|Born||November 10, 1972|
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
|Title||Your Intrepid Host|
Trevor Devall (born November 10, 1972) is a Canadian voice actor and podcaster. He worked for various other studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for years, before he relocated to Los Angeles, California, US in 2013.
Trevor Devall was born on November 10, 1972, grew up in Edmonton, Alberta and was the youngest of five siblings. He was into theatre and did tap, jazz and Polynesian dance as a child. He attended the University of Alberta for drama and directed stage productions as well as student films.
Devall moved to Vancouver in 1998 to pursue a film directing career. While working for a talent agency, he made a demo tape for them and began landing work as a voice actor.
He is best known for voicing Hot Dog in Krypto the Superdog, Rocket Raccoon in the animated TV series Guardians of the Galaxy, Emperor Palpatine in Lego Star Wars, Pyro in X-Men: Evolution, Dukey in seasons 5 and 6 of Johnny Test (Taking over the role from Louis Chirillo), and various characters in the Netflix original series F Is for Family, as well as providing voices in English-language versions of various anime series, most notably as Mu La Flaga from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Mukotsu from InuYasha, Scourge from Transformers: Cybertron, Mr. Chang from Black Lagoon, and Aizawa from Death Note. He also voiced Hermiod on Stargate Atlantis and Ravus Nox Fleuret in the Final Fantasy XV video game and Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV feature film. Other than that, he voiced Mars in Dota 2 video game. On camera, he played Sir Atticus Moon in Big Time Movie. Devall played the voice of Rocket Raccoon in Marvel's animated Guardians of the Galaxy in 2015.
In 2019, he started the channel's channel on YouTube where he plays Role Playing Games solo. The Youtube channel follows the adventures of various characters, each one being the focus of a single season. In addition, Trevor also offers other content such as reviews of RPG systems, advice on how to run RPGs with a focus on solo gameplay and some interviews.
|2003||Bionicle: Mask of Light||Pohatu||Direct-to-video|
|2004||G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom||Wild Weasel|
|Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui||Nuju|
|Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows||Nuju / Rahaga / Iruini||Direct-to-video|
|2007||Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale||Lackey|
|2008||Sword of the Stranger||Isogai||English dub|
|2011||Underworld: Endless War||Lycan Darius / Vampires Kraven / Lord Clovis|
|2013||Escape from Planet Earth||Hazmats|
|2014||Slugterra: Ghoul from Beyond||The King of Sling|
|Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever||Wilson the Cockatoo|
|2015||Mune: Guardian of the Moon||Sohone / Zucchini|
|Batman vs. Robin||Jack||Direct-to-video |
|Justice League: Gods and Monsters||Emil Hamilton||Direct-to-video |
|Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!||Rocket Raccoon / J.A.R.V.I.S. / Malitri||Direct-to-video |
|2016||Open Season: Scared Silly||Shaw, Werewolf, Deputy #2||Direct-to-video |
|Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV||Ravus Nox Fleuret||English dub|
|2017||The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!||Elroy Jetson||Direct-to-video|
|Batman and Harley Quinn||Bobby Liebowitz|
|2018||Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay||Punch|
|The Death of Superman||Bruno Mannheim / Dabney Donovan|
|Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis||Ocean Master|
|2019||Reign of the Supermen||Dabney Donovan / Snakey Doyle / G. Gordon Godfrey|
|2020||Dragon Quest: Your Story||Slon the Rook, Frank||English dub|
|The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special||Emperor Palpatine|
|2021||Lego Star Wars: Terrifying Tales||Emperor Palpatine, Grand Moff Tarkin|
|2022||Tom and Jerry: Cowboy Up||Duke||Direct-to-video|
|Lego Star Wars: Summer Vacation||Emperor Palpatine, Wuher|
|2023||Justice League: Warworld||Drifter |
Between 2007–2013, Devall produced his own podcast, Voiceprint with Trevor Devall & Guests, where he interviewed fellow Vancouver-based voice actors and answered questions from fans. Each episode featured a different voice actor as the episode guest, though some episodes featured other people in the voice-acting business that may not actually be voice actors themselves; or behind-the-scenes looks at the life of a voice actor. Topics usually included how the guest made it into the voice-acting business, what it is like working in the industry, and the general lifestyle of a voice actor. The series concluded after 36 episodes in December 2013. Devall stated in the final episode that he hoped to continue the show with a "second season" following his move to Los Angeles, but this has not come to pass.
