Ted Rusoff (May 20, 1939 – September 28, 2013) was a Canadian voiceover artist, actor, singer, vocal coach, and translator specializing in the adaptation and translation from and into various languages of synchronized dialogue for the dubbing of films and cartoons. Highly prolific with over 100 credits to his name, Rusoff is best remembered for his work adapting and performing English-language dialogue for countless Italian genre films.
As an actor, he had appeared in more than 70 films. Fluent in many languages, he is often called upon for work as language/accent/dialogue consultant for dubbings, theater, and cinema. He has worked many times as a stage-director for regular plays and as stage-director and music-coach for opera in houses in Marseilles, Copenhagen, Munich, Prague, Riga, Montivideo, Tokyo, Auckland, and elsewhere. He has been active as a choral director, known for his "Liebslieder Waltzes" and other choral masterpieces by Brahms, as well as the music of composers of the Baroque period.
|Geburtsdatum:||20.05.1939 (♉ Stier)|
|Alter:||74Jahre 4Monate 8Tage|
|Berufe:||Sprecher, Bühnenschauspieler, Drehbuchautor, Übersetzer, Filmregisseur,|