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|Born||1967 (age 45-46)
|Spouse(s)||Alannah Stewartt (m. 2004)|
Peter Kelamis (born 1967) is an Australian-born Canadian actor. He is arguably best known for playing Dr. Adam Brody in Stargate Universe and Goku in the original English dub of the animated television series Dragon Ball Z.
Kelamis was born in Sydney, Australia, of Greek origin. In 1985, Kelamis enrolled in the University of British Columbia. As of July 3, 2004, Kelamis is married to his 2nd wife, Vancouver-born Canadian actress Alannah Stewartt.
Some of his appearances on TV were in Eureka, The Outer Limits, Corner Gas, Sliders, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Universe, The Sentinel, NCIS and The X-Files. Some film appearances were in Happy Gilmore, Castle Ghosts of the British Isles (the first documentary he appeared in), Fear of Flying, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Best in Show, The Sport Pages: The Heidi Bowl, and Everything's Gone Green. He also had a recurring role in Beggars and Choosers.
As a voice actor, he replaced Ian James Corlett as the voice of Goku in Funimation/Saban's original dub of Dragon Ball Z, and also voiced Goku in Geneon's dub of the Dragon Ball Z movies Dead Zone, The World's Strongest, and The Tree of Might, as well as early episodes of Westwood Media's international dub of the series. He also voiced Rolf in Ed, Edd n Eddy and has voiced Whiplash in Iron Man: Armored Adventures. He originally wanted to play The Eds but didn't land the role but was confronted with Danny Antonucci himself to play Rolf. He also voiced Reaper in the video game Devil Kings. He also voiced Byrne in the CGI animation, Dreamkix.
|1989||Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone||Goku||(English version)|
|1990||Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest||Goku||(English version)|
|1990||Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might||Goku||(English version)|
|1994||Sleeping with Strangers||Photographer|
|1995||Suspicious Agenda||Police Photographer|
|1996||Key: The Metal Idol||Shuichi Tataki (voice)||(English version)|
|1996||Happy Gilmore||Potter's Caddy|
|1999-2009||Ed, Edd n Eddy||Rolf (voice)|
|2002||Stargate SG-1||Dr. Brent Langham|
|2003||Stargate SG-1||Coyle Boron|
|2009||Ed Edd n Eddy Big Picture Show||Rolf (voice)|
|2009-2011||Stargate Universe||Dr. Adam Brody|
Awards and Nominations
- 2004 - Video Premiere Award for Best Animated Character Performance - Nominated
- 2007 - Leo award for Best Screenwriting in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series - Won