Troper, what does the description say about Brian Drummond's Power Level?
IT'S OVER NINE-THOUSAAAAAND!!! *cracks*
WHAT, NINE THOUSAND?! THERE'S NO WAY THAT COULD BE RIGHT! CAN IIIIT!?
Yes, the man who brought us the "Over 9000" line as Vegeta has been around in the voice acting industry. Brian Drummond (born August 10, 1969 in Salmon Arm, British Columbia) of The Ocean Group in Vancouver, Canada is usually cast as the tough guy or the creepy character. He was put in the spotlight for his performance as Ryuk in Death Note.
Not to be confused with Ryan Drummond (though Brian ironically voiced Knuckles - a Sonic character - before). Or his daughter Brynna Drummond, who is also a voice actress (see: Babs Seed). His other two kids, Aidan and Ashlyn, also do voice acting as well.
Less than 9000 notable roles by Brian Drummond:
- Allen Schezar in The Vision of Escaflowne
- Benny in Black Lagoon
- Bolt Crank in Eat-Man (for the first episode, before the production company ran out of money for an English dub)
- Fujitaka Kinomoto (Aiden Avalon) from Cardcaptor Sakura
- Gundam franchise:
- HeatMan, MoltanicMan/NapalmMan, SkullMan, and WhaleMan in MegaMan NT Warrior
- Jack Cisco and Oscar Hemeros in Zoids: New Century
- Blake in Zoids Fuzors
- Merihim / Shiro in Season 1 of Shakugan no Shana
- Ryuk in Death Note
- Saito in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex OVAs
- Transformers Unicron Trilogy:
- Tiger Of The Wind in Monster Rancher
- Vegeta and Yajirobe in the Ocean Group dub of Dragon Ball Z
- Copy-Vegeta in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Super
- Dragalia Lost
- AC-011 Garland, Ebisu, Karl, Thaniel, Rodrigo, Xenos, Zhu Bajie, (High) Zodiark.
- Gorgutz 'Ead Hunter from Dawn of War
- Heero Yuy (Zechs' rival) in Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 (replacing Louis Chirillo)
- Red Wolf in Action Man: X Missions - The Movie.
- Barbie movies:
- Jetstorm in Beast Machines
- Toas Matau and Onewa from BIONICLE
- Dozer, George and Break-Itt in Dino Trux
- The titular character in Geronimo Stilton
- Sherman Cortez, Krytus, Krocomodo, Zug and Sheriff Johnson in Hot Wheels: Battle Force 5
- Streaky the Supercat and Eddie Whitney in Krypto the Superdog
- Shahrukh, Shivers, Ollie and Ling Pen in Littlest Pet Shop (2012)
- Principal 100100 in Mega Man: Fully Charged
- Spleen in Mune: Guardian of the Moon (the 2014 English dub)
- My Little Pony franchise:
- Spike in My Little Pony (G3)
- Mr. Carrot Cake, Dr. Hooves/Time Turner (once), Noteworthy (once), Sheriff Silverstar, Uncle Mosely Orange, young "Dumbbell" (the brown pegasus jock), Caramel/Chance-A-Lot (once), Lucky Clover (once), the doctor Earth pony stallion ("Dr. Muffin Top"), Filthy Rich, Ahuizotl, Seabreeze, and Double Diamond in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
- Lyle in Nerds and Monsters
- Satis in Ōban Star-Racers
- Copernicus in Packages from Planet X
- Thunderbell in Rainbow Ruby
- Face 9000 and Dr. Bergs in Ready Jet Go!
- Bird Bud 8 in Snoopy in Space and The Snoopy Show
- Knuckles in Sonic Underground
- Venom in Spider-Man Unlimited
- Carver in Storm Hawks
- Squidious, Doometrodon and several extras in Super Dinosaur
- The King of the Underworld in Wishfart
- Keo in Yakkity Yak
- McMeer in Zigby
Tropes that apply to Brian Drummond:
- Casting Gag: He was cast in Dragon Ball Super as a clone of Vegeta, squaring off with the character voiced by his successor Christopher Sabat.
- Large Ham: Vegeta again. Gorgutz also. Jetstorm too. Noticing a pattern here?
- Relationship Voice Actor: A lot of times in the Gundam franchise with Kirby Morrow, Brad Swaile, Scott McNeil and Ted Cole.