Michael Dobson

Michael Dobson

actor, additional crew, director

Michael Dobson was born on Aug 12, 1966 in UK. Michael Dobson's big-screen debut came with The Glitter Dome directed by Stuart Margolin in 1984, strarring . Michael Dobson is known for Dorg Van Dango directed by Fabian Erlinghauser, Chance Hurstfield stars as Dorg Van Dango and Andrew McNee as RD. Michael Dobson has got 1 awards and 6 nominations so far. The most recent award Michael Dobson achieved is NAVGTR Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Michael Dobson plays is Team Zenko Go - Season 1 which will be released on Mar 15, 2022.

Michael was born in London, England and grew up in both England and Canada.In Georgetown, Ontario, he chose theater arts as an elective and it is there that Michael says "He found his tribe'. Inspired by his Theater Arts teacher Michelle Mole, he was soon voicing all the school announcements and heavily involved in the high school theatrical productions. He would soon write, produce and perform his own show. He then joined and performed with the Georgetown Little Theater Company and Bramalea theater company The New Generation Players. He later created the curriculum and taught an after school theater program to grade seven and eights. Eventually Michael would move west to Victoria B.C. where he studied performing arts and art history at The University of Victoria. During this period he auditioned and became a member of The Corner Store Theater Company and Edna Browns Dinner Theater Company where he performed in several productions to great reviews! It was in Victoria where Michael was approached by the Creative Director Chris Ogilvie at CJVI and he first began voicing radio commercials, as well as comedy sketches for the station. In the mid 80s the film industry was getting a foot hold in Vancouver, B.C. So, Michael made the move to Vancouver to pursue a film career. He continued to hone his craft at The Gastown Actors Studio and attended regular classes with veteran actor Claire Kaplan. Eventually he would guest star on TV Series such as , The X-Files, Stargate, Viper, Seven Days and many others as well as feature films. It was a chance meeting with fellow actor and now close friend Scott McNeil that Michael learned of the growing voice over industry in Vancouver and some advice to attend a workshop by renowned voice actor and director Sue Blu in Los Angeles who was coming to Vancouver to scout new talent by means of a workshop. Michael took the workshop and had a blast! Later Sue Blu would be back in town to cast GI Joe Extreme and Michael would land the role of Sgt. Savage. Many roles and many shows would follow... He's played more Super Villains and Super Heroes than you can shake Batman's Utility Belt at. From, Leonardo in the Mutant Ninja Turtles, Starscream in Transformers Armada, Energon and Cybertron, Cobra Commander in GI Joe, Niles Van Roekel in The Marvel Nemesis video game Rise of The Imperfects, Nappa in Dragon Ball Z, The Blob in X-Men Evolution, Ronan the Accuser in Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes, Kazuki Fuse in Jin Roh, and yes he's played Batman as well as the Joker in Warner Premier's Batman Black & White!With a career that now spans 30 years he's a multi award winning actor who has voiced everything from animation, video games, motion comics, radio and television commercials to movie trailers, audio books, documentaries and television station Id's for KVOS TV Bellingham. Wa. USA and NTV Canada.Michael resides in Vancouver, B.C. with his wife and four children.He is represented by The Characters Talent Agency in Vancouver B.C. and by Fountainhead Talent in Toronto, Ontario.Michael stars as Commander Ferrus Forge in Mattel's internationally released hit series "Max Steel", Disney DHX's "Slugterra" as Stoker, Drake and Millard as well as Rainmaker & The Weinstein Company's Animated Feature Film "Escape from Planet Earth" as Shanker's Father recently in theaters.

  • Birthday

    Aug 12, 1966
  • Place of Birth

    Kingston upon Thames, London, England, UK

Known For


1 wins & 6 nominations

Lead Performance in a Comedy
Winner - NAVGTR Award
DeathSpank (2010)

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows