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Kellen Goff is a Los Angeles-based, American voice actor known for a variety of roles spanning video games, animation and commercials. His most notable roles include Funtime Freddy and Fredbear from Five Nights at Freddy’s, Overhaul from My Hero Academia, Fiddlesticks from League of Legends, and most recently, Diavolo in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure.


Goff has provided the voice for a list of characters in video games and anime ever since he expressed a devout interest in voice acting at age 13. 12 years later, his credits include Black Clover (Kotodama Devil), Konosuba (Hans), Fire Force (Rekka Hoshimiya), Saiki K (Reita Toritsuka), Demon Slayer (Father Spider Demon), Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Thrall, Twizzleflux, Murmy), SMITE (Jormungandr), One Punch Man (Gouketsu, Melzargard), Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga (Chikasu), Hunter X Hunter (Gama), and MapleStory (Melange). He has also provided ADR for multiple projects including High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Looking for Alaska, and more.

Outside of voiceover, Goff has done audio editing work for multiple projects such as Persona 5: Dancing Star Light, Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, and Blade Runner: Revelations. He has also cast voices for numerous projects, like Helluva Boss, Traces, and Shangri-La: Near Extinction.



Training & Workshops
  • Bob Bergen's Animation Voiceover Class

  • Richard Horvitz's "5 Steps to Voiceover Success" Animation Class

  • Private Coaching with Charlie Adler

  • Commercial Training with Richard Green

  • Debi Derryberry's Voiceover Intenssive

  • Mick Wingert's "Saturday Morning Cartoons" Voiceover Class

  • Elisabeth Mestnik's Acting Class with Michael Yurchak and Jordana Oberman

  • Gray Knights Voiceover Workshops w/ David Sobolov, Gregg Berger, Charlie Adler, Chris Borders, and Kari Wahlgren

  • Pat Fraley and Pat Brady's Animation Ensemble Workshop

  • VO Collective Workshops with Bill Holmes (Commercial) and Scott Parkin (Improv)

  • Adventures in Voice Acting Anime Dubbing Workshops with Tony Oliver

  • PCB Productions' "Are U Game?" Video Game VO Course with Keith and Valerie Arem

  • ADR Training with Johnny Gidcomb and Terri Douglas

2010 - present

2010 - present

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