February 16, 1957 |
San Mateo, California, United States
|Other names||R.D. Chamberlain|
Ardwight Chamberlain (sometimes credited as R.D. Chamberlain or R. Dwight) (born February 16, 1957) is a voice actor and screen writer currently living in Los Angeles, California. He is best known as the voice of Vorlon Ambassador Kosh on the science-fiction television series Babylon 5. He has also written a number of episodes for the animated TV show Digimon: Digital Monsters, has appeared on the game show Jeopardy!, and has written and provided voices for the English dubbed versions of several Japanese anime works.
Chamberlain did the voice for both Kosh (a main cast member of the series) and Ulkesh in the Babylon 5 series starting in 1994 until 1997, totaling 20 episodes. Although he has been "the voice" of Kosh, the man underneath the encounter suit was Jeffrey Willerth.
Chamberlain has also re-written a script for Ninja Scroll: The Series.
Chamberlain both wrote and directed the animation television series Tekkaman Blade.
TV episode/Movie filmography
- Babylon 5, (voice) 20 episodes
- 26 January 1994 until 3 February 1997
- Digimon:Digital Monsters, (writer) 14 episodes
- 14 August 1999 until 13 May 2000
- Samurai Pizza Cats (1991), writer
- Robotech: The Movie (1986) (screenplay)
- 8 Man After (1993) English version: Additional Voices
- Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis (1988) English version voice of: Young Priest
- Swiss Family Robinson (1981; English version 1989) English version voice of: Fritz Robinson (Franz in Japanese)
- Barefoot Gen (1983) English version voice of: Additional Voices
- Unico In The Island Of Magic (1983) Director & English version voices
- Unico (1981) Director & English version voices
- Ardwight Chamberlain at the Internet Movie Database
- Ardwight Chamberlain at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Exploring the Works of Ardwight Chamberlain at: Amazon.com
- The Great Machine: Babylon 5 Encyclopedia
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