|Born||Jay Philip Goede
November 2, 1963
Caledonia, Minnesota, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of Minnesota (B.F.A.)
Yale School of Drama (M.F.A.)
Goede appeared on Broadway in the original productions of Angels in America (1993) Sex and Longing (opposite Sigourney Weaver) (1995) A Year with Frog and Toad (2003), and with Valerie Harper in Looped (2009). Other stage credits include the Broadway production of The Play's the Thing (1995), the off-Broadway production of Miracle Brothers (2005) and the 1999 national tour of Cabaret. In 2006, Goede played the title character in the musical How the Grinch Stole Christmas! at the Old Globe in San Diego, California.
Goede has played several minor roles on television. He is also credited (under the name Philip Bartlett) as the voice of Mewtwo in the English dub of Pokémon: The First Movie. However, his real name is given in the brochure for Pokémon Live! where he did the vocals for Mewtwo's surprise cameo.
Goede received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Minnesota. He then earned a Master in Fine Arts in 1991 from the Yale School of Drama, where he studied with acting teacher Earle Gister among others.
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