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Barry Gjerde

Barry Gjerde was born on August 13, 1951 in Vestnes, Norway as Oddbjørn Egil Gjerde. He is known for his work on Bloody Roar 3 (2001), Soul Blade (1996) and WinBack: Covert Operations (2000). See full bio »

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Bloody Roar 3
Bloody Roar 3 Yugo Ogami / System Voice
Soul Blade
Soul Blade Cervantes de Leon / Narrator
WinBack: Covert Operations
WinBack: Covert Operations Ryan / Secretary of Defense / Additional Voices
Transformers Ultra Magnus


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 2015 Implosion: Never Lose Hope (Video Game)
Dr. Raymond Millar
 2006 Elebits (Video Game)
Opening Narrator (voice)
 2005 Musashi: Samurai Legend (Video Game)
Master Mew (English version, voice)
 2003 Transformers (Video Game)
Ultra Magnus (voice)
 2003 Garasu no bara (Video Game)
Denemon Yoshinodou / Ryouji Ihara (English version, voice)
 2003 Mega Man X7 (Video Game)
Red / Snipe Anteator (English version, voice)
 2001 Bloody Roar 3 (Video Game)
Yugo Ogami / System Voice (voice)
 2001 Shenmue II (Video Game) (English version, voice)
 2000 Silpheed: The Lost Planet (Video Game) (English version, voice)
 2000 WinBack: Covert Operations (Video Game)
Ryan / Secretary of Defense / Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 2000 Confidential Mission (Video Game) (voice)
 1999 Countdown Vampires (Video Game)
Sheck Gardner / Randy Jones / Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 1999 Crisis Zone (Video Game)
Additional Voices - Arcade Version / STF Commander Kessler - Console Version (voice)
 1998 Legend of Legaia (Video Game) (voice)
 1997 Bloody Roar (Video Game)
Alan Gado / Gregory 'Greg' Jones (voice)
 1996 Tobal No. 1 (Video Game)
Referee (voice)
 1996 Clock Tower (Video Game)
Rick (voice)
 1996 Soul Blade (Video Game)
Cervantes de Leon / Narrator (English version, voice)
 1996 Resident Evil (Video Game)
Barry Burton (English version, voice, uncredited)
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