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'The Clone Wars' Cast

Pictures and Bios of the Voices Behind 'The Clone Wars'

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The voices behind the characters of The Clone Wars includes a cast of veterans and young talent. Read a brief bio and see a picture of cast members of The Clone Wars. Then, jump over and learn more about the Clone Wars characters they play.

Matt Lanter (Anakin Skywalker)

Matt Lanter
Turner Broadcasting
After participating in the 2004 Bravo show Manhunt, Matt Lanter decided to move to Los Angeles to follow his dream of becoming an actor. Lanter has had several guest appearances on Grey's Anatomy, CSI, Big Love and Monk. He has also had recurring roles on two major prime-time series: NBC's Heroes and CBS's Shark. However, he is most recognized for his role as Geena Davis' son on ABC's short-lived but award-winning Commander in Chief.

Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano)

Ashley Eckstein
Turner Broadcasting
Ashley Eckstein's first appearance was on JAG. She was soon cast as Jan Brady in The Brady Bunch in the White House. Since then, she has been a regular cast member on the hit TV show Blue Collar TV and is well known among kids and teens for her roles on Phil of the Future, Drake and Josh and, most notably, as Muffy on That's So Raven. Eckstein recently starred in Alice Upside Down and Sydney White, where she shared the screen with Luke Perry and Amanda Bynes, respectively.

James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi)

James Arnold Taylor
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James Arnold Taylor's versatile vocal range has brought him success in every facet of the voiceover industry, including leading roles in animated films such as TMNT and The Animatrix. On TV, Taylor plays characters on Johnny Test and Drawn Together. Some of Taylor most celebrated work comes from video games, such as The Final Fantasy X series. Taylor also provides the voice of cartoon icon Fred Flintstone.

Ian Abercrombie (Chancellor Palpatine)

Ian Abercrombie
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British-born Ian Abercrombie made his American stage debut in 1955 in a production of Stalag 17. Abercrombie also starred in two television series, Birds of Prey and Chromiumblue.com. He has made around 200 guest appearances on several of today's most popular TV shows, such as Seinfeld (as Mr. Pitt), Desperate Housewives, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Babylon 5 and Wizards of Waverly Place. Abercrombie also provides voice work on radio, CD-ROMs, films and commercials.

Corey Burton (Count Dooku)

Corey Burton
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Corey Burton began his voice-acting career at 17. He studied radio drama with the legendary Daws Butler (Yogi Bear). Additionally, Burton has been a promotional announcer for each of the major TV networks and a narrator on an assortment of documentaries. Burton's animated TV voice credits include several popular Disney, Warner Bros., Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network series. His film work includes most Disney releases over the past two decades, including Cap'n Hook in Return to Neverland.

Nika Futterman (Asajj Ventress)

Nika Futterman
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Nika Futterman began her career as a guest star in such shows as Murphy Brown, Chicago Hope and Suddenly Susan. Futterman's voiceover career started in 1995, when she began lending her voice to Hey Arnold!, Woody Woodpecker and CatDog. Since then, she's gone on to voice hundreds of voices for movies, series, video games and commercials, including Jakers and Avatar: The Last Airbender. Recent video games work includes Blue Dragon and Halo 3.

Dee Bradley Baker (Clone Troopers/Captain Rex/Commander Cody)

Dee Bradley Baker
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In the past two decades, Dee Bradley Baker has built an extraordinary career with his amazing vocal range, his knack for dialects, and his ability to create realistic animal, alien or monster sounds. Baker's most recent works include American Dad as Klaus, and the super alien creatures in Cartoon Network's new series, Ben 10: Alien Force.

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