18 December 1942
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Actor, voice actor
Spouse(s) Celia Atkin; 2 children
Harvey Atkin (born 18 December 1942, Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian actor and voice actor who has worked in feature films and television. He has also done voice-overs, and has voiced animations.
Early life [ edit ]
Atkin was born in 1942 at Toronto. His parents were Russian immigrants. He developed his interest in acting during high school.
After school, he initially worked at his father's construction company. He then became a real estate agent eventually transitioning to acting in commercials. [1 ] [2 ]
Atkin had a role in
William Fruet's 1980 horror film , as well as the role of Sam in Funeral Home , and also played The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police Mario's and Luigi's arch enemy King Koopa on DiC Entertainment's cartoon version of (notably, he is the first English voice actor for the character). Playing Bowser in all three Mario animated series, he is the only voice actor to appear in all three series as the same character. Super Mario Bros.
He voiced Mr. Mushnik on
, loosely based on the movie Little Shop . He also played characters in other shows such as Little Shop of Horrors , Beetlejuice and Bad Dog . Atkin has appeared in more than 75 films and on many television shows. He has done voice-over work in many television and radio commercials, for which he has won three Ruby Gloom Clio awards.
He played Morty in the 1979 film
, for which performance he earned a Meatballs Genie nomination. He appeared in 95 episodes of as Sergeant Ronald Coleman. Cagney & Lacey Atkin plays a judge in a recurring role on the television drama [2 ] , a role he also played in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent , and is the voice-over in Law & Order Leon's and "Buy Israel Bonds" commercials in Canada. He also made a cameo playing a bus driver in the classic film starring Atlantic City Burt Lancaster, and is the voice for Morty in the television series . He made a guest appearance in 2010 as a rabbi on the CBC TV series Jacob Two-Two . 18 to Life
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