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Billingslea, Beau 1953–

Billingslea, Beau 1953–

(Beau Bilingslea, John Billingslea, John A. Billingslea, Beau Billingsley, Bo Billingsley, Beau Billingsly, Beau Billinslea, Jack Daniels, John Daniels, John Hammond)

PERSONAL

Original name, Beau M. Billingslea; born September 1, 1953, in Charleston, SC (some sources cite Aguila, AZ). Education: Attended college.

Addresses:

Agent—House of Representatives, 400 South Beverly Dr., Suite 101, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Abrams Artists Agency, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 407, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Career:

Actor and voice artist. Appeared in advertisements. Military service: U.S. military, served as a captain.

CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series:

Police officer, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984–85.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Voice of Jackel, Hokuto no Ken (anime; also known as Fist of the North Star, Ken, the Great Bear Fist, and Seikimatsu kyuseishu densetsu—Hokuto no Ken), Encore Action and Showtime Beyond, originally broadcast by Fuji Television, 1984–87.

(English version) Voice of Norton, Ys (anime; also known as Ancient Book of Ys), originally broadcast in Japan, 1989–91.

Professor Russell Stern, General Hospital, ABC, 1991.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voice of Kyes, Isu II: Tenku no shinden (anime; also known as Ancient Book of Ys II, Y's II: Castle in the Heavens, Ys 2: Citadel in the Sky, and Ys II Temple in the Sky), originally broadcast in Japan, 1992–93.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Voice of Colonel Millard Johnson, Macross Plus (anime), Encore Action, originally released by NHK, 1994.

Trent Jordan, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), CBS, 1995.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Voice of Spirit of Flame, Arc the Lad (anime), originally broadcast by Wowow, 1999.

Narrator, Suicide Missions, History Channel, beginning c. 1999.

(English version; as Jack Daniels) Voice of Solider B, Wild ARMs: Twilight Version (anime), The Anime Network, originally broadcast by Wowow, 1999–2000.

Voices of Ogremon and others, Digimon: Digital Monsters (anime; also known as Digimon Adventure, Digimon 02, Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3), Fox, 1999–2002, then ABC, 2002–2003.

Detective Frank Adelson, City of Angels, CBS, 2000.

(As John Billingslea) Voices of Gohei and Senaku, Rurouni Kenshin (anime; also known as Kenshin the Wanderer, Ruroken, Rurouni Kenshin: Romance of a Meiji Swordsman, Samurai X, Kenshin, ang Manlalakbay na Samurai, Kenshin, el guerrero Samurai, Kenshin le vagabond, and Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan), Cartoon Network, c. 2000, originally broadcast by Animax South Asia and other networks, c. 1996–98.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Voice of Oji Tanaka, Kacho Oji (anime; also known as Black Heaven, The Legend of Black Heaven, and Kachou Ouji—Hard Rock Save the Space), 2000, originally broadcast by Wowow, 1999.

(English version) Voice of Dino Mammoth, DinoZaurs (anime; also known as DinoZone and Prehistoric Warriors), Fox, beginning 2000, also broadcast by other networks, including Antenne–2 (France), Lebanese Broadcasting Company (LBC), and Turkish Radio & Television (TRT).

(English version) Voice of Captain Michael Heartland, Argento Soma (anime; also known as Argentosoma and Arujento soma), originally broadcast by Bandai Channel and TV Tokyo, 2000–2001.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voices of Yoshio Fujiwara, Ohta, and announcer, Hajime no ippo (anime; also known as Fighting Spirit and Knockout), broadcast in Japan, c. 2000–2002.

(English version) Voice of Gator Enterran, Mashuranbo (anime; also known as Shinzo), Fox, 2000–2002, ABC Family Channel, beginning 2002, Disney Channel, beginning 2005, originally broadcast in Japan.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Narrator, Seihou Bukyou Outlaw Star (anime; also known as Outlaw Star), Cartoon Network, 2001, broadcast by Toonami (Great Britain), originally broadcast in Japan in 1998.

(English version) Voices of Akitaka Fudo and interviewer, Samurai Girl Real Bout High School (anime; also known as Girl Real Bout High School), originally broadcast by Kids Station, 2001.

(English version) Voices of captain and Masaki, Babel II—Beyond Infinity (anime), beginning c. 2001, broadcast in Japan by TV Tokyo, 2001.

