Dave Mallow

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Dave Mallow (born October 19, 1948) is an American voice actor. Mallow was born in Park Ridge, Illinois. His father worked in radio and television and was a thirty year on-air veteran at Chicago's WGN. He attained a BFA in Theater Arts from Drake University in 1970. After a successful career as a radio personality in the Midwest and New York City, Mallow moved to Los Angeles in 1984 to pursue a career in voice acting that has included commercials, film dubbing, looping, narration, audio books, radio plays and voice characterization in numerous video games, toys and cartoons. He provided the daily intros, voices of countless monsters and was the voice of the benevolent 'Baboo' in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for Saban Productions, where he also gave voices to Angemon, Gekkomon and Uppamon in Digimon: Digital Monsters. Other notable roles include Amarao in Digital Manga's Fooly Cooly and Akuma in the Capcom video game series Street Fighter. In January 2007 Mallow was nominated for both Best Actor and also in a Comedy for the 1st Annual American Anime Awards held in New York City.

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