A native of Edmonton, Alberta, Trevor Devall spent the past 15 years in Vancouver’s animation industry as one of the city’s most sought-after voice actors.
He is a prolific voice artist, having performed in hundreds of animated productions including television movies, series, feature films and video games. Some highlights: Emperor Palpatine/Darth Sidious, Admiral Ackbar and Jar Jar Binks in Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles, Iron Will, Hoity Toity and Fancy Pants (for which he was nominated for a UBCP Award for Best Voice) on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Dukey on Cartoon Network’s Johnny Test, Colossus on Joss Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men, Dad on Disney’s Kid vs Kat, Mu Laflaga in Gundam Seed, Togusa in Ghost in the Shell-SAC, Mr. Palmer, Ike and many others on Zeke’s Pad, Moordryd Payne on Dragon Booster, Aizawa on Death Note, Chang and the maniacal Irishman Leigarch on Black Lagoon, Alpha Q in Transformers: Energon, Pyro in X-Men: Evolution, Wild Weasel in G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom, Scourge in Transformers: Cybertron, and the voice of the alien helmsman Hermiod on Stargate: Atlantis.
For feature films, he has performed roles including Baramanda in the CG feature A.R.K. (with James Woods), Toa Pohatu in Bionicle: Mask of Light, Toa Nuju in Bionicle: Legends of Metru Nui, and Shesta in Escaflowne. He recently appeared in Escape from Planet Earth with Brendan Fraser and William Shatner.
Trevor also starred as the villainous Sir Atticus Moon alongside Big Time Rush in their made-for-Nickelodeon feature, Big Time Movie.
He is the host of the popular podcast, Voiceprint with Trevor Devall and Guests, an Internet talk show featuring some of animation’s biggest voice performers, available under the “Voiceprint” menu on this website, or on iTunes.
Additionally, Trevor is an award-winning writer and director. Nominated for four Jessie Awards (including the Sydney Risk Prize For Outstanding Original Play), his play The Back Kitchen Release Party capped off the Vancouver Arts Club Theatre’s 2008 season after a successful three-year run throughout British Columbia. Trevor’s Leo-Award-winning film, The Plaids (which he wrote, produced and directed), aired on The Comedy Network and Space: The Imagination Station from 2001-2004. Trevor has also written episodes for several major animated programs, including The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom.
In addition to performing for animation, Trevor works as a voice acting coach, and has taught acting at some of the finest institutions in Vancouver. He has recently expanded his operations and relocated to Los Angeles.
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