Renaday, Pete 1935–
Renaday, Pete 1935–
(Peter Renaday, P. L. Renoudet, Pete Renoudet)
Original name, Pierre L. Renoudet; born June 9, 1935, in LA.
Addresses: Agent— Cunningham, Escott, Slevin and Doherty, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., suite 130, Los Angeles, CA 90025.
Career: Actor. Provided voice for announcement for the arrival of trains at Main Street Station in Disneyland; also provided voice to various Disneyland and Walt Disney World attractions.
(As P. L. Renoudet) Pilot, Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N., 1966.
(Uncredited) Dakota townsman, The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (also known as The Family Band), 1968.
(As P. L. Renoudet) Policeman on bridge, The Love Bug, 1968.
(As Pete Renoudet) Lieutenant Hannah, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, 1969.
(Uncredited) Voice of French milkman and Le Petit Cafe cook, The AristoCats (animated), 1970.
(As Pete Renoudet) Policeman, The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
(As Pete Renoudet) Mr. Beckert, The Million Dollar Duck, 1971.
(Uncredited) Narrator, The Walt Disney Story, 1973.
(As Pete Renoudet) Reporter, The Strongest Man in the World, 1975.
(As Pete Renoudet) Lieutenant Hayes, The Psychopath (also known as An Eye for an Eye), 1975.
Bailiff, The Cat from Outer Space, Buena Vista, 1978.
Jailer at fort, The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, Buena Vista, 1979.
Irate pilot, The Last Flight of Noah's Ark, Buena Vista, 1980.
Studio engineer, The Devil and Max Devlin, Buena Vista, 1981.
Narrator, The Visitant (also known as Final Destinations), 1981.
Doctor, Obliteration, 1984.
Cajun doctor, The River Rat, Paramount, 1984.
Doctor, Speed, 1984.
Voice of Henchman, The Black Cauldron (animated; also known as Taran and the Magic Cauldron), Buena Vista, 1985.
(Uncredited) Reporter number one, Dot and the Whale, 1986.
Frank, Cellar Doors, 1989.
"Final Destination: Unknown," Terrifying Tales, 1989.
Splinter, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Turtles Awesome Easter, 1991.
(As Peter Reneday) The Miracle of Jesus (also known as The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible— The Miracles of Jesus), 1991.
Voice of announcer, President Lincoln, Impericon, and Tommy Toad, Bebe's Kids (animated; also known as Robin Harris "Bebe's Kids"), 1992.
Voice of Commander, Gargoyles: The Heroes Awaken, Buena Vista Pictures, 1994.
Justice of the peace, The Odd Couple II (also known as Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple II"), Paramount, 1998.
Voice of McKnight, Scooby–Doo and the Witch's Ghost (animated), Warner Bros. Family Entertainment, 1999.
Pa Pump, Tugger: The Jeep 4x4 Who Wanted to Fly (animated), Genesis Orlando, 2005.
Dr. Richard Turpin, Black Dawn (also known as Foreigner 2), Screen Gems, 2005.
Harold Shenson, A Distant Thunder (short), Vision Video, 2005.
Producer, Cellar Doors, 1989.
(As Peter Renaday) Additional voices, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (animated; also known as Batman: Mask of the Phantasm: The Animated Movie, Batman: The Animated Movie—Mask of the Phantasm, Mask of the Phantasm: Batman the Animated Movie, and Batman: The Animated Movie), Warner Bros., 1993.
Additional voices, Heisei tanuki gassen pompoko (animated; also known as Pom poko and The Raccoon War), 1994.
Additional voices, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (animated), Buena Vista Home Video, 1998.
Additional voices, Mulan (animated), 1998.
(As Peter Renaday) Additional voices, Ringmaster (also known as Jerry Springer: Ringermaster), Artisan Entertainment, 1998.
Automated dialogue replacement (ADR), Shrek (animated), 2001.
Additional voices, Kaze no tani no Naushika (also known as Kaze no tani no Nausicaa, Nausicaa, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, and Warriors of the Wind), 2004.
(English version) Additional voices, Hauru no ugokushiro (animated; also known as Howl's Moving Castle), Buena Vista, 2004.
Television Appearances; Series:
Voice of Grapple, Transformers (animated; also known as TRANSFORMERS: 2010, Tatakae! Cho robo seimeitai TRANSFORMERS, and The Transformers), syndicated, 1985.
