John Stocker
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
OccupationVoice actor
Years active1973–present

John Stocker is a Canadian voice actor. His career in voice acting began in the 1970s.

Life and career

In 1973, he joined a comedy troupe called the Zoo Factory, whose members consisted of Dan Hennessey, Bruce Gordon, Harriet Cohen and Jerelyn Craden.

On television, Stocker played the voice of Beastly, the clumsy and frantic, but smart villain on the Nelvana version of the Care Bears television series The Care Bears Family. He also voiced The Rat King in the series finale Care Bears Nutcracker Suite.

He and Zoo Factory alumnus Dan Hennessey appeared as Thomson and Thompson on The Adventures of Tintin.

In the film industry, he voiced the Cheshire Cat, as well as The Wizard's assistant Dim, in 1987's The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland, and he played a character named Sol in 1993's Look Who's Talking Now.

He was also the voice director on Beyblade, Medabots, Committed, Pandalian, Sailor Moon, Caillou, The Amazing Spiez!, Animated Tales of the World, Rob the Robot, Totally Spies!, Totally Spies! The Movie, Plop!, Mona the Vampire, Martin Mystery, What It's Like Being Alone, The Goal, Zeroman, Strawberry Cafe, Monster Buster Club, Chuck and Friends, Papaya Bull, The Magic Hockey Skates, Zac and Penny, Fugget About It, RedaKai: Conquer the Kairu, Ella the Elephant, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Flack, Ky Staxx, The Mulligans, Di-Gata Defenders, Mike the Knight, Dr. Dimensionpants, Timoon and the Narwhal, Nightfall, Tripping the Rift and Microfriends.

Stocker is one of the few voice actors to appear in all three of the Super Mario Bros. animated series, with one of the characters that he had voiced being Toad.[1] He has also done voices for many video games including Jagged Alliance 2, Naruto, Hype: The Time Quest, Spawn: In the Demon's Hand, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business and Silent Storm as well as voice directing Beyblade: Super Tournament Battle, Medabots Infinity, Sentinel: Descendants in Time and Magna Carta: Tears of Blood.

He has a daughter named Bailey, who is also an actress.


Film and television

Video games


  1. ^ Gordon, Alex (December 1997). "What's the Deal with Toad?". Electronic Gaming Monthly. No. 101. Ziff Davis. p. 158.
  2. ^ "John Stocker (visual voices guide)". Retrieved July 4, 2020. A green check mark indicates that a role has been confirmed using a screenshot (or collage of screenshots) of a title's list of voice actors and their respective characters found in its opening and/or closing credits and/or other reliable sources of information.((cite web)): CS1 maint: postscript (link)