8 recent voice performances by 'The A-Team' actor Dwight Schultz

Superheroes, villains, and video game characters — Howling Mad Murdock voiced them all.

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Dwight Schultz, whose first name is William, is best known for his roles as "Howling Mad" Murdock on The A-Team and Reginald Barclay on Star Trek. Although the actor spent a lot of time in front of the camera and played minor roles in other series and films, he also spent a lot of time behind a microphone.

After The A-Team ended, many fans wondered what their favorite actors would do next. For Schultz, he found a lengthy voice acting career that keeps him going even in recent years. He started his voice performance journey as early as 1981, voicing characters in video games, animated series and cartoon films.

From voicing a bad guy on the PowerPuff Girls to voicing the character of an evil genius who made wings to fly, there's no limit to what Schultz can do. Here are eight recent (in the past five years) voice performances by the actor.

1. Ben 10 - Dr. Animo/ Shepherd/ Lumberjack

 

Voice performance in television (2016-2021)

Schultz got a chance to be the voice of three characters on Ben 10, ultimately being a part of 9 episodes. The show is an animated series aired on Cartoon Network that was popular in the United States and many other countries.

2. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - Papu Papu

 

Voice performance in video games (2017)

Have you ever wondered who was behind the voices of video game characters? Schultz is one of them, and this is just one of his many video game voice performances. This legendary game is a compilation of the first three released in 1996, 1997 and 1998. Schultz voiced the character Papu Papu.

3. All Hail King Julien: Exiled - Karl, Father Tentacle, Chimp, Fore-Vegetable, Fat, Thrax

 

Voice performance in television (2017)

There's nothing better than hearing Dwight Schultz's voice in a Netflix animated series. In collaboration with Dreamworks, this hilarious series followed the journey of a king who was dethroned by a family member fighting to get his authority back before the kingdom fell. Schultz voiced many characters in the series.

4. Marvel's Spider-Man - Adrian Toomes

 

Voice performance in video games (2018)

Schultz had no problem showing how versatile he could get playing the role of Adrian Toomes in Marvel's action-adventure game Spider-Man. The character was also referred to as "The Vulture" after turning to crime once he realized how powerful and fast his special suit was, and it allowed him to fly, turning him into a maniac genius.

5. The Powerpuff Girls - Lester Van Luster

 

Voice performance in television (2018)

In the episode "Small World," Schultz voiced Lester Van Luster. The Powerpuff Girls is a famous cartoon series about three girls with superpowers saving those in need while fighting off bad guys. The show aired on Cartoon Network.

6. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order - Odin

 

Voice performance in video games (2019)

It seems like Schultz stayed connected with Marvel a lot recently, as the Ultimate Alliance was another video game fans could hear his voice in. He voiced the fictional character Odin, the ruler and protector of Asgard and the Asgardian people.

7. Young Justice: Outsiders - Mad Hatter

 

Voice performances in television (2019)

In the third season of the animated superhero series, Schultz voiced Mad Hatter. He was a supervillain ready to cause chaos whenever he could, and he appeared in the episode "Triptych."

8. Iron Man VR - Willie Lumpkin, S.H.I.E.L.D Agent E

 

Voice performance in video games (2020)

In one of the first virtual reality games, Schultz voiced many characters, but his recurring role as Willie Lumpkin, the "mailman" of the fantastic four.

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nemalki 20 months ago
There's one more role that should be noted. Dwight Schultz played Chef Mung Daal, the master culinary expert and mentor to the titular lead on the Cartoon Network series Chowder, appearing in every episode. In one episode, the fourth wall was blasted completely open and all the voice artists, including Schultz, were seen collecting money to finish the episode's animated sequences by holding a car wash in live-action. Chowder was such a fun, special series.
MrsPhilHarris 20 months ago
Have never watched A-Team and am not familiar with any of the shows listed. Although the King Julien must be similar to Madagascar.
Robertp 20 months ago
Recently started watching A-Team. Kinda reluctantly but what the heck, right? It was fun. Murdock is my favorite. Nutty as a fruitcake, as my mom would say. I will watch more. Thanks metv.
Pacificsun 20 months ago
Am so glad you're featuring promotions on the the A-Team with their characters! Dwight Schultz is indeed a versatile actor with quite a range.

A-Team is my second favorite show, hope you'll be keeping it for a good long run.

Thanks MeTV Staff!
haha, what's your favorite show??
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