André Sogliuzzo

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André Sogliuzzo

Born

8/10/1966, New York City, New York, USA

Birth Name

André José Sogliuzzo

Gender

Male

Also Known As

Andre Sogliuzzo
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Biography

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Andr Sogliuzzo has been working in the Los Angeles region for the past fifteen years as a voice actor. He has provided voices for countless characters in movies, animated programs and video games, though he has had some appearing roles in several movies. Andr Sogliuzzo is most sought…more

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  • Trivia

    • André Sogliuzzo contributed his voice to video game Scarface: The World Is Yours for the lead character Tony Montana.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voices of Norm and Zem in the video game entitled Crash Nitro Kart.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voice of Angel in the 2004 video game entitled X-Men Legends.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voice of Corporal Alejandro Cortez in the 2005 video game entitled Quake IV.

    • In the MMORPG entitled EverQuest II, André Sogliuzzo provided the voices of several of the non-playable characters, including Captain Rockbelly, Sneed Galliway, Wesaelan Brookshadow, as well as other various monster characters.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voices of Duncan and Marcus DeLeon in the 2002 video game entitled Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat.

    • While André Sogliuzzo didn't provide the voice of Puss in Boots in the movie entitled Shrek 2, he did provide the voice of the character in the video games that were based on the series.

    • While André Sogliuzzo is mostly a voice actor, he has actually appeared in several movies, such as You've Got Mail, Looking for Richard and Iron Will, amongst others.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voice of Forcystus in the Nintendo Gamecube role-playing game entitled Tales of Symphonia.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voice of Mercurio in the Activision video game entitled Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voices of Smokey and Steamer in the animated movie entitled The Polar Express.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voices of Fred Bonaparte and Napoleon Bonaparte in the 2005 video game entitled Psychonauts.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voice of President Huffman in the 2005 video game entitled Destroy All Humans.

    • André Sogliuzzo provided the voice of Sparx the Dragonfly in several of the Spyro the Dragon videogames.

    • André Sogliuzzo has provided the voices for many animated programs targeted for a younger audience, though he has also provided voices for several mature rated animations during his career.

    • André Sogliuzzo is capable of providing a wide array of accents when he provides voices for characters, though most of the voices he provides contain a South American accent.

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  • I am clearing up a few things.

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    I am Andre Sogliuzzo, and I have just found this very strange site. Thank you for the compliments on my work, and thank you for tuning in.

    I would like to clear up some misinformation on this site: I was born in New York City August 10th 1966. I have been a working actor for the past 15 years, and as far as I know I have not won 4 Awards for being a voice actor. If I have someone please let me know so I can collect my trophies.

    Sincerely,

    Andre Sogliuzzomoreless
  • Andre Sogliuzzo may not have started his career early but he seems very talented.

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    Andre Sogliuzzo may only have a few starring roles such as Gaspar Le Gecko in "Brandy and Mr Whiskers". He might have had more roles which im clueless about but he sounds great on Brandy and Mr. Whiskers.



    His voice accent for Gaspar is superb as he put up that fancy brazilian accent for him. I have also heard from another review that he voices some charatcers on "Brandy and Mr Whiskers" and "Avatar: the Last Airbender". His voice is original and I do hope that more shows will hire him to do voicing as he is an original actor.moreless
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