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John Tench is a actor/voice actor. He provided additional voices in Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.[1]


John Tench was born in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A. and grew up in Canada, where he began working in theater and film in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. John has been acting in Stage, Television and Film since the late seventies. He began his career in Toronto and quickly moved on to study and work in New York City, London, England, Los Angeles and throughout Europe and Canada. He founded the influential theater company Theatre Kathartic in 1980, performing and touring shows internationally. He moved to Vancouver, B.C. and from there down to Los Angeles in the early nineties.

Along with his many film and television appearances working with such great directors as Ang Lee, Antoine Fuqua, Arthur Hiller and many others, John has also worked with numerous theater companies in North America and Europe as an Actor, Director, Writer and Producer. He has produced, written and directed several short films. He has been nominated for numerous awards in the Best Actor Category.

He is a master of accents and dialects and has voiced a great many cartoons and foreign language films. John has also written a number of screenplays and is a published poet. Among his other many interests are painting and music. He plays guitar, banjo, harmonica, tuba and other instruments. He is an avid outdoors-man, fisherman and canoeist. He divides his time and work between Toronto, Vancouver, Canada, Los Angeles and Europe.[2]


Former English Voice Actors

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