Axelrod, Robert 1949- (Axel Roberts)

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Axelrod, Robert 1949- (Axel Roberts)


Born May 29, 1949, in New York, NY. Education: Attended Queens College of the City University of New York; trained with Fred Cook at Los Angeles Academy of Dramatic Art and with Lonny Chapman at Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre.


Agent—Kristene Wallis, Wallis Agency, 4444 Riverside Dr., Suite 105, Burbank, CA 91505.


Actor, voice performer, and writer. Alexander Repertory Company, Los Angeles, cofounder.


Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.


Film Appearances:

Victims!, Simitar Video, 1985.

Hotel manager, Terror on Alcatraz (also known as Nightmare on Alcatraz), Trans World Entertainment, 1986.

Professor Gimble's assistant, Bad Guys, Interpictures, 1986.

Marty, Murphy's Law, Cannon, 1986.

(As Axel Roberts) Larry, Sorority House Massacre, Concorde, 1986.

Ronnie, The Danger Zone, Skouras, 1986.

Finney, Assassination, Cannon, 1987.

Italian restaurant owner and bartender, Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, Cannon, 1987.

Scunge, Alien Private Eye (also known as Alien P.I. and Lemro, Private Eye), Raedon, 1987.

Obsessions, Burner Entertainment, 1987.

Jennings, The Blob, TriStar, 1988.

Guerro, The Big Turnaround (also known as Turnaround), Dove Productions, 1988.

Security guard, Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects, Cannon, 1989.

Midnight, Sony Pictures, 1989.

Gun store salesperson, Fortress of Amerikkka (also known as The Mercenaries), Mesa Films/Troma Entertainment, 1989.

Coroner, American Rampage, Simitar Video, 1989.

Pea prince The Lords of Magick, American Cinema Marketing, 1989.

Gavin, Chance, PM Entertainment, 1990.

King, Repo Jake, PM Entertainment, 1990.

(English version) Voice of Sol, Lensman (animated; also known as Lensman: Secret of the Lens and SF Shinseiki Lensman), Streamline Pictures, 1990.

Voice, Zeiramu (also known as Zeiram and Zeram), Orion, 1991.

Murdock, Wishman, Monarch Home Video, 1991.

Restaurant robber, The Killer's Edge (also known as Blood Money), PM Entertainment, 1991.

(English version) Voice of Tsutomu Sugioka, Meikyu monogatari (animated; also known as Labyrinth Tales, Neo-Tokyo, and Manie-Manie), Streamline Pictures, 1992.

Taxi Dancers, American New Wave Films, 1993.

(Uncredited) Mark, Rule No. 3, Arrow Entertainment, 1993.

Vince Paige, Beyond Fear, Mimi Productions/Stepping Out Productions, 1993.

(English version) Voice, Katy (also known as Katy the Caterpillar and Katy, la oruga), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993.

Billy, Fatal Pursuit, New City Releasing, 1994.

Voice of Lord Zedd, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (also known as Power Rangers: The Movie), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995.

Don Pinsley, Tornado Run, L Entertainment, 1995.

Pimp, Dead Badge, Orion, 1995.

Voice of Armadillomon, Digimon: The Movie (animated; also known as Digimon: Digital Monsters and Digimon: Digital Monsters: The Movie), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000.

(English version) Voice of resistance member, Akira (animated; also known as Akora: The Special Edition), Pioneer Video, 2001.

Professor Stanly, The Blakely Place Productions, 2001.

Judge Chester, A Light in the Forest, 2001.

Dr. Aberdeen, A Light in the Darkness, Bearsmouth Entertainment, 2001.

Reggie, Karma to Burn, 2001.

(English version) Voice of Ham and Egg, Metropolis (animated; also known as Osamu Tezuka's "Metropolis, " Robotic Angel, Metoroporisu, and Osamu Tezuka no Metoroporisu), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001.

