Charlie Adler

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Charlie Adler
Born Charles Michael Adler
(1956-10-02) October 2, 1956 (age 57)
Paterson, New Jersey, U.S.
Occupation Voice actor and voice director
Years active 1984–present
Agent Innovative Artists

Charles Michael "Charlie" Adler (born October 2, 1956) is an American voice actor and voice director who has voiced many well-known characters. He was a dialogue director on Oscar-nominated movies Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and The Wild Thornberrys Movie.

Early life[edit]

Adler was born Charles Michael Adler on October 2, 1956 in Paterson, New Jersey.[1] His family moved to Massachusetts in the mid-1960s. His sister Cheryl Adler is a psychotherapist who wrote the book "Sober University". Growing up Charlie Adler was a "TV junkie",[2] a fan of The Three Stooges, Rocky and Bullwinkle and Irene Ryan's Granny Moses from The Beverly Hillbillies.

Early career[edit]

His first professional acting job was in a commercial in 1971.[1] After that, he took a break from acting. During this time, Adler worked a variety of jobs, including waiter, janitor, paper delivery man, floor stripper, house painter, remedial reading teacher and caretaker for an Episcopal church.

Acting career[edit]

In 1984 and 1985, he starred as Arnold Beckoff in Torch Song Trilogy, for which he was nominated for the 1985 Helen Hayes Best Actor Award, in New York, before moving to California in 1986.[2][3]

His first animation role was recorded in New York, voicing Spike the Dragon in the My Little Pony television movie Rescue at Midnight Castle.[4]

In 1985, after convincing the head of the Abrams, Rubiloff and Lawrence agency to allow him to audition for their voice over department,[4] he went to a private audition for Ginny McSwain and Arlene Thornton. An agent had praised him in front of them as "the next Frank Welker."[5] Despite the fact that McSwain recalls that he blew their minds, Adler recalls them having "no interest in him". Having no demo, they arranged for him to record an audition. Charlie Adler improvised characters on the spot during the tape, which impressed both McSwain and Thornton, however left him so embarrassed with his behavior that he performed with his back to them and his face hidden with a hat and sunglasses.[2]

His voice acting career had taken off with a bang, Adler landed the roles of Nat Smurfling on the fourth season of Hanna-Barbera's Smurfs, Rowdy Roddy Pipper on Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling, Silverbolt on The Transformers and the unsympathetic role of Eric Raymond, the main villain on Jem.

After playing the transvestite Ralph/Rita in the short-lived sitcom The Redd Foxx Show, he was completely dissatissfied with working on a TV series and how "you spend your whole life going, 'God, I just want to be in a TV show and have a parking space'. Then I got it and it was just so not what I wanted to do." That is when animation "grabbed him".[2][4]

He became active chiefly in animation, his roles include reprising Spike in the My Little Pony television series, Low-Light in G.I. Joe, the semi-regular role of Mr. O'Greasy in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, Deputy Fuzz and Ted Hex in Bravestarr, Captain Caveman's son Cavey Jr. in The Flintstone Kids, Pinky Dalton in The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound, Quark and Zappy in Rockin' with Judy Jetson, The Hamburglar in a few McDonald's commercials, Mad Dog, Hacksaw and Howard Huge in TaleSpin, Dripple in Tom and Jerry Kids, and the sympathetic title character, The bear from darkest Peru in Hanna-Barbera's version of Paddington Bear.

In 1990, he lent his voice to Buster Bunny on Tiny Toon Adventures,[3] however during season 3 in 1992, he walked off the series for unknown reasons. The show's producer Tom Ruegger recalled he and voice director Andrea Romano really insisted Steven Spielberg cast Adler, due to him bringing "a great deal of energy" to Buster. Charlie Adler has never discussed the circumstances, which led to his leaving Tiny Toons. Theories suggest he left due to financial disagreements. Charlie Adler has denied these, commenting "It's astonishing and people who say things with great authority. I mean, I hear things about Tiny Toons that I just [...] I just have to laugh. I go 'really?!' [...] so, so then when people say that it was...there were things about money, do they not know what our favorite nations clause is? That Tress and I couldn't make a dollar more than each other?"[1]

