Thomas Fritsch (born 16 January 1944 in Dresden) is a German actor who provided a voice in the German version of Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
He is known for appearing in various German films and television shows, including "Adorable Julia", "Der Kommissar", "Derrick", and "Rivalen der Rennbahn". As a voice actor, he is best known for providing the German voices of Scar from "The Lion King", Steele from "Balto", Aslan from the "Chronicles of Narnia" films, Bonejangles from "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride", Diego from "Ice Age", Dr. Delbert Doppler from "Treasure Planet", and Goliath from "Gargoyles".
He is also the son of late German actor Willy Fritsch.
- Shining Time (performed)
- He was the voice-over of John Hurt in "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" and in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" parts 1 and 2. Geneviève Déry, Robert Wilfort, Rolando de Castro, Claes Ljungmark, Leyla Rangel, Ruth Toscano, Nathan Clarke, Humberto Vélez, Timothy Bateson, Simon Fisher-Becker, César Izaguirre, César Árias, Katsuji Mori, Yigal Mizrachi, Hideyuki Umezu, José Luis Orozco, Jesse Grimm, Aryeh Cherner, Zuzanna Galia, Ángel Amorós, Tokuyoshi Kawashima, Octavio Rojas, Scott Maurstad, Jorge Santos, Irwin Daayán, Masashi Ebara, Blas García, Dov Reiser, Albert Cohen, Hadar Shachaf Ma'ayan, Zvika Schwartzberg, Jamie Campbell Bower, Norma Iturbe and Rob Rackstraw have all starred in the "Harry Potter" films. Angela Kyriacou and Eddie Redmayne also had roles in it's prequel "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them".
- He and Mario Filio both voiced Dr. Delbert Doppler from "Treasure Planet" in their respective languages.
- He and Dvir Benedek, who also voiced Mr. Conductor, both voiced Aslan from the "Chronicles of Narnia" films in their respective languages.