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  • Paul Rugg
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  • Paul Rugg is an American writer and voice actor.
  • Paul Rugg is the voice actor who voices Savage.
  • Paul Rugg is an American screen writer, producer, and voice actor.
  • Currently, he works on the Disney animated series, The 7D, which he also voices in.
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  • Paul Kevin Rugg (born October 21, 1960) is an American screenwriter, producer and voice actor who voiced Manny on the ABC Kids short Manny the Uncanny, The Dark Lord Chuckles the Silly Piggy on the Disney Channel animated series Dave the Barbarian and Hans Rotwood on American Dragon: Jake Long. He currently voices Lord Starchbottom in the series The 7D, a show in which he also writes.
  • Rugg wrote about his work using the HDPS on his blog, stating: Rugg has served as a performer in Henson's Puppet Up! - Uncensored stage show since its founding in 2005. He was co-creator and director of the Henson webseries The Sam Plenty Cavalcade of Action! Show Plus Singing!, and played Captain Futz in the Henson webseries S.U.D.S..
  • Paul Rugg (born October 21, 1960) is an American screen writer, producer, and voice actor who voices Lord Starchbottom and few other minor characters on The 7D. He also writes for the aforementioned show. Rugg also appeared live as the eccentric character "Manny" in the ABC Kids short Manny the Uncanny. Rugg created and directed The Sam Plenty Cavalcade of Action Show Plus Singing with Mitch Schauer, on behalf of The Jim Henson Company. He also played the voice of Principal Rotwood in the Disney Channel Original series American Dragon Jake Long.
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  • Hitman: Blood Money
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Birthplace
Job
  • Writer; voice actor
Eyes
  • Brown
Age
  • 56
Hair
  • Gray
Name
  • Paul Rugg
Caption
  • Paul Rugg at Comic-Con in San Diego, 2008
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Titles
  • Voice Actor
Place of Birth
  • Los Angeles, California
Occupation
  • Screen writer, Producer & Voice actor
ID
  • 25025
Emmyawards
  • 1997
  • Tiny Toon Adventures
  • 'Pinky and the Brain''
Gender
  • Male
Date of Birth
  • 1960-10-21
Voices
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  • Write the first section of your page here.
  • Paul Kevin Rugg (born October 21, 1960) is an American screenwriter, producer and voice actor who voiced Manny on the ABC Kids short Manny the Uncanny, The Dark Lord Chuckles the Silly Piggy on the Disney Channel animated series Dave the Barbarian and Hans Rotwood on American Dragon: Jake Long. Rugg has worked extensively in the field of animation. His list of credits include writing for, co-producing, and playing the voices of several cartoon characters, first being credited as "Mr. Director" (a Jerry Lewis-esque character) from Animaniacs. Afterwards, he voiced the title character Freakazoid and Histeria. Rugg was recruited to the Warner Brothers Television Animation team headed up by Jean MacCurdy and Tom Ruegger and was a key contributor to their various series in the 1990s. He currently voices Lord Starchbottom in the series The 7D, a show in which he also writes.
  • Paul Rugg is an American writer and voice actor.
  • Paul Rugg is the voice actor who voices Savage.
  • Paul Rugg is an American screen writer, producer, and voice actor.
  • Currently, he works on the Disney animated series, The 7D, which he also voices in.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Paul Rugg Real Name Unknown Job Titles Voice Actor First publication Unknown
  • Rugg wrote about his work using the HDPS on his blog, stating: Rugg has served as a performer in Henson's Puppet Up! - Uncensored stage show since its founding in 2005. He was co-creator and director of the Henson webseries The Sam Plenty Cavalcade of Action! Show Plus Singing!, and played Captain Futz in the Henson webseries S.U.D.S.. A founding member of the ACME Comedy Group, Rugg has also written and supplied voices for Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Histeria, and Freakazoid, as well as Buzz Lightyear of Star Command and Dave the Barbarian. On-camera, Rugg played Manny the Uncanny and Alistair Flyndiggery in interstitial segments on ABC's One Saturday Morning.
  • Paul Rugg (born October 21, 1960) is an American screen writer, producer, and voice actor who voices Lord Starchbottom and few other minor characters on The 7D. He also writes for the aforementioned show. Rugg has worked extensively in the field of animation. His list of credits include writing for, co-producing, and playing the voices of several cartoon characters, first being credited as "Mr. Director" (a Jerry Lewis-esque character when he screams) from Animaniacs. Afterwards, he voiced the title character in Freakazoid and the Histeria! portrayal of Nostradamus, as well as the main recurring villain, the Dark Lord Chuckles the Silly Piggy, in the Disney series Dave the Barbarian. He also provided the voice of Barbra for Cartoon Network's Secret Mountain Fort Awesome in 2011. Rugg also appeared live as the eccentric character "Manny" in the ABC Kids short Manny the Uncanny. Rugg created and directed The Sam Plenty Cavalcade of Action Show Plus Singing with Mitch Schauer, on behalf of The Jim Henson Company. He also played the voice of Principal Rotwood in the Disney Channel Original series American Dragon Jake Long. Rugg was once—along with Adam Carolla and John P. McCann (his co-producer on Freakazoid)—an improvisational actor at the Acme Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles, where he created the character Manny the Uncanny. Rugg was recruited to the Warner Brothers Television Animation team headed up by Jean MacCurdy and Tom Ruegger and was a key contributor to their various series in the 1990s. Rugg recently moderated a panel about some of the classic series produced during this time at Comic-Con in 2008. (Participants included Paul Dini, Jean MacCurdy, McCann, and Andrea Romano). Paul Rugg later worked with Brian Henson when he took up puppeteer work for Puppet Up and other projects of the Jim Henson Company under its "Henson Alternative" banner. In 2010, Paul Rugg, along with Tom Ruegger, Sherri Stoner, Nathan Ruegger and John P. McCann appeared in The Nostalgia Critic's Animaniacs Tribute and was interviewed by The Critic. Rugg has been nominated for several Emmys, and has received three. He lives up the coast from Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.
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