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Nir Ron (Hebrew: ניר רון, born March 6th, 1964) is an Israeli actor who provides voices in the Hebrew narration of Thomas and Friends.
He is best known for voicing Al Dente from "Samurai Pizza Cats", Mr. Grumpy from "The Mr. Men Show", Sam from "Fireman Sam", Ralph from "Wreck-it Ralph", various characters from "Digimon", Gym Leader Juan from "Pokémon", Kai from "Frozen", Scourge from "Transformers: Cybertron" and "Transformers: Robots in Disguise", Stimpy from "The Ren & Stimpy Show", Clark Kent from "Superman: The Animated Series", Quasimodo from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and the male voice trumpets from the 2015 reboot of "Teletubbies".
- Donald (Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure)
- Porter (Tale of the Brave)
- Toad (Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure)
- Reg (Tale of the Brave)
- Sir Topham Hatt
- Both he and Keith Wickham voiced Professor Inkling from "The Octonauts" in their respective languages. They also both voiced Gordon, Stafford, and Sir Topham Hatt.
- Both he and Takeshi Aono who also voiced Sir Topham Hatt, voiced Kami from "Dragon Ball Z" in their respective languages.
- Both he and Tesshō Genda voiced General Li from "Mulan" in their respective languages.
- Both he and Enrique Cervantes voiced Mojo Jojo from "The Powerpuff Girls" in their respective languages.
- Both he and Salty's Lighthouse voice actor Scott McNeil voiced Jeice from "Dragon Ball Z" in their respective languages.
- Both he and Salty's Lighthouse voice actor Gary Chalk voiced Mr. Meugniot from "Spider-Man Unlimited" in their respective languages.
- He, Adriana Casas, Loukas Frangoulis, Piotr Bąk, Paul Disbergen, Mikołaj Klimek, Bartosz Martyna, Tokuyoshi Kawashima, Dor Srugo, Mildred Barrera, Roberto Gutiérrez, Finn Poncin, Hinako Sasaki, Shinichirō Miki, Hisao Egawa, Javier Olguín, Kōichi Sakaguchi, Katsuji Mori, Susa Saukko, Janusz Wituch, Pasi Ruohonen, Dariusz Błażejewski, Kiyoyuki Yanada, Waldemar Barwiński, Junichi Kanemaru, Artur Pontek, Hiroshi Tsuchida, Krzysztof Szczerbiński, Josie Yee, Diana Pérez, Grzegorz Drojewski, Klaudiusz Kaufmann, Mayra Arellano, Sander de Heer, Hiroko Emori, Naomi Shindō, Justyna Bojczuk, Miłogost Reczek, Tsutomu Densaka, Bruno Coronel, Xóchitl Ugarte, Miguel Ángel Leal, Noriko Shitaya, Anna Gajewska, Gaby Ugarte, Hiro Nakajima, Roberto Mendiola, Chikara Osaka, Kan Tanaka, Yohei Nishina, Salvador Reyes, Yuri Shiratori, Bin Shimada, Ángel Amorós, Kenta Miyake, Keiko Toda, Octavio Rojas, Masaharu Satō, Trond Teigen, Kiyonobu Suzuki, Talya Barkay, Yehonatan Magon, Kumiko Higa, Joanna Pach-Żbikowska, Scott Maurstad, Olga Kuznetsova, Jan Kulczycki, Moisés Iván Mora, Tomohiro Nishimura, Piotr Bajtlik, Hideki Takahashi, Alan Prieto, Beata Jankowska-Tzimas, Tetsu Inada, Nobutoshi Canna, Krystyna Kozanecka, Masayuki Omoro, Simen Sand, Gadi Levy, Paweł Szczesny, Erik Skjøld, Leonardo García, Dafnis Fernández, Adrian Perdjon, Gerardo García, Józef Mika, Lena Meieran, Manuel Campuzano, César Árias, Dulce Guerrero, Armando Coria, Salvador Serrano, Leyla Rangel, Samuel Harjanne, Cezary Kwieciński and Hikaru Midorikawa have all worked on “Pokémon”.
- He, Nobuaki Kanemitsu, Ángel Amorós, Roberto Mendiola, Lupita Leal, Héctor Moreno, Jorge Teixeira, Yasuhiro Takato, Fabrice Trojani, Ewa Serwa, Gerald Schaale, Tony Marot, José Arenas, Ricardo Silva, Yasunori Masutani, Taisto Oksanen, Taisuke Yamamoto, Ambrogio Colombo, Satoshi Taki, Yehonatan Magon, Masaharu Satō, Gerardo Reyero, Junko Noda, Houko Kuwashima, Marie-Luise Schramm, Mireya Mendoza, Igor Cruz, Nanaho Katsuragi, Benjamín Rivera, Arturo Mercado Jr., Pedro D'Aguillón Jr., Tom Deininger, Hiroaki Hirata, Óscar Flores, Irwin Daayán, Yoram Yosefsberg, Carlos Hernández, Chie Kōjiro, Agnieszka Kunikowska, Manuel Campuzano, Dor Srugo, Bin Shimada and Talya Barkay have all worked on "Digimon".