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JB Blanc

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JB has been an actor and director for 25 years since graduating from London’s Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art, working in all aspects of the business including Film, Television, Radio, Theatre, Motion Capture and Voice Acting. He started his career on the London theater scene working nationally and internationally, including 3 years at The Royal National Theatre in productions of Mary Stuart, Chips With Everything, Flight and The Oedipus plays directed by Sir Peter Hall. Film and TV work includes Muppets Most Wanted, Red Dawn, The Count Of Monte Cristo, Pirates Of The Carribean, Tristan And Isolde, Breaking Bad, The Brink, Shameless, The Company, CSI: NY, Burn Notice, Vegas, Nikita, Cold Case, The Unit, Prison Break, NYPD Blue and others. His Video Game work includes: Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor (Voice Director and Actor), Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (Voice Director and Actor) Bane in Batman: Arkham Origins, Wildstar, Evolve, Elder Scrolls, Call Of Duty, Skylanders, Titanfall, Final Fantasy, Knack, Assassin’s Creed, Transformers, Saints’ Row IV, XCOM, Fuse, Metal Gear Risng, World Of Warcraft, Darksiders, Diablo III, Uncharted, Street Fighter and many more. JB was Alfred in Beware The Batman on Cartoon Network and has performed voices in many animated series including Pickle and Peanut, Avengers Assemble, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Scooby Doo, Hulk And The Agents Of Smash, Ultimate Spider Man, Trip Tank, Black Panther, Blade, Wolverine, Naruto, Bleach and many others. JB Blanc was born in France, raised in North Yorkshire and graduated from Sedbergh in 1987. He was the youngest person that year to win a coveted place at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), where he spent 3 years beginning to learn his craft. Since then he has worked as an actor and director in all aspects of the entertainment business, including film, radio, theatre, television, video games, animation, voiceover and motion capture. His career began on the London Fringe where, along with recently appointed Artistic Director of The Royal National Theatre, Rufus Norris, he started a theatre company for actors who had recently graduated from accredited drama schools to provide a forum for the kind of experimentation and freedom of expression every young actor needs. The company enjoyed much success and acclaim and soon JB was working regularly in regional theatre around Britain. In 1997, he joined the Royal National Theatre and spent three very happy years in various productions with directors that included Howard Davies and Sir Peter Hall. After a brief sabbatical, JB was cast in Touchstone Pictures’ 2002 film, The Count Of Monte Cristo with Guy Pearce, Richard Harris and James Caviezel. On the back of critical acclaim for his role, he decided in 2002 to move to Los Angeles and pursue a career in film and television. Since then, JB has appeared in over 20 television series and several motion pictures, expanding his career to incorporate voiceover and the ever-growing world of video games. He is now one of the most prolific video game voice actors in the world, with close to 150 titles to his name and several animated series. As well as acting, he also directs the voices for many of the leading game companies including Warner Brothers, Activision and 2K Games. He continues to enjoy a busy and consistent career in television and film and still lives in Los Angeles, California with his daughter Malia and their loving Labrador, Apollo.

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