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Gordon Stan Jones (October 23, 1926 – December 30, 1998), sometimes credited as G. Stanley Jones, Staley Jones or Stanley Jones, was a Canadian film and television actor.
He was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Jones appeared in over thirty television productions and in eight films. He did extensive voice acting. He was the narrator of the film Little Shop of Horrors (1986). One of his few non-voice roles was as a teller in an episode of the television series Beverly Hills, 90210.
He also voiced the characters of Scourge, Lord Zarak and Weirdwolf in the television series The Transformers as well as Lex Luthor, the Superman villain, in several episodes of the television series Super Friends. He played the voices of Kingpin and Doctor Octopus in the 1981 solo Spider-Man series. Additionally, he voiced the Milkman, Wordsworth and Riff Raff characters in the television series Heathcliff (also known as Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats) and in the 1995 Don Bluth movie The Pebble and the Penguin as Mccalister.
He died, age 72, of complications from cancer in Los Angeles, California.