Jeff Nimoy

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Jeff Nimoy
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Quinton Flynn (left) and Jeff Nimoy (right)
Born Jeffrey Nimoy
(1966-06-25)June 25, 1966
Brooklyn, New York
Occupation Voice actor, director, producer, writer

Jeff Nimoy (Born June 25, 1966) is a voice actor and writer.

Career[edit]

Jeff Nimoy wrote, directed, and served as story editor for the English translation of the anime Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999–2001 and the franchise films Digimon: The Movie and Digimon 02: Revenge of Diaboromon). He also served as an Executive Producer and writer on numerous other Fox Kids shows. Prior to that he was nominated for three Emmy Awards in four years, winning once, for his comedic work as a writer and producer for NFL Films Presents on ESPN and FOX. He also co-wrote the Showtime movie Big Brother Trouble (2000), and the animated feature, Pecola, soon to be released theatrically worldwide. He is the second cousin (once removed) of Leonard Nimoy. He also co-directed the English version of Felidae.

He currently stars in the online webisode series Adventures in Anime with Quinton Flynn.

He is directing the English dub of RoboDz. He will be directing the English adaptation of the Disney anime Stitch!.

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