(English version) Voices of G–Junior and Cyborg 005, Saibogu 009 (anime; also known as Cyborg 009 and Cyborg 009: The Cyborg Soldier), Cartoon Network, beginning c. 2001, also broadcast by TV Tokyo, beginning 2001.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Voice of Jet Black, Kauboi bibappu (anime; also known as Cowboy Bebop), Cartoon Network, 2001–2002, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, Bandai Channel, and Wowow, 1998–99.

Judge Lawrence Harrington, Family Law, CBS, 2001–2002.

(English version) Voice of Admiral John Kowen, Kido senshi Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (anime; also known as Gundam 0083 and Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory), Cartoon Network, 2002, originally broadcast by Bandai Channel, 1991.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voice of Shoushiba, 12 kokuki (anime; also known as The Twelve Kingdoms, 12 Kingdoms, and Juuni kokki), originally broadcast by BS2 and NHK, 2002–2003.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voices of Antigones and others.

Alexander Senki (anime; also known as Alexander, Alexander's Campaign, Reign, Reign: The Conqueror, and Alexandre: O grande), Cartoon Network, 2003, originally broadcast by Fuji Television, beginning c. 1997.

(English version) Voices of administration manager and doctor, .hack//Tasogare no udewa densetsu (anime; also known as .hack//Legend of the Twilight, .hack//DUSK, .hack//Legend, .hack//Legend of the Twilight Bracelet, .hack//LOT, and .hack//Udeden), originally broadcast by Bandai Channel and TV Tokyo, 2003.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voices of Godwin, first Silvana flight deck crew member, and second fuel attendant, Last Exile (anime; also known as LastEXILE), G4techTV, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, 2003.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voice of Yazuka, Great Teacher Onizuka (anime; also known as GTO), Showtime Next and Anime Selects, 2003–2004, originally broadcast by Fuji Television, 1999–2000.

(English version) Voices of Diskon and George, Geneshaft (anime; also known as Gene Shaft), G4techTV, 2003, originally released by Wowow, 2001.

Voice of Yammer, Immortal Grand Prix (anime; also known as IGPX), Cartoon Network, beginning c. 2003, also broadcast in Japan.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voice of Bear Walken, Gungrave (anime), G4techTV, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo and AT–X, 2003–2004.

New Getter Robo (anime; also known as Getter Robo Re: Model and Shin Getter Robo), originally broadcast by Animax, 2004.

(English version) Voice, Vandread (anime; also known as Vandread: The Second Stage), Encore Action, beginning 2004, originally released by Bandai Channel, Wowow, and Animax, 2000–2002.

(English version) Voices of Wei Long–Lin and Sailorman B, Heat Guy J (anime), MTV2, 2004, broadcast by Wowow, c. 2002–2003, and broadcast by other networks.

(English version) Voice of giant walrus, Wolf's Rain (anime), Cartoon Network, 2004, originally broadcast by Bandai Channel and Fuji Television, 2003.

(English version) Voice of Bear (some sources cite voice of Deerhound), Rave Master (anime), Cartoon Network, beginning 2004, originally broadcast in Japan.

(English version) Voice of commissioner, Kokaku kidotai: Stand Alone Complex (anime; also known as Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex and Kokaku kidotai: Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig), Cartoon Network, 2004–2005, originally broadcast by Nippon Television Network, 2002, also broadcast by other networks, including YTV (Canada), beginning 2005, and Cuatro (Spain), beginning 2005.

(English version; as John Daniels) Voice of Matsuonosuke Shibui, Samurai Champloo (anime), Cartoon Network, beginning 2005, originally broadcast by Fuji Television, beginning 2004.

(English version) Voices of Noose and Captain Finn, Battle B–Daman (anime; also known as B–Daman, Battle B'Daman, and Bedaman), various networks, including ABC Family Channel, Cartoon Network, G4techTV, YTV, beginning 2005, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, beginning 2004.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Commissioner Lee Brown, The Atlanta Child Murders, CBS, 1985.

Ezra, North and South, Book II, ABC, 1986.

Demonstrator, George Wallace, TNT, 1997.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Voice of Richard Lunland, Kido senshi Gundam 0080 pocket no naka no sensou (anime; also known as Gundam 0080, Gundam 0080: A War in the Pocket, and Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket), Cartoon Network, 2001, originally broadcast by the Bandai Channel, 1989.

(As Beau Billingsley) Chester Shortridge, Gone but Not Forgotten, Lifetime, 2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Second television reporter, Best Kept Secrets (also known as Under Suspicion), ABC, 1984.

Carter, Brothers–in–Law, ABC, 1985.

