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Lex Lang (full name: Walter Alexis Lang, born November 12, 1965 in Hollywood, California) is one of the busiest voice actors today, being best known as the voice of Goemon in Lupin III. He also does ADR work and has trained voice actors for many media outlets. Besides anime, he does film, video games, western animation, and redubbing for content, and even movie trailers! He is also a part-time musician, being lead singer and guitarist of his band, LeXLang, an alongside voice actor Bentley Mitchum in a band named The Velvet Box. Lex has also started a recycling awareness program called the Love Planet Foundation.
He is married to fellow voice actress Sandy Fox, who plays with her husband in an acoustic group called Butterfly. A bit of trivia is that he once was a contestant on Whammy back in 2002. His wife would later be on that show a year later. He initially started to decrease his presence from anime voice acting in 2009, due to his work as a humanitarian, but in 2015, he recently started returning doing anime voice work in Durarara!!x2. In addition, he also has done some ADR Direction for Bang Zoom! Entertainment.
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Notable roles by Lex Lang:
- Alan in MÄR
- Anjuro "Angelo" Katagiri in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable
- Bismark Waldstein in Code Geass R2
- Title character in the Blue Dragon anime adaptation
- Cain in Nightwalker
- Caine Tokioka in éX-Driver (also as voice director)
- Title charater in Captain Harlock
- Crim in .hack//SIGN
- Cruhteo in Aldnoah.Zero
- Duane in IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix
- Egor and Shu Aozaki in Durarara!!x2
- Frank in Argento Soma
- Genjo Sanzo in Saiyuki RELOAD/Saiyuki RELOAD Gunlock
- Goemon Ishikawa XIII from Lupin III
- Hagakure Kaguko in Apocalypse Zero
- Hayate Gekko and Teuchi Ichiraku in Naruto
- Issei Ryudou in Fate/stay night
- Kenshiro in Fist of the North Star (You're already dead)
- Kouji Sagara in Tenjho Tenge
- Marechiyo Oomaeda in Bleach
- Maxie in Pokémon Generations
- Meito Anizawa (Anime Tenchou) in Lucky Star
- Nagira in Witch Hunter Robin
- Rayearth, Windham, Lantis, Satoru Shidou, and Zagato in Magic Knight Rayearth
- Ryoma Nagare in Getter Robo
- Ryosuke "Ry" Takahashi and the announcer in Initial D
- Sanosuke Sagara in Rurouni Kenshin
- Shun Aurora in Heat Guy J
- Slash in Mahoromatic
- Soichiro Kuzuki in Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] and Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel (replacing Patrick Seitz)
- Son Goku in Dragon Ball Super (Bang Zoom! dub)
- Tow-Line in Transformers: Robots in Disguise
- WarGreymon and the WarGreymon half of Omnimon in Digimon Adventure
- Cyberdramon in Digimon Tamers
- Captain Atom in Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
- Doto Kazehana in Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
- The Narrator in John Carpenter's Vampires (uncredited)
- PC in Little Alvin and the Mini-Munks
- Rick Flag in Justice League: The New Frontier
- Silver Samurai in The Wolverine (uncredited)
Live Action TV
- Cyborsect in Masked Rider
- Ecliptor in Power Rangers in Space
- Louie Kaboom in Power Rangers Zeo
- Rygog and Lerigot in Power Rangers Turbo
- Zen-Aku in Power Rangers Wild Force
- Ash from Phantom Brave
- Bunji Kugashira in Gungrave
- Din Korlack and others in the Mass Effect video games
- Grim Creeper in Skylanders
- Han Solo in the Star Wars video games
- Harley in Digital Devil Saga (uncredited)
- Dr. Neo Cortex in Crash Bandicoot (since Crash Twinsanity, replacing Clancy Brown)
- Poe Dameron in Star Wars Battlefront II (2017)
- Spyglass in Titanfall
- Toki in Hokuto Musou
- Torvald Stavig in Evolve
- Lt. Virgil in Xenosaga
- Yugo Ogami in Bloody Roar
- Zhuge Liang, Sima Yi, and Ling Tong in Dynasty Warriors
- Captain Cold, Atomic Skull, and Heat Wave in Justice League Unlimited
- Doctor Doom in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!
- Hundley and the Doorman in Curious George (replacing Bill Chott)
- Grimbor and RJ Brande in Legion Of Superheroes
- Kenny in South Park (narration for "The Scoots")
- Major Vonreg in Star Wars Resistance
- Metallo, Hamilton Hill, Riddleman and the Basil Karlo incarnation of Clayface in The Batman
- Dr. Polaris, Gold, Hydrogen, Young!Wildcat, the Dick Grayson Batman and Hourman in Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Tropes associated with Lex Lang:
- Badass Baritone: At the start of his voice acting career, he uses a deep voice for many of his characters. However, he became capable of adjusting his own voice for teenage characters like Ash.
- Game Show Appearance: Both he and Sandy appeared on Whammy as contestants.
- Happily Married/Relationship Voice Actor: To Sandy Fox. They often work together in a lot of projects.
- Idol Singer: Along with his wife Sandy Fox.
- Man of a Thousand Voices: Okay ladies and gentlemen, here's a list of demos and clips that he's done. Have fun!