In 1993, he went on to portray Chance 'T-Bone' Furlong in Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron, which went on to be the number one syndicated show of 1994, Bill in The Terrible Thunderlizards, Ickis on Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, Ed Bighead, Bev Bighead and others on Rocko's Modern Life, Stalker Slaughter on Captain Planet and the Planeteers and Screwball Squirrel and reprising his role of Dripple on Droopy, Master Detective.[2]

In 1995, he voiced several characters on multiple What a Cartoon! episodes, such as Gramps, Awfully Lucky, Yoink! of the Yukon and No Smoking. In the last one, he played Cow, Chicken and The Red Guy. No Smoking was a pilot created by David Feiss, which was greenlit to be a series in 1997 with Adler on board to reprise his characters, which now included a new character I.R. Baboon for a new segment within the show. The hit program Cow and Chicken ran from 1997-1999, receiving multiple awards and nominations, including an Annie Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production for Adler as Cow.

His voice directing career began in the late 1990s with Rugrats and continued with other Klasky Csupo franchises. Adler has since directed The Wild Thornberrys, All Grown Up, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, The Replacements and many more.[6]

He also voiced Dr. Peacock in the Froot Loops commercials, Patrick Winks and Mr. Hornsby on Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, and SAVO on Danger Rangers and Mr. Whiskers in Brandy & Mr. Whiskers

In 2002, he directed his own short movie No Prom for Cindy in which he also played the title character. He was awarded the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films Jury Award of Merit.

In 2007, he voiced in Michael Bay's live-action Transformers film series, providing the voice of Starscream after having voiced the characters of Silverbolt and Triggerhappy in The Transformers.

Just as Chris Latta voiced both Starscream and Cobra Commander in the Sunbow cartoons, Adler voiced Cobra Commander in G.I. Joe: Resolute and G.I. Joe: Renegades.

As of 2013, Adler is currently playing Professor Barney T. Hokestar in Ben 10 Omniverse and MODOK in Avengers Assemble and is also directing Bubble Guppies.