(English version) Voice of nurse, Akira (anime), broadcast on Encore Action, originally broadcast in Japan by the Bandai Channel, 1988, released by Streamline Entertainment, 1990, also released by Pioneer Entertainment, special edition released as Akira: The Special Edition, Manga Entertainment, c. 2001.

Hal, Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story (also known as Blind Hate), NBC, 1991.

Franklin Gitt, Armed and Innocent, CBS, 1994.

Pete (bartender), Roseanne: An Unauthorized Biography, Fox, 1994.

Young police officer, Sharon's Secret (also known as Into the Fire), USA Network, 1995.

Judge Roubal, Terror in the Family, Fox, 1996.

Judge Hillman, To Live Again, CBS, 1998.

Second general, The Pentagon Wars, HBO, 1998.

George Mitchell, Silent Predators, TBS, 1999.

(English version) Voice of Jet Black, Cowboy Bebop: Tengoku no tobira (anime; also known as Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, and Cowboy Bebop the Movie: Knockin' on Heaven's Door), Cartoon Network, 2005, originally broadcast by Animax and Bandai Channel, 2001, broadcast on other networks.

David Johnson, McBride: Murder Past Midnight, The Hallmark Channel, 2005.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Detective, Child Abuse, KCET (PBS affiliate), 1976.

You Are the Jury, NBC, 1986.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

O'Donnell, "Testament of Power," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1977.

Reporter, "The Valley Strangler," Mrs. Columbo (also known as Kate Columbo, Kate Loves a Mystery, and Kate the Detective), NBC, 1979.

Dr. Taylor, "King of the Hill," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982.

Reyster, "Race for Life," Cutter to Houston, CBS, 1983.

Reporter, "The People vs. Gary Ewing," Knots Landing, CBS, 1983.

(As Beau Billinslea) Captain, "Call It Courage," Call to Glory, ABC, 1984.

Dean, "My Son, the Doctor," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1984.

Police officer, "The Hot Grounder," Hunter, NBC, 1984.

(As Beau Billingsly) Himself, "The Shooter," Hunter, NBC, 1985.

Dr. Miller, "Bail Out," Dallas (also known as Oil), CBS, 1985.

Dr. Miller, "Lockup in Laredo," Dallas (also known as Oil), CBS, 1985.

Dr. Miller, "Sins of the Fathers," Dallas (also known as Oil), CBS, 1985.

First guard, "Hot Target," Street Hawk, ABC, 1985.

Guard, "Incident at Crystal Lake," The A–Team, NBC, 1985.

Technician, "Identities," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), ABC, 1985.

"Brother, Can You Spare a Blonde?," Moonlighting, ABC, 1985.

I Had Three Wives, CBS, 1985.

First man, "The Great Manhunt," 227, NBC, 1986.

Nolte, "The Last Chance Platoon," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1986.

Officer, "Recriminations," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), ABC, 1986.

Owens, "Family Reunion," The A–Team, NBC, 1986.

Second police officer, "Shadows of Doubt: Parts 1 & 2," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), ABC, 1986.

Sergeant Taylor, "Duane's Basic Training," Down to Earth, TBS, 1986.

Turlow, "Deadly Force," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1986.

"The Triumvirate," Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1986.

Boone, "Family Matter," MacGyver, ABC, 1987.

Chef, "Mona," Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1987.

Dave, "Hit the Road, Chad," Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1987.

Henry, "The Boxer," What's Happening Now!, syndicated, 1987.

Officer Bolin, "Flashpoint," Hunter, NBC, 1987.

Doctor, "The Bracelet," Dynasty, ABC, 1988.

Security guard, "The Mistress," Matlock, NBC, 1988.

Kel Murray, "Three Strikes, You're Out," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989.

Dr. Olsen, "The Big Race," Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawaii and Baywatch Hawai'i), syndicated, 1990.

Mr. Monroe, "Rush to Judgement," MacGyver, ABC, 1990.

Sheriff, "Malibu or Bust!," They Came from Outer Space, syndicated, 1990.

Bob Bryant, "Mo' Money," The Royal Family (also known as Chest Pains), CBS, 1992.

Detective Hankin, "Oscar, Meyer, Weiner," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993.

Moderator, "Banking on Marcy," Married … with Children (also known as Not the Cosbys), Fox, 1993.

(As Beau Bilingslea) George, "Michael's Games," Melrose Place, Fox, 1994.

