Robert Axelrod (actor)
Robert Axelrod, September 2008
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Known for||Voice of Lord Zedd|
Robert Axelrod also credited as Axel Roberts is an American actor who has been in several movies and lent his voice to television shows including Digimon, having started vocal acting for the English-language versions of Japanese cartoons in 1980. Two of his best known roles was that of Lord Zedd, the main antagonist of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, and Finster, the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers monster maker. He also portrayed a Paul McCartney look-alike on the popular sitcom, Family Matters, and more recently has appeared in several productions by comedy duo Tim & Eric.
|1999–2000||Digimon||Armadillomon, Ankylomon, Wizardmon, others|
|Cowboy Bebop||Dr. Londez||As Axel Roberts|
|The Big O||Colonel Gaust||As Axel Roberts|
|Space Pirate Captain Harlock||Dr. Zero|
|Gaiking||Prince Darius, Additional voices|
|Journey to the Heart of the World||Scarface|
|Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie||Lord Zedd|
|2000||Digimon: The Movie||Armadillomon|||
|1993||Mighty Morphin Power Rangers||Lord Zedd, Finster, Lokar, others|||
|1996||Power Rangers: Zeo||Lord Zedd, Finster|||
|1998||Power Rangers in Space||Lord Zedd|||
|The Hallo Spencer Show||Elmer|
Live action television
|Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule||Terry Bruge-Hiplo|
|Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories||Frank|
|Star Trek: Voyager||Egrid||Ep. "Repentance", uncredited|
|Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!||Various characters||Regular utility player|||
|1995||Family Matters||Paul McCartney Look Alike||Ep. "Talk's Cheap"|
Live action film
|2008||Safety First: The Rise of Women!||Narrator|
|2012||Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie||Himself|||
- "Biography". Robert Axelrod official website. Retrieved August 9, 2016 – via Wix.com.
- "Robert Axelrod Biography". AnimeCons.com.
- "Interview with Robert Axelrod". UpcomingCons.com.
- "Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie press kit" (doc). pp. 8, 14. Retrieved August 8, 2016.
The pieces feature two unique actors – Robert Axelrod and Tennessee Winston – two “Awesome Show” regulars. “Over the years, we’ve accumulated a bunch of friends who are actors in Hollywood that have a very special gift of making us laugh with these awkward performances.”
- "Robert Axelrod". behindthevoiceactors.com. Retrieved August 9, 2016.