On the site Behind The Voice Actors he is chosen as the best voice for Buster Bunny, Super-Skrull, MODOK, Mojo, Cobra Commander, Low-Light, Stalker and Sunstorm.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction Strafe
2013 Khumba Wild Dog #1
2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Starscream
2009 The Haunted World of El Superbeasto Krongarr/Mooney McMoon/Albino Singer
2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Starscream
2007 Transformers Starscream
2006 Bratz: Passion 4 Fashion - Diamondz Big Daddy direct to video
2005 The Happy Elf Proctor/Man #1 direct to video
2005 Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild Beaver direct to video
2005 Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry Grammy direct to video
2003 Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure Templeton/Lurvy direct to video
2003 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of McDonald-Land Loch Hamburglar short movie
2002 No Prom for Cindy Cindy short movie
2002 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Have Time, Will Travel Hamburglar short movie
2002 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Birthday World Hamburglar/McNugget #3 short movie
2000 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Inspector
1999 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Visitors from Outer Space Hamburglar/McNugget #3 short movie
1999 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island Hamburglar/McNugget #3 short movie
1998 Aladdin's Arabian Adventures: Creatures of Invention Mechanicles direct to video
1998 The Rugrats Movie United Express Driver
1998 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Scared Silly Hamburglar/McNugget #3/McSplorer short movie
1998 Rusty: A Dog's Tale Agent the Snake
1996 Siegfried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible Loki direct to video
1996 The Flintstones Christmas in Bedrock Additional Voices short movie
1995 Hillbilly Blue Man #2/Mortiche/Waiter short movie
1995 No Smoking! Cow/Chicken/Red Guy short movie
1994 The Bears Who Saved Christmas Christopher short movie
1993 Once Upon a Forest Waggs
1992 Aladdin Gazeem
1992 Cool World Nails
1992 Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation Buster Bunny direct to video
1990 The Prince & the Pauper Weasel #2/Weasel #3/Pig Driver short movie
1990 DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp Additional Voices
1990 Roller Coaster Rabbit Carnival Barker short movie; uncredited role
1989 The Little Mermaid Additional Voices
1989 Police Academy 6: City Under Siege The Mastermind uncredited role
1987 The Chipmunk Adventure
1987 G.I. Joe: The Movie Low Light direct to video
1986 My Little Pony: The End of Flutter Valley Spike direct to video
1986 My Little Pony: The Movie Spike/Woodland Creature
1985 Rainbow Brite & the Star Stealer Popo
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Wander Over Yonder unknown role (1 episode) "The Timebomb"
2013-2014 Marvel's Avengers Assemble M.O.D.O.K. recurring role; 11 episodes
2014 The Tom & Jerry Show Polly's Mother (1 episode) "Holed Up/One of a Kind"
2012-2014 Ben 10: Omniverse Hokestar/Collectimus (3 episodes) "Collect This", "Store 23", "Have I Got a Deal for You"
2014 Shelf Life Butch Soldier (1 episode) "Big Fat Gay Wedding"
2013 Phineas & Ferb M.O.D.O.K. (1 episode) "Mission Marvel"
2013 Bubble Guppies Sir Nonny the Nice!
2010-2012 Hero Factory Corroder/Toxic Reapa/Chief Drax (5 episodes)
2009-2011 The Super Hero Squad Show Dr. Doom/Sabretooth/Melter Main; 36 episodes
2010-2011 G.I. Joe: Renegades Cobra Commander/Adam DeCobray/Buzzer Recurring; 14 episodes
2010 LEGO Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies Corroder/Chief Drax
2009 G.I. Joe: Resolute Gung-Ho/Cobra Commander/Flint Main role; 9 episodes
2006-2009 The Replacements Prime Minister Ricobo (2 episodes) "Irreplaceable", "Running from Office"
2008-2009 Wolverine & the X-Men Mojo/Captain Gruber/The Reavers (2 episodes) "Hunting Grounds", "X-Calibre"
2007-2008 Random! Cartoons Finster #2/Evil Leader/Bossy LeCow/Raging Bullfrog (2 episodes) "The Finster Finster Show!", "Dr. Froyd's Funny Farm"
2008 Wizards of Waverly Place Report Card (1 episode) "Report Card"
2008 The Emperor's New School unknown role (1 episode) "Guaka Rules"
2005-2007 Loonatics Unleashed Optimatus (5 episodes) "In Search of Tweetums", "The Fall of Blanc", "Acmegeddon: Part 1" "Acmegeddon: Part 2", "The Comet Cometh"
2007 El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera Mano Negra (1 episode) "Clash of the Titan/Eye Caramba"
2004-2006 Brandy & Mr. Whiskers Mr. Whiskers Main role; 77 episodes
2005-2006 Danger Rangers S.A.V.O. Recurring role; 8 episodes
2006 Shuriken School unknown role
1997-2006 Space Goofs Candy Caramella Main role; 111 episodes
2003-2006 Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks Patrick Winks/Mr. Hornsby Main roles; 39 episodes
2004-2005 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Junkman (2 episodes) "The League of Villains", "The Junkman Cometh"
2002-2005 The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Lubbermouth/Snowman (2 episodes) "Happy Huggy Stuffy Bears/Secret Decoder Ring", "Big Trouble in Billy's Basement/Christmas Con Carne/Tickle Me Mandy"
2005 Pet Alien Dinko/Flip Main role
