Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin is a Canadian actor/voice actor. He is well known for the voice of Tyson Granger in the English dub of the 2001 Japanese anime Beyblade.
|Year||Name of Film/TV Show||Character Name||Notes|
|1995||Bye Bye, Birdie||Minor role|
|2000-2002||Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse||Eddy||Voice only|
|2003-2005||Beyblade||Tyson Granger||Voice only
Marlowe's most well known role
|2004||Beyblade: the Movie: Fierce Battle||Tyson Granger||Voice only|
|2004||Beyblade: Super Tournement Battle||Tyson Granger||Voice only|
|Year||Name of Project||Character Name||Notes|
|2000||Berry Blast Off 2||Strawberry/ Candy Apple Jr/ Plum #3/ Blueberry Henchman #4||Voice only
Unreleased 2000 version
Blueberry Henchman #4 only says one line in this film.
This film was originally going to be released by a partnership with Warner Bros. Feature Animation and Columbia Pictures. Unfortunately, just like the first movie, this film wasn't released due to negative test screening results.
|2002||Doraemon and the Northern Lights||Hector||After the film's theatrical release in Canada, this film recieved negative reviews, causing Nelvana Films, the company that produced the film, to almost go bankrupt. Since then, this film is forgotten, and never had a home video release in Canada.
Marlowe's first live-action role since 1995's Bye Bye, Birdie
|2002||Berry Blast Off : Sour Supreme!||Strawberry/ Sour Cherry/ Sour Strawberry/ Additional Voices||Voice only
Cancelled CGI film by Mainframe Entertainment and Columbia/Tri-Star.
|2002-2003||Doraemon||Big Benny/ Additional Voices||Minor voice role
English dub Episodes: "Voice Candy", "Who am I?", "Nobu and Nobio", "Robotic Balloon", and "Nobu's Son Ran Away from Home"
|2003||Niboru and the Dream Machine||Niboru-kun||Voice only
English dub: Nelvana/Canal Familie
Although, this OVA, and it's three English dubs were lost after it's release. The third English dub was made in 2003, while the OVA itself was made by Toei Animation in 1987.
|2004||Doraemon and the Case of the Stolen Magic Emerald||Hector||Sequel to the long-forgotten Doraemon and the Northern Lights.|