School of Visual Arts
| A.J. Locascio|
| July 11, 1987 (age 28) (1987-07-11) New Jersey, U.S.|
A.J. LoCascio, AJ LoCascio, AJ Locascio
Actor, film director, film producer
A.J. Locascio Wikipedia
A.J. Locascio (born July 11, 1987) is an American actor, voice actor, film director and film producer, best known for his voice acting role in Back to the Future: The Game as Marty McFly.
Locascio grew up in New Jersey before moving to New York City where he attended the School of Visual Arts.
In an interview for the release of Back to the Future: The Game, Locascio said that when he was a kid that people used to say that he sounded like Marty McFly from Back to the Future. Since Michael J. Fox was unavailable to voice Marty (although he voiced Willie McFly and Marty Future in Episode 5), Locascio auditioned for the part and got it.
Locascio has performed as a voice actor on other projects, along with directing, producing and working in the costume & wardrobe department. He has also worked on a nostalgia-heavy talk show pilot called "Yesterday Tonight", where he is a co-host.
Locascio currently stars in a Minecraft webshow called Seedlings as the main character Mark.
Locascio voiced Emmet in the Legoland 4D short subject The Lego Movie 4D: A New Adventure. This was because Chris Pratt (the original voice actor for the character) was unavailable at that time.
Locascio is voicing Prince Lotor, son of Zarkon on season 3 and onward for Voltron: Legendary Defender.