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==Other roles==
 
==Other roles==
LaMarche is known for his Orson Welles impression he often uses. Some examples of his work for various media such as ''The Transformers'', ''Tiny Toon Adventures'', the voice Alec Baldwin puppet in ''Team America: World Police'', Kif, Morbo and additional voices on ''Futurama''. Perhaps one of his most well known role is as "The Brain" using his Orson Welles in ''Animaniacs'' and it's spinoff ''Pinky and the Brain'', which he worked on with [[Rob Paulsen]]. He has won two Emmys for his work on ''Futurama'' and recieved Emmy nominations for ''Pinky and the Brain''.
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LaMarche is known for his Orson Welles impression which he often uses. Some examples of his work for various media include ''The Transformers'', ''Tiny Toon Adventures'', the voice of the Alec Baldwin puppet in ''Team America: World Police'', and Kif, Morbo and additional voices in ''Futurama''. Perhaps one of his most well-known roles is "The Brain" using his Orson Welles voice in ''Animaniacs'' and its spinoff ''Pinky and the Brain'', which he worked on with [[Rob Paulsen]]. He has won two Emmys for his work on ''Futurama'' and received Emmy nominations for ''Pinky and the Brain''.
   
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

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Maurice LaMarche

Maurice LaMarche

Maurice LaMarche (born on 30 March 1958) is a voice actor who voiced Sleet and other characters in the cartoon series Sonic Underground.

Other roles

LaMarche is known for his Orson Welles impression which he often uses. Some examples of his work for various media include The Transformers, Tiny Toon Adventures, the voice of the Alec Baldwin puppet in Team America: World Police, and Kif, Morbo and additional voices in Futurama. Perhaps one of his most well-known roles is "The Brain" using his Orson Welles voice in Animaniacs and its spinoff Pinky and the Brain, which he worked on with Rob Paulsen. He has won two Emmys for his work on Futurama and received Emmy nominations for Pinky and the Brain.

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Former English Voice Actors

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