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Patrick Guttormsen (born June 1, 1963) is an American actor and voice actor. He is best known for voicing Dramon in Antiblade III and playing the role of recurring pilot Terry Mathers in Bombers on the Screen. He is also best known for announcing in commercials for Galo Force and Antiblade, and the Redwall and Silverwing toylines. Since 2005, he is the current voice of Disney character Figment.

He is also best known for voicing Charlie Cheese for the Charlie Cheese's restaurants (known in America as Chuck E. Cheese).


Patrick was born in Tacoma, Washington and was raised in a Protestant family. He attended Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle and entered the acting profession after graduating. He later moved to Los Angeles and is currently based in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia since 1993. He is a full member of SAG-AFTRA, the Australian Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance, and Equity New Zealand.


During the late 1990s and the 2000s, Patrick announced in many commercials produced by HRV Advertising and Dasher Direct LLC at their Sydney production office.


In 1994, Patrick gained his first on-screen film role with a bit part in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. He also played the part of a police officer in Oscar: The Biggest Disaster Movie, Mr. Rawlston in Citizen Kane, and the American diplomat Thomas Dinn in Lana X3: The Secret of Darkness.


Patrick voiced Johnny Legend in the U.S. dub of Fairy Tale Police Department and Figment in Figment Facts. He also plays Mr. Boyd in the Barney & Friends reboot.

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In mid-2003, Patrick Guttormsen was hired to voice Figment for the re-recorded soundtrack in the Disneyland Sydney version of Journey into Imagination with Figment, which opened in 2004 (the soundtrack had to be re-recorded to change some dialogue and add some new gags and references). He recorded the new vocals for the show with Eric Idle (the actor for Dr. Nigel Channing) and Keith Scott (voice of Dreamfinder) in two sets of three-hour recording sessions in a Sydney recording studio.

Patrick's performance of Figment impressed Disney higher-ups enough that he became Figment's official voice in 2005. Since he is based in Sydney, Patrick often records Figment via an ISDN line from his home studio. Patrick has also performed the voice & body for the articulated Figment seen occasionally in Disneyland Sydney and EPCOT for occurrences such as "talking" meet-and-greets.


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