Creator / David Warner
"There were certain young actors I had trained with at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art who had always got the big parts and I was always the spear-carrier. Suddenly the roles were reversed and I couldn't understand why, and nor could they."

David Warner (born July 29, 1941) is a British actor and voice actor with a long career in the theatre, television and film. He has played Hamlet, has been the Doctor... but if you grew up in the 90s, you'll probably recognise his voice as that of at least one Wicked Cultured-sounding cartoon supervillain (with the possible exception of Dr. Vic Frankenstein from Toonsylvania, as he was more of a sissy anti-hero and his being "wicked cultured" was either not brought up or played for laughs and Rob the Cyclops/Dr. Wrecker from The Amazing World of Gumball, who is a villain, but is only cultured because he has a British accent and majored in Canadian history). His voice is so distinctive that we could easily rename the Evil Brit in his honour.

He famously pulled triple-duty in TRON as Edward Dillinger, his program counterpart Sark and Big Bad MCP. His performance as Sark heavily influenced Corey Burton's Shockwave voice (so three guesses who got to voice Sark in Kingdom Hearts II).

Other roles:

Other films he appeared in include A Thousand Kisses Deep, Cast a Deadly Spell, Back to the Secret Garden, The Little Unicorn, My Best Friend is a Vampire and The Last Leprechaun, among many others.

No relation to the Australian Cricketer of the same name.