Scott Rummell

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Scott Rummell (born in Los Angeles, California on December 8, 1960) is an American actor and voice actor. He is the son of retired LA City Fire Chief, Gary Rummell, who just happened to have a beautiful baritone voice. He is well known for being the voice of Aquaman in Justice League and its follow-up Justice League Unlimited.

“For a couple of years, when I was very impressionable my dad was the spokesman for the fire department, so it wasn’t uncommon to see him on TV or hear his voice on the radio," Rummell said.

Rummell caught the vision of using his voice in the media while listening to his father. Rummell loved to play with tape recorders, making radio shows, cartoon voices and prank phone calls.

After high school Rummell toured all over the world with the Continental Singers.

Then at age 20 he got a job as an Account Executive at an Orange County, CA radio station and began voicing spots for some of his clients.

Around this time he began a voiceover workshop and private study with his mentor Daws Butler, the voice of many well known cartoon characters such as Yogi Bear, Snagglepuss, Elroy Jetson, Captain Crunch and many others.

In the mid 1980s, Rummell signed with his first agent ICM. For ten years he enjoyed a successful commercial career before landing his first movie trailer.

Now he is heard daily on ABC, CBS, CNN, The CW, Showtime and FOX, and has been heard on thousands of movie trailers and blockbuster film campaigns over the years.

He lives and works at his home studio in Yorba Linda, California. Rummell is represented by Solid Talent, DPN, and Wintner Artist Management.


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