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No matter how much we want to forget it, his participation in Wulin Warriors, as Scar, should be noted.
I realize that generally the original air date for a production is used, but I have to bring up that it can also come off as misleading. For example, someone glancing here will think that Sean's first time playing Goku was in 1989 with Dead Zone, when in fact in 1989 it was only in Japan (as Return My Gohan), and when it was first dubbed in the US I believe Ian Corlett had the role. Sean only recently recorded for the re-dub of Dead Zone, and it's one of the latest things he's done for the role (not the first). Is there any way to reflect that without screwing up the format? Onikage725 00:33, 29 May 2006 (UTC)
I agree someone screwed up and put the wrong dates lol
(Pokémon) Will he be reprising the role of Jimmy in the Phantom Champion Z English dub?
Since Jimmy appears in the movie (which will be dubbed by TPCi,) and his only previous appearance was the 4kids dub, it's questionable as to whether Schemmel will do his voice again. Should we wait until the airdate to add info on this? Tsutarja494, the Grass Snake Editor (talk | contribs) 13:06, 3 September 2010 (UTC)
shit my dad says
Not sure if it's notable enough for inclusion, but Sean is the narrator for the audiobook version of Shit My Dad Says. Here's the listing at audible.com, although it's also available from other sources--Magus05 (talk) 08:56, 25 January 2011 (UTC)