Clarke, Dameon

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Clarke, Dameon

PERSONAL

Addresses: Agent—Horne Agency, 4420 West Lovers Lane, Dallas, TX 75209.

Career: Actor, voice performer, and writer. Innuendo Films, Dallas, TX, producer.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Voice of Paragus, Dragon Ball Z 8: Moetsukiro!! Nessen retsusen-cho gekisen (anime; also known as Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan and Dragon Ball Z 8: Burning Spirits!! Valiant Fight! Violent Fight! Super-Exciting Fight!), FUNimation Productions, 1993.

Fritz, House of the Generals, Ganya Film Productions, 2000.

Jay Hossela, Indefinitely, Bare Ruined Films, 2001.

Agent Riley, Hall of Mirrors, Bare Ruined Films/Innuendo Films, 2001.

Animal truck driver, Secondhand Lions, New Line Cinema, 2003.

Clyde Calloway, Quiet Desperation (short film), Ad Astra Productions, 2003.

Chris, The Prodigy, F5 Films, 2004.

Mr. Jones, The Alamo, Buena Vista, 2004.

Appeared as Shane, Penitence; and as Danny, Sole Possessions (short film), Innuendo Films; some sources also cite appearance as Ray in a film titled Tucked Away.

Television Appearances; Series:

Voices of Dice Quaid, Ted, and others, Blue Gender (anime), Tokyo Broadcasting, 1999.

Voices of Cell, adult Gohan, Killah, South Kai, Bora, and others, Dragon Ball Z (anime; also known as DBZ), syndicated, between 1999 and 2003.

Voices of bear thief and Bora, Dragon Ball (anime), Cartoon Network, 2001.

Voice of younger Toguro Ototo, Yu yu hakusho (anime; also known as Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Host, ES Live!, 2002.

Voices of George and other characters, Meitantei conan (anime; also known as Case Closed and Case Closed: One Truth Prevails; originally aired in Japanese), Cartoon Network, 2004.

Voice of Scar, Hagane no renkinjutsushi (anime; also known as Full Metal Alchemist), Cartoon Network, 2004–2005.

Voice of Cell, Dragonball GT (anime), 2004–2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Alex, Secrets of a Married Man, NBC, 1984.

Sean, Blackout, HBO, 1985.

Andy Shelby, The President's Man: A Line in the Sand, CBS, 2002.

Ranger Harper, Saving Jessica Lynch (also known as Saving Jessica Lynch: The Rescue of an American Soldier), NBC, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Copilot, "Turning Point," Walker, Teas Ranger, CBS, 2000.

Estrada, "Confidence," Third Watch, NBC, 2003.

First anti-crime person, "Monsters," Third Watch, NBC, 2004.

Television Appearances; Other:

Jim, LAX (pilot), NBC, 2004.

Appeared as Paul in Tillerman's Taxi (pilot); also appeared in Gunslinger Girl.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in Journey to the Center of the Earth, Pegasus Theatre.

RECORDINGS

Videos:

Voice of Kazuma Sohma, Fruits Basket (anime), JONU Media, 2001.

Voice of Armblast, Kiddy Grade, FUNimation Productions, 2002.

Voices for English version, Doragon boru Z: Tatta hitori no saishu kessen—Freza ni itonda Z senshi Kakarotti no chichi (anime; also known as Dragonball Z: Tatta hitori no saishu kessen—Freeza ni itonda z senshi son goku no chichi; originally broadcast on television in Japanese); voice of Keith Hayden for English version, Rupan sansei: Rupan ansatsu shirei (anime; also known as Lupin III: Dark Order of Assassination, Lupin III: Orders to Assassinate Lupin, and Lupin III: Voyage to Danger; originally broadcast on television in Japanese); voice of adult Gohan for English version, Doragon boru Z: Zetsubo e no hanko!! Nokosareta cho senshi—Gohan to Torankusu (anime; also known as Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks; originally broadcast on television in Japanese).

Video Games:

Voices of Ken, editor, and Hale Cooper, Blair Witch Volume 1: Rustin Parr, Gathering of Developers, 2000.

Voice, Bloodrayne, Universal Interactive Studios, 2002.

Voice of Cell, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (anime), Infogrames Sheffield, 2002.

Voice, 4×4 E.o. 2, Universal Interactive Studios, 2002.

Voices, Roadkill, Midway Manufacturing, 2003.

Voice of Cell, Dragonball Z: Budokai 2 (anime), Atari Games, 2003.

Voice of Cell, Dragonball Z: Budokai 3 (anime), FUNimation Productions, 2003.

WRITINGS

Television Series:

Blue Gender (anime), Tokyo Broadcasting, 1999.

OTHER SOURCES

Electronic:

Dameon Clarke Official Site, http://www.dameonclarke.com, April 8, 2005.