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Fred Tatasciore (born June 13, 1967) is an American voice actor from New York City. He has provided the voices for characters in dozens of cartoons, movies, and video games. In the Star Wars universe spin-offs, he played Qui-Gon Jinn and Oppo Rancisis in the Star Wars: Clone Wars micro TV series, and Roos Tarpals in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.


Fred Tatasciore was born in New York and raised in Los Angeles. From UCLA, where 9 director Shane Acker was one of his classmates, he received Master of Fine Arts in Acting and Animation.

He continues those dual vocations today, working as a voice actor and an animator. He has been heard in such feature films as Kevin Lima's Enchanted, Robert Zemeckis' Beowulf, and Steve Oedekerk's Barnyard; on such television shows as Family Guy, American Dad, Robot Chicken, Back to the Barnyard, Chowder, The Secret Saturdays, Invader Zim, Wolverine and the X-Men, and The Avengers (voicing both Hulk and Beast in the latter two shows); and many video games, such as Gears of War and Mass Effect. As an independent animator, he is collaborating on such works and on such sites as,, and the "Mathnasium" educational pieces.

Mr. Tatasciore has also performed stand-up comedy, and done improv and theater, in Los Angeles. He resides on the West Coast with a bunch of animals.

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