Reginald Bambra (June 5, 1922 - December 1, 2003) was an American actor. He started out as a child actor in 1930 at the age of 9, but after being blacklisted from Hollywood during the McCarthy era in 1952 for failing to name names for the House Un-American Activities Committee after being outed as a Communist sympathizer, he moved to the Toronto area in Canada and became a television star in that country. He also was a Toys "R" Us Canada spokesperson for over 118 ads starting in 1986 and ending the year he died in 2003 as "Mr. Bambra".

He died on December 1, 2003 at his home in Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario from heart failure. The last film starring him to be released before he died was Redwall: The Movie, wherein he voiced Urthwyte the Mighty. His final film, Sagwa: The Quest for the Jewels of the Forbidden City, of which had it's voice recordings done prior to his death and wherein he played Yang-Yang the sorcerer, was released posthumously in 2004. His role of Dr. Ratomori in the Techtrex animated series was taken over by Rick Jones.

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