(As Beau Bilingslea) George, "Reunion Blues," Melrose Place, Fox, 1994.

Mr. Jackson, "Great Expectations," Step by Step, ABC, 1994.

Mr. Simms, "Out of Control," Coach, ABC, 1994.

"Whistle Stop," L.A. Law, NBC, 1994.

"'65–'95," The Marshal, ABC, 1995.

(As Beau Billingsley) Mac Paulsen, "Athletes ARE Role Models," Arli$$ (also known as Arliss), HBO, 1996.

Mr. Fletcher, "Palimony Suit," Sparks (also known as Sparks, Sparks, Sparks), UPN, 1996.

Reverend Hightower, "A Bundy Thanksgiving," Married with Children (also known as Not the Cosbys), Fox, 1996.

"Undercover," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1996.

Agent Scanlon, "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997.

Security chief, "The Birth," Mad about You (also known as Loved by You), NBC, 1997.

"It's the Gospel," Sparks (also known as Sparks, Sparks, Sparks), UPN, 1997.

(As John A. Billingslea) Prison director, "Coronation," Profiler, NBC, 1998.

Ben Frazier, "The Big Blue," Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawaii and Baywatch Hawai'i), syndicated, 1999.

Captain Forrest, "Santa Claude," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1999.

Mr. Kellogg, "Jump!," The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1999.

Mr. Smith, "John Doe," L.A. Heat, syndicated, 1999.

Coach Willis, "Grapefruits of Wrath," Daddio, NBC, 2000.

First man, "With God as My Witness," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2000.

(As John Daniels) Ben, Grapevine, CBS, 2000.

Colonel Klesko, "Ambush," JAG, CBS, 2001.

Deputy warden Jim Cullen, "Hit the Road, Clark," NYPD Blue, ABC, 2001.

Gene Carter, "Chances …," 7th Heaven (also known as Seventh Heaven and 7th Heaven: Beginnings), The WB, 2001.

Gene Carter, "Are," 7th Heaven (also known as Seventh Heaven and 7th Heaven: Beginnings), The WB, 2001.

Tom Jakes, "Justice for All," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2001.

Travis Haywood, Sr., "Running towards Fire," The District, CBS, 2001.

Announcer, "Leavin' Stevens," Even Stevens, Disney Channel, 2003.

Mr. Carter, "Thus with a Kiss I Die," The Division (also known as Heart of the City), Lifetime, 2003.

Narrator, "High Voltage," Modern Marvels, History Channel, 2003.

Narrator, "Ice Road Truckers," Modern Marvels, History Channel, 2003.

Police academy commandant, "Wannabe," Boomtown, NBC, 2003.

Agent Caswell, "Liftoff," The West Wing (also known as West Wing and El ala oeste de la Casablanca), NBC, 2004.

Agent Velasquez, "No Exit," The West Wing (also known as West Wing and El ala oeste de la Casablanca), NBC, 2004.

Voice of Chisai, "All I Really Oughta Know," Witch Hunter Robin (anime), Cartoon Network, 2004, originally broadcast in Japan, c. 2002.

Voice of Nagira's second informant, "No Way Out," Witch Hunter Robin (anime), Cartoon Network, 2004, originally broadcast in Japan, c. 2002.

Voice of William Hasselbyke, "Family Portrait," Witch Hunter Robin (anime), Cartoon Network, 2004, originally broadcast in Japan, c. 2002.

Voice of Grrkek the planet killer and an orange scaly thing, "Breakout," Megas XLR (animated; also known as LowBrow), Cartoon Network, 2004.

(English version) Voice of Kaiba Natsume, "Start Up," Tenjho Tenge (anime), broadcast in Japan, c. 2004.

Dr. Brent Kessler, "Payback," CSI: Miami, CBS, 2005.

Willie Dandridge (2005), "Colors," Cold Case, CBS, 2005.

Bill, "He's Gotta Have It," All of Us, UPN, 2006.

Mickey Bettis, "Side Man," In Justice, ABC, 2006.

Appeared in "Mary," an episode of FBI: The Untold Stories, ABC; appeared as Commander Keller, Cracker (also known as Fitz), ABC; and as Beau, Evening Shade, CBS. While billed as John A. Billingslea, appeared as Sonny Green in an episode of Gideon's Crossing, ABC.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Eldridge, Project: Tin Men, ABC, 1990.

Green Dolphin Beat (also known as Green Dolphin Street), Fox, 1994.

