Policemen, and Exterminators (animated).

The Animatrix: Matriculated (2003) as Nonaka (animated).

The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part 2 (2003) as additional voices (animated).

The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part 1 (2003) as additional voices (animated).

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) (uncredited) as Scan Technician (animated).

The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie (2001) (animated).

CatDog: The Great Parent Mystery (2001) as Eddie (animated).

Vampire Hunter D (USA) a.k.a. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2000) as Benge/Old Man of Barbarois (animated).

Globehunters (2000) as Dr. Burke (animated).

The First Men In The Moon (1999) as Julian Windchee, a mooncow, alien insect (and more).

Golgo 13: Queen Bee (1998) as Robert Hardy (animated).

The Lost World (1998) as Edward Malone.

Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story (1997) as Irby Mandrell.

Mononoke-hime (1997) as additional voices (animated).

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) as Lieutenant Reginald Endicott Barclay III.

Hak Hap aka Black Mask (1996) as King Kau (uncredited).

Hart to Hart: Till Death Do Us Hart (1996) as Peter Donner.

Enola Gay and the Atomic Bombing of Japan (1995), documentary, as narrator.

Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills (1994) as Dr. Jerome Oziel.

Victim of Love: The Shannon Mohr Story (1993) as Dave Davis.

Boomtown (1993).

The Temp (1993) as Roger Jasser.

Child of Rage (1992) as Rob Tyler.

Woman with a Past (1992) as Mick.

Last Wish (1992) as Ed Edwards.

Past Imperfect (1991).

A Killer Among Us (1990) as Clifford Gillette.

The Long Walk Home (1990) as Norman Thompson.

Fat Man and Little Boy (1989) as J. Robert Oppenheimer aka Shadow Makers.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Musical Murder (1989) as Tony Franken.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Sinister Spirit (1987) as Andrew Lloyd.

When Your Lover Leaves (1983) as Richard Reese.

Alone in the Dark (1982) as Dr. Dan Potter.

Dial M for Murder (1981) as TV Director.

Sherlock Holmes (1981) as Bassick.

The Fan (1981) as Director.

Bitter Harvest (1981) as Schlatter.

Thin Ice (1981) as Mr. Ritchie.

TV-series

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (2013) (animated).
Episode: Season 3, episode 8: Serpent's Tooth (2013) as Fu-xi.

The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2012) (animated).
Episode: Season 2, episode 2: Alone Against A.I.M. (2012) as Technovore/Executive 1/AIM Scientist.

Ultimate Spider-Man (2012/2013) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 2, episode 14: The Incredible Spider-Hulk (2013)as Mesmero.
Season 1, episode 10: Freaky (2012) as Mesmero.

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2011) (animated).
Episode: Season 1, episode 17: Escape from Mystery Manor as Older Danny Darrow.

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (2010-2012) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 2, episode 28: The Egg Man Cometh (2012) as Dr. Animo.
Season 2, episode 19: It's Not Easy Being Gwen (2011) as Dr. Animo/Teacher.
Season 1, episode 5: Escape from Aggregor (2010) as Dr. Animo.

Chowder (2007-2010) (animated).
3 Seasons, 65 episodes in total, as Mung Daal, aired by Cartoon Network.

Ben 10 Alien Force (2008) (animated).
Episode: Season 2, episode 8 : Voided as Null Void Guardian/D'Void/Dr. Animo

Afro Samurai (2007) (animated).
Episode: Season 1, episode 1: Number Two, as Assasin/Patron/Ronin.

Ben 10 (2007) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 4, episode 12: Ben 10 vs. The Negative Ten: Part 2 (2007) as Dr. Animo.
Season 4, episode 2: Divided We Stand (2007) as Dr. Animo.
Season 3, episode 1: Ben 10,000 (2006) as Dr. Animo.
Season 2, episode 12: Dr. Animo and the Mutant Ray (2006) as Dr. Animo.
Season 1, episode 8: Tourist Trap (2006) as Driver/Earl/Father.
Season 1, episode 2: Washington BC (2006) as Dr. Animo/Police Officer/VIP.

Avatar: The Last Airbender (2006) (animated).
Episode: Season 2, episode 16: Appa's Lost Days as Trainer/additional voices.

Grim & Evil 4 episodes, (2004-2006) a.k.a. The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (animated).
Episodes:
Season 7, epiosode 1: Everything Breaks/The Show That Dare Not Speak Its Name (2006) as Enrest/Turtle/Psychiatrist.
Season 6, episode 6: Herbicidal Maniac/Chaos Theory (2006) as Earnest/Criag/Dog.
Season 4, episode 6: Wishbones (2005)as Thromnambular/Neighbor/Guy.
Season 3, episode 3: Lil' Pork Chop/Skarred for Life (2004)as Old Crazy Man.

