Who is Scott McNeil?

Scott McNeil is an Australian-born Canadian voice, film and television actor. He currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada….

Scott McNeil
Citizenship Australia Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present
Height 177 cm (5 ft 10 in)

Who voiced Nadakhan?

Scott McNeilNadakhan / Voiced by

How old is Scott McNeil?

59 years (September 15, 1962)Scott McNeil / Age

Who is Duo Maxwell?

Duo Maxwell (デュオ・マックスウェル) is one of the five main Gundam pilots to take part in Operation Meteor. He was formerly the leader to his street gang during his childhood. Taken off the streets to a church orphanage, he grew close to the people who ran it.

Who voiced waspinator?

Scott McNeilWaspinator / Voiced by

Who voiced Dinobot?

Scott McNeilBeast Wars: Transformers
Krizz KalikoTransformers: War for Cybertron
Dinobot/Voiced by

Who voices naraku English?

Paul Dobson, Russell Wait are the English dub voices of Naraku in InuYasha, and Toshiyuki Morikawa, Hiroshi Yanaka are the Japanese voices.

How good of a pilot is Duo Maxwell?

As he is a Gundam pilot, Duo has exceptional mobile suit piloting skills, notably being masterful in evasive and other non-combative piloting techniques. In Endless Waltz, Heero all but admits that Duo is the better pilot of the two when they are piloting a shuttle to the X-18999 colony.

Who voices sesshomaru in English?

David Kaye
For Anime fans, David Kaye has been the voice behind ‘Sesshomaru’ in the English dubbed ‘Inuyasha’ series, ‘Treize Khushrenada’ in ‘Mobile Suit Gundam Wing,’ ‘Recoome’ in ‘Dragon Ball Z’ (’96-’98) and as the high strung father, ‘Soun Tendo’ in ‘Ranma 1/2′.

Who voices myoga the flea?

Paul Dobson (actor)

Who is the best Gundam Wing pilot?

Top 10 Gundam Pilots

  • #8: Judau Ashta.
  • #7: Heero Yuy (You-ee)
  • #6: Kamille Bidan (Bee-dan)
  • #5: Loran Cehack (See-Ack)
  • #4: Domon Kasshu (Cashew)
  • #3: Kira Yamato.
  • #2: Setsuna F. Seiei (Say-Ay)
  • #1: Amuro Ray. “Mobile Suit Gundam” (1979-80), “Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam” (1985-86), “Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack” (1988)