Brendan O'Brien (voice actor)
May 9, 1962
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
|Known for||Crash Bandicoot|
Ingrid K. Behrens (m. 2000)
Early life and career
He is best known for providing voices for the Crash Bandicoot video games during the Naughty Dog years. O'Brien got the role of Crash Bandicoot after Joe Pearson suggested that he call Jason Rubin (who was looking for a voice artist). After going to the studio for the call (where his parents used to work), he got the role.
The recordings that O'Brien did for Crash Bandicoot were done in an intimate setting at the Alfred Hitchcock Theater.
O'Brien has been married to filmmaker Ingrid K. Behrens since September 9, 2000.
- 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain - Zed
- Candid Camera - Pincushion
- Grindhouse - Father Holloway
- Hollywood Chaos - Guido Luini
- Honor Thy Father - Child
- P.U.N.K.S. - Repo Supervisor
- The Amazing Live Sea-Monkeys - Milkman / Award Presenter
- The Legend of Galgameth - Heretic
- The Trial of Old Drum - Brendan
- Wild Grizzly - Earl
- Race to Space - Centrifuge Technician 
- Casper: A Spirited Beginning - Terrified Worker
- Spicy City - Additional voices
- Todd MacFarlane's Spawn - Additional voices
Voice roles (as Crash Bandicoot)
- Crash Bandicoot
- Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
- Crash Bandicoot: Warped
- Crash Bash
- Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex
- Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure
- Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
- Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
- Crash Bandicoot - Pinstripe Potoroo, Doctor Neo Cortex, Doctor Nitrus Brio
- Cortex Strikes Back - Doctor Nitrus Brio, Doctor N. Gin, Komodo Moe
- Warped - Tiny Tiger, Doctor N. Gin
- Team Racing - Tiny Tiger, N. Gin, Pinstripe Potoroo
- Bash - Tiny Tiger, Dr. Nitrus Brio, Papu Papu, Komodo Moe
- The Wrath of Cortex - Tiny Tiger
- CB 2: N-Tranced - Fake Crash
- "Olga San Juan dies at 81; actress sang and danced with Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire". LA Times. LA Times. Retrieved 15 August 2018.
- "Crash Bandicoot an Oral History". Polygon. Polygon. Retrieved 15 August 2018.
- Willis, John; Monush, Barry. Screen World 2003. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books. p. 447. ISBN 1557835284.
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