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Justin Roiland

Justin Roiland is an American actor, animator, writer, producer and director. He is best known as the co-creator and executive producer of Adult Swim's Rick and Morty, in which he voices the show's titular characters. He also voices Oscar on Disney Channel's Fish Hooks, the Earl of Lemongrab on Cartoon Network's Adventure Time and Blendin Blandin on Gravity Falls. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kari Wahlgren, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Feb 21, 1980 In Stockton - Califórnia - USA
Movie/TV Credits:
20
First Appeared:
In the series House of Cosbys 2005-01-30
Latest Project:
Movie Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus 2019-08-16
Known For
Poster of Unbelievable Tales
Poster of Googas
Poster of Christmas World 2050
Filmography
Movie Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus Foodio 3000 / Weird Alien #1 / Excited Audience Member (voice) 2019-08-16
Movie Accounting Plus Out Now! (Director's Cut) Harold Jenkins 2018-10-18
Movie Smallfoot Garry (voice) 2018-09-20
Movie Seth Rogen's Hilarity for Charity Char (voice) 2018-04-06
Series Hot Streets Chubbie Webbers (voice) 2018-01-14
Movie Adventure Time: Elements Earl of Lemongrab (voice) 2017-04-17
Series H3 Podcast Himself 2016-12-20
Movie Gravity Falls: Weirdmageddon Blendin Blandin (voice) 2016-02-15
Series Star vs. the Forces of Evil Doop-Doop (voice) 2015-01-18
Movie The Animated Tales of GWAR Little Boy 2013-11-14
Series Rick and Morty Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith (voice) 2013-12-02
Series Gravity Falls Blendin Blandin (voice) 2012-06-15
Movie Unbelievable Tales Little Dipper 2011-10-21
Series Adventure Time Earl of Lemongrab 2010-04-05
Movie Googas 2008-10-26
Movie Mr. Sprinkles Mr. Sprinkles 2007-05-03
Movie The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti Doc Smith / Mharti McDonhalds (voice) 2006-10-29
Movie Christmas World 2050 King Snyder / Reginald 2006-10-29
Series Yacht Rock Christopher Cross 2005-06-26
Series House of Cosbys Multiple Cosbys 2005-01-30