Trevor is: Rocket Raccoon! Emperor Palpatine! Dukey! Fancy Pants! Hermiod! And so many more!
Trevor Devall is a prolific Los Angeles-based voice actor and writer, having voiced hundreds of characters in animated television movies, series, feature films and video games. Some favorites: Rocket Raccoon in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Ravus Nox Fleuret in Final Fantasy XV, Iron Will, Hoity Toity and Fancy Pants on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Agent Hollywood in Agents of Mayhem, Emperor Palpatine, Admiral Ackbar and many others in Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles, Droid Tales, and The Freemaker Adventures, a wide assortment of supporting characters on Netflix’s F is for Family, Skrap-It and Garby on Dreamworks’ Dinotrux, Dukey on Cartoon Network’s Johnny Test, Jayce on the globally popular League of Legends video game, Pyro in X-Men: Evolution, and the voice of the alien helmsman Hermiod on Stargate: Atlantis.
In anime, he has performed such roles as Aizawa in Death Note, Mu Laflaga in Gundam Seed, Togusa in Ghost in the Shell-SAC, Alpha Q in Transformers: Energon, Mr Match in Megaman: NT Warrior, and many more.
On camera, Trevor starred as the villainous Sir Atticus Moon alongside Big Time Rush in their made-for-Nickelodeon feature, Big Time Movie.
He is the creator and host of the podcast, Voiceprint with Trevor Devall and Guests, a 36-episode Internet talk show featuring some of animation’s biggest voice performers, featuring live convention panel audiences as part of the show.
Additionally, Trevor is an award-winning writer and director. He has written several episodes for Marvel animation, including Avengers Assemble and Guardians of the Galaxy. He has also written episodes of the cartoon The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom for March Entertainment. 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 four-year Canadian run. 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.