Simcha Barbiro

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Simcha Barbiro (Hebrew: שמחה ברבירו‎; born 27 April 1967), is an Israeli voice actor and a film and television actor.


Barbiro graduated from Beit Zvi Actors School of Performing Arts in 1991.[1]

His voice is known for his dubbing works in many animated TV shows and feature films. He is best known for dubbing Stitch and Dr. Hamsterviel in Lilo & Stitch: The Series and the anime Stitch!, Mort from the Madagascar series, Harvey Bullock from Batman: The Animated Series, Krillin and Frieza from Dragon Ball' ("Z" and "GT").

Following the death of Yoni Chen in 1995, Barbiro replaced him in Looney Tunes feature film, Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales as Elmer Fudd (until the first DVD edition dub) and Sylvester (until The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries). Both roles were passed on to Ami Mendleman.

Following Giora Kenneth's retirement from voice work in 2007, due to health problems in his throat, Barbiro replaced him as Mr. Herriman in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and Minimus P.U. in Atomic Betty.

He is a close friend of Yoram Yosefsberg who co-played Allot in dubbing works.

As an cctor, Barbiro has participated in TV shows, radio commercials and plays.



Animation and live action TV[edit]

Animated and live action films/direct-to-video films[edit]



TV shows[edit]


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