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Craig Raisner

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Name  Craig Raisner
Role  Television actor

Education  Boston University
TV shows  Korgoth of Barbaria
Craig Raisner
Born  April 15, 1961 (age 54) (1961-04-15)

Craig T. Raisner (born April 15, 1961) is a voice actor, composer, writer and film/television producer. He is a native of Toledo, Ohio, known primarily for playing Gog-Ma-Gogg in Cartoon Network's Adult Swim animated series Korgoth of Barbaria.


He is not related to Albert Raisner of the Trio Raisner.


Raisner is a comedian trained at The Second City and is a reluctant stand-up comedian in the Hollywood area. He has several on-screen credits, such as Louis in the underground classic film Le Petomane: Parti Avec le Vent. As a voice-over actor, he has worked in the regional commercial market. He has credits as a Stage Manager in New York and with the Broadway show Jellyroll. He is a composer and pianist and has credits accompanying or conducting over 40 Broadway shows. He is also a writer and freelance producer in television and motion pictures.


  • He attended Maumee Valley Country Day School in Toledo, Ohio.
  • While attending Boston University College of Fine Arts, Raisner was in the same class as actor Michael Chiklis.
  • References

    Craig Raisner Wikipedia

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