Duncan Brannan

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Duncan Brannan
Born Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Residence Salado, Texas
Occupation Voice actor, writer, speaker, director, fine arts consultant
Years active 2003–present
Known for Chuck E. Cheese (1994–2012)
Notable work Chuck E. Cheese
Barney & Friends
Spouse(s) Ralana Brannan (?–present)

Duncan Brannan is an American voice actor, writer, speaker, director and fine arts consultant who has provided voices for a number of mainstream children's entertainment characters, English-language versions of Japanese anime, and other commercial properties.

Brannan was the voice for Chuck E. Cheese in chains across the U.S. and the English and Spanish voice in national commercials seen on PBS, Nickelodeon, from 1994 to 2012 and was replaced when Chuck E Cheese was revamped. He is also known for his work with Barney and Friends from 2009 to 2012, having provided Barney's character and singing voice for a handful of home video releases, his singing voice for the PBS series and other home video releases, as well as his voice for numerous public relations spots on radio and television and various forms of merchandise, such as plush toys, games, compact discs, and more. He was also his speaking voice in "My Party with Barney", the Barney video that was personalized while Bob West, Barney's original actor did the singing.

Brannan has also voiced commercials and industrials for both secular and religious markets. Some of his notable credits are: Taco Bueno, Martha Stewart, Just Brakes, The Department of Defense, Brinker’s International (for Chili's, Maggiano's, On the Border, and Romano's Macaroni Grill), Methodist Health Systems, Leslie’s Pool Supplies, Cambien Voyager, New Horizons, Stop Her Now, K Havnanian Homes, First United Bank, Campus Crusade for Christ, Chuck Swindoll, Lone Star College System, Parkland Health and Hospital Systems, JPI Realtors, Okratron 5000, and Funimation.

Brannan also works as a freelance writer, speaker, director and fine arts consultant.

Personal life[edit]

He currently resides in Watauga, Texas with his wife Ralanna and his family.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Anime[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "English cast announcement – Barakamon!". Funimation. Retrieved June 28, 2016. 
  2. ^ Lee, Michelle (2014-11-10). "English Voice Cast for Psycho-Pass 2". Funimation Blog. 

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