Tom Wayland

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Tom Wayland
Born Thomas Wayland
(1974-07-21) July 21, 1974 (age 40)
Other names Dick Tripwire, Genghis Holmes
Occupation singer, actor, voice actor, voice director, dubbing supervisor, producer, audio engineer

Tom Wayland (born July 21, 1974) is an American musician, actor, voice actor, voice director, producer and dubbing supervisor at 4Kids Entertainment, DuArt Film and Video, NYAV Post, Real Recording, Matlin Recording, Beatstreet Studios and Audioworks Producers Group. He previously worked for Central Park Media.[1] He is the founder of TripWire Productions, which has produced more than 200 different anime titles and overseen the voice direction of many animation titles. He is also a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He is best known as the ADR Director for Mew Mew Power, Magical DoReMi, Pokémon (All movies and episodes starting with Movie 10 and Season 11 onwards), ShootFighter Tekken, G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (Episodes 11 and 12 only) and The World of Narue.

Filmography[edit]

Animation[edit]

Live Action (Dubbing)[edit]

Production Credits[edit]

ADR Voice Direction[edit]

ADR Script Adaptation[edit]

  • Alien Nine
  • Animation Runner Kuromi 2
  • Arcade Gamer Fubuki
  • Gall Force 2: Destruction
  • Gall Force 3: Stardust War
  • Garaga
  • Ichi the Killer: Episode 0
  • Kakurenbo
  • Joe vs. Joe
  • Munto
  • Munto 2: Beyond the Walls of Time
  • Negadon: The Monster from Mars
  • ShootFighter Tekken
  • The Boy Who Wanted to be a Bear
  • The World of Narue

Associate Producer/Dubbing Supervisor[edit]

Recording Engineer[edit]

  • Arcade Gamer Fubuki
  • Animation Runner Kuromi 2
  • Gall Force 2: Destruction
  • Gall Force 3: Stardust War
  • Ichi the Killer: Episode 0
  • Kakurenbo
  • Joe vs. Joe
  • Munto 2: Beyond the Walls of Time
  • Negadon: The Monster from Mars
  • ShootFighter Tekken
  • The Boy Who Wanted to be a Bear

DVD Coordinator[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tom Wayland to Appear at Otakon 2011". Anime News Network. Retrieved 7 February 2014. 
  2. ^ Sevakis, Justin. "Buried Treasure - Alien Nine". Anime News Network. Retrieved 7 February 2014. 

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