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Scott Menville Biography
Scott Menville born as Scott David Menville is an American actor, voice actor and musician best known for his voice work in animated films and television series including in Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, on the Teen Titans cartoon series, Lloyd Irving on Tales of Symphonia, on The Flintstone Kids, and Ma-Ti on Captain Planet and the Planeteers
He additionally voiced Jonny Quest on The New Adventures of Jonny Quest, Quicksilver on The Super Hero Squad Show and Kevin French on Mission Hill.
Menville is additionally an artist. He was the bassist for the Southern California musical crew Boy Hits Car, which discharged three collections until he left the band in 2006. He was with the band since their establishment. Menville has likewise taken an interest in non-voice acting jobs. He showed up in Ernest Goes camping as Crutchfield and had repeating jobs on Full House as Kimmy Gibbler’s sweetheart Duane, and on The Wonder Years as Wayne’s closest companion Wart.
As of late, he did the voices of Metamorpho in Batman: The Brave and the Bold, JT and Jimmy Jones on Ben 10, and repeats his job as Robin in Teen Titans Go!.
In 2016, he played Arthur, the Goodwin twins’ PC in the TV arrangement Second Chance and Sneezy in the Disney vivified TV arrangement The 7D. Later that equivalent year, he additionally repeated his job of Duane on a scene of Fuller House.
Scott Menville Age
Menville was born on 12 February 1971 in Malibu, California, United States. He is 48 years old as of 2019
Scott Menville Family
He is the son of Hollywood animator Chuck Menville. He has a stepbrother Chad Menville from his father’s side. His mother is not known
Scott Menville Wife
He is not married, he has kept his love life so personal. He is believed to be single.
Scott Menville Height
He stands at an average height of 6′ (1.83 meters) tall
Scott Menville Net Worth
He is said to have been making around $39.84 per hour or $52 thousand per year as an actor, and about $150 per hour playing as a voice actor. He has an estimated net worth of around $5 million
Scott Menville Full House
He appears as Duane, Kimmy Gibbler’s boyfriend in the American television sitcom Full House
Scott Menville Avatar
He voices Gan Jin tribesman, Malu, Actor Sokka, and many additional characters across seven episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Scott Menville Robin
He provided the voice of Robin on the Teen Titans cartoon series
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Scott Menville Interview
Scott Menville on How ‘Stretch Armstrong’ Compares to His Other Heroic Characters
How did you come to be involved with the Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters project?
Scott Menville: I auditioned. Then I didn’t hear anything and forgot all about it. A year later my agent called and said, “Do you remember auditioning for something called Stretch Armstrong over a year ago? Well, you have a callback to read for the producers.”
At the callbacks (in the same studio where we would ultimately record the entire series) they mixed and matched us with other actors to do chemistry reads—to see how we played off each other. If my memory is correct, I believe it came down to about 8 or 9 final actors for the three main characters (Jake/Stretch Armstrong, Ricardo/Omni-Mass, and Nathan/Wingspan).
The producers and our voice director, Collette Sunderman, kept switching up the groups of three, mixing and matching us with the other actors for the other roles. I’d be in the booth and read with one set of actors who were reading for Omni-Mass and Wingspan, and then those guys would go out and wait in the lobby while I read with the next set of actors reading for Omni-Mass and Wingspan. Then I would be sent out to wait in the lobby while another actor would go in to read for Stretch. Then they’d shuffle the order and bring me back in to read again.
What was your honest reaction to hearing that Hasbro was attempting to adopt the Stretch Armstrong toy? Did that perception change once you saw the script?
Menville: Immediately, from the audition scenes and from the character design, it was apparent that this was a completely new and fresh take on Stretch Armstrong. It was obvious right off the bat that this version was going to be a really cool project.
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How does Jake/Stretch compare to some of the other main characters you’ve played? How do you keep them separate in your performances?
Menville: I have played the title character, or a lead character, in several animated series over the years. Sometimes it’s easy to keep a character separate from other characters I’ve done, and sometimes I have to get a little more cerebral to figure out what separates them. For instance, in some ways, Jake/Stretch is similar to Robin, who I voiced on the original Teen Titans series. Robin’s parents are dead, which shapes who he is. Jake’s mom is dead, which shapes who he is. Robin is disciplined and pushes and drives himself to be better. Jake is disciplined and pushes and drives himself to be better.
So I look at the differences between them. Robin intended on being a hero and has trained and trained for it. Jake is accidentally thrust into the situation of reluctantly becoming a hero and he has to figure out what that means.
In relation to my vocal performances, Robin is headstrong, and skeptical, and has a hard time trusting anyone, so his voice is measured, guarded, and sort of pinched and steely. Jake/Stretch is more wide-eyed and trying to figure out life, so his voice is more open, with more inflection.
How does Jake/Stretch fit into the Flex Fighters team? How do the other members make him stronger, and vice versa?
Menville: The other members make Jake stronger by showing him that it’s OK to lighten up sometimes and to not be so rigid—to be more flexible. He makes them stronger by calming down Ricardo’s pride and helping him see that it’s okay to be a bit more humble and rational, and by helping boost Nathan’s confidence.
One of my favorite elements of the show is when we get to see our three heroes just trying to navigate their way through the everyday pitfalls of being teenagers in high school.