LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 20:  John Dimaggio attends the Launch Of "Futurama: Worlds Of Tomorrow" at Avalon Hollywood on June 20, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Harmony Gerber/Getty Images)
TV - Movies
The Interview With
The Vampire Actor
Who Voiced Your
Entire Childhood
AMC's "Interview with the Vampire" is faithful to Anne Rice's novel of the same name, but there are some changes, including new characters like Alderman Fenwick. With his dated mutton chops and casual yet fierce racism, Fenwick is a boorish politico, but what viewers may not know is that the actor who plays him, John DiMaggio, is a voice-over icon.
DiMaggio is perhaps known for playing Bender on "Futurama." The actor has voiced TV's most foul-mouthed robot since 1999, appearing in 125 episodes, as well as the movie "Bender's Big Score," video games, and cameos on "The Simpsons." Additionally, between 2010 and 2018, DiMaggio starred in "Adventure Time" as another anthropomorphized best friend: Jake the Dog.
Bender and Jake represent just a sliver of DiMaggio's prolific voice work. He lent his voice to literally hundreds of episodes of animated television, including "Samurai Jack," "Kim Possible," "Teen Titans," "Disenchantment," and countless other projects. He's also known for his video game work, including voicing Marcus Fenix, the protagonist of "Gears of War."