Gary Dubin

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Gary Dubin
Born Gary Michael Dubin
(1959-05-05)May 5, 1959
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Died October 8, 2016(2016-10-08) (aged 57)
Burbank, California, U.S.
Cause of death Bone cancer
Other names Gary Michaels
Garry Michaels
Gary Dubois
Occupation Actor, voice actor
Years active 1966–2013

Gary Michael Dubin (May 5, 1959 – October 8, 2016[1][2]) was an American actor and voice actor best known for his portrayal of Punky Lazaar, a friend of Danny's on The Partridge Family.[3] He also voiced Toulouse in The Aristocats in 1970 and played the part of ill-fated teenager Eddie Marchand, who was eaten by the shark in Jaws 2.

Dubin played a runaway boy on Green Acres in 1968. He appeared in the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever in the carnival scene, where he lost to Jill St. John at the water balloons, complained that he had been cheated and that she needed more wins to get the stuffed animal that, unknowing, contained the diamonds. Dubin was also a prominent voice actor in dubbing for Japanese animation throughout the 1990s to the early 2000s.[2]

He has also acted in many other projects, his most recent being RockBarnes: The Emperor in You. He died on October 8, 2016 from bone cancer, a sibling of his revealed.[4][2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Note(s)
1966 Jericho Younger Ferretti Boy Episode: "Two for the Road: Part 2"
1967 Family Affair Eddie Episode: "Our Friend Stanley"
1967 Accidental Family George Episode: "Sandy Gets Tough"
1968 Green Acres Gilbert Henshaw
Kenny
Two episodes
1968 Here Come the Brides Charlie Episode: "The Stand Off"
1969 Family Affair Eddie Episode: "A Diller, a Dollar"
1969 The Doris Day Show Freddie Episode: "The Musical"
1969 Land of the Giants Dal Ekorb Episode: "Shell Game"
1969 The April Fools Stanley Brubaker
1969 Marcus Welby, M.D. Peter Episode: "Hello, Goodbye, Hello"
1969 Franchette: Les Intrigues Himself as Gary Michaels
1969–70 Bracken's World Mark Grant
1970 Adam-12 Boy Episode "Log 14: SWAT"
1970 The Aristocats Toulouse Voice
1971 Marcus Welby, M.D. Gary Ledesma Episode: "Elegy for a Mad Dog"
1971 Getting Together Milton Episode: "All Shook Up"
1971 Mannix Mark Episode: "Run Till Dark"
1971 Mod Squad Scooter Emory Episode: "Feet of Clay"
1971 Diamonds Are Forever Boy Uncredited
1971–74 The Partridge Family Punky Lazaar
1972 The Good Life Lamar Episode: "Dial 'M' for Merger"
1973 The FBI Episode: "The Disinherited"
1973 Marcus Welby, M.D. Chris Bailey Episode: "Gemini Descending"
1973 The Letters Paul Anderson Jr. The Andersons segment
1974 Shazam! Mitch Episode: "The Braggart"
1978 Jaws 2 Eddie Marchand
1978 CHiPs Teenager Episode: "Trick or Trick"
1980 Eight Is Enough Jeff Episode: "Finally Grad Night"
1980 The Facts of Life Boy #2 Episode: "Who Am I?"
1981 Midnight Offerings
1981 Vega$ Cab Driver Episode: "French Twist"
1981 Splendor in the Grass Rusty
1981 Jessica Novak Jeff Baker Episode: "The Boy Most Likely"
1982 Time Walker Michael Goldstein
1983 Super Dimension Century Orguss Robert Voice, English version
1983 The Paper Chase Two episodes
1984–85 Fist of the North Star Bart Voice, English version
1985 V Visitor Messenger Episode: "The Betrayal"
1986 Outlanders Nao Voice, Animaze English version
1987 Black Magic M-66 Leakey Voice, English version
1989–90 The Guyver: Bio-Booster Armor Oswald A. Lisker/Guyver II
Zector
Aptom
Voice, English version
1992 Bastard!! Additional Voicees Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1992 Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again Matsui Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1993 Ambassador Magma Sakita Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1995 Rakusho! Hyper Doll Matsushita Voice, English version
as Gary Dubois
1995 Super Dimension Century Orguss 02 Thug
Council
Gunner
Voice, English version
1996 Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team Arth Voice, English version
1997 Battle Athletes Victory Additional Voices Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1998 USA High Customer #2 Episode: "Lottery Fever"
1998 Brave Fencer Musashi Rootrick Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1998 Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team Miller's Report Arth Voice, English version
1998 Martial Law Morgan Episode: "Shanghai Express"
1998 Mom's Outta Sight Officer #1
1992–98 Giant Robo: The Animation - The Day the Earth Stood Still Ivan the Terrible Voice, USR/Manga Ent. English version
1998 God, Sex & Apple Pie N/A Casting associate
1999 Cowboy Bebop George Episode: "Wild Horses"
Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1999 Fallout Worker
1999 Black Heaven Additional Voices Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
1999 Bohemian Moon Grandfather as Gary Michaels
2000 Getting Away with Murder: The JonBenet Ramsey Mystery
2000 The Big O Additional Voices
Cop #1
Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
2000 Beverly Hills, 90210 Customer Service Agent Episode: "Eddie Waitkus"
2001 Power Rangers Time Force Reporter #1 A Parting of Ways
2002 The Division Bartender Episode: "Beyond the Grave"
2002 Galerians: Ash Parano Voice, English version
as Gary Michaels
2002 The District Dr. Fred Episode: "Payback"
2002 Under the Gun Larry
2002 King's Highway Mr. Kemer
2003 Star Ocean: Till the End of Time Inquisitor Voice, English version
uncredited
2003 Fake Stacy Wex Waterhouse Short
2004 Little Black Book Father
2005 Radiata Stories Reynos Voice, English version
uncredited
2005 Cursed Police Officer #1
2006 The Nine FBI #1 Episode: "Pilot"
2008 Speedie Date Giovanni
2009 The Lodger Male TV Reporter
2010 Sonny with a Chance Pilot Episode: "Sonny with a Secret"
2011 Snatch Adams Dean Spermin Short
2011 No Guts No Glory Fighter #2 Short
as Gary Michaels
2012 Up All Night Passenger Episode: "Travel Day"
2012 The Jizzmaster The JizzMaster Short
Also co-producer
2012 The Jizzmaster Part 2 The Jizzmaster Short
Also producer and director
2013 RockBarnes: The Emperor in You Tim

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/gary-dubin-dead-partridge-family-938179
  2. ^ a b c "Actor, Voice Actor Gary Dubin Passes Away". animenewsnetwork.com. Anime News Network. 16 October 2016. Retrieved 17 October 2016. 
  3. ^ Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010. McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7. P. 814.
  4. ^ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1273271019370440

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