Jeff Bennett was born on October 2, 1962 in Houston, Texas, USA as Jeffrey Glenn Bennett. He is an actor, known for Johnny Bravo (1997), James Bond Jr. (1991) and Enchanted (2007).
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The voice of Johnny Bravo
Remarkable ability to alter his voice to make each character unique.
Is listed as one of the top names in the voiceover industry, and is quite versatile. He joins the ranks of Corey Burton, Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Tara Strong, Jess Harnell, Phil LaMarr, and John DiMaggio among many others.
Along with fellow voice-over actors John DiMaggio, and Kevin Michael Richardson, Bennet got the opportunity to voice the classic Dc Comics character, the Joker, in "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" (2008).
Took over for two actors in the Star Wars series: voiced Jango Fett, who was originally portrayed by actor Temuera Morrison, and voiced Count Dooku, who was originally played by Christopher Lee.
Best known as the voice of Johnny Bravo, which he made sound like Elvis Presley.
He auditioned for the voice of Boomhauer in King of the Hill.
Is a Big Monty Python fan, and generally an admirer of British Comedies, and it shows in many of his characters including Lord Bravery in "Freakazoid" (1995).
According to fellow voice actor Rob Paulsen, his impression of Christopher Walken is so accurate that when other voice actors are asked to impersonate Walken, they usually do "a bad impression of Jeff doing a good impression".