Dave Pettitt

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Dave Pettitt
Born David Alan Pettitt
(1972-04-18) April 18, 1972 (age 44)
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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Nationality Canadian
Occupation Voice Actor
Years active Since 1985-present[1]
Spouse(s) Mindi[citation needed]
Website http://davepettitt.com/

Dave Pettitt (born April 18, 1972)[2] is a Canadian actor who has performed in commercials, television and voice-overs.

Early life and education[edit]

He was born in Edmonton, Alberta, the youngest of four sons.[citation needed]


Since 1985 he has voiced roles for over ten television series and at least five video games.[1] These roles include several Gundam series, mainly G Gundam and Zeta Gundam. He provided the voices for several minor characters in the Blue Water Studios dubbed versions of Dragon Ball and Dragonball GT, and has provided the voices for several characters in the Chaotic Century and Guardian Force Zoids anime dubs. He has also participated in multiple Mega Man and Gundam video games.

In 2012 Dave narrated the Discovery Canada TV series Highway Thru Hell which became the most watched TV series of Discovery Canada's history.

In 2014 Dave narrated the French game Valiant Hearts: The Great War which was set during the first world war.

He also supplied his voice in the Australian hip-hop group Hilltop Hoods song 'Art of the Handshake'.

He works from his studio in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Pettitt currently owns his own company, Onefourone Communications.


Personal life[edit]

He and his wife Mindi, along with their dogs Goliath and Lemon, enjoy the West Coast life from their home in Vancouver.


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