Ryan Drummond

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Ryan Drummond
Born Ryan Drummond
(1973-01-10) January 10, 1973 (age 44)
Lima, Ohio, U.S.
Residence San Francisco, California
Nationality American
Occupation Voice actor, film actor, singer, clown, comedian
Years active 1991–present
Known for The voice of Sonic
Spouse(s) Lisa Drummond (m. 2002)
Website ryandrummond.com

Ryan Drummond is an American voice actor, singer, film actor, clown and comedian.[1] He was born in Lima, Ohio, US on January 10, 1973. He is mainly known for voicing Sonic the Hedgehog along with other characters included in the video games series for SEGA from 1998 to 2004 which includes Sonic Adventure,[2] Sonic Heroes,[3] and Sonic Shuffle.[4] Then, he was succeeded by Jason Griffith for the voice of Sonic, as seen in Sonic X. He is also known for being the bass vocalist in the A.Y.U. Quartet since 1991. Recently, he has starred in a musical comedy in San Diego called "Forever Plaid".[5]

Personal life[edit]

Drummond married his wife, Lisa Drummond, on October 8, 2002. They live in San Francisco, California. They both had planned to have a child, which they did on February 13, 2008, where they had given birth to their first child named Daniel Timothy Drummond.[6] Drummond would update his fans about his personal life from time to time on his online blog. However, he has not posted nor commented on anything since Friday, February 26, 2010 for unknown reasons.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2000 Bring it On Theatre Boy
2008 Based on a True Story Man

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Baywatch DJ Johnny Jam Episode: "Baywatch at Sea World"
1998 Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place Isaac Glickstein Episode: "Two Guys, a Girl and an Elective"
2001 The Chronicle Andy Episode: "What Gobbles Beneath"
2001 The Invisible Man Mime, Man 2 Episodes: "Money for Nothing: Part 2", "Immaterial Girl"
2004 Veronica Mars Associate Episode: "You Think You Know Somebody"
2005 Point Pleasant Booth Vendor Episode: "Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Choked"
2009 Trauma Fair Patron Episode: "All's Fair"

Video game roles[edit]

Year Title Role
1998–99 Sonic Adventure Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
1999 Nancy Drew: Stay Tuned for Danger Rick Arlen
1999 Blue Stinger Eliot Ballade
1999 Twisted Metal 4 Pizza Boy
2000 Danger Girl Additional Voices
2000 Evil Dead: Hail to the King Merchant
2000 The Mummy Additional Voices
2000 Sonic Shuffle Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
Knuckles the Echidna
2001 Undying Various, Additional Voices
2001 Illbleed Kevin Kertsman
2001 Airblade Insider
2001 Sonic Adventure 2 Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
2001-02 Sonic Adventure 2: Battle Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
2003 Chrome Additional Voices
2003 Rogue Ops Additional Voices
2003 Sonic Battle Sonic the Hedgehog
Emerl (usually)
2003–04 Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
2003–04 Sonic Heroes Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
Metal Sonic (Neo Metal Sonic)/Metal Madness/Metal Overlord
2003–04 Duel Masters Additional Voices
2004 Gangland Black Boss, Bouncer, Croupier, Civilian, Sniper, Cop, Ninja, Additional Voices
2004 Spy Fiction Michael Kwain
2004 Sonic Advance 3 Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
2004 SEGA Superstars Sonic the Hedgehog/Super Sonic
2005 Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth J. Edgar Hoover, Seaman Willie Thompson, Experiment, Poorhouse Resident, Cutter Urania Seaman, Yithian, Additional Voices
2005 Cold War Carter, Scientist, Civilian
2006 Scared Rings Additional Voices
2008 The Godfather II: Crime Rings Bill Bardi
2009 The Godfather II Bill Bardi, Additional Voices
2009 Sonic and the Black Knight Additional Voices
2009–10 Guitar Hero: Van Halen Additional Voices

Albums[edit]

  • S.C.R.A.M., 1994 studio album by the A.Y.U. Quartet – Harmony & Lead Vocals
  • Atomic Young Ultrasonics, 1996 studio album by The A.Y.U. Quartet – Harmony & Lead Vocals
  • Acappella Yuletide Uproar, 2010 studio album by The A.Y.U. Quartet – Harmony & Lead Vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ Drummond, Ryan. RyanDrummond.com Retrieved on 7 July 2017
  2. ^ Sonic Team (Sep 9, 1999). Sonic Adventure. Dreamcast. SEGA. Scene: Credits. English Character Voices 
  3. ^ Sonic Team (Dec 5, 2003). Sonic Heroes. GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, & Windows. SEGA. Scene: Credits. English Voices 
  4. ^ Sonic Team & Hudson Soft (Nov 14, 2000). Sonic Shuffle. Dreamcast. SEGA. Scene: Credits. Voice Acting 
  5. ^ Writer, PAM KRAGEN – Staff. "Welk's fine 'Plaid' is worth another look". sandiegouniontribune.com. 
  6. ^ Drummond, Ryan. "This update is for my mom and everyone else". Current Events. Retrieved 8 July 2017. 
  7. ^ Drummond, Ryan. "RyanDrummond.com: Current Events". www.ryandrummond.com. Blogspot. Retrieved 8 July 2017. 

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