Mostly Credited As: Jeff Bennett Sometimes Credited As: Jeff Glenn Bennet Jeff Glen Bennet Jeff Bennet Jeff G. Bennett Jeff Glenn Bennett Jeff Glen Bennett Jess Bennett
Birth Name: Jeffrey Glen Bennett Date Of Birth: October 02, 1962 (Age 53) Country Of Birth: USA Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Born in Houston, Texas, Jeff Bennett is widely popular for lending his voice to respectable animated movies, TV shows and video games. He has become one of the most famous faces and voices in the voice-over industry. In 1984, Bennett joined the voice community, and ever since then he has starred in at least 384 titles. He has shared his voice with cartoon TV series like “James Bond Jr.,” “Where’s Waldo?,” “Tiny Toon Adventures,” “Batman,” “Aladdin,” among many, many others. Bennett fans most likely know him for providing the voice of Johnny Bravo on the Cartoon Network hit. Johnny Bravo’s Elvis-like voice is said to have really put Bennett on the map. His famous voice roles don’t stop there, as he’s also voiced for several movies including Disney’s “Enchanted,” where he provided chipmunk Pip’s voice in Andalasia, and even brought Petrie to life in a few of the “Land Before Time” productions, especially the 1994 film and the 2007 TV series. His voice can be also heard in the following animated TV shows: Mr. Smee/Bones in Disney’s “Jake and the Never Land Pirates;” Coverton in “Monsters vs. Aliens;” and Red Tornado in “Young Justice.” His work hasn’t gone unnoticed, as Bennett’s been nominated for several awards, including a 2012 Emmy for his work as Kowalski in “The Penguins of Madagascar,” and he also took home the 2012 Annie Award - part of the International Animated Film Society - for the same show in the Voice Acting in a Television Production category. He’s dabbled in a variety of works such as singing for Richard Dreyfuss’ character in “James and the Giant Peach” to “Curious George” to "Pound Puppies" to “The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning.” Bennett’s resume goes on for miles. Bennett can also be heard in the 2013 animated feature, "Khumba," where he plays Rabbit.