|Date of birth||30 March 1958|
|Origin||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
One of the most prolific voice actors working today, Maurice has provided voices for hundreds of television episodes and dozens of films. His television credits include Futurama, The Simpsons, King of the Hill, Stan Lee's Stripperella, Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman, Animaniacs, The Critic, Dilbert, and The Tick. He provided the voice of Dr. Egon Spengler in at least 140 episodes of The Real Ghostbusters animated series, and has provided the voice for characters as diverse as "Inspector Gadget", "The Brain" (of Pinky & the Brain), and "Yosemite Sam". He also provided the voice of "Alec Baldwin" in Team America: World Police and worked on the video game Star Trek: Starfleet Command: Orion Pirates.
Maurice has voiced characters alongside Rusty Schwimmer in Holly Hobby and Friends Christmas Wishes, Kevin Chamberlin in Queer Duck: The Movie, Jesse Corti in Evil Con Carne, Bill Fagerbakke in Balto III: Wings of Change, George Takei in the video game Freelancer and in Futurama, Thomas Dekker in Extreme Ghostbusters, Malcolm McDowell in Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys and Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Matt Lanter in Ultimate Spider-Man, Alex Fernandez and Stacy Haiduk in Star Wars: The Old Republic (video game), Missi Pyle in As Good as It Gets, and Kristen Bell and Jesse Corti in Frozen.
- Maurice provided the 12-second belch for "Buddy" in the film Elf.
- Maurice once voiced 29 characters in a 22-minute episode of The Critic.
- Maurice LaMarche on Wikipedia