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15 September 1961 |
London, England, UK
|Years active||1984 – present|
Colin McFarlane (born 15 September 1961) is an English actor and voice artist.
He has appeared in several TV series, including The Fast Show, Judge John Deed, Jonathan Creek, Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), Jeeves and Wooster, Black Books and The Thin Blue Line. He is also known for portraying Police Commissioner Gillian B. Loeb in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Recently[when?] he appeared in episodes of the BBC Three comedy series Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps. He voiced God and Goliath on Testament: The Bible in Animation. He was also the voice of JJ in Bob the Builder.
Most recently,[when?] McFarlane appeared in the third series of Torchwood, Children of Earth as the American military representative and as the narrator on the ITV gameshow The Cube. He is also the voice of Greg in the Buzz! series of videogames. In 2008, he appeared in M.I. High (Series 2, episode 4) as Maximus Fiticus.
On 6 September 2010 McFarlane appeared in an episode of Coronation Street as a consultant neurosurgeon, Mr Jordan.
His voice acting résumé was expanded with the release of the second Castlevania: Lords of Shadow downloadable content, Resurrection. He voices the "Forgotten One", central enemy of the two DLCs (needs citation).
McFarlane starred in children's animation Oscar's Orchestra, a cartoon about a brave piano's fight against an evil dictator's war against music. He played the part of Thadius Vent, the dictator.
He appeared in the first episode of Dirk Gently playing the character Terence Brown.
Children and parents may recognize him as the voice of Elvis the horse in "Iconicles, and of Sparky the dragon in "Mike the Knight".
In July 2014 McFarlane lent his vocal talents to the original audio drama 'Osiris' by Everybodyelse Productions. He plays US General Trent Stone.
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