Halil Endrit Pjetër Behar Gumar (born February 9, 1954) is a Fueian actor, singer, voice actor, and playwright who is known for his many roles in El Kadsreian and Fueian cinema, television, and theatre.


Halil was born in Köfa during Communist rule in Fuei. His father was of Albanian origin (born to parents from Albania in the mining village of Morgenburg) and his mother of Danish descent.

Halil began acting in 1963 in propaganda films. In 1972, he moved to the Vlokozu Union, where he began acting in films, usually as a foreigner. He also lived in Hawaii in the United States during this period.

In 1975, while he was dating Yoko Shirashi, he gave birth to a son, Duncan Halilsson, who is known in Fuei for his voice acting work, especially at the Stúdíó Köfa company.

He is well known among El Kadsreians who grew up both in the 1980's and 90's for voicing the character of Doraemon in the 1979 anime of the same name. He voiced the character through three eras of dubbing, and still plays the role for the 2005 anime's El Kadsreian English dub. He reprised the role for the Fueian, Pansauran (Vicnoran Pansauran dialect version), Vicnoran, and te reo Māori dubs, the latter three of which were recorded in the United El Kadsreian Nations' states (the first two in Vicnora and the third in El Kadsre).

Personal Life

Halil has homes in Köfa, Fuei and El Kadsre City, El Kadsre. He has been married to El Kadsreian actress Mary Clemencleau-Gumar since 1980.


  • Doraemon in the Doraemon media (El Kadsreian English dubs)
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