(English version) Voice of third seagull, Der Kleine eisbaer (animated; also known as The Little Polar Bear and Der Kleine eisbaer-der kinofilm), Warner Home Video, 2001.

Lenny, Deep Freeze (also known as Ice Crawlers), Regent Entertainment, 2003.

Dark prince, Exorcism, York Entertainment, 2003.

(English version) Voice, Rupan sansei: Mamo karano chousen (animated; also known as Lupin III: The Mystery of Mamo, Lupin the 3rd: The Movie—The Secret of Mamo, and Secret of Mamo), Pioneer Entertainment, 2003.

Reggie, Every 43 Seconds, 2003.

(English version) Voices of Koga and Lin, Innocence (animated; also known as Ghost in the Shell 2, In-nocence: Ghost in the Shell, and Innocence—Inosensu), DreamWorks, 2004.

Man, The Last Shot, Buena Vista, 2004.

Eerie man, Gotham Cafe, Turtle Bay Entertainment, 2005.

Club owner, The Anatolian, 2007.

Narrator, Safety First: The Rise of Women!, Lunch Money Movies, 2008.

Himself, Saravia, 2008.

Appeared in other films, including Asthma; Big Top Winkle; Cause and Defect; Escape from Rio; Stranger in Moscow; Tyrannosaurus Wrecks; and Victims of Circumstance; also voice for English version of the animated film The Smurfs and the Magic Flute (also known as La flute a six schtroumpfs), Atlantic Releasing.

Television Appearances; Series:

Rico, Robotech, syndicated, 1985.

Voices of Finster, Lord Zedd, and other characters, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (animated; also known as Day of the Dumpster, Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers, Power Rangers Ninja, and Power Rangers), Fox, 1993-96.

Voice of Scarface, Journey to the Heart of the World (animated), 1993.

Voices of Finster and Lord Zedd, Power Rangers Zeo (animated; also known as ZeoRangers), Fox, 1996.

Voices of Vademon, Wizardmon, Armadillomon, and other characters, Digimon: Digital Monsters (animated; also known as Digimon: Season 3, Digimon 02, and Digimon 03), Fox, 1999-2001.

Voices of Sakata and other characters, Rurouni Kenshin (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000.

Voice of Movor, Transformers: Robots in Disguise (animated), Fox Kids, 2001.

(English version) Voice of Katakura, Kokaku kidotai: Stand Alone Complex (animated; also known as Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig, and Kokaku kidotai: S.A.C. 2nd Gig), Cartoon Network, 2005.

Voice of Beck Gold for English version, The Big O (animated; also known as The Big O II; originally broadcast in Japan), Cartoon Network; (as Axel Roberts) voice of Gaw commander, Kido senshi gundam: Dai 08 MS shotai (animated; also known as Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team), Cartoon Network; voice for English version of the animated series Samurai Champloo.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Frank, "The Eternal Mind," Amazing Stories (also known as Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories"), syndicated, 1986.

Nomad, "Material Girl," Still the Beaver (also known as The New Leave It to Beaver), 1987.

"Teen Dreams," Hunter, NBC, 1989.

Brian Hatch, "Dicky's Got the Blues," Reasonable Doubts, NBC, 1991.

Willie, "Kill Shot," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1995.

Hobbs, Charlie Grace, ABC, 1995.

Paul McCartney look-alike, "Talk's Cheap," Family Matters, 1995.

Voice of Microchip, "Neogenic Nightmare: Part 7: The Punisher," Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1995.

Voice of Microchip, "Neogenic Nightmare: Part 8: Duel of the Hunters," Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1995.

Paul McCartney look alike, "Talk's Cheap," Family Matters, ABC, 1995.

Hooper, "Rio Reno," Renegade, 1996.

Voice of Microchip, "Partners in Danger: Part 8: The Return of the Green Goblin," Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1997.

Patient, "Primal Scream," Profiler, NBC, 1997.

Voice of Piranha Khan, "Son of Frankenbeams," Beetleborgs Metallix (animated; also known as Saban's "Beetleborgs Metallix"), 1997.