|Voiceprint with Trevor Devall & Guests|
|1||Sam Vincent||Premiere episode||July 16, 2007|
|2||Michael Dobson||July 25, 2007|
|3||Matt Hill||August 7, 2007|
|4||Vic Mignogna||Live interview at Animethon in Edmonton.||August 14, 2007|
|5||Kelly Sheridan||August 28, 2007|
|6||Brian Dobson||September 12, 2007|
|7||Brad Swaile||October 12, 2007|
|8||Scott McNeil||October 25, 2007|
|9||Karl Willems & Mike Iske||Director & Technician at Ocean Studios||November 15, 2007|
|10||Brian Drummond||November 27, 2007|
|11||Ian Corlett||February 20, 2008|
|12||Tabitha St. Germain||March 8, 2008|
|13||Behind the Toronto Con||A travel documentary by Devall and Brian Dobson of their experiences at Toronto AnimeCon, held March 15–16 2008 in Toronto, ON.
Features guest appearances by Kirby Morrow and Chris Patton.
|March 27, 2008|
|14||Terry Klassen||April 24, 2008|
|15||Maryke Hendrikse||May 22, 2008|
|16||Colin Murdock||September 26, 2008|
|17||Richard Ian Cox||October 17, 2008|
|18||Lee Tockar||December 2, 2008|
|19||Kirby Morrow||December 25, 2008|
|20||Secret Toy Surprise||Podcast Commentary for:
Gundam SEED episode 30 "Flashing Blades" with Sam Vincent
Death Note episode 13 "Confession" with Brian Drummond & Brad Swaile.
|March 2, 2009|
|21||James Corrigall||Director at Ocean Studios.||May 12, 2009|
|22||Cathy Weseluck||August 5, 2009|
|23||Kyle Hebert||Live interview at Matsuricon 2009 in Columbus, OH.||September 14, 2009|
|24||Alessandro Juliani||November 3, 2009|
|25||Garry Chalk||December 5, 2009|
|26||Intermission||Featuring Sam Vincent, Kirby Morrow, and Gardiner Millar||September 8, 2010|
|27||Chiara Zanni||September 23, 2010|
|28||Paul Dobson||December 17, 2010|
|29||Voltron Force!||From Koko Productions Studio during the recording of the final episode of the new Voltron.
Featuring the voices of Sam Vincent, Andrew Francis, Ron Halder, Ashleigh Ball, Ty Olsson, Giles Panton, Vincent Tong, Doron Bell Jr., Shannon Chan-Kent, and show producer Jeremy Corray.
|March 16, 2011|
|30||Lisa Ann Beley||July 1, 2011|
|31||James Arnold Taylor||Recorded in West Hollywood, CA||September 21, 2011|
|32||David Kaye||Recorded in West Hollywood, CA||November 25, 2011|
|33||Andrew Francis||May 2, 2012|
|34||Mark Oliver||October 1, 2012|
|35||Andrea Libman||February 6, 2013|
|36||Trevor Devall||Finale; In a reversal of roles, Devall was interviewed by series premiere guest Sam Vincent.||December 23, 2013|
Devall runs a web series in which he plays various table-top role-playing games for himself as both player and game master with the world and narrative generated on the fly as he plays. He has played a different game in each season of the series and has thus far played with the Savage Worlds, Ironsworn, and Dominion Rules systems. The series is currently in its 3rd season.
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