Catscratch (2006) (animated).
Episode: Season 1, episode 19: Blikmail/Love Jackal as Carmendor Nuget.

Bring Back The A-Team (2006) made by UK channel 4.
As himself.

Ninja Scroll: The Series (2003) (animated).
Episode: As Dakuan, unknown in which one he starred.

The Cramp Twins (2003) (animated).
Episode: Season 1, episode 1: Walk Like a Man/Bouncy Bob.

Invader ZIM (2001-2002) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 2, episode 4: Abducted/The Sad, Sad Tale of Chickenfoot (2002) as Eric/Japanese Leader.
Season 1, episode 2: Parent Teacher Night/Walk of Doom (2001) as Announcer/Mr. Slumchy/Earth Father.

Johnny Bravo (2001) (animated).
Episode: Season 3, episode 16: A Johnny Bravo Christmas as Leo/TV Announcer.

The Agency (2001).
Episode: Season 1, episode: Closure, as Russell Orland.

Dead Last (2001).
Episode: Pilot episode as Jonah Simcock/The Pilgrim.

Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001).
Episodes:
Season 7, stardate 54973.4, episode: 25 Endgame Part 2 (2001) as Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III.
Season 7, stardate 54973.4, episode: 24 Endgame Part 1 (2001) as Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III.
Season 7, stardate 54732.3, episode: 20 Author, Author (2001) as Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III.
Season 6, stardate 54208.3, episode: 6 Inside Man (2000) as Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III and his hologram.
Season 6, stardate unknown, episode: 10 Pathfinder (1999) as Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III.
Season 6, stardate approx. 53940, episode: 4 Life Line (2000) as Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III.
Season 2, stardate 48892.1, episode 3: Projections (1995) as the hologram of Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III.

Family Guy (1999-2000) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 2, episode 10: Running Mates (2000) as Randall Fargus.
Season 2, episode 2: Holy Crap (1999) as Clerk.

Walker, Texas Ranger (1999).
Episode: Season 8, episode 3: Safe House as Lloyd Allen.

The Wild Thornberrys (1999) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 2, episode 9: Chew If by Sea as Inspector Tabu.
Season 2, episode 13: Polar Opposites as Dr. Freed/Customer.

The Chimp Channel (1999) as Stan.

Spawn (1999) (animated).
Episode: Season 3, episode 3: Seed of the Hellspawn as Doctor/NSC Operative.

Fantasy Island (1999).
Episode: Season 1, episode 13: Heroes as Greasy.

Stargate SG-1 (1998).
Episode: Season 2, episode 4: The Gamekeeper as The Gamekeeper.

CatDog (1998-1999) (animated).
Episodes:
Season 2, episode 22: A Very CatDog Christmas (1999) as Eddie the Squirrel.
Season 1, episode 20: Smarter than the Average Dog/CatDog Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1998) as Eddie the Squirrel.

Alexander Senki (1997) (animated)
aka Alexander (International: English title).
aka Reign: The Conqueror (USA).
as Attalos (unknown episodes).

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1997) aka Lois & Clark aka. The New Adventures of Superman (UK).
Episode: Season 4, Episode 16: AKA Superman as Garret Grady.

Diagnosis Murder (1995-1997).
Episodes:
Season 4, episode 19: Delusions of Murder (1997) as Dr. Gavin Reed.
Season 2, episode 20: Naked Babes (1995) as Dr. Henry Wexler.

Touched by an Angel (1996).
Episode: Season 3, episode 2: A Joyful Noise as Dr. Adam Litowski.

Nowhere Man (1996).
Episode: Season 1, episode 18: Hidden Agenda as Harrison Barton.

Deadly Games (1995).
Episode: Season 1, episode 10: Motivational Speaker as Nathan Abrams.

Flipper (1995) aka The New Adventures of Flipper (USA)
Episode: Season 1, episode 3: The Green Freak as Wayne Coleas/Wayne Cole.

The Outer Limits (1995)
Episode: Season 1, episode 19: If These Walls Could Talk as Levi Mitchell.

Babylon 5 (1994)
Episode: Season 2, episode 5: The Long Dark as Amis.

Weird Science (1994).
Episode: Season 2, episode 11 : Circuit Courtship as supercomputer Hank.

Fortune Hunter (fall 1994).
Season 1, unaired episode: Millenium as Jack Sasso.