Patient, "Primal scream," Profiler, NBC, 1997.

Pizza delivery guy, "Do the Right Thing," Profiler, NBC, 1998.

Voice of Lord Zedd, "From Out of Nowhere: Part 1," Power Rangers in Space (animated), Fox, 1998.

Voice of Lord Zedd, "Countdown to Destruction: Parts 1 & 2," Power Rangers in Space (animated), Fox, 1998.

Voice of Mutantrum, "The Lights of Orion," Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (animated), Fox, 1999.

(As Axel Roberts) Voice of Dr. Londez, "Brain Scratch," Kauboi bibappu (animated; also known as Cowboy Bebop), Cartoon Network, 1999.

Harvey, "The Game," 18 Wheels of Justice, The Nashville Network, 2000.

Thin man, "Undercover Rangers," Power Rangers Time Force (animated), Fox, 2001.

Voice of Lord Zedd (from archive footage), "Legacy of Power," Power Rangers DinoThunder, 2004.

Also appeared in "Sandy Singing a Song about Texas," SpongeBob SquarePants (animated); appeared in the soap operas The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, Santa Barbara, and The Young and the Restless, and in episodes of Divorce Court, FBI: The Untold Stories, Friday the 13th, syndicated, Houston Knights, JinJin (animated), Lupin 3 Mystery of Mamo (animated), Mad TV, The New Mike Hammer, Not Necessarily the News, Sidekicks, Starman, and Star Trek Voyager.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Sheepskin salesman, Bates Motel, NBC, 1987.

George/Easter bunny, A Chucklewood Easter, 1987.

Howie's cellmate, Ghost Dog: A Detective Tail, PAX, 2003.

Television Appearances; Other:

Frog footman, Alice in Wonderland (miniseries; also known as Alice through the Looking Glass), CBS, 1985.

"This Ain't Bebop," segment of Imagining America, PBS, 1989.

Voice, The Adventure Machine, 1990.

Voice, What's Up, Mom?, 1992.

Appeared in the pilot for The New Love American Style, ABC; also appeared in City Guys, NBC, and U.S. Customs Classified.

Television Work; Series:

Additional voices for the animated series Fushigi na koala Binky (also known as Noozles and The Wondrous Koala Binky) and Jin Jin.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in New York City productions of The Destroyers, Fifty-Seventh Street Playhouse, Little Trips, 70 Grand Theatre, and The Merchant of Venice, Jan Hus Theatre; appeared in the Los Angeles area with Alexander Repertory Company in Midsummer Night's Dream, Mr. Dracula, and The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd, at Celebrity Center Theatre in All the Difference, Curtain Time, andGirls in Warm Snow, at Glendale Center Theatre in The Father of the Bride and The Gazebo, with Group Repertory Theatre in The Art of Seduction, Broadway Bound, Come Back Little Sheba, Lou's on First, Miracle, and RUR, at New Theatre in The Beaver Coat.

Stage Work:

Director of A Crazy Marriage, American Renegade Theatre, North Hollywood, CA.



Minister, Fart: The Movie, Simitar Entertainment, 1991.

Voices of Finster and Lord Zedd, Lord Zedd's Monster Heads: The Greatest Villains of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (animated), Warner Vision Entertainment, 1995.

Voice of Hachinohe, Hajime no ippo (animated; also known as Fighting Spirit and Knockout; originally broadcast as a television series in Japan), Geneon Entertainment, 2004.

Video Games:

Voice of thin prisoner, Sim City Enhanced CD-ROM, Interplay Productions, 1993.

Voice, Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb, Dreamers Guild, 1994.

Voice, Might and Magic: World of Xeen, New World Computing, 1994.



My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 1: Puss 'n Boots/Little Red Riding Hood, Saban Productions, 1986.

My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 3: Sleeping Beauty/Snow White/Cinderella, Saban Productions, 1986.