Clint Ford

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Clint Ford
Born (1976-01-27) January 27, 1976 (age 41)
Texas Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Writer, actor, voice artist
Years active 1998–present
Notable credit(s) Star Trek Online
Dragon Ball Z
Fruits Basket
Beet the Vandel Buster
B't X'
Spouse(s) Sarah L. Kirch; 4 children

Clint Ford (born January 27, 1976) is an American actor, voice-over artist, and writer. He is best known for his portrayal as the Klingon M'ven, of the Great House of Martok, in the video game, Star Trek Online. He is also known for his work in the American dubs of Japanese anime cartoon series, such as Yû yû hakusho, Blue Gender, and Dragon Ball Z.

Ford was born in Fort Worth was raised in Bedford, Texas, and Longview, Texas. He studied Theatre Arts and English at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Upon his return to Texas, he lent his writing and vocal talents to the Radio Disney Network for several years. Over the years, he has written several scripts for film and television.

In 2013, Ford published his first novel, Cope.[1]

Ford is also known as the voice of "Buck, the Animated Trophy" - a novelty item released by Gemmy Industries. He resides in North Richland Hills, Texas with his wife and four children.



Year Title Role Media Notes
1995 The Hot Plate Dennis Television Credited as "Slappy Greene"
2003 Third Coast Comedy Featured player Television Various sketches


Year Title Role
2000 Stingray Mark/Carl


Year Title Role Media Notes
2006 B't X Tepp Television Pilot only
2004-2005 Beet the Vandel Buster Zande Television
2002-2006 Yû yû hakusho Butler Television
2001 Fruits Basket Additional voices Television
1999-2000 Lupin the 3rd Soldier Television
1989-2003 Dragon Ball Z Additional voices Television

Video games[edit]

Year Title Roles
2013 Star Trek Online M'ven / Commander Maiek / Nin-Yan / Used Ship Salesman / Klingon Bar Patron 2



External links[edit]


  1. ^ Ford, Clint (2013). Cope. Amazon. ISBN 149433111X.