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Jack Angel (born October 24, 1930) is an Americanmarker voice actor, who has worked on many children's television series, movies and video games. His first jobs in the industry included guest appearances in various Scooby Doo cartoons as well as in the series Super Friends, in which he played Hawkman, The Flash and Samurai.

Angel was born in Modestomarker, Californiamarker. In the Transformers series, he was the voice of Astrotrain, Ramjet, Cyclonus (following the death of Roger C. Carmel), Omega Supreme, and Ultra Magnus (animated television series only). In 1995 he was the voice of Nikki in Balto, an animated film produced by Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment, and also appeared in Dino-riders and G.I.Joe. In these three cartoons, he often acts alongside Frank Welker, Chris Latta, Peter Cullen and Charlie Adler. He also voices the SWATbots on Sonic the Hedgehog. Also, he played the voice of Liquidator on Darkwing Duck. He played Chief of Police in Goof Troop and also voiced Nick Fury on Spider-Man:The Animated series.At Disney, He did the voice of Squeeks The Caterpillar in The Fox and the Hound, but he was credited as and Squeeks The Caterpillar, and did the addionital voices in Robin Hood & The Rescuers, but was uncredited.

In 2001 Angel was the voice of "Teddy" in the movie A.I. and provided additional voices in animated films such as Monsters, Inc, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Cars, Horton Hears a Who and the voice of the shark in Toy Story. Angel has also ventured into video games, and narrating the cult hit Killer 7 as well as playing Wonkers the Watilla in Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, The Mayor in Ratchet & Clank, and Captain Teague in the video game version of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.

In 2007, he voiced an alien called Technorg on Ben 10 and Comrade Chaos on El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera. In 2008, Angel voiced the Longshoreman in Gabor Csupo's animated feature Immigrants.

Jack Angel's popular radio programs were heard on stations KMPC and KFI, Los Angeles.

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