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Brian Cummings

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Brian Cummings is an American voice actor.

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He is known for his work in radio and television commercials, television and motion picture promos, cartoons and as the announcer on The All-New Let's Make a Deal from 1984 to 1985. Having begun the pursuit of his chosen career at a local radio station in Aberdeen, South Dakota, during his senior year in high school, Brian set his sights high and has continued to "talk" a lot.

Brian was the closing announcer for ALF in syndication and has also been the long-time voice of Buena Vista Home Entertainment (now Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment's) trailers and promotions.

This vocal talent has performed on multiple animated series from the 1980s till present. Among his most famous roles are those of Mr. Hollywood, whose catchphrase is "Ain't that cute...BUT IT'S WRONG" on 2 Stupid Dogs, Doctor Mindbender on G.I. Joe, the dumb Clyde Cat on Tom and Jerry Kids, Doofus Drake on Duck Tales and he can also be heard as the voice of Sokolov in the Metal Gear Solid videogames.

Brian Cummings is not related to fellow voice actor Jim Cummings.

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