Mark Oliver

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Mark Oliver
Born Mark Oliver
1966 (age 47–48)
Occupation Voice Actor/Actor
Years active 1998 – present

Mark Oliver (born 1966) is a voice actor who works at Ocean Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

He has played several roles in anime, most notably[citation needed] Rau Le Creuset in Gundam SEED. He and Toshihiko Seki both voice Garamaru in InuYasha, and Rau Le Creuset in Gundam SEED. Mark Oliver won a grammy in 2008 for his album "Recorded Recorder Recordings",[citation needed] which was featured on the 2008 soundtrack for "Recordings" by Joseph Smith. He is also known for his recorder work in "Jesus Walks" by Kanye West. His recorder work was one time described as "what made me change my opinion on God".[this quote needs a citation]


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