Scott McCord

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Scott McCord
Born William Scott McCord
(1971-04-19) April 19, 1971 (age 46)
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Other names Scott McCord
Occupation actor, voice actor, musician, composer, producer, film maker, Co-Artistic Director CRIMINAL THEATRE
Years active 1998–present
Spouse(s) Kelsey Matheson-McCord
Website Official website

William Scott McCord (born April 19, 1971) is a Canadian actor, voice actor, musician, and composer currently based in Brooklyn. He is also Co-Artistic Director of Criminal Theatre. A versatile performer, he has appeared in the films 16 Blocks, Shoot 'Em Up and the animated feature The Nut Job. On television, he is best known for his voice over work in popular animated series. He plays Dan Kuso in Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Tetsuya Watarigani in Beyblade Metal Fusion, Owen and Trent in Fresh Animation's Total Drama series, Skull Boy in Ruby Gloom and most recently, Jake in the animated TVOKids/Nickelodeon television series, PAW Patrol. In 2016, he won the Canada Screens Award for Best Performance in an Animated Series for his role as Squidgy on Guru's Justin Time. In 2002 he was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award with Best Performance by a Male in Independent Theatre for his performance in Jacob Richmond's The Qualities of Zero. He has released two albums, the solo effort Blues For Sunshine (2009) and Scott McCord and the Bonafide Truth (2012). The latter is also the name of the soul/jazz/blues/rock eight piece band that was created for touring the first album. Scott McCord and the Bonafide Truth were nominated for Best Artist of the Year at the 2010 Maple Blues Awards.

TV Series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Mythic Warriors Phineus
1999 Deep in the City Raymona
1999 Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal Victor Granger
2000 In a Heartbeat Danny
2001 The Famous Jett Jackson Casper Carruth
2001–2003 Pecola Additional Voices
2002 The Associates Ari Katzen
2002 Tracker Rudy/Yahir
2002 Soul Food Zeke Fabulous
2002–2005 Bury the Lead James Joy
2004–2008 Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends Stinky
2005–2006 Time Warp Trio Fred
2006 Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Mighty Monster Trucks Little Tow
2006 This is Wonderland Duncan Armstrong
2006–2009 Erky Perky Additional Voices
2006–2007 Instant Star Iggy, Additional Voices
2006–2007 Ruby Gloom Skull Boy
2006–2008 6teen Stone
2006–2008 Growing Up Creepie George Hollyruller, Additional Voices
2006–2009 Yin Yang Yo! Yang, Yuck
2007–2013 Total Drama Owen, Trent
2007–2008 Bakugan Battle Brawlers Dan Kuso, Frosch, Centorrior
2007–2008 Atomic Betty Chaz Lang, Additional Voices Season 3: Mission Earth
2008 Urban Vermin Ken
2008 Toot & Puddle Additional Voices
2008–2009 Friends and Heroes Dudemus
2009 Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist Uncle Leech
2009–2010 Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia Dan Kuso, Frosch, Percival, Professor Clay
2010 Beyblade: Metal Fusion Tetsuya Watarigani
2010 Magi-Nation Additional Voices
2010–2011 Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Gundalian Invaders Dan Kuso, Strikeflyer
2010, 2013 Skatoony Owen
2010–2011 Babar and the Adventures of Badou Additional Voices
2011 MetaJets Zak Kim
2011 Justin Time Squidgy
2011 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Toshio, Additional Voices
2011–2012 Bakugan: Mechtanium Surge Dan Kuso
2011–2012 My Big Big Friend Golias
2013–present Creative Galaxy Captain Paper
2013 PAW Patrol Jake
2013–present Camp Lakebottom McGee
2013 Republic of Doyle Bruno
2013–2014 Mother Up! Greg, Additional Voices
2014 Lost Girl Harvey
2014–present Wishenpoof! Bob The Bear
2015 Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race Jacques (26 episodes), Brody (24 episodes), Owen (19 episodes)
2015–present Inspector Gadget Brain, Slickstein [1]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Common Ground Gus
2000 Jailbait Chuck Clopperman TV Movie
2000 The Other Me Victor TV Movie
2002 Martin and Lewis Abby Greshler TV Movie
2002–2005 The Eleventh Hour (CTV television series) James Joy
2005 The Care Bears' Big Wish Movie Bedtime Bear
2006 16 Blocks Lt. Kincaid
2007 Shoot 'Em Up Killer Shot in Behind
2014 The Nut Job Additional Voices

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gadget 2.0: Part 1 / Gadget 2.0: Part 2". Inspector Gadget. Netflix. 

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