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Maurice LaMarche
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ProfessionVoice actor
Born30 March, 1958
IMDB profilenm0005606
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Category of characters voiced by Maurice LaMarche
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Maurice LaMarche is an Emmy Award-winning[1] actor who gives voice to Calculon, Kif Kroker, Walt, and many other characters. He has done voice work for an incredible array of series, including the Brain on Pinky and the Brain, Egon Spengler in The Real Ghostbusters (and the short-lived 1990s companion, Extreme Ghostbusters), and Keith Lieb on The Cleveland Show, and films, playing the king in the 2013 film Frozen. LaMarche was also the third person to voice Popeye in the history of the character. According to him, "Morbo, H. G. Blob, and Lrrr are not the same voice". Maurice is also well known for his impression of Orson Welles, which he has used on Futurama and other places including The Critic, Ed Wood and The Simpsons. LaMarche has received two Primetime Emmys for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance on Futurama, one in 2011 for his performances as Lrrr and Orson Welles' head in "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences", and a second in 2012 for his performances as Clamps, the Donbot, the Hyper-Chicken, Calculon, Hedonismbot and Morbo in "The Silence of the Clamps".

Characters voiced[edit]

Recurring characters[edit]

One-time characters[edit]

The characters played by Maurice LaMarche in The Beast with a Billion Backs, as seen in the ending credits.

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  1. ^ Primetime Emmy Awards nominations for 2011 - Outstanding Voice-Over Performance