The Denver Post: Denver’s “Clone Wars,” “Phineas and Ferb” voice actor on working (from home) through a pandemic

The Denver Post: Denver’s “Clone Wars,” “Phineas and Ferb” voice actor on working (from home) through a pandemic

By John Wenzel
The Denver Post

February’s Disney+ revival of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” was so successful that it’s generated a spin-off called “The Bad Batch,” will which premiere in 2021 and feature Denver-based voice actor Dee Bradley Baker. (Disney)

Dee Bradley Baker has squawked, snarled and squeaked his way through so many jobs that he relies on his Internet Movie Database page to keep track of them.

Even that’s not always right, since his career spans hundreds of movies, TV series, and video games over the last three decades.

“I was never involved with the live-action ‘Last Airbender’ movie, and I was never involved with ‘Frankenweenie,’ ” Baker said as he scanned, at The Denver Post’s request, some of his credited roles. “But it looks like most of the rest seems to be accurate.”

It’s hard to be sure. Since 1995, an average of a dozen new projects each year have been released featuring his vocal talents. In some years, it’s more than 30, from well-known shows such as “American Dad!” (for which he received a 2017 Emmy nomination) and “Family Guy” to kids’ fare like “Muppet Babies,” “Steven Universe,” SpongeBob SquarePants” and “The Lion Guard.”

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