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Andy McAvin

Andy McAvin
Born Andrew Mark McAvin
(1952-01-04) January 4, 1952
Denver, Colorado
Occupation Voice Actor
Actor
Powered Paraglider Instructor

Andrew Mark "Andy" McAvin (born January 4, 1952 in Denver, Colorado) is an American actor and voice over actor with nearly 80 credits to his resume. He also appeared in over 120 professional theatrical productions including Broadway musicals. He does voice work in anime dubs for ADV Films and Seraphim Digital.

One of his most prominent roles was the genocidal villain Brian J. Mason in Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040, the voice type of which is referred to by cast and crew-mates as the "slime that walks like a man" voice. He also did voice work for the AD Police: To Serve and Protect spin off and for Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris.

McAvin is also an instructor in powered paragliding, logging "over 4000 flights and several thousand hours" and has trained over 300 graduates.[1][2] He is featured in a documentary called Into the Wind: The Sport of Powered Paragliding.

Filmography

Anime voice roles

Non-Anime voice roles

Documentaries

  • Into the Wind: The Sport of Powered Paragliding (2005 film by Chris Page) - Himself (Featured)

References

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  2. ^ As of the 2005 press release for Into the Wind, McAvin "has trained about 160 people to paraglide."
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