TERRENCE SCAMMELL – DIRECTOR
Terrence has been directing voices for animated television series, specials and feature films, as well as documentaries, for going on 20 years.
As an animation voice director, he has worked in Montreal, Vancouver, New York and Los Angeles on over 50 television series, and more than a dozen television specials and feature films, for an international clientele of European, American and Canadian production houses. His work includes the popular animated series Tripping the Rift, starring Tony Shaloub, Stephen Root and Carmen Electra, for the Space Channel; the Emmy-winning children’s classic, Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat (40 episodes) for PBS Kids; the BAFTA-nominated series Rotten Ralph for the BBC; and the animated feature Pinocchio 3000 starring Whoopi Goldberg, Howie Mandel and Malcolm McDowell, which won Spain’s Goya Award for Best Animated Feature in 2004.
In the documentary field, Terrence was the voice director for the PBS 90-minute feature The Six-Day War, and the 10-part series, Arctic Lands for the CBC, among others.
Terrence is also a dubbing director, directing the dubbing of foreign-language feature films and television series, both live action and animation.
In addition to his work as a voice director, Terrence is also an ACTRA award winning voice performer. He has provided principal character voices in over 200 animated series as well as narrating numerous documentaries and voicing commercial advertisements for both radio and television.