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Greg Abbey is a Actor born on 15 december 1962 at Roxbury (USA)

Greg Abbey

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Birth 15 december 1962 (56 years) at Roxbury (USA)

Gregory "Greg" Abbey (born December 15, 1962 Great Falls, Montana), also known under the aliases Frank Frankson and John Campbell, is an American voice actor who is known for working with 4Kids Entertainment, DuArt Film and Video, NYAV Post and Central Park Media. He is best known for his roles of Tristan Taylor from Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yusei Fudo from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's and Raphael from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. His alias "John Campbell" originates from a childhood friend of the same name, who is a competitive speech coach at Bellevue East High School, in Bellevue, Nebraska. Abbey was too embarrassed to put his own name as the voice actor of Tristan, so instead, put Campbell's name down. This is John Campbell's only claim to fame.

Usually with

Dan Green
Dan Green
(3 films)
Vinnie Penna
Vinnie Penna
(3 films)
Daniel Picard
Daniel Picard
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Greg Abbey (6 films)

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Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time, 50minutes
Origin Japon
Genres Fantasy, Animation
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, Time travel films, Children's films, Films about school violence
Actors Shunsuke Kazama, Kenn, Shintarō Asanuma, Takanori Hoshino, Ayumi Kinoshita, Kappei Yamaguchi
Rating64% 3.2481053.2481053.2481053.2481053.248105
As Yusei Fudo ponders the state of New Domino City, Jack Atlas and Crow Hogan cheer him up with the idea of riding on their Duel Runners. As they ride, a mysterious Turbo Duelist called Paradox challenges Yusei to a duel. Yusei summons his Stardust Dragon but Paradox seals it inside a card and disappears with it. They later discover an article that says Paradox killed Pegasus with Stardust and other famous dragons. Compounding the situation, New Domino City is vanishing. As a result, the Crimson Dragon appears, giving Yusei's Duel Runner the ability to travel through time.
Turtles Forever, 1h12
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Sports films, Comedy science fiction films, Martial arts films, Mise en scène d'un rongeur, Mise en scène d'une tortue, Superhero films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère, Reptile
Actors Michael Sinterniklaas, Vinnie Penna, Sam Riegel, Greg Abbey, Darren Dunstan, Marc Thompson
Roles Raphael
Rating77% 3.8936653.8936653.8936653.8936653.893665
The Ninja Turtles are alerted by their master Splinter that they have been careless and discovered fighting the Purple Dragons on TV. Denying this, they set out to break into the Purple Dragons' HQ to get to the bottom of these doppelgängers. Upon doing so, the Turtles discover that their "impostors" are Turtles from another universe. They escape together, but the '03 Turtles find the '87 team childish as they refuse talk until lunch. They enter a pizza place, only to terrify the citizens, who call the cops; the turtles flee, only for the '03 Turtles and Splinter to capture them. '87 Leo explains his team was fighting Shredder over Mutagen in the Technodrome; the dimensional teleporter backfired, sending them all to this world. Checking recent tremor reports, the Turtles find the Technodrome; however, '87 Shredder manages to elude them, forcing his foes to build a portal device to reach their universe for "anti-Technodrome gear". In the meantime, Shredder locates an '03 Shredder on an icy asteroid. After Ch'rell is thawed out, he is contained for vivisection, as he's too insane to work with; however, his adopted daughter, Karai, breaks into and frees him; she had been monitoring his exile.
The Hoax
The Hoax (2006)
, 1h56
Directed by Lasse Hallström
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about writers, Escroquerie
Actors Richard Gere, Alfred Molina, Marcia Gay Harden, John Carter, David Aaron Baker, Hope Davis
Rating66% 3.3488953.3488953.3488953.3488953.348895
In 1971, publishing executives at McGraw-Hill express an interest in Clifford Irving's novel, Rudnick's Problem, although Fake!, his previous work about art forger Elmyr de Hory, had sold poorly. Irving believes he has a breakout work at last, only to be told that the publishing house has decided against releasing the book after a Life editor deems it unsatisfactory.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, 1h26
Origin Japon
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Comedy, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, L'enfance marginalisée, Children's films, Films about school violence
Actors Shunsuke Kazama, Hiroki Takahashi, Kenjiro Tsuda, Junko Takeuchi, Tadashi Miyazawa, Kōji Ishii
Roles Tristan Taylor
Rating47% 2.3605352.3605352.3605352.3605352.360535
The story takes places in the middle of the second anime, between the third and the fourth seasons, according to original chronology in Japan.
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, 1h17
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Medical-themed films, Films about cats, Films about dogs, Ghost films, Zombie films, Films about viral outbreaks, Comedy horror films, Children's films, Disaster films
Actors Scott Innes, Billy West, Mary Kay Bergman, Frank Welker, Betty Jean Ward, Adrienne Barbeau
Roles Blake Jackson, Daphne's friend from high school.
Rating77% 3.8925253.8925253.8925253.8925253.892525
The movie opens with Mystery, Inc. being pursued by a moat monster. After an accident with Scooby-Doo (Scott Innes), he is caught and revealed to be a counterfeiter. This is actually an old case of the now-dissolved Mystery, Inc., who went their separate ways because they were frustrated with their mysteries having all involved mere crooks in monster costumes, as told on a talk show program by Daphne Blake (Mary Kay Bergman), who now, along with Fred Jones (Frank Welker), is running a successful TV series Coast to Coast with Daphne Blake, which involves her and Fred going to historic and inspiring places all across the country. For the show's upcoming second season, Daphne intends to visit haunted and mysterious places and track down real ghosts. When Daphne confesses on air that she misses the gang and that she wishes they were with her, Fred arranges a reunion and contacts Velma Dinkley (B.J. Ward), who has gone on and become the proprietor of a mystery bookstore, and Scooby and his owner Shaggy Rogers (Billy West), who have been bouncing from job to job, including working in customs at an airport, from which they were just fired after eating all the confiscated imported foods. The reunited gang surprise Daphne on her birthday and they go for a trip to Louisiana for her show.
The Secret of Mulan
Directed by Peter Fernandez
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy
Actors Greg Abbey, Leo Burmester, Lionel Girard Wilson, Jeff Bergman

The film features an anthropomorphic caterpillar named Mulan who takes her father's place in war against Mala-Khan using the pseudonym "Hua" (originally the character's surname, which here is pronounced "hoohah"). She leaves with her father's servant, Ewue.