Security guard, News Radio (also known as News Radio and The Station), NBC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Other:

Detective, Freeze, KCET (PBS affiliate), 1976.

Television Additional Voices; Series:

(English version; as John Daniels) Isu II: Tenku no shinden (anime; also known as Ancient Book of Ys II, Y's II: Castle in the Heavens, Ys 2: Citadel in the Sky, and Ys II Temple in the Sky), originally broadcast in Japan, 1992–93.

(English version) Mashuranbo (anime; also known as Shinzo), Fox, 2000–2002, ABC Family Channel, beginning 2002, Disney Channel, beginning 2005, originally broadcast in Japan.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Seihou Bukyou Outlaw Star (anime; also known as Outlaw Star), Cartoon Network, 2001, broadcast by Toonami (Great Britain), originally broadcast in Japan in 1998.

(English version; as John Daniels) Last Exile (anime; also known as LastEXILE), G4techTV, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, 2003.

(English version) Battle B–Daman (anime; also known as B–Daman, Battle B'Daman, and Bedaman), various networks, including ABC Family Channel, Cartoon Network, G4techTV, YTV (Canada), beginning 2005, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, beginning 2004.

Film Appearances:

Donny, Night Shift, Warner Bros., 1982.

Desk sergeant Jacob, 10 to Midnight (also known as Ten to Midnight), Cannon, 1983.

George, Real Genius, TriStar, 1985.

(English version; as John Billingslea) Narrator, Tatakae! Iczer–1 (anime; also known as Fight! Iczer–1, Iczer, and Tatakae! Iczer–1), AIC, 1985 and 1987.

Bailiff, Walk Like a Man, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1987.

(English version) Voice of crash site subcommander, Buraku majikku M–66 (anime; also known as Black Magic M–66), U.S. Renditions, originally released by Toshiba EMI, 1987.

Moss Woodley, The Blob, TriStar, 1988.

(English version) Voice of nurse, Akira (anime), Streamline Entertainment, 1990, also released by Pioneer Entertainment, special edition released as Akira: The Special Edition, Manga Entertainment, c. 2001, broadcast on Encore Action, originally broadcast in Japan by the Bandai Channel, 1988.

Detective Hubbel, Out for Blood, 1993.

Charles Shakemen, We the People (also known as Final Justice), Sandwedge Films, 1994.

Sergeant Daniels, In the Army Now (also known as You're in the Army Now), Buena Vista, 1994.

Agent Cooper, The American President, Columbia, 1995.

Andy Gold, Indecent Behavior III, Buena Vista, 1995.

(As John Hammond) Voice of deejay, Street Fighter II: The Movie (anime; also known as Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie and Street Fighter II Movie), Capcom Entertainment, 1997, originally released by Sony Music Entertainment, 1994.

Captain Wallace, Surface to Air, Artisan Entertainment, 1997.

Dr. Boasberg, The Setting Son, PorchLight Entertainment, 1997.

Detective "Fitz" Fitzsimmons, Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later (also known as Halloween: H20, Halloween H20: (20 Years Later), Halloween: The Revenge of Laurie Strode, Halloween 7, and Halloween 7: The Revenge of Laurie Strode), Miramax/Dimension Films, 1998.

Sheriff Wilson, Rusty: A Dog's Tale (also known as Rusty: The Great Rescue), Saban Entertainment, 1998.

Gordon, Final Voyage, New City Releasing, 1999.

Scientist, My Favorite Martian (also known as My Favourite Martian), Buena Vista, 1999.

John Turner, Gale Force, Phoenician Entertainment, 2002.

(English version; as John Daniels) Professor Hiltz (some sources cite role as Noo), Space Pirate Captain Harlock: The Endless Odyssey (short anime film; also known as Captain Herlock and Space Pirate Captain Herlock: The Endless Odyssey—Outside Legend), originally released in 2002.

Thompson, Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood (also known as Leprechaun: Back in da Hood and Leprechaun 6), Lions Gate Films, 2003.

(English version) Voice of Barret Wallace, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (anime; also known as Advent Children and Compilation of Final Fantasy VII—Part Two—Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005, originally released in Japan.

NCBA board member, Rebound, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005.

Theotis, Meet the Family, Lerner Entertainment Group, 2005.

Theotis, Meet the Family: Dinner with the Rumps, Lerner Entertainment Group, 2005.

