Dan Gilvezan is best known as the voice of Spider-Man/Peter Parker on NBC’s “Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends,” and Bumblebee, on the original “Transformers” animated series. He also provided voices in other series like, “GI Joe,” “Jem and the Holograms,” “Dino-Riders,” “Spiral Zone,” “Pound Puppies,” “The Jetsons,” “Rugrats,” “Family Dog,” “Fantastic Four,” “The Tick,” and many, many others.
No stranger to on-camera television, his recent most role was as Bette Davis’ agent in the critically acclaimed television mini-series, “Feud.” He currently appears in a recurring role as Marcus the rodeo announcer on “Baskets,” the Zach Galifianakis’ comedy series airing on the FX network.
Dan has written several books including “Bumblebee & Me: Life as a G1 Transformer,” a memoir of his time working on that seminal series, as well as three novels, “Drowned in the Grenadine,” a fictionalized account of his experiences working as an actor in Hollywood, “Soul,” a fantasy novel that takes place on Earth, in Heaven and a few places in between and, his latest, “Dead Money,” a detective novel.
Dan currently resides in Sherman Oaks, California, in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, with his wife, Joselle, their cat “Small Cat,” and several houseplants.