Voice of Space Marshall Vaughn, "Space Ace," Saturday Supercade (animated), CBS, 1984–85.
Voice of Master Blaster, Kidd Video (animated), syndicated, 1984.
Mandrake the Magician, Defenders of the Earth, syndicated, 1986.
Voice of Splinter (Hamato Yoshi), General Tragg, Exterminator, Vernon Fenwick, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (also known as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Series), syndicated, 1987–94.
John Jacks, General Hospital, ABC, 1996–2000.
Various voices, Grim & Evil (animated; also known as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Cartoon Network, 2002–2005.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
(As Peter Renaday) Funeral director, Murder in Texas, NBC, 1981.
Voice of Pinsor and Battle Beetle, Sectaurs, syndicated, 1986.
Hamato Yoshi, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1987.
Narrator, The Ten Commandments, ABC, 2005.
Television Appearances; Movies:
(As Pete Renoudet) Dad, Can I Borrow the Car?, 1970.
(As Pete Renoudet) Stan, Michael O'Hara the Fourth, 1972.
(As Pete Renoudet) Reporter, The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton, 1974.
One Shoe Makes It Murder, CBS, 1982.
Voice of Master Splinter/Big Louie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cufflink Caper, 1990.
Voice of Dr. Devlon, Jonny's Golden Quest (animated), USA Network, 1993.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Voice of Loper, Hank the Cowdog, CBS, 1985.
Voice of Felix the Furrier, president, and monkey number two, "The Bollo Caper," ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1985.
Voice of Splinter, Planet of the Turtleoids, CBS, 1991.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Doorman, The High Life, ABC, 1990.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
(As P. L. Renoudet) Louis, "The Tree of Moray," Combat!, 1965.
Rigsby, "Barbecue Four," Dallas, CBS, 1983.
Voice of Master Blaster, "To Beat the Band," Kidd Video, 1984.
Voice of Dr. Marsh and Amen–Ra, "The Gods Below," G.I. Joe (animated; also known as Action Force and Chijo saikyo no Expert Team), 1985.
Voice, Wildfire, CBS, 1986.
"Larry and Leon," Night Court, NBC, 1986.
Voice of Ebenezer Scrooge, "X–Mas Marks the Spot," The Real Ghost Busters, 1986.
"Bermuda Triangle Tangle," DuckTales (also known as Disney's "DuckTales"), 1987.
"Who Do You Truss?," Hooperman, 1988.
Don Tortelli and title role, "The Great Boldini," Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, syndicated, 1990.
(As Peter Renaday) Voice of Captain Stansbury's ghost, "Per Chance to Dream," TaleSpin (animated), syndicated, 1990.
Voice, Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (animated), syndicated, 1990.
Voice of Logan, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, CBS, 1990.
Voice of Derek Blunt, "In Like Blunt," Darkwing Duck (animated), 1991.
Voice, The Legend of Prince Valiant, Family Channel, 1991.
(As Peter Renaday) Voice of second longshoreman, "Terror in the Sky," Batman: The Animated Series (animated; also known as Batman and The Adventures of Batman & Robin), Fox, 1992.
Voice of Fortress One commander, "Awakenings," Gargoyles (animated), 1994.
Voice of Steele, Phantom 2040 (animated; also known as Phantom 2040: The Ghost Who Walks), 1995.
Voice of Walter Stark, "Not Far from the Tree," Iron Man (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: "Iron Man"), 1995.
(As Peter Renaday) Voice of Kane, "The Dark Mountain," The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated), Cartoon Network and syndicated, 1996.
Voice, Secataurs—Warriors of Symbion, syndicated, 1986.
Voice of Captain, "World's Finest: Parts 2 & 3," Superman (animated; also known as Superman: The Animated Series), The WB, 1997.
Voice of clerk, "The Late Mr. Kent," Superman (animated; also known as Superman: The Animated Series), The WB, 1997.
Voice of auctioneer, "The Demon Within," Batman: Gotham Knights (animated), The WB, 1998.
Pig Daddy, "The Three Little Pigs," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child, 1999.
(As Peter Renaday) Father O'Malley, "Life before Death," Touched by An Angel, CBS, 2000.
Voice of Graz, "In Blackest Night: Parts 1 & 2," Justice League (animated; also known as JL), Cartoon Network, 2001.
Voice of Priest, "Jack in Egypt," Samurai Jack (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002.
Voice of Grandmaster Tan Zang, "Jack, the Monks, and the Ancient Master's Son," Samurai Jack (animated), 2003.
