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Michael Daingerfield

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Occupation  Actor
Name  Michael Daingerfield

Role  Actor
Spouse  Lori Eisenhaur (m. 2008)
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Full Name  Michael Daingerfield Hall
Born  October 29, 1970 (age 45) (1970-10-29) Ontario, Canada
Residence  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Website  michaeldaingerfield.com
Movies and TV shows  The Package, Ice Pilots NWT, The Messengers, Transformers: Armada, Tooth Fairy
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Michael Daingerfield Hall (born October 29, 1970) is a Canadian actor, voice actor, acting coach and founder of On The Mic Training, a voice acting school in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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He is best known for his voice roles of Ace Ventura in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Braeburn in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Sesshomaru in Inuyasha: The Final Act and Gintoki Sakata in the Ocean dub of Gintama, as well as his portrayal of Gordon Godfrey on the CW's Smallville.

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Early life and education

Daingerfield grew up in Toronto, Ontario. He attended Murray State University in Kentucky on a tennis scholarship. He graduated with a degree in business and administration.

Career

Michael Daingerfield's very first voice acting job was playing Ace Ventura on the Nickelodeon/CBS cartoon series of the same name. According to Dan Hennessey the Voice Director for Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Daingerfield did a few of Jim Carrey's ADR lines in the second Ace Venutra movie (Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls), when Mr. Carrey was unavailable to do them himself.

In 2006, Daingerfield wrote, produced and starred in, "Daingerfield", a short feature loosely based on his life.

In 2007, Daingerfield founded On the Mic Training, a Vancouver based, voice acting school where he and many other Vancouver voice actors train students in voice-over.

In 2017, he was cast as the lead role of Gintoki Sakata in the Ocean dub of Gintama.

Personal life

In 2007, Daingerfield ranked third in Canada for Men's Singles over 35 tennis.

References

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