Tom Fahn – Featured Guest

Updated Oct 12, 2022 @ 12:15 pm

Tom is best known as the voice of Agumon in the TV series Digimon: Digital Monsters, and he reprised the role in the Digimon Adventure Tri movies and Video Game. Other recent game credits include Brigand Boss in both Fire Emblem: Shadows of Valentia and Fire Emblem Heroes, Twin Mirror, One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, and God of War. Tom’s voice can also be heard in Rilakkuma’s Theme Park Adventure on Netflix, Edens Zero for Bang Zoom! on Netflix, Cells at Work Code Black for Funimation, Rising of the Shield Hero on Hulu, and Naruto, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and Hunter X Hunter on Toonami Adult Swim.

Memorable roles include Stu the Turtle and Male Ox in Ice Age 2: The Meltdown directed by Carlos Saldanha for 20th Century Fox, and anime fans may remember his death scene as Rocco Bonnaro in Cowboy Bebop with Steve Blum directed by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn. Also, begging for his life in Watchmen: The End is Nigh directed by Collette Sunderman, or dying several times on several episodes as several characters in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. And some of his early lead roles are Sho in The Guyver and Kei in Orguss both directed by Kevin Seymour. A career highlight was working in the same studio on the old Hanna-Barbera lot where The Flintstones were recorded, playing the Woim in Boid N Woim for Cartoon Network-What A Cartoon directed by Kris Zimmerman.

Originally from Huntington, NY, Tom always wanted to be an actor, but his greatest credits are his wife Dorothy, and their daughter. They live in Los Angeles where he is represented by the legendary Vanessa Gilbert at RSA.

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