James Arnold Taylor
A highly in-demand voice artist, James Arnold Taylor has been the voice of Fred Flintstone in television commercials and Obi-Wan Kenobi in the TV and film versions of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars". His first big break was becoming the voice of Red Noah in the English version of the animated Japanese series "Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water". This led to work on many other animated series, including the cult favorite "Pokémon", the adult-themed animated comedy "Drawn Together", and the title role in "Johnny Test". In 2003 he made his first appearance as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the short animated series "Star Wars: Clone Wars", then reprised his role in the film and 2008 series. Taylor also played the same role in the video game and has provided voices for many other video game characters. He is known as a "voice double" for many well-known actors and has dubbed the voices of Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp, Christopher Walken and Ewan McGregor, among others.