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Steven Jay Blum (/bluːm/; born on April 28, 1960) is an American voice actor of anime, animation and video games known for his distinctive deep voice. He provides the voice of TOM, the host of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's Toonami programming block. Some of his major roles in anime include Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop, Mugen in Samurai Champloo, Eikichi Onizuka in Great Teacher Onizuka, both Guilmon and Mitsuo Yamaki in Digimon Tamers, and Orochimaru and Zabuza Momochi in Naruto.

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  • Steven Jay Blum (/bluːm/; born on April 28, 1960) is an American voice actor of anime, animation and video games known for his distinctive deep voice. He provides the voice of TOM, the host of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's Toonami programming block. Some of his major roles in anime include Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop, Mugen in Samurai Champloo, Eikichi Onizuka in Great Teacher Onizuka, both Guilmon and Mitsuo Yamaki in Digimon Tamers, and Orochimaru and Zabuza Momochi in Naruto.
  • Steven Jay Blum (; born April 29, 1960) is an American voice actor of anime, animation and video games known for his distinctive deep voice. He provides the voice of TOM, the host of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's Toonami programming block. Some of his major roles in anime include Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop, Mugen in Samurai Champloo, Eikichi Onizuka in Great Teacher Onizuka, both Guilmon and Mitsuo Yamaki in Digimon Tamers and Orochimaru and Zabuza Momochi in Naruto.
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  • Steven Jay Blum (/bluːm/; born on April 28, 1960) is an American voice actor of anime, animation and video games known for his distinctive deep voice. He provides the voice of TOM, the host of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's Toonami programming block. Some of his major roles in anime include Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop, Mugen in Samurai Champloo, Eikichi Onizuka in Great Teacher Onizuka, both Guilmon and Mitsuo Yamaki in Digimon Tamers, and Orochimaru and Zabuza Momochi in Naruto. In animation, he provides the voices for Starscream in Transformers: Prime, Vilgax, Heatblast and Ghostfreak in Ben 10, Amon in The Legend of Korra, Wolverine in Wolverine and the X-Men, and Zeb Orrelios in Star Wars Rebels. He was awarded the Guinness World Record for being the most prolific video game voice actor in 2012, with roles in franchises such as God of War, Call of Duty, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Naruto, X-Men and Transformers. In 2014, he voiced Shoe and Sparky in the stop-motion animated film The Boxtrolls. In 2015, he participated in The Incredible True Story, a hip hop album/motion picture by Logic.
  • Steven Jay Blum (; born April 29, 1960) is an American voice actor of anime, animation and video games known for his distinctive deep voice. He provides the voice of TOM, the host of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's Toonami programming block. Some of his major roles in anime include Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop, Mugen in Samurai Champloo, Eikichi Onizuka in Great Teacher Onizuka, both Guilmon and Mitsuo Yamaki in Digimon Tamers and Orochimaru and Zabuza Momochi in Naruto. In animation, he provides the voices for Starscream in Transformers: Prime, Vilgax, Heatblast and Ghostfreak in Ben 10, Amon in The Legend of Korra, Wolverine in Wolverine and the X-Men and Zeb Orrelios in Star Wars Rebels. He was awarded the Guinness World Record for being the most prolific video game voice actor in 2012, with roles in franchises such as God of War, Call of Duty, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Naruto, X-Men and Transformers. In 2014, he voiced Shoe and Sparky in the stop-motion animated film The Boxtrolls. In 2015, he participated in The Incredible True Story, a hip hop album/motion picture by Logic.
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  • David Lucas, Andrew Watton, Daniel Andrews
  • David Lucas
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  • Steven Jay Blum
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  • Santa Monica, California, U.S.
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  • Blum at the 2014 Fan Expo Canada
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  • November 2014
  • February 2015
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  • Steven Blum
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  • Voice actor
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  • need a source to confirm he reprises his role as Auric and Chop Chop, and also that he voices Enigma. The credits themselves do not specify
  • need a source to confirm he voiced Auric and Chop Chop, the credits themselves do not specify
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  • Voice of Starscream
  • Actor portrayed/voiced Wolverine
  • English voice of Crash Bandicoot
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