Voice of the Beast Master, "Release," Angel (also known as Angel: The Series), The WB, 2003.
Voice of the Beast Master, "Orpheus," Angel (also known as Angel: The Series), The WB, 2003.
Voice of councilor and diplomat, "Starcrossed: Parts 1 & 2," Justice League (animated; also known as JL), Cartoon Network, 2004.
Voice of the President, "The HCCBDD/Mother of All Evils," Evil Con Carne (animated), Cartoon Network, 2004.
Also appeared in "Bermuda Triangle, Seaweed Episode," DuckTales (animated), syndicated; voice of bailiff, Ani-maniacs (animated); voice of village elder, Aladdin (animated).
Television Work; Series:
Additional voices, Scooby and Scrappy–Doo (animated), ABC, 1979.
Additional voices, Challenge of the GoBots (animated), syndicated, 1984.
(As Peter Renaday) Additional voices, TaleSpin (animated), syndicated, 1990.
Television Work; Movies:
(As Peter Renaday) Additional voices, The Batman/Superman Movie (animated; also known as Batman/Superman Adventures: World's Finest), 1998.
Television Work; Episodic:
Additional voices, "Quest," The Pirates of the Dark Water (also known as Dark Water), 1991.
Also provided additional voices in Captain Planet and the Planeteers (animated), TBS and syndicated; The Karate Kid (animated).
Appeared in The Hound of Baskervilles.
Radio Appearances; Series:
(Uncredited) Splinter, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (also known as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game), Konami, 1990.
Voice, Star Wars: X–Wing vs. TIE Fighter, 1996.
Voice of Chief Two Feathers and Cowboy number one, Outlaws, 1997.
Voice of Tendrick, Revenant, 1999.
Voice of Gohida Motohide, Tenchu 2: Birth of the Stealth Assassins (also known as Tenchu 2), Activision, 2000.
(English version) Voice of Richard Ames, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (also known as MGS2 and Metal Gear Solid 2), 2001.
Voice of Monk, Return to Castle Wolfenstein (also known as Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection and Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Tides of War), 2001.
Voice of Agamemnon, Age of Mythology, 2002.
(English version) Voice of Agla, EOE: Hokai no zenya (also known as EOE: Eve of Extinction), Eidos Inc., 2002.
Voice of Imarbeth, Summoner 2 (also known as Summoner: A Goddess Reborn), 2002.
(English version) Voice of Richard Ames, Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, Konami of America, 2002.
Voice of David Benninger and Dmitri Petrov, Law & Order: Justice Is Served, Vivendi, 2004.
Voice of Knight Captain Elgrondeth, Qenoasian human defector, Dworn Soulforge, and Gornit Penwiggle, EverQuest II, Sony Online Entertainment, 2004.
(English version) Voice of Dr. Cranken, Viewtiful Joe 2, Capcom Entertainment, 2004.
(English version) Voice of Marcus Tuilius Cicero, Shadow of Rome, Capcom Entertainment, 2005.
(English version) Voice of Father Paul, Rogue Galaxy, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2005.
Voice of M, James Bond 007: From Russia With Love, Electronic Arts, 2005.
Voice of the Key Maker, the Architect, police, and security, The Matrix: Path of Neo, 2005.
(English version) Voice of Lyuvann, Baten Kaitos II: Hajimari no tsubasa to kamigami no shishi (also known as Baten Kaitos Origins), Nintendo of America, 2006.
(English version) Voice of Sen Keanan, Dead Rising, Capcom Entertainment, 2006.
Voice of Odin, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Activision, 2006.
Voice of Al Mualim, Assassin's Creed, Ubisoft Entertainment, 2007.
(English version) Voice of King Gohtza, Lost Odyssey, Mircosoft Game Studios, 2008.
(English version) Voice of Dagra Dai, Ninja Garden II, Microsoft Game Studios, 2008.
Video Games (As Additional Voices):
Star Trek: Armada II, 2001.
(English version) Dead Rising, 2006.
Robert Hughes: A Jerk on One End: Reflections of a Mediocre Fisherman, Library of Contemporary Thought, 1999.
(With others) Frederick Forsyth: The Phantom of Manhattan, Dove Books, 1999.
Dee Hock: Birth of the Chaordic Age, 2000.
Voice of Ghost Host, A Spooky Night in Disney's Haunted Mansion, 1969.
Cellar Doors, 1989.
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