2003-2004 Ozzy & Drix General Malaise/Dr. Hammertoe/Abglobtus Goop (3 episodes) "Cavities", "A Growing Cell", "Sugar Shock"
2001 The Oblongs Executive #1 (1 episode); "My Name is Robbie"
1999-2001 Rugrats Dr. Spooky/Ickis (2 episodes); "All Growed Up", "Ghost Story/Chuckie's Complaint"
2001 The Rugrats: All Growed Up B-Movie Mad Scientist TV movie
2000 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd The Dogfather (1 episode) "Big Dog"
2000 The Wild Thornberrys Wrestles (1 episode); "Horse Sense"
2000 Cartoon Cartoon Fridays Chicken/Cow/Red Guy/I.R. Baboon
2000 Rocket Power Blimp Announcer
1997-1999 I Am Weasel I.R. Baboon/Red Guy Main role
1999 Johnny Bravo Director/Fan #1 (1 episode); "Karma Krisis/A Star Is Bruised/The Prince & the Pinhead"
1997-1998 Spawn Additional Voices (6 episodes)
1995-1999 Cow & Chicken Cow/Chicken/Red Guy Main role
1999 Hey Arnold! TV Announcer (1 episode); "Love & Cheese/Weighing Harold"
1999 King Crab: Space Crustacean Ward Zesty Relish/Alien TV short
1998-1999 Mad Jack the Pirate Various characters (13 episodes)
1995-1999 Timon & Pumbaa Various characters (9 episodes)
1998 Toonsylvania Various characters (14 episodes)
1998 The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs additional voices
1997 Channel Umptee-3
1994-1997 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Ickis main role; (52 episodes)
1997 Men in Black: The Series (1 episode); "The Buzzard Syndrome"
1997 Extreme Ghostbusters (1 episode); "The Unseen"
1997 Spicy City Additional Voices/ZBig/Rocco (3 episodes); "Raven's Revenge", "Tears of a Clone", "Mano's Hands"
1995-1997 The Cartoon Cartoon Show Various characters (6 episodes)
1997 Adventures from the Book of Virtues Swindler/Child (1 episode); "Humility"
1992-1997 Eek! the Cat Spat/Bill/Biff recurring role; 31 episodes
1996 Jungle Cubs Ned recurring role; 13 episodes
1995-1996 Earthworm Jim Professor Monkey-For-A-Head Recurring role; 17 episodes
1996 The Tick Sarcastro
1993-1996 Rocko's Modern Life Ed Bighead/Bev Bighead Main role
1996 Project G.e.e.K.e.R. Mr. Maston/Jake Dragonn/Gene Damage (4 episodes) "Noble Savage", "Smell of the Wild", "Nightmare Park", "Destruct Sequence"
1996 Quack Pack (2 episodes); "Leader of the Quack", "Duckleration of Independence"
1996 Cave Kids Bug (1 episode); "Beanstalk Blues"
1996 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Rawlings/Robber #2 (1 episode) "The Ballad of Belle Bonnet"
1996 Mighty Ducks Dr. Droid/Otto Maton (3 episodes) "A Traitor Among Us", "The First Face-Off Part 1", "The First Face-Off Part 2"
1996 Tales from the Crypt Smokey (1 episode) "The Third Pig"
1994-1996 Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man Sgt. Red Herring/Juan Jesus Maria Alsalas/Doctor (3 episodes) "The Once & Future Duck", "Days of Whining & Neurosis", "Gland of Opportunity"
1996 The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper (1 episode); "Three Boos & a Babe/The Whipstaff Inmates/Elusive Exclusive"
1991-1996 Captain Planet & the Planeteers Stalker Slaughter/Thylacine/Newt/Clawed Stalker/Piebald (5 episodes); "Twelve Angry Animals", "Five Ring Panda-Monium", "Horns a'Plenty", "Orangu-Tangle", "Population Bomb"
1995-1996 The Mask Pete Recurring role
1995 The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat Felix the Cat Main role
1995 Beavis & Butt-Head Mr. Adler "Sexual Harrassment", "Whiplash"
1995 The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show Chafe Main role
1992-1995 Capitol Critters Jammet Main role
1995 Santo Bugito Eaton Woode/Miguel (2 episodes); "My Name is Revenge", "Load 'O Bees"
1993-1994 Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron T-Bone/Chance Furlong/Murray main role; 23 episodes
1993-1994 Sonic the Hedgehog Snively main role; 26 episodes
1994 Scooby-Doo in Arabian Nights Captain/Royal Guard #1 TV movie
1994 Aladdin Mechanikles recurring role; 7 episodes
1994 Yogi the Easter Bear Paulie TV movie
1994 Cro Steamer/Mojo/Big Red recurring role; 20 episodes
1993-1994 Bonkers Charles Quibble/Maggot/Additional Voices recurring role; 14 episodes
1989-1993 ABC Weekend Specials Street Pig/Mr. Funnybunny (3 episodes) "P.J.'s Unfunnybunny Christmas", "The Monster Bed", "P.J. Funnybunny"
1992-1993 The Little Mermaid Additional Voices (2 episodes) "Tail of Two Crabs", "The Great Sebastian"
1993 Biker Mice from Mars Corroder Cody (1 episode) "A Mouse & His Motorcycle"
1993 A Flintstone Family Christmas TV movie
1993 Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa (1 episode) "Circus Daze"
1993 Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby Rocky TV movie
1993 Marsupilami
1993 2 Stupid Dogs Greg (1 episode) "Cornflakes/Greg/Home Is Where Your Head Is"
1993 Droopy: Master Detective Dripple/Screwball Squirrel Main role
1993 Mighty Max Ernie (1 episode); "The Brain Suckers Cometh!
1993 Family Dog (2 episodes); "Enemy Dog", "Show Dog"
1990-1994 Tom & Jerry Kids Show Dripple Main role
1991-1992 Darkwing Duck Mr. Mikey/Newscaster/Andy Ape/Major Trenchrot "Malice's Restaurant", "Fraudcast News", "Film Flam", "Apes of Wrath"
1990-1992 Tiny Toon Adventures Buster Bunny Main role
1992 Gramps Alien Dad/Alien Grandpa/Terrified Man TV short
1992 Goof Troop Igor/Magician's Hat/Ghost/Street Theater Teacher "Frankengoof", "Talent to the Max", "Hallow-Weenies", "Close Encounters of the Weird Mime"
1992 Defenders of Dynatron City Dr. Mayhem TV short
