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Lloyd Sherr

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Lloyd Sherr , also known by his stage name Max Raphael, is an American voice actor. Sherr has been credited in many forms of media, most notably as narrator of the History Channel show Modern Marvels, for which his voice has become a trademark of the History Channel.
Sherr has also narrated other History Channel series such as Command Decisions and Engineering Disasters.

In the Cars series, Sherr is the present-day voice of Fillmore, filling in for the late George Carlin.

He's also well known for his voiceover work in various video games, such as Cronos in God of War II, bounty-hunter Calo Nord in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Diego in Gothic 3 and EverQuest II. In TV, he performed the roles of Vathek in W.I.T.C.H., Jibolba in the Nickelodeon series Tak and the Power of Juju, Everett in Barnyard and Back at the Barnyard, Father in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and the Narrator in Random! Cartoons. He has also voiced narration for videos produced by Scientology regarding Thetan existence, and the 8 dynamics. Sherr is also the current voice of Fillmore in the Cars franchise, replacing the deceased George Carlin. He also voiced Tony Trihull in Cars 2. In Cars 2: The Video Game, Sherr reprised his role as Fillmore.

Sherr's stage name is a combination of his children's names, Max and Raphael .


 early life
Sherr was born in San Antonio, Texas.

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