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Jonathan Potts

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Jonathan Potts is a Canadian actor whose career began in the late 1980s. His earliest work was as the voice of Troy Jeffries in the animated television series Beverly Hills Teens. He is best known for providing the voice of Link from The Legend of Zelda animated series. He also voiced Link in the cartoon Captain N: The Game Master. Although Potts is perhaps best known for his voice acting in video game-themed cartoons, he also voiced the character Delbert in the Swamp Thing animated series, did several voices on The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Ultraforce, Roboroach, Rescue Heroes, Free Willy, Grossology, Flash Gordon, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Knights of the Zodiac and Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend. He also supplied the voice of Jumberto the Jackrabbit in JoJo's Circus and played Pighead in Fox Kids' Piggsburg Pigs. In addition to his work in voice acting, Potts has had some minor live-action roles. He played the part of Professor Lowe in the 2002 slasher film Jason X, and can also be seen in the films Hostile Intent and in the direct-to-video sequel of Cruel Intentions. He also played Tala Ivanov in Beyblade.

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