Neil Ross is an accomplished English voice actor and radio announcer. Born in London, he moved with his family to Montreal at a young age and then to California, where he worked as a DJ for many years before finding his way into voice acting in 1978 with the Hanna-Barbera cartoon "Richie Rich." His talent for accents and voice manipulation has put him on hundreds of episodes of dozens of animated shows throughout his career, particularly in those based on Marvel comics, including "Spider-Man" and "The Fantastic Four." He has also lent his voice to a number of feature films, including the wildly popular family adventure "Babe," and the surreal dark comedy "Being John Malkovich," not to mention the work he's done on dozens of ads for a number of major corporations. Through his prolific career that has touched film, television, and commercials, his voice has sounded on virtually every United States network. He's also taken on the role of announcer. In this capacity, he is the voice behind the Game Show Network, and has worked on the Emmys and Oscar award ceremonies, and has narrated many episodes of A&E's "Biography."