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Steve Blum
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Full name: Steven Jay Blum
Birth date: April 29, 1960
Birth place: Santa Monica, California
Occupation: Voice actor and many more occupations that can be viewed below
Children: 2 sons
Website: Website


Steven Jay "Steve" Blum[1] (born April 29, 1960)[2] is a voice actor for Regular Show. The roles he has played on Regular Show can be seen below.

Early life

Steven Jay Blum was born in Santa Monica, California.[2] Prior to voice acting, Blum had numerous jobs, some being: working at book, pet and auto-parts stores, serving fire protection equipment, running a mail room, driving a delivery truck, managing warehouses, serving as an international film and video sales/service coordinator, a copywriter, a marketing exceutive for a sci-fi film company, an ADR script writer and a part-time musician.[3] His first voice acting role was on Guyver.[2] Soon after Blum chose to be a full-time voice actor, the voice acting union he was associated with went on strike, leaving Blum out of work for eight months, living on credit cards during that time period.[4]

Career

Steve has a very large list of roles he's played in his career; he has voiced Spike Spiegel in the anime Cowboy Bebop and Guilmon in Digimon, as well as the Wolverine in a plethora of X-Men animated series.[5] He is also known for voicing T.O.M. of Toonami fame.[6] On June 5, 2012, Blum was awarded a Guinness Book of World Record for his 261 (as of May 10, 2012) credited appearances in video games alone.[7] In addition to his roles, Blum has also used several aliases during his career, being the following: Steven Jay, Steven J. Blum, David Lucas, Andrew Watton, Daniel Andrews, Richard Cardona and Roger Canfield.[1][7][8] His voice acting agency is Arlene Thornton & Associates.[1]

Voice credits

This section may be incomplete

Season 1

  1. "Grilled Cheese Deluxe" - Barry

Season 2

  1. "Ello Gov'nor" - Hooligan, Cricket #1
  2. "It's Time" - Movie Trailer VO, Police Officer
  3. "My Mom" - Cop, Muscle Man's Brother
  4. "Benson Be Gone" - Leon

Season 3

  1. "Skips vs. Technology" - Techmo, Computer, Doom-Ma-Geddon
  2. "Trucker Hall of Fame" - Bear Cat, Trucker Berg
  3. "Out of Commission" - Cookie, Tom, Cowboy

Season 4

  1. "Sandwich of Death" - Guy #2, Axe Guy #2, Sensei
  2. "That's My Television" - Henchman 2, Henchman 4, Fan Lady
  3. "Fool Me Twice" - Clive, Guy #1
  4. "Carter and Briggs" - Carter, Announcer, Fan 2
  5. "Trailer Trashed" - Muscle Bro
  6. "The Last Laserdisc Player" - VCR-Bitrator, Goon 1, Old Guy 2

Season 5

  1. "A Skips in Time" - Techmo, Newscaster
  2. "Bank Shot" - Cash's Friend, Dude #2
  3. "The Postcard" - Westley
  4. "Rigby in the Sky With Burrito" - Johnny Skydiver
  5. "Play Date" - Demon Dad, Serpent Dad
  6. "Paint Job" - Carter
  7. "Skips in the Saddle" - Techmo, Centaur

Season 6

  1. "Terror Tales of the Park IV" - Muscle Bro, Dale, Toll Booth Operator
  2. "The End of Muscle Man" - Muscle Bro
  3. "The Real Thomas" - Premier Koshkov, Aisa Goon 1, Private
  4. "Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special" - Carter, Goose 2, Playco 2

Season 7

  1. "Terror Tales of the Park V" - Racki the Wishmaster, Defendant, Werewolf, Blaine, Clerk 2
  2. "Just Friends" - Carter, Teen 1, Usher
  3. "Win That Prize" - Carter

Personal life

When not voice acting, he reads to elementary school children, which he has done for over seven years.[2]

Blum resides in Tarzana, California[9] with his sons.[10]

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://voicechasers.com/database/showactor.php?actorid=1121
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/Steve-Blum/
  3. http://myanimelist.net/people/12/Steven_Blum
  4. http://www.geeksofdoom.com/2011/05/19/interview-voice-actor-steve-blum
  5. http://www.steveblumvoices.com/?page_id=1068
  6. http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2012/06/catching-up-with-steve-blum.html
  7. 7.0 7.1 http://www.giantbomb.com/steve-blum/3040-4893/
  8. http://www.tv.com/people/steven-jay-blum/biography/
  9. http://www.steveblumvoices.com/?page_id=935
  10. http://www.parenting.com/article/dad-we-love-steve-blum-voice-of-wolverine

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