Peter Kelamis

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Peter Kelamis
Born Sydney, Australia
Occupation Actor, voice actor, comedian
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s) Alannah Stewartt (m. 2004)
Website www.peterkelamis.com

Peter Kelamis is an Australian-born Canadian actor, voice actor and comedian.[1] He is arguably best known for playing Dr. Adam Brody in Stargate Universe, the second voice of Goku in the Ocean Group English dub of the animated series Dragon Ball Z and Rolf from Ed, Edd n Eddy.

Career[edit]

Some of his appearances on TV were in Eureka, The Outer Limits, Corner Gas, Sliders, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Universe, The Sentinel, NCIS and The X-Files. Film appearances include; Happy Gilmore, Fear of Flying, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Best in Show, The Sport Pages: The Heidi Bowl, and Everything's Gone Green. He also had a recurring role in Beggars and Choosers.

As a voice actor, he replaced Ian James Corlett as the voice of Goku in Funimation/Saban's original dub of Dragon Ball Z, and also voiced Goku in Geneon's dub of the Dragon Ball Z movies Dead Zone, The World's Strongest, and The Tree of Might. Kelamis also dubbed early episodes of Westwood Media's international dub of the series until finally departing the role to Kirby Morrow. He has also famously voiced Rolf in Ed, Edd n Eddy as well as Whiplash in Iron Man: Armored Adventures. Kelamis originally auditioned to play The Eds in Ed, Edd n Eddy but didn't land the role. Instead he was confronted by Danny Antonucci to play the character of Rolf. He also voiced Reaper in the video game Devil Kings as well as providing the voice of Byrne in the CGI animation, Dreamkix.

Filmography[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1991–1995 The Commish Clerk, Bellman Episodes: "Behind the Storm Door", "The Golden Years"
1993 Sherlock Holmes Returns Respiratory Therapist
1993–1994 Animated Classic Showcase Various characters
1994 Sleeping with Strangers Photographer
1994 Hawkeye Yves Episode: "The Siege"
1994–1996 Hurricanes Additional Voices
1994–1998 The X-Files Assistant D.A. Daniel Costa, Additional Roles
1995 Madison Mr. Stand Up Episode: "House of Cards"
1995 Suspicious Agenda Police Photographer
1995 Sliders Glenn Episode: "The Weaker Sex"
1995 The New Adventures of Madeline Additional Voices
1995–1996 Strange Luck David Benton
1996 Key the Metal Idol Shuichi Tataki (voice) (English version)
1996 Happy Gilmore Potter's Caddy
1996 Bliss Neighbor
1996 For Hope Writer One
1997 Jitters Angelo
1997 The Right Connections Sales Guy
1997–1998 Dragon Ball Z Goku (voice) (English version - FUNimation & Saban Entertainment)
1998 Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone Goku (voice) (English version - Pioneer/Geneon & FUNimation)
1998 Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Goku (voice) (English version - Pioneer/Geneon & FUNimation)
1998 Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might Goku (voice) (English version - Pioneer/Geneon & FUNimation)
1998 The Sentinel Ed Warner Episode: "Neighborhood Watch"
1998 Voyage of Terror Purser Jennings
1998 The Net Bobby Episode: "Deleted"
1998 I'll Be Home for Christmas Conway the Bus Driver
1999 Can of Worms Intergalactic Cop (voice)
1999 Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends Simon "Fitz" Fitzpatrick
1999–2009 Ed, Edd n Eddy Rolf (voice)
2000 Lion of Oz Tog (voice)
2000 Key the Metal Idol Shuichi Tataki (voice)
2000-2001(?) Dragon Ball Z Goku (voice) (English version - AB Groupe & Westwood Media)
2000–2002 Action Man Ricky Singh-Baines (voice)
2000–2002 What About Mimi? Herbert Finkle (voice)
Lodeman (voice)
Mr. Greely (voice)
Additional Voices
2001 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys Foreman Elf (voice)
2001 Barbie in the Nutcracker Pimm the Bat (voice)
2002 Stargate SG-1 Dr. Brent Langham
2002 Barbie as Rapunzel Otto (voice)
Skinny Swordsman (voice)
2002 Super Duper Sumos Dr. Stinger (voice)
2003 Transformers: Go-Bots Mototron (voice)
2003 G.I. Joe Spy Troops Polly (voice)
2003 Stargate SG-1 Coyle Boron
2004 ToddWorld Pickle & Vark
2005 Transformers Cybertron Wing Saber (voice)
2005–2006 Krypto the Superdog Tail Terrier (voice)
2005–2008 Being Ian Mr. Greeble (voice)
2005–2009 Class of the Titans Granny Hercules (voice)
Old Timer (voice)
Orpheus (voice)
Melampus (voice)
2006 Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses Brutus (voice)
Sentry #4 (voice)
2007 George of the Jungle Narrator, Cousin Larry (voice)
2008 Bratz Baby Save Christmas Max (voice)
Dad (voice)
2008 GeoTrax Captain Jim (voice) Episode: "Flying Lesson"
2009 Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show Rolf (voice)
2009 League of Super Evil Magenta (voice)
Miss Johnson (voice)
Mysterio Villaino (voice)
Mr. Lee (voice)
2009 Iron Man: Armored Adventures Whiplash/Marc Scarlotti (voice)
2009–2011 Stargate Universe Dr. Adam Brody
2010 Dreamkix Byrne (voice)
Pierre Pierre (voice)
Gazelle Captain (voice)
2010 Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale Spencer (voice)
2010 The Twisted Whiskers Show Dine (voice)
2011 50/50 Phil
2012 Action Dad Shortcut (voice)
Prince Eyeball (voice)
H.Q. Voice (voice)
Alam Voice (voice)
Director (voice)
Computor (voice)
2012 Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar Seymour Crider (voice)
2012 The Cabin in the Woods Demo Guy #1
2012–2013 Slugterra Primo Pesto (voice)
2013 Barbie & Her Sisters in A Pony Tale Monsiur Philippe (voice)
2014 Big Eyes Real Estate Guy
2014 Barbie and the Secret Door Sniff (voice)
2015 My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Fashion Plate (voice)
Big Daddy McColt, Hooffield Pony 1
Episode: "Canterlot Boutique"
Episode: "Hooffields and McColts"
2015 Barbie in Rock 'N Royals Eddie (voice)
2015 Open Season: Scared Silly Serge (voice) Replacing Danny Mann

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 CSI: Miami Ron Preston
2005 Devil Kings Akechi Mitsuhide / Reaper Voice role
Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures Rolf
2006 Scarface: The World Is Yours N/A
2013 Grand Theft Auto V The Local Population
Disney Infinity Randall Boggs Voice role[2]
2014 Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes
2015 Disney Infinity 3.0

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2004 - Video Premiere Award for Best Animated Character Performance - Nominated
  • 2007 - Leo award for Best Screenwriting in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series - Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Willis, John (2006-04-01). Screen World: 2005 Film Annual. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 34–. ISBN 978-1-55783-668-7. Retrieved 17 August 2011. 
  2. ^ Avalanche Software. Disney Infinity 3.0. Scene: Closing credits, 5:39 in, Featuring the Voice Talents of. 

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