Richard Waugh (actor)

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Richard Waugh
Born (1961-02-28) February 28, 1961 (age 56)
London, Ontario, Canada Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Film actor / Television actor / Voice actor
Spouse(s) Sarah Orenstein (7 August 1989 - present; 2 children)

Richard Waugh (born February 28, 1961) is a Canadian voice actor, perhaps best known for providing the voice of Albert Wesker in the video games Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Resident Evil Zero and Resident Evil 4. He also voiced Wesker in a fictional documentary titled Wesker's Report, as well as voicing various minor characters throughout the Resident Evil franchise.[1] His distinctive approach to voicing the Wesker character has influenced the performances of subsequent actors in the role, including Jason O'Mara (in the film Resident Evil: Extinction) and D.C. Douglas.

Waugh spent six years with the Shaw Festival multiple award-winner for work in commercials. On television, he was a member of the repertory cast of the A&E TV series A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–2002) and portrayed the character Sappenstein in the 2001 film The Score. In 2010 he played Donald Banse in the pilot episode of the CBS show Blue Bloods. He also played the title role of Jimmy MacDonald in Jimmy MacDonald's Canada, a 2005 comedy mockumentary that ran on CBC. In film Richard Waugh starred alongside Timothy Dalton in the film Possessed. He also had a brief appearance in the film Ice Bound. He played an FBI agent in the 2003 remake of The In-laws.

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  1. ^ Simmons, Matt (June 11, 2008). "Fanime 2008: A Chat With the Voice of Evil". Zentendo. Retrieved 12 March 2010. 

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