Clive Revill


April 18, 1930 (age 84)


Wellington, New Zealand


Character Actor

Character Voiced:

Dr. Gallio

Clive Revill

Clive Revill

Clive Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealand-born British character actor most notable for his musical theatre performances and on the London stage. On the Snorks, he's best known for voicing Dr. Gallio

Character Voiced

  • Dr. Gallio

Other Voice Roles

  • Narrator - Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
  • Emperor (original voice) - Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
  • Radio Announcer - Delta of Venus
  • Sorcerer Blowfish - The Little Mermaid (TV Series)
  • Alfred Pennyworth - Batman: The Animated Series
  • Potsworth - Midnight Patrol
  • Kickback and Slizardo - Transformers
  • Chico - The Boy With Two Heads

Acting Roles

  • Geoffrey Kenyon - BBC Sunday Night Theatre
  • Harry Kahn - Theatre 625
  • Volpone - Volpone
  • Rogozhin - The Private Life of Sherlock Homes
  • Howard K. Fleming - Brett
  • Rolf - Arthur of the Britons
  • Finlay Perkin - Centennial
  • John Wellington Wells - The Sorcerer (1982 TV movie)
  • Wizard Vector - Wizards and Warriors
  • Lord Loudoun - George Washington
  • Warren Ballard - Dynasty
  • Andre Bender - TJ Hooker
  • Inky - Magnum, PI
  • Slade Collins - The Love Boat
  • Sir Guy of Gisbourne - Star Trek: The Next Generation
  • Fire Marshall - Robin Hood: Men in Tights

Video Game Roles

  • Jetfire - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Additional voices - Star Wars: The Old Republic
  • John of Lancaster - Jeanne d'Arc
  • Dr. Doom - Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
  • Rhobar - Gothic 3
  • Thorin - The Hobbit
  • Hawkes - Conquest: Frontier Wars
  • Alfred Pennyworth - Batman & Robin
  • General Dodonna - Star Wars: X-Wing

Personal Life

Clive Revill was born in Wellington, New Zealand. He was trained to be an accountant in New Zealand, but chose a different career path in 1950 when he made his stage debut as Sebastian in Twelfth Night. After he moved to England, he made frequent appearances in The Shakesphere Memorial Theatre Company's 1956-1958 productions in Stratford (Hamlet, Julius Caesar, The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice, and Love's Labour's Lost). In 1952, he made his debut on Broadway as Mr. Pickwick in The Pickwick Papers. His numerous roles eventually garnered him a Tony Award nomination. His red hair and "Mr. Punch"-like features even garnered him several comedic roles in British films during the 60s and 70s. He even played humorous foreign characters ranging in different ethnicities from Chinese to Russian. He has since been a voice over artist ranging in different animated shows and movies, from Ducktales to the Transformers. He was married to Valerie Nelson from 1970 to 1977, and to Suzi Schor from 1978 to 1988. Through his second marriage, he has a daughter named Kate Selsby Revill. 

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