Dwayne Hill

Dwayne Hill

Over the course of his career, Dwayne Hill has lent his memorable voice to a variety of Hollywood productions. Hill's career began with roles in "La Femme Nikita" (1996-2001), "Doc" (ION Television Network, 2000-05) and "Street Time" (Showtime, 2001-03). He also appeared in the TV movie "Meet Prince Charming" (Cinemax, 1999-2000). Hill also brought characters to life with his vocal talents in "Dumb Bunnies" (CBS, 1998-99). And "Seven Little Monsters" (PBS, 2000-03). In the early 2000s, Hill devoted his time to various credits, such as "The Ripping Friends" (Fox, 2001-02), "Playmakers" (ESPN Network, 2002-03) and "Beautiful Girl" (ABC Family, 2003-04). He also worked on "The Safety of Objects" (2003), "Atomic Betty" (Cartoon Network, 2004-05) and "Hustle: The Pete Rose Story" (ESPN Network, 2004-05). He also acted in films like the comedy "Mean Girls" (2004) with Lindsay Lohan and the Scott Baio comedy "Ham & Cheese" (2007). He also was featured in the TV movies "I Do, They Don't" (ABC Family, 2004-05) and "A Christmas Wedding" (Lifetime, 2006-07). He also lent his distinctive voice to "Atomic Betty: The No-L Nine" (Cartoon Network, 2005-06) and "Total Drama" (Cartoon Network, 2007-). Hill most recently voiced characters in the Julie Lemieux animated movie "Z-Baw. Mejores amigos" (2012).