|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
Jeff Lumby is a Canadian actor and voice actor. He is a member of the Lumby family, who created and produced the 1980s Canadian children's television series, Size Small, where he appeared as "Tex". Lumby played "Winston Rothschild III", the septic tank and sewer technician character on The Red Green Show and Duct Tape Forever.
Lumby is involved in Skatoony on Teletoon. Skatoony which was originally developed in the UK debuted in Canada in 2010 and Jeff voices one of the new additions to the North American version, Studio Executive and Producer, Charles La Puck. Jeff has provided animated voices to many projects over the years, including the Mad scientist role of Death Busters#Professor Tomoe the English dub adaptation of the Sailor Moon (English version) anime series; his sister, Lisa Lumby-Richards (who appeared on Size Small as "Grandma Gussie"), was a screenwriter for the adaptation.
For eight years, he was a radio personality on Hamilton, Ontario station CJXY-FM, the rock station that was then Y95.3. He subsequently co-hosted the morning show on Toronto country radio station CISS-FM prior to its 1999 flip to contemporary hit radio. In January 2007, he returned to radio as lead morning host of radio station CJDV-FM, 107.5 Dave FM, a Corus Entertainment Radio Station broadcasting from the Tri-Cities of Cambridge/Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario. He has since left.
On July 5, 2010, Lumby became the interim morning show host on sports radio station The FAN 590 in Toronto after the station fired its long running morning show duo of Don Landry and former Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager Gord Stellick. He hosted on an interim basis until a permanent replacement for Landry & Stellick was found. Andrew Krystal was later named the eventual replacement as host for the FAN 590's morning show.
In April 2012, Lumby joined the "New Kool Morning Crew", heard on 105.3 Kool FM in Kitchener/Waterloo.
|1982–95||Size Small||Television Series||Tex|
|1994–2004||The Red Green Show||Television Series||Winston Rothschild III|
|2002||Duct Tape Forever||Movie||Winston Rothschild III|
|2005||The Perfect Man||Movie||Dr. Pitch|
|2006–present||Uncle Joe's Cartoon Playhouse||Television Series||Various Characters|
|1990–91||The Flying Little Bears||Television Series||Jason|
|1993||Sailor Moon||Anime Television Series||Misha|
|1994||Sailor Moon S: The Movie||Anime Movie||Kakeru Oozora|
|2000||Sailor Moon S||Anime Television Series||Professor Souichi Tomoe and Master Pharaoh 90|
|2004–present||Peep and the Big Wide World||Television Series||Raccoon|
|2004–07||Odd Job Jack||Television Series||Various Characters|
|2005||6teen||Television Series||Star Idol Judge|
|2005–06||Sons of Butcher||Television Series||Various Characters|
|2006||Time Warp Trio||Television Series||Liphdinise|
|2007–09||Ricky Sprocket: Showbiz Boy||Television Series||Leonard Sprocket|
|2010–13||Skatoony||Television Series||Charles La Puck|