TV - Movies
Meloni Booked
More Voice
Acting Work Than
You Likely Think
In addition to "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," Christopher Meloni has taken on notable projects across film and television, including "Happy!" and "Man of Steel." Meloni has also proved that he doesn't have to stand in front of a camera to deliver strong performances, as he has done a ton of voice acting work in his day.
Meloni’s first voice-acting role was on the TV series "Dinosaurs,” voicing Spike from 1991-1993, and then he played the title hero in "Green Lantern: First Flight" in 2011. He also voiced John Taylor in the "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" video game and made guest appearances on various TV shows such as "Family Guy" and "Rick and Morty," just to name a few.
His latest voice-acting credit is on "Harley Quinn,” as the lonely, worn-out, and oblivious Gotham City Police Department commissioner Jim Gordon. As Meloni often excels at voice-acting roles, don't be surprised if he continues adding to his them to his résumé in the future.