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"I've done many other video games, including 3 or 4 Star Wars Games, PGA golf with Tiger Woods, 9 characters in Lord of the Rings… every job is fun, but Nintendo is number one!"
―Charles Martinet[5]

Charles Martinet is an American[3] voice actor born on September 17,[1] 1955,[2] well known for voicing Nintendo protagonist Mario and other characters in the same video game series.[4] He has voiced various supporting characters in Star Wars video games published by LucasArts, beginning with the role of Imperial Admiral Garreth Holtz in 1999's Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance.[6] In 2001, he voiced 2-1B surgical droids, AT-AT drivers, and the B1-Series battle droid OOM-9 in Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds.[7] In Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, released in 2002, Martinet voiced Bespin cop 2, a civilian male, Imperial officer 2,[8] and Rebel shock troop 3.[9]

Filmography[]

Year Title Contribution(s)
1999 Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance Admiral Garreth Holtz[6]
2001 Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds 2-1B, AT-AT driver, OOM-9[7]
2002 Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast Bespin cop 2, Civilian male, Imperial officer 2,[8] Rebel shock troop 3[9]

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