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1990-1994) aka Star Trek: TNG.
Episodes:
Season 7, stardate: 47653.2, episode 19: Genesis (1994) as Lieutenant Reginald Endicott Barclay III.
Season 6, stardate: 46424.1, episode 12: Ship in a Bottle (1993) as Lieutenant Reginald Endicott Barclay III.
Season 6, stardate: 46041.1, episode 2: Realm of Fear (1992) as Lieutenant Reginald Endicott Barclay III.
Season 4, stardate: 44704.2, episode 19: The Nth Degree (1991) as Lieutenant Reginald Endicott Barclay III.
Season 3, stardate: 43807.4, episode 21: Hollow Pursuits (1990) as Lieutenant Reginald Endicott Barclay III.

Lifestories (1990).
Episode: Season 1, episode 2: Rebecca McManus and Steve Arnold (1990) as Steve Arnold.

Jake and the Fatman (1987)
Episode: Season 1, episode 6: Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? as David Thompson.

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1987)
Episode: Season 2, episode 12: World's Oldest Motive as David Powell.

The A-Team (1983-1987).
Episodes:
5 seasons, all 98 episodes including the pilot as Captain Howling Mad Murdock.
Please visit the t-shirt page on the fansite to read the full episode list which includes a t-shirt list.

Nurse (1981)
Episode: Season 2, episode 5: Going Home as Dr. Kevin Michaels.

CHiPs (1981) aka CHiPs Patrol.
Episode: Season 4, episode 18 : The Hawk and the Hunter as Lyle.

Hill Street Blues (1981).
Episode: Season 1, episode 11: Life, Death, Eternity as Carmichael.

Andros Targets (1977) Dwight's tv debut!
Episode: unknown, Dwight played a greek butler who answered the door for the journalist Andros.

Voices on videogames

Final Fantasy XIII-2 (2012) Additional Voices.
Available for: X360 and PS3.

Skylanders: Giants (2012) as Ignitor.
Available for: PS3, Xbox360, Xboxlive, Nintendo 3DS, Wii.

DC Universe Online (2011) as The Flash/Barry Allen/Martian Manhunter.
Available for: PS3 and PC.

Dragon Age II (2011) as Bodahn Feddic/additional voices.
Available for: X360, PS3 and PC.

Gears of War 3 (2011) as chairman Prescott/Old man/Ash man.
Available for: X360 only.

Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure (2011).
Available for: PS3, Xbox360, Xboxlive, Nintendo 3DS, Wii and PC mac and windows.

Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion (2011) as Mung Daal.
Available for: X360, PS3 and Wii.

Mass Effect 2 (2010) additional voices.
Available for: X360, PS3, PS3N and PC.

Mafia II (2010) additional voices.
Available for: X360, XLive, PS3 and PC.

End of Eternity (2010) as Gelsey.
Available for: PS3.

Terminator Salvation (2009) as Murphy.
Available for: X360, Xlive, PS3 and PC.

Madworld (2009) as Noa the DeathWatch director.
Available for: the Nintendo Wii.

Afro Samurai: Resurrection (2009) ep1 as Assasin, Patron and Ronin.
Available for: X360 and PS3.

Final Fantasy XIII (2009) as Cocoon Inhabitants.
Available for: X360.

Dragon Age: Origins (2009) as Bodahn Feddic/Danal/Bartender/Cocky Elf Male.
Available for: X360 PS3 MAC and PC.

FusionFall (2009) as Thromnambular.
Available for: PC.

Valkyria Chronicles (2008) as Maurits von Borg en Giorgios Geld. Available for: PS3.

Spider-Man: Web of Shadows (2008) as Kraven the Hunter and miscellaneous voices.
Available for: PSP.

Dark Sector (2008) as Mezner/AD.
Available for: PS3, PC and X360.

God of War: Chains of Olympus (2008) as Charon/Helios/Male Greek/Fire Guard.
Available for: PS3N, PSPN and PSP.

Destroy All Humans: Path of the Furon (2008) as Sammy.
Available for: X360.

The Rise of the Argonauts (2008).
Available for: X360, PS3 and PC.

Battlestar Galactica (2007).
Available for: PC and XB.

Mass Effect (2007) additional voices.
Available for: X360 and PC.

World in Conflict (2007).
Available for: PC.

Conan (2007) as Graven/Kalden.
Available for: X360, Xlive and PS3.

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007).
Available for: PS2, DS, WII, X360 and PS3.

The Darkness (2007) as Uncle Paulie Franchetti.
Available for: PS3, X360.

Ben 10 Protector of Earth (2007) as Dr. Animo/radio announcer.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) as Penrod.
Available for: PSPN, PS3, WII, PSP, PS2, X360, and PC.

Armored Core 4 (2007) as Emill Gustav/Enemy AI.
Available for: PS3 and X360.

Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops (2006) as Python.
Available for: PSPN and PSP.