1992 Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire Additional Voices
1991 Yo Yogi! Additional Voices recurring role; 9 episodes
1991 Star Street: The Adventures of the Star Kids
1991 ProStars Additional Voices
1990-1991 TaleSpin Mad Dog Recurring Role
1990 Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone Unknown Character/s Recurring Role; 13 episodes
1988-1990 A Pup Named Scooby Doo Mr. O'Greazy/Gus Recurring Role
1990 Gravedale High
1990 The Wizard of Oz Cowardly Lion Main role
1990 The Yum Yums: The Day Things Went Sour TV movie
1990 Timeless Tales from Hallmark Ugly Duckling "The Ugly Duckling"
1989 The Further Adventures of SuperTed Additional Voices
1989 Camp Candy Recurring role; 10 episodes
1989 Blondie & Dagwood: Second Wedding Workout Willard TV movie
1986-1989 The Real Ghost Busters Sandy Van Sanders/Genie/Newspaper Boy (1 credited episode); "Partners in Slime"; (2 uncredited episodes) "Egon on the Rampage", "Janine's Genie"
1989 The Karate Kid Additional Characters (1 episode); "My Brother's Keeper"
1989 Hound Town Patton TV movie
1989 Paddington Bear Paddington Bear Main role
1988-1989 Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters Rafael Recurring role; 6 episodes
1989 Star Street: The Happy Birthday Movie TV movie
1988 Christmas in Tattertown Sidney the Spider TV movie
1988 Dino-Riders Hammerhead Main role
1987-1988 Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures Bat-Bat/Moe/Witch Recurring roles (8 episodes)
1988 The Adventures of Raggedy Ann & Andy Grouchy Bear
1986-1988 The Flinstone Kids Captain Caveman Jr. Main role
1988 The Good, the Bad & Huckleberry Hound Pinky Dalton/Pig/TV Announcer for Bit-2 News TV movie
1988 BraveStarr: the Legend Deputy Fuzz/Tex Hex
1987-1988 BraveStarr Deputy Fuzz/Tex Hex/Museum Curator Recurring Role (as Deputy Fuzz & Tex Hex); 42 episodes
1988 Yogi's Treasure Hunt Greed Monster "The Greed Monster"
1985-1988 Jem Eric Raymond/Tech Rat/Additional Characters Recurring role (as Eric Raymond & Tech Rat); 29 episodes
1988 Rockin' with Judy Jetson Quark/Zappy TV movie
1987 Little Clowns of Happytown
1987 'Tis the Season to Be Smurfy Natural 'Nat' Smurfling/Thief TV movie
1987 The Little Troll Prince Stav TV movie
1985-1987 The Transformers Silverbolt/Triggerhappy/Duros/Vorath recurring role; 22 episodes
1987 Pound Puppies Shadow Master uncredited role; (1 episode); "The Rescue Pups/Good Night, Sweet Pups"
1987 DuckTales Filler Brushbill/Pluck (1 episode); "Much Ado About Scrooge"
1987 Ultraman: The Adventure Begins TV movie; credited as Charley Adler
1987 The Little Wizards Various Characters
1986-1987 My Little Pony 'n Friends Spike/Woebegone (5 episodes); "Spike's Search", "The Ghost of Paradise Estate: Part 1", "The End of Flutter Valley: Part 1", "The End of Flutter Valley: Part 6", "The End of Flutter Valley: Part 7"
1987 Sky Commanders Kreeg
1986 Inhumanoids George Landisburg/Man Dumping Toxic Waste (2 uncredited episodes); "Primal Passions", "Cypheroid"
1986 G.I. Joe: Arise, Serpentor, Arise! Low Light TV movie
1986 G.I. Joe Low-Light/André Vélocité Recurring role; 15 episodes
1983-1986 Smurfs Natural 'Nat' Smurfling /Crying Smurfs/Future Smurfed Recurring role (as Nat Smurfling); 6 episodes
1986 The Glo Friends Excavator/Glo Bug/Dipper Duck Recurring role
1986 Jem: Truly Outrageous Eric Raymond/Zipper TV movie
1985 The GLO Friends Save Christmas Blanche's Scarf TV movie
1985 The Pound Puppies Flack TV movie
1985 Rock 'n' Wrestling Rowdy Roddy Piper (1 episode); "Ghost Wrestlers"
1985 My Little Pony: Escape from Catrina Spike TV movie
1984 My Little Pony Spike/Woodland Creatures TV movie
1983 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends Cyberiad (1 episode); "The X-Men Adventure"
Video Game
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Additional Voices
2013 Disney Infinity M.O.D.O.K.
2011 Final Fantasy XIII-2 Additional Voices
2011 Transformers: The Ride - 3D Starscream
2011 Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat Dr. Doom/Doombot
2011 Marvel Super Hero Squad Online Dr. Doom
2011 Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Super-Skrull
2010 Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet Dr. Doom/Doombot
2009 Marvel Super Hero Squad Dr. Doom/Professor Doom/Alternative Dr. Doom
2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Starscream/Sunstorm
2009 Madworld Jude the Dude/Frank/Killseeker A
2006 Cartoon Network Racing Chicken/Cow/I.R. Baboon
2005 Ty 3: Night of the Quinkan Redback Russ
2002 Earth & Beyond Gratis August Var
2001 Nicktoons Racing Ickis
2001 Stupid Invaders Candy Caramella
2000 Forgotten Realms: Baldur's Gate II - Shadows of Amn Kalah/Teos/Rielev
2000 Sacrifice
2000 Escape from Monkey Island Jumbeaux LaFeet/Mungle the Pirate Student
1999 Planescape: Torment Ignus
1999 Earthworm Jim 3D Professor Monkey-For-a-Head
1998 Fallout 2 Harold
1997 Fallout Harold
1997 Clayfighter 63 1/3 Dr. Klin/T-Hoppy
1996 Blazing Dragons The Pied Piper/Hunter/Fisherman
1996 Nickelodeon 3D Movie Maker Ickis
1994 Aladdin Activity Center Gazeem
Non-Voice Roles
Year Title Role Notes
2013 I Know That Voice Himself
2011 Hot in Cleveland Director (2 episodes); "I Love Lucci: Part One", "I Love Lucci: Part Two"
2009 Wake Priest
1988 thirtysomething Mister Squeeze Auditioner (1 episode); "Competition"
1986 The Redd Foxx Show Rita/Ralph (2 episodes); "My Funny Valentine", "High School Blues"

