“The Venture Bros” is an animated television series created by Jackson Publick (Christopher McCulloch) that originally aired on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. The show is a satirical take on the classic adventure and superhero genre, blending elements of science fiction, action, and comedy. Spanning seven seasons, “The Venture Bros” offers a witty and irreverent exploration of the lives of the Venture family and their eccentric associates.
Among the memorable characters in the series are the enigmatic bodyguard Brock Samson, voiced by Patrick Warburton, known for his deep, gravelly voice. James Urbaniak lends his vocal talents to Dr. Venture, crafting a voice that perfectly captures the character’s mixture of intelligence and insecurity. Michael Sinterniklaas provides the voice for Dean Venture, while Christopher McCulloch himself voices Hank Venture and the villainous monarch, The Monarch. Additionally, the talented cast includes Doc Hammer as Dr. Girlfriend and Henchman 21, and Dana Snyder as The Alchemist.
Here are some of The Venture Bros Cast who helped bring this show to life.
(Born September 14, 1971) is the creator, director, and co-writer (with Doc Hammer) of The Venture Bros., all done under the pseudonym Jackson Publick. He also voices several main characters under his own name, most notably the Monarch and Hank Venture.
Jackson Publick’s Dragon*Con Bio
(Born February 2, 1976) Better known by his stage name Doc Hammer, is a multi-disciplinary artist, most notable as co-writer (with Christopher McCulloch), editor, and voice actor (Doctor Girlfriend, Henchman #21 and Master Billy Quizboy) for the animated television series The Venture Bros.. He has appeared in films such as Lisa Hammer’s Not Farewell, Sweet Flesh and Pus$bucket (alongside Terrence Fleming), Ben Edlund’s Crawley, and his own film Rub. He is credited for his earlier work as E.A. Hammer. He is also credited for being the inspiration of the Venture Bros. episode “Are You There, God? It’s Me, Dean”, based on his bout with testicular torsion. Doc Hammer’s Dragon*Con Bio
(Born August 13, 1972) is a voice actor, dubbing director, and founder of NYAV Post, a dubbing studio in New York City. Sinterniklaas sometimes does work under the name Michael Tremain as well.
(Born September 17, 1963) is an American actor. One of his first noteworthy roles was in the avant-garde playwright/director Richard Foreman’s The Universe, for which Urbaniak won an Obie. He has also been acclaimed for his acting in the films Henry Fool and American Splendor, playing legendary illustrator R. Crumb and the play Thom Pain (based on nothing), for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. He provides the voice for Dr. Thaddeus Venture on The Venture Bros., as well as the Doctor’s brother, Jonas Jr and the super-villain Phantom Limb.
(Born November 14, 1964) is an American television and voice actor. He is best known for the TV roles, including the title role of The Tick, David Puddy on Seinfeld, the evil Johnny Johnson on NewsRadio, and anchorman Jeb Denton on Less Than Perfect. As a voice actor, his uniquely deep voice has been lent to well-known roles including Ken in Bee Movie, Kronk in The Emperor’s New Groove and its sequels, bodyguard Brock Samson on The Venture Bros., the wheelchair-using Joe Swanson on Family Guy, Steve Barkin on Kim Possible, and The Wolf in Hoodwinked, among others. He currently appears as macho married man Jeff Bingham in the CBS television program, Rules of Engagement.
‘Soul-bot’ is a toy robot that processes Christopher McCulloch’s ‘eeps’ into much more electronic sounds. The effect is very similar in sound to a ring modulator.
Steven Rattazzi is an American actor. He provides the voice for the character of Doctor Byron Orpheus on the Adult Swim animated series The Venture Bros. He has also done some Off-Broadway shows.
Born April 4, 1967 in Salem, Massachusetts, U.S.) is a filmmaker, actress, composer and singer and is the sister of director James Merendino (SLC Punk!). She graduated from Emerson College, with a BS in Film. She founded the Blessed Elysium Motion Picture Company, which produces German Expressionist films. Such works include Pus$bucket and Crawley, a collaboration with Ben Edlund and Doc Hammer. She was also lead singer of the goth band Mors Syphilitica from 1995 through 2002. The band released three full-length recordings and one 12 inch EP before breaking up. She was also the lead singer of the band Requiem in White releasing several recordings and videos. In 2003, Lisa joined the cast of The Venture Bros. as the voice of Triana Orpheus.