Hadley Kay

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Hadley Kay
Born 1973
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Hadley Kay (born 1973) is a Canadian-born voice actor who appeared in the first two Care Bears movies: as the voice of magician Nicholas in The Care Bears Movie and as the villain Dark Heart in Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation. He also voiced P.C. Popple in the first season of Popples.

Kay also appeared in Superman II, the Star Wars-inspired animated series Ewoks, Inspector Gadget, and some of the earliest The Raccoons specials as the character Tommy. Then in season 3, he would play Bix Wheelie in one episode as a guest role.

He even guest-voiced Scooby-Doo for the 1997 episodes of Cartoon Network's Johnny Bravo. His other television credits include guest appearances in The Littlest Hobo (the 2-part episode, "The Five Labours of Hercules" in 1983), Bizarre (TV series), and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.

At age six, he was already a young veteran actor at the stage. A few years later, he made his film debut opposite Bill Murray in the 1979 comedy, Meatballs.

Currently, he is now the voice of Nurzak in the currently popular anime series, Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders.

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Preceded by
Don Messick
Voice of Scooby-Doo
1997
Succeeded by
Scott Innes