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Template:Too few opinions {{Infobox person| name = Dino Andrade | image = Replace this image dino andrade - profile pic.jpg | caption = Dino Andrade | birth_date = September 16, 1963 | birth_place = San Bernardino, CA, USA | occupation = Actor, Owner/Operator SoulGeek.Com | spouse = Mary Kay Bergman (m. 1990–Error: Invalid time.) «start: (1990)–Not recognized as a date. Years must have 4 digits (use leading zeros for years < 1000).»"Marriage: Mary Kay Bergman to Dino Andrade" Location: (linkback:https://manga.fandom.com/wiki/Dino_Andrade)</span> Dino Andrade (born September 16, 1963) manages dual careers as both an American voice actor and the Creator/Owner Operator of the geek dating/community website SoulGeek.Com. In the 1990s, Andrade dabbled as a screenwriter and independent film maker with no immediate plans to return to film making.

Filmography - voice actor

Video games

Television

Online series

  • 2009 A True Story (2008) -- Mayor of Los Angeles, Chief Network Executive
  • Kevin Costners' The Explorer's Guild (2008) -- Father Russeau (series villain)
  • Tomb Raider (2007) -- Rodrigo, Moctezuma, Janitor.
  • PvP: The Series (2007) - Skull the Troll

Commercials

  • ARCO Gas Institute Radio (2009) -- Benjamin Franklin
  • Voice of "Gil" the official mascot of the Gilroy Gardens theme Park in Northern California. (2008–2009)
  • The voice of "Pop" of "Snap", "Crackle" & "Pop" for all US Rice Krispies advertising campaigns including TV commercials, online campaigns and radio spots. (2007–2009)
  • Dodgers Radio Los Angeles Dodgers (2007)
  • Church's Chicken (2007)
  • California Nutrition Network PSA (2006)
  • Belterra Radio (2006)
  • Marley Park (2006)

Features

Filmography - live action film maker

  • Bob's Video (1999) - writer, director, and co-executive producer, actor(uncredited)
  • Pumpkin Man (1998) - writer

Filmography - live action actor

Television

Commercials

Personal life

Andrade was married to the late voice actress Mary Kay Bergman (1961–1999) of South Park fame until her struggle with chronic depression led to her suicide[1]. Andrade has become active in raising mental health awareness and plans to launch the Mary Kay Bergman Project, a mental health outreach program for artists and entertainers[citation needed].

Bergman shared Andrade's interest in science-fiction, horror, fantasy and animation. Her loss served as a chief inspiration behind the creation of SoulGeek.com - a geek dating and community website - which is dedicated to her name. The site was launched in July 2007 and has thousands of members worldwide[citation needed].

Andrade has a passion for symphonic film scores and is an avid baseball fan, supporting the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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