Gothic 3 (2006) as Additional Voices.
Available for: PC.

Titan Quest (2006).
Available for: PC.

X-Men: The Official Game (2006) as Eric Lehnsherr/Magneto and additional voices.
Available for: XBOX, PC, GC, PS2, X360, DS and GBA.

Final Fantasy XII (2006) as Anastasis/Dalan aka Fainaru fantaji XII.
Available for: PS2.

Baten Kaitos Origins (2006) as Geldoblame.
Available for: GC.

Splinter Cell: Double Agent (2006) as Carson Moss.
Available for: X360, PS2, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, PC, Wii and for PS3 in March 2007.

Superman Returns (2006) as Mr. Mxyzptlk.
Available for: DS, PS2, XBOX, X360, PSP.

Yakuza (2005) as Kage.
Available for: PS2.

Neopets: The Darkest Faerie (2005) as King Hagan.
Available for: PS2.

Gun (2005) as Hecht the Rancher.
Available for: Xbox, X360, GC, PC and PS2.
Released in 2006 for the PSP under the title Gun: Showdown.

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (2005) as Garok, Living Monolith.
Available for: PSP, PS2, GC, XBOX, NGE and PC.

Fantastic Four (2005) as additional voices.
Available for: XBOX, PC, GC and PS2.

Killer 7 (2005) as Harman Smith.
Available for: PS2 and GC.

Destroy All Humans! (2005) as Air Force General/Fair Worker.
Available for: XBOX, PS2 and XBLM.

Advent Rising (2005) as Kelehm.
Available for: XBOX and PC.

Psychonauts (2005) as Crispin Whytehead.
Available for: Xbox, PC, PS2. In 2006 for Xbox Original, Xbox Live Marketplace, and on the GameTap subscription service.

The Punisher (2005).
Available for: PS2, XBOX and PC.

EverQuest II (2004) as Duke Ferrin, Korong Shatterjaw, Bargiss Ranlor, Priest Kelian, Delacar Mithanson, Cargomaster Libertius, Stalker Granis, Kren Rfay, Dindaek Everhot, Edwyn Arcanum, Scribe Jabir, Lusius Ulixes, Caius Callidus, Mallius Otho, Kualdin Swoonsong, Tilzak N'Lim, Verin Ithelz, Lt. Blutark, Generic Male Ghost Half Elf Enemy, Generic Male High Elf Enemy, Generic Male Kerran Enemy, Generic Male Efreeti Enemy, Generic Male Ghost Erudite Enemy and Generic Male Ghost Dwarf Enemy.
Available for: PC.

The Bard's Tale (2004) additional voices.
Available for: PC, XBOX and PS2.

Crash Twinsanity (2004) as Dingodile, Rusty Walrus, Tribesmen, Papu-Papu.
Available for: PS2 and XBOX.

The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (2004) as Hoxie.
Available for: XBOX and PC.

Spider-Man 2 (2004) as Vulture.
Availble for: PSP.

Crash Nitro Kart (2003) as Dingodile/Fake Crash.
Available for: XBOX, NGE, PS2, GBA, and GC.

Lords of Everquest (2003) as Lord Dungannon.
Available for: PC.

Lionheart (2003).
Available for: PC.

Star Trek: Elite Force II (2003) as Lieutenant Reginald Barclay. Available for: MAC and PC.

Final Fantasy X-2 (2003) as O'aka XXIII/Maechen.
Available for: PS2.

Battlestar Galactica (2003) as Lord Erebus, Deimos.
Available for: PS2, XBOX, PC and X360.

Spider-Man (2002) as Vulture.
Available for: PC.

Forgotten Realms: Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance (2001).
Available for: PS2, XBOX, GBA and GC.

Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura (2001) as Simeon Tor.
Available for: PC.

Final Fantasy X (2001) as Maechen/O'aka XXIII/Maester Mika.
Available for: PS3, VITA and PS2.

Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel (2001) as Gammorin/Paladin Latham. Available for: PC.

Blood Wake (2001).
Available for: Xbox.

Sacrifice (2000).
Available for: MAC and PC.

Tenchu 2: Birth of the Stealth Assassins (2000) as Wang Dahai.
Available for: PS1.

Civilizations: Call to Power 2 (2000).
Available for: MAC and PC.

Vampire Hunter D (2000) as old man of barbarois and benge.
Available for: PS1.

Baldur's Gate II - Shadows of Amn (2000) as Mae'Var/Vithal/Prince Villynaty.
Available for:MAC and PC.

Fallout 2: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1998) as Hakunin.
Available for: MAC and PC.

Lionheart (1992).
Available for: AMIGA.