Crew work[edit]

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Film/TV Show Result
1999 Annie Award Outstanding Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production Cow and Chicken Nominated
2002 Jury Award Best interpretation of a woman's experience as told by a man No Prom for Cindy Won
2003 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Children's Animated Program Rugrats Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Eximius Theme by dkszone.net (2012-09-07). "Rob Paulsen's Talkin Toons podcast". Techjives.net. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Alisa, Tim; Persons. The Magic Behind the Voices: A Who's Who of Cartoon Voice Actors. University Press of Mississippi. pp. 5–8. ISBN 978-1-57806-696-4. 
  3. ^ a b Meisler, Andy (July 8, 1990). "TELEVISION; Steven Spielberg Promises: 'Th-Th-That's Not All, Folks'". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 June 2010. 
  4. ^ a b c "I Call On Charlie Adler". Awn.com. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 
  5. ^ "Rob Paulsen's Talkin Toons with Ginny McSwain". Techjives.net. 2013-01-12. Retrieved 2013. 
  6. ^ "Nancy Cartwright Chats with Charlie Adler". AWN. 2007-12-21. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 
  7. ^ "Charlie Adler". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Michael Dobson
Voice of Starscream
2007
Succeeded by
Tom Kenny
Preceded by
Tom Kenny
Voice of Starscream
2009
Succeeded by
Sam Riegel
Preceded by
Steven Blum
Voice of Starscream
2011
Succeeded by
Steven Blum