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Peter Kelamis (born in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian actor, voice actor and comedian of Greek origin. He was the second English voice for Goku in the Ocean dub of Dragon Ball Z

Biography[]

In 1985, Kelamis enrolled in the University of British Columbia. As of July 3, 2004, Kelamis is married to his 2nd wife, Vancouver-born Canadian actress Alannah Stewartt.

He voiced Goku in episodes 38-53 (50-67 in uncut episode numbering) of the Saban dub of Dragon Ball Z, replacing Ian James Corlett, and in Pioneer's VHS/DVD releases of the movies Dead Zone, The World's Strongest and The Tree of Might. He later voiced Goku in episodes 108-144 (123-159 uncut) of Westwood Media and AB Groupe's international dub of Dragon Ball Z, before being replaced by Kirby Morrow for the remainder of the series. He also voiced Master Roshi in episode 50 (63 uncut) of the Saban dub, as well as elder Tsuno.

Some of his other roles as a voice actor are Dr. Stinger in Super Duper Sumos, Rolf in Ed, Edd n Eddy, and Whiplash in Iron Man: Armored Adventures. He also voiced Reaper in the video game Devil Kings, and Byrne in the CGI animation Dreamkix. Some of his appearances on TV are in Eureka, The Outer Limits, Corner Gas, Sliders, Stargate Universe, The Sentinel, NCIS and The X-Files. Some of his film appearances are in Happy Gilmore, Castle Ghosts of the British Isles (the first documentary he appeared in), Fear of Flying, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Best in Show, The Sport Pages: The Heidi Bowl, and Everything's Gone Green. He also had a recurring role in Beggars and Choosers.

In 2007, he won the award for Best Screenwriting in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series.

Filmography[]

Anime[]

  • Dragon Ball Z - Captain Strong (Vancouver dub, ep 53), Cletus (Vancouver dub, ep 120), Dende (Vancouver dub, ep 141 only), Devil Geezer (Vancouver dub, ep 139), Driver in Yellow Car (Vancouver dub, ep 120), Goku (Vancouver dub, 53 episodes), Maron's Boyfriend A (Vancouver dub, ep 122), Master Roshi (Vancouver dub, ep 50), Namekian Villager D (Vancouver dub, ep 38), Nickytown Civilian A (Vancouver dub, ep 130), Office Worker B (Vancouver dub, ep 111), Shepherd (Vancouver dub, ep 120), Spotter (Vancouver dub, ep 139), Tsuno (Vancouver dub, ep 38), Young Goku (Vancouver dub, ep 122)
  • Transformers: Cybertron - Wing Saber

Animation[]

  • Ed, Edd n Eddy - Rolf
  • Iron Man: Armored Adventures - Whiplash
  • Super Duper Sumos - Dr. Stinger

Anime Films[]

OVAs[]

  • Key the Metal Idol - Shuichi Tataki (10-15)

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • He has notably been one of the few English voice actors to have voiced both the adult and child versions of Goku.
  • Many sources often incorrectly claim that Kelamis being replaced as Goku in the Westwood dub of Dragon Ball Z was due to him leaving to pursue a comedy career. In an interview with YouTube user "Geekdom101", Kelamis stated it was actually due to the long gaps in the dub schedule and them simply not reaching out to him again to continue dubbing. He stated he would have voiced Goku for the remainder of the series if asked.[1]

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