George Lowe was born in 1958, and grew up in Florida. He majored in broadcasting at the University of South Florida in the early 80s. While studying, George was also the anchor for a student-produced television newscast for WUSF. George had part-time jobs at several Tampa radio and television stations. He also did light segments for locally produced PM Magazine, which aired on WTOG. Included in George's resumé of comedic shorts are WRBQ, 104.7 FM, WMTX, and 95.7 FM. For a sprawling five years, George was the TV pitchman for Art Palmi Dodge. In 1986, George was host for a two-hour morning show on WTMV, a music video station. After trying very hard to make a living, George moved to Atlanta in 1988. There, George produced a morning show for Atlanta's WABW. Feeling a lack of job-security, George left, and made connections at Turner Broadcasting System. In 1994, while auditioning for Space Ghost of Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, George beat out original Space Ghost actor Gary Owens for the part. After a few years on SGC2C, Turner's TBS network created Cartoon Planet, a series of short cartoons to run in between cartoon reruns, giving George a second show to voice Space Ghost for. George worked on Cartoon Planet for it's entire 3-year run. By 2000, SGC2C's Brak was starring in a spin-off called The Brak Show. George Lowe again recieved work, this time voicing Brak's father, and on rare occasions, Space Ghost. Despite mass-appeal, The Brak Show was cancelled by 2003. SGC2C lasted another year, before also getting cancelled. George Lowe has had work on many Cartoon Network programs, including Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Cartoon Planet, Celebrity Deathmatch, Sealab 2021, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Robot Chicken, Squidbillies, and The Brak Show. George's most recent appearance is on Robot Chicken. As of 2006, the 48 year-old George is currently living in Atlanta, Georgia, doing various radio spots.