Tom Wayland

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Tom Wayland
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Wayland at Animate Miami in 2014
OccupationVoice actor, [1] voice director, producer, Supervising Director at 3Beep productions
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Tom Wayland is an American voice actor, voice director and producer who is the Supervising Director at 3Beep productions, which works on English-language dubs of Japanese anime and other global animations. [2] [1] He previously worked for Central Park Media [3] and 4Kids Entertainment. He founded TripWire Productions, [4] which has produced more than 200 different anime titles and overseen the voice direction of many animation titles. He is also a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. [1] He was best known as the voice director for Pokémon , Mew Mew Power , Magical DoReMi , ShootFighter Tekken , G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 and The World of Narue . He has also worked with related New York studios at DuArt Film and Video, NYAV Post, Real Recording, Matlin Recording, Beatstreet Studios and Audioworks Producers Group.

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Filmography

Anime

List of dubbing performances and crew roles in anime
YearTitleRoleCrew role, NotesSource
2003 Alien Nine ADR writer, ADR director [5]
2006 Animation Runner Kuromi 2 Nonki Hayama [6]
2007-2008 Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Freed, Jim Crocodile, Chumley Hoffington (episode 85) [6]
2008-2011 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds Blister, Nervin, Lester, Crow Hogan (Season 4-5) [6]
2010 Ikki Tousen: Dragon Destiny Kakouton [6]
2012-2013 Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL Striker Crossit, Coyote, Fender [6]
2015 Gundam: The Origin II: Artesia's Sorrow Mash [7]
2015 Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Skip Boyle(episode 1-7) replaced by Billy Bob Thompson
2008-2015 Pokémon ADR director [8]
The World of Narue Various charactersAssociate Producer, ADR Voice Director, Script Adaptation [9] [10]

Animation

List of voice performances and crew roles in animation
YearTitleRoleCrew role, NotesSource
2006-2007Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast ForwardJammerhead [6]
2007Tarchin and FriendsYalchin, Crayons and others [6]
2011 Shaktimaan Animated Bumpy, Guru #6, othersEnglish dub [6]
2011-2012 Tai Chi Chasers Finn [6]
2014 Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood Robin Hood [6]
2019 Sheep and Wolves: Pig Deal HobblerEnglish dub [11]
TBA The Daltons Jack, WilliamSeason 2

Video games

List of voice performances and crew roles in video games
YearTitleRoleCrew role, NotesSource
2019 Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Takuma [12]
2009 Reservoir Dogs 2Mr.Blue

Film

List of voice performances and crew roles in direct-to-video and television films
YearTitleRoleCrew role, NotesSource
2010 Animals United The Anteater Bob [6]

Live action (Dubbing)

Production credits

ADR voice direction

ADR script adaptation

Associate producer/Dubbing supervisor

Recording engineer

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