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Michael Donovan


Michael Donovan

Michael Donovan
Born Michael David Donovan
Other names Michael David Donovan, Mike Donovan
Occupation Voice Actor, Voice Director, Casting Director
Notable credit(s) Conan the Adventurer
as Conan and others
as Phong, Mike the TV
as Suikotsu
X-Men: Evolution
as Sabretooth
Ronin Warriors
as Cye Mouri, Sage Date
Ranma 1/2
as Ryoga Hibiki

Michael David Donovan is a Canadian voice actor who has done voices for many TV shows and anime. He is best known for his voice on the series Conan the Adventurer. He played the lead role of Conan, as well as many others. He is also known for his work on ReBoot for his voices of Phong, Mike the TV, Cecil, and Al.

Michael Donovan has also provided the voice of Wolf Bronski for Exosquad, Sabretooth for X-Men: Evolution, Grey Hulk for The Incredible Hulk and She-Hulk, and Carnage for Spider-Man Unlimited. He provided the voices of Spike the Dog and Droopy on the hit WB series Tom & Jerry Tales. He also provided the voice for Ryoga Hibiki in the anime series Ranma ½, Suikotsu in InuYasha, as well as Cye of Torrent and Sage of Halo in Ronin Warriors.

He has also directed many animated series and feature films. He is currently living in Los Angeles, California.


  • Roles 1
    • Animation 1.1
    • Anime 1.2
    • Video games 1.3
  • Directing and Casting Credits 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4




Video games

Directing and Casting Credits


  1. ^ Legend of Korra Season 3 Episode 2 closing credits
  2. ^  
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  4. ^ Toys for Bob.  

External links

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