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|Born||20 December 1972|
|Other names||Mark Silk|
His work includes appearances in Chicken Run and as the U.S. voice of Bob in Bob the Builder, the roles of Aks Moe in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, Johnny Bravo, Scooby Doo and commissions for Disney.
- Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace - the voice of Aks Moe
Animation & Cartoons
- Bob The Builder - USA - the voice of Bob The Builder
- Johnny Bravo - voice of Johnny Bravo - Cartoon Network UK
- Sharky & George - voice of Additional Voices
- Roary the Racing Car - voice of Flash, Maxi, FB, Drifter, Hellie & Farmer Green
- Wunderkind Little Amadeus - voice of Leopold, Amadeus' father
- Fifi and the Flowertots - voice of Bumble & Slugsy
- This Way Up - Academy Award / Oscar nominated - voice of undertaker
- Chop Socky Chooks - Aardman
- The Pingu Show (narrator)
- Legend of the Dragon - voice of Xuan Chi
- Pitt & Kantrop - voice for Prosper, Mandas.
- Albie - Cosgrove Hall Films
- Olivia - voice of Julian
- Tayo the Little Bus - voice of Ratch, Rookie, Fire Ball
- The Hive - voice of Jasper the Wasp
- Boblins - voice Of Yam Yam, Bodkin, Ruddle, & Pi
- Odd Jobbers - voice of Bitz, Bob, Osimo
- Knight Rider- the animated show - voice of Michael & KITT
- Rocky and the Dodos - Cosgrove Hall Films - voice of Bill Bartender & Rocky
- The Lingo Show - voice of Lingo
TV Shows - Announcer
- The Royal Variety Show
- British Comedy Awards
- It'll Be Alright On The Night
- You've Been Framed
- A Comedy Roast
- Popstar to Operastar
- Dancing on Ice
- We Are Most Amused - Prince Charles' 60th Birthday
- Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
- An Audience With Neil Diamond
- An Audience With Barry Manilow - 2011
- Voice of The Disney Channel
- The Paul O'Grady Show (2013-)
- Buzz! Master Quiz PS3 / PSP
- TV Superstars PS3 Move
- Scene It - Doctor Who
- Overlord - voice of Gnarl & minions
- Black & White - Lionhead / EA Games - voice of Good & Evil consciences & 28 other characters
- 40 Winks - Nightcap, Threadbear, and Robot Ruff.
- Ape Escape series - Specter, Buzz, Spike, Monkey White (UK versions)
- Gex - Alfred, Gex's butler.
- Everybody's Golf PSP
- Chicken Run (video game) - voice of Rocky The Rooster
- PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale - Spike, Specter, Narrator (MediEvil), Nick
- Doctor Who various UK commercials
- Cookie Crisp Voice of Chip the Wolf, the most recent Nestle animated mascot.
- Bounce Bounce Tigger - voice of Tigger - Disney toy commercial / Ravensburger
- Orange - mobile phone national TV campaign
- Super Mario Bros Wii
- Peter Kay - The Sound Of Laughter USA Movie Trailer Voice
- Ben 10 - Ultimate Alien Cosmic Destruction Computer Game
- Scooby Doo - Mystery Mansion voice of Scooby & Shaggy
- Scooby Doo - Rumble & Roll voice of Shaggy
- Coronation Street - Cadbury sponsorship & Harveys Sponsorship
- Walt Disney World Resort - USA Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Animal Kingdom, Disney Studios
- "Marc Silk". Retrieved 7 April 2010.
- Ind, Jo (2009-08-07). "Meet Marc Silk: The voice behind a galaxy of cartoon characters". Birmingham Post. Retrieved 7 April 2010.
- "Silk TV". Retrieved 7 April 2010.
- John, Patrice (2008-12-06). "Former Bournville School pupil wins green award". Birmingham Mail. Retrieved 7 April 2010.
- Official website
- Marc Silk on Twitter
- Official YouTube Channel
- Marc Silk at the Internet Movie Database
- Words with Marc Silk: The Voice of Roller Rally
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