Pat Fraley is a prolific voice actor who has more than 125 production credits to his name. Fraley studied acting at Cornell University, and began doing voice work in the late 1970s. His first significant voice role was for the '82 animated show "The Incredible Hulk," where he played Major Ned Talbot and other characters. Around the same time, Fraley started working on the "G.I. Joe" series, providing the voices for heroes Ace, Barbecue, and others. Throughout the '80s, he did voice work for a number of other cartoons, including "Rainbow Brite" and "The Littles," and he portrayed the lead character on the short-lived sci-fi/Western series "BraveStarr." During the late '80s and early '90s, Fraley was heavily involved with the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" animated franchise, voicing numerous characters, including Krang and Casey Jones. In the new millennium, Fraley contributed his voice to various video games, and briefly voiced the President in the blockbuster live-action movie "I Am Legend."