George Manley

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George Manley
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George Manley
Born George Edmond Manley
(1965-09-17) September 17, 1965 (age 49)
Sacramento, California
Occupation Voice Actor, Writer
Website
http://www.themanleyvoice.com

George Edmond Manley (born September 17, 1965 in Sacramento, California) is an American voice artist, novelist and screenplay writer. He attended San Jose State University, majoring in theatre arts, University of Nevada, Reno, majoring in journalism and holds his associate of science degree in Computer Information Systems and trained at San Francisco's Voice One Studio and with Braintracks Audio's Nancy Wolfson in commercial and character voiceover.

Manley has performed voice work for several ADV Films productions, including Francesco in the second volume of Noir; Impact, the giant robot in Legend of the Mystical Ninja; Hyugi Zeravire from Gravion Zwei; Barba from Hakugei: Legend of The Moby Dick; and the English-language narrator for Science Ninja Team Gatchaman.

Additionally, he has written adaptation scripts for the last six episodes of Gantz, and is the series writer for the newest adaptation of Super Dimension Fortress Macross, 009-1, Coyote Ragtime Show, Pumpkin Scissors and Kadokawa USA's Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid.

Manley was encouraged to become a voice artist after meeting and receiving encouragement at the 2002 FanimeCon from voice artist Amanda Winn-Lee; voice artist Tiffany Grant and her husband ADV Films president Matt Greenfield.

Manley is also an on-air personality for Houston's Taping For The Blind Radio (now known as Turning Sight Into Sound Radio), currently reading the Houston Chronicle and Sports Illustrated on a weekly basis.

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Video Game Roles[edit]

  • Kohan II: Kings of War - Jonas Teramun/Sijansur, Xander Kharei, King Agborus, Ord
  • Axis & Allies RTS - General George Patton, Field Marshal Konstantin Rokossovski, Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, Vice Admiral Gunichi Mikawa, American Commander, Tutorial Narrator

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