Film Work:

(English version; as John Daniels) Additional voices, Rupan sansei: Kariosutoro no shiro (anime; also known as Arsene Lupin and the Castle of Cagliostro, The Castle of Cagliostro, Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro, Lupin the Third: The Castle of Cagliostro, and Rupan sansei: Cagliostro no shiro), Manga Entertainment, originally broadcast in Japan, 1979.

Associate producer, We the People (also known as Final Justice), Sandwedge Films, 1994.

RECORDINGS

Videos:

Himself, Adventures in Voice Acting (documentary), 2006.

Video Games:

Voice of "Buckshot" Bill Morgan, Outlaws, Lucas Arts Entertainment Company, 1997.

(As Beau Billingsley) Voice of Tony Umeda, Bushido Blade 2, Square Electronic Arts, 1998.

(As Bo Billingsley) Voices of Rakeesh and Shakra, Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire, 1998.

Voice, Omega Boost, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 1999.

(Uncredited) Voice of Xiahou Yuan, Kessen II, KOEI Corporation, 2002.

(As Bo Billingsley) Voice, Might and Magic IX, 2002.

(Uncredited) Voice of Helmer, Xenosaga Episode I: Chikara he no ishi (also known as Xenosaga, Xenosaga Episode I Reloaded, Xenosaga Episode I: The Will to Power, and Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht), Namco Hometek, 2003, originally released in 2002.

(Uncredited) Voices of Adray Lasbard and Berial, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time (also known as Star Ocean 3: Till the End of Time), Square Enix, 2003.

Voices of Cao Ren and Dian Wei, Shin sangoku muso 3 (also known as Dynasty Warriors 4), KOEI Corporation, 2003.

(Uncredited) Voices of Cao Ren and Dian Wei, Shin sangoku muso 3 mushoden (also known as Dynasty Warriors 4: Xtreme Legends), KOEI Corporation, 2003.

(Uncredited) Voices of Carl Thammond and Hermes Sturges, Front Mission 4, Square Enix, 2003.

(Uncredited) Voices of Guan Yu and Dian Wei, Sangokushi senki 2 (also known as Dynasty Tactics 2), KOEI Corporation, 2003.

(As Bo Billingsley) Voices, Lords of Everquest, Sony Online Entertainment, 2003.

(Uncredited) Voice of Jaguar, Neo Contra, Konami Digital Entertainment America, 2004.

(English version; uncredited) Voice of Kenshin Uesugi, Sengoku muso (also known as Samurai Warriors), KOEI Corporation, 2004.

(English version; uncredited) Voice of Kenshin Uesugi, Sengoku muso mushoden, KOEI Corporation, 2004.

(English version; uncredited) Voice of Marcus Snow (swordsman), Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War (also known as Ace Combat: Squadron Leader), Namco Hometek, 2004.

(Uncredited) Voice of Nexus, Breakdown, Namco Hometek, 2004.

(Uncredited) Voices of Cao Ren and Dian Wei, Shin sangoku muso 3: Empires (also known as Dynasty Warriors 4: Empires), KOEI Corporation, 2004.

(English version) Voices of Delsus's father and chief of stone, Iris no Atelier: Eternal Mana, Nippon Ichi Software, 2004.

(Uncredited) Voice of Gerald, Radiata Stories, Square Enix, 2005.

(Uncredited) Voice of Lukas Hayes, Death by Degrees, Namco Hometek, 2005.

(Uncredited) Voices of Cao Ren & Dian Wei, Shin sangoku muso 4 mushoden (also known as Dynasty Warriors 5), KOEI Corporation, 2005.

(Uncredited) Voices of Jason G, Gregorio, Quincy, and other gang members, Beat Down (also known as Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance), Capcom Entertainment, 2005.

(Uncredited) Voices of Mark Wilkins, Jim Chapman, and others, Biohazard Outbreak: File #2 (also known as Resident Evil Outbreak: File #2), Capcom Entertainment, 2005.

(Uncredited) Voices of various gang members, Urban Reign, Namco Hometek, 2005.

(English version; uncredited) Voices, Grandia III, Square Enix, 2005.

Voices, Kingdom Hearts II (also known as Kingudamu hatsu II), Square Electronic Arts, 2005.

Voice of Barret Wallace, Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, Square Electronic Arts, 2006.

(Uncredited) Voices of Cao Ren and Dian Wei, Shin sangoku muso 4: Empires (also known as Dynasty Warriors 5: Empires), KOEI Corporation, 2006.

(Uncredited) Voices, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War (also known as Ace Combat: The Belkan War), Namco/Namco Bandai Games America, 2006.

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