Walter Alexis "Lex" Lang (born November 12, 1965) is an American voice actor and entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of The Love Planet Foundation, a non-profit organization which creates educational materials for children on the importance of recycling, world water awareness, and the preservation of the planet. He is also the co founder of H2Om: Water with Intention.[1]

Life and career

Lang has worked as a voice director for clients including Cartoon Network, EWAM, Sony, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, Technicolor, PCB productions, Microsoft, Xbox 360, Code Masters, HBO and Warner Brothers.

As a voice actor, he has been in hundreds of productions ranging from original animation, anime, video games, celebrity voice matching, and movie trailers.

He is known for playing the voice of Han Solo for Lucas Arts, Doctor Neo Cortex in Crash Twinsanity, Crash Tag Team Racing, Crash of the Titans and Crash: Mind over Mutant (replacing Clancy Brown), The Doorman and Hundley in Curious George, Dr. Polaris in Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Ecliptor in Power Rangers: In Space, the Wolf Duke Org Zen-Aku in Power Rangers: Wild Force and Captain Cold, General Nardoc multiple characters in Justice League Unlimited,and Calypso in the "Twisted Metal series". He is the announcer and does all the bits, and celebrity voice matching in Martin Short's talk show Primetime Glick.

He is also known worldwide for his anime voice work[2] playing roles such as Kenshiro from Hokuto no Ken Fist of the Northstar, Sanosuke Sagara from Rurouni Kenshin, Goemon Ishikawa XIII in Geneon's dub of Lupin III part two, and Crim from .hack//SIGN. He has provided the voice for seiyuu Makio Inoue's two most well-known characters, Captain Harlock and Goemon Ishikawa (although Harlock was played by Koichi Yamadera in the newest series, and replaced Pete Capllan after Harlock Saga.).

He is a singer, composer and lead guitarist in his band, LeXLang. He also has a band alongside with fellow voice actor and close friend, Bentley Mitchum named The Velvet Box. He is married to fellow voice actress and foundress, Sandy Fox. Together, they perform in an acoustic duo called Butterfly.

He has been a special media guest at many large science fiction and anime conventions throughout the United States, and has voiced central characters in hundreds of Xbox, Playstation, Wii, and PC video games.

Filmography

Live action

Anime

Non-anime

Video games

Voice replacements

Documentaries

Other appearances

  • Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck - Himself (Contestant on Episode 18 of Season 1 (2002), but did not win. His wife Sandy Fox appeared on the show one year later. She made it to the Tournament of Champions final game before she Whammied out.)

References

External links

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