Biography

Chris Cox is an American voice actor who has worked on films, animated television series, and video games. In television, he is best known for his work in Family Guy, providing his voice in a total of 106 episodes. He is also known for his work in Jak and Daxter, Skylanders, Batman: Arkham, and several Marvel, DC, and Star Wars titles. He co-created, co-wrote, and produced the reality TV program Small Shots which ran from 2001–2003, a writer for the 2005 television series Con, a supervising producer for the 2006 television sitcom Free Ride, and writer for the 2007 webseries Voicemail.

Chris Cox is an American voice actor who has worked on films, animated television series, and video games. In television, he is best known for his work in Family Guy, providing his voice in a total of 106 episodes. He is also known for his work in Jak and Daxter, Skylanders, Batman: Arkham, and several Marvel, DC, and Star Wars titles. He co-created, co-wrote, and produced the reality TV program Small Shots which ran from 2001–2003, a writer for the 2005 television series Con, a supervising producer for the 2006 television sitcom Free Ride, and writer for the 2007 webseries Voicemail.

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2014 BoJack Horseman (1 episode) as Bubbles / Tina (voice) (1 episode) as Additional Voices (voice)
2011 Family Guy Presents: It's a Trap! as (voice)
2010 The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (51 episodes) as Hawkeye (voice)
2005 American Dad! (2 episodes)
2000 Static Shock (1 episode)
1999 Family Guy (21 episodes)

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