Lee Tockar Birthday & Fun Facts

Height, Age, Net Worth, Biography & More

Sonali Rawat
Feb 08, 2024 By Sonali Rawat
Originally Published on Feb 20, 2023
Edited by Sonali Rawat
Lee Tockar is known to have voiced over 5000 characters in numerous animated shows and films.
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About Lee Tockar

Lee William Tockar is a Canadian voice actor and visual artist.

Born in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, Lee Tockar is best known for his voiceover work on 'My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic'. He is also recognized as the voice artist behind George in 'George Of The Jungle', Doktar Frogg in 'League Of Super Evil', and Eugene Bling Bling Boy Hamilton in 'Johnny Test'.

Lee Tockar is known for voicing Pronto and several other characters in 'Slugterra'. His other notable roles include Victor the Goat in 'Ed, Edd N' Eddy'. Apart from being a voice actor, he is also a writer of children’s literature, a sculptor, a musician, an illustrator, and a collected painter. He is the founder and CEO of Fanbuilt Productions.

Lee Tockar Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Lee Tockar’s net worth?

The approximate net worth of Lee Tockar is $6 million.

How much does Lee Tockar earn per year?

The annual income of Lee Tockar is unknown.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Lee Tockar?

Lee Tockar stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in (178 cm).

How old is Lee Tockar?

Born on February 11, 1969, Lee Tockar is 53 years old as of 2022.

Childhood And Education

Lee William Tockar was born in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. At age five, he told his mother that his aim was to "grow up to be a cartoon". Tockar won first place in a talent show at the age of 10 for his vocal impressions of Kermit the Frog and Bugs Bunny. He won his first public speaking award at the age of 12 for reading a 2000-word essay on horror films. Before graduating from Kelowna Secondary School in his teenage years, he established a graphic arts company that allowed him to travel throughout British Columbia and create wall murals for restaurants. Lee Tockar won the British Columbia Playwrights competition in 1988 for his original play, 'Confessions'. It was presented at the Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia. His second play, 'You Obviously Weren't Listening', which debuted in 1989, earned him runner-up honors.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Lee Tockar’s partner?

Lee Tockar is married to Polly Cordwell.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Lee Tockar has voiced hundreds of well-known characters in over 5,000 episodes of animated television and dozens of animated films for both big and small screens. Tockar is best known for his voiceover work as Makuta in 'Bionicle 2: Legends Of Metru Nui'. Daisuke Gori is the Japanese voice.

The Canada-born voice actor is also known for his roles as Yakkity Yak and the evil Makuta Teridax in the Bionicle films. Lee Tockar is the English dub voice of Rockaku in 'Dragon Drive'. Takehito Koyasu is the Japanese voice. In 2012, Lee Tockar unveiled a brand-new initiative called FanBuilt where animators and producers could team up on big projects and compete for awards. Lee Tockar is a member of the Union of British Columbia Performers and the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television, and Radio Artists. Tockar was nominated for a UBCP/ACTRA Best Voice award in 2012.

In addition to serving as co-creator, writer, and creative producer for Holy Molee Entertainment Incorporated, Lee Tockar is the president of Multi Mania Entertainment Incorporated.

Charity Work

Lee Tockar is a member of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind.

What awards has Lee Tockar won?

For his role in 'George Of The Jungle' as George, Lee Tockar received the 2008 Electronic Animation Awards for Best Male Voice-Over Artist Of The Year. Seth MacFarlane, the actor and creator of Family Guy, presented him with the award. He also won the UBCP Award for Best Animated Voice in 2015 for his role as Pronto the Magnificent in the TV show 'Slugterra'.

Other Interesting Lee Tockar Facts And Trivia

  • As of 2023, the voice actor and visual artist, Lee Tockar, resides in Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • His debut role was in 'Brian's Brain: The Birth Of Brian' (1993).

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Lee Tockar Birthday & Fun Facts Facts

Birth Name

Lee William Tockar

Date of Birth

1969-02-11

Nationality

Canadian

Place of Birth

Kelowna

Age

Height

178 cm

Child Star?

No

Education

Kelowna Secondary School

Net Worth

6000000

Partner

Polly Cordwell
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Written by Sonali Rawat

Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature, Masters of Art specializing in English and Communication Skills

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Sonali RawatBachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature, Masters of Art specializing in English and Communication Skills

Sonali has a Bachelor's degree in English literature from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and is currently pursuing a Master's in English and Communication from Christ University. With considerable experience in writing about lifestyle topics, including travel and health, she has a passion for Japanese culture, especially fashion, and anime, and has written on the subject before. Sonali has event managed a creative-writing festival and coordinated a student magazine at her university. Her favorite authors are Toni Morrison and Anita Desai.

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