Lewis MacLeod (actor)
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|Born||Euan Lewis MacLeod
6 December 1970
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Euan Lewis MacLeod (born 6 December 1970) is a Scottish character actor, who can be heard as the voice of many television commercials, film trailers and cartoons in the UK.
He voices characters such as Sebulba from Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace and Postman Pat. He can also be heard as the Earl on Cartoon Network's Skatoony, as well as comedy sketches for BBC Radio, including BBC Radio Scotland's Off the Ball, Bigipedia for BBC Radio 4, Newsjack for BBC Radio 7, Mario Abdullah-Levy in the BBC Comedy Series Look Around You and Mr. Happy (singing voice) and Mr. Stubborn from The Mr. Men Show. He also provided the voices of Principal Brown, Rocky Robinson and Anton in Cartoon Network's The Amazing World of Gumball.
He is currently the voice of Postman Pat, taking over from Ken Barrie as the lead role.
He is infamous to fans of the classic video game of the '90s and 2000s "Theme Park World", voiced as the advisor; players would notoriously become frustrated and pestered by his voice constantly discrediting their actions.
MacLeod worked for a while with the Star Wars universe: He reprised his role as Sebulba in the video games: Star Wars Episode I: Racer, Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing, Star Wars Racer Revenge and Lego Star Wars: The Video Game via uncredited archived sounds and also played Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi in the video games: Star Wars: Obi-Wan,Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds and Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing, a role previously played by Alec Guinness in the Star Wars Original Trilogy and later by fellow Scottish actor Ewan McGregor in the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy and Lego Star Wars: The Video Game.
He also voiced Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (video game). He is also a mimic, with a voice range including Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Christopher Walken, Gordon Brown, Boris Johnson and George Galloway.