Who provided the voices for MASK, and whatever
happened to those people? MASK: The Web Page went to the Internet Movie Database to get the scoop....
BRENNAN THICKE, the youngest
member of the MASK voice cast, provided the voice of Scott Trakker.
He is the son of "Growing Pains" dad Alan Thicke and
"Facts of Life" theme song singer Gloria Loring. He
also was heard in the late 80's providing the voice of "Dennis
DOUG STONE provided the voices of Matt Trakker/Nash Gorey/Dusty
Hayes/Bruno Shepherd/Boris Bushkin/Max Mayhem/Bruce Sato. Recently
he provided the voice of the Skelekron Master on "Power
Rangers Lost Galaxy" and was the announcer on the "Star
Trek: The Game Show" video game.
MARK HALLORAN was the voices of .... Buddy Hawkes/Ace Riker/Sly
Rax. The Internet Movie Database has no other credits listed
The voices for Alex Sector/Floyd Malloy/Miles Mayhem/Jacques
Lefleur/Nevada Rushmore/Dr. Clay were provided by BRENDAN McKANE.
McKane has done more on-camera work in recent years, guest starring
on Melrose Place and also the first season Star Trek: The Next
Generation episode "Coming of Age."
GRAEME McKENNA lent his voice to T-Bob as well as Calhoun Burns.
He appeared in a 1997 TV-movie called "Weapons of Mass
Destruction" which had Jason Lee in it so it had to have
Almost all of the female voices on MASK were provided by SHARON
NOBLE. Ms. Noble also lent her voice to the "Dennis the
Menace" series that featured Brennan Thicke as Dennis.
Isreal-born BRIAN GEORGE was the voice of Ali Bombay. His voice
could also be heard on "Batman Beyond" and the "Superman"
animated series. Mr. George also has spent a lot of time in
front of the camera as well. He was the Indian bartender in
"Keeping the Faith" and the UN Secretary in "Austin
Powers: International Man of Mystery." He also appeared
as both Lois's landlord and Sam Lane's assistant Misha on two
separate episodes of "Lois & Clark."
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aired from 1985 to 1987.