Tobias Lelle is a German actor & dubbing artist. He completed his acting training at the Mozarteum Salzburg. At the age of five, he already stood behind the microphone for radio play productions at Südwestfunk in Baden-Baden and is still the regular presenter for Bavarian radio. Since 1986 he has been working as a dubbing artist. He has lent his voice, among others, to Steve Buscemi, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Mark Hadlow, as the dwarf Dori in the film trilogy of the Hobbit. In the radio play "The Lord of the Rings" he speaks Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybock, in the second Spongebob movie he is the German voice of Thaddäus Tentacle and in the movie Paddington the voice of Mr. Curry.
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Language: German (GER)
Voice age: middle-older
Pitches: low, medium
Locations: Berlin, Munich
Dialect: GER-Baden area
Dubbing voices: Alan Cumming, Blake Clark, Curtis Armstrong, David Eigenberg, Frank Schorpion, Hank Azaria, James McCauley, Jason Blicker, John Scurti, Johnny Brennan, Kenneth Choi, Lionel Abelanski, Mark Hadlow, Matt Cooke, Michael Rookeri, Nicholas Bell, Paul McGillion, Peter Capaldi, Ron Bottitta, Stephen Baldwin, Steve Blum, Steve Buscemi, Steve Coulter, Steve Zahn, Tony Cox, Woody Harrelson, Zach Grenier