Scott Menville
Scott Menville WB Comic Con International 2014

Scott Menville at Comic Con 2014

Personal Information
Gender: Male
Born: (1971-02-12) February 12, 1971 (age 48)
Birthplace: Malibu, California, U.S.
Character information
Appeared on: Quantum Leap (TV series)
Episodes appeared in: "Camikazi Kid" in Season 1
Character played: Cam Wilson (leapee)

Scott Menville (born February 12, 1971) appears in the role of leapee Cam Wilson in the Season 1 episode of Quantum Leap titled "Camikazi Kid". A voice actor, live action actor, musician, and comedian, He is best known for his voice work in animated films and television series. He recently voiced by Robin in Cartoon Network series Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!.

Life and careerEdit

Born in Malibu, California, Scott is the son of television animator/writer Chuck Menville (1940–1992).[1]

His first role came in 1979 in an episode of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo. He is perhaps best known as Robin on the Teen Titans cartoon series, Lloyd Irving on Tales of Symphonia, taking over the role of Freddy Flintstone from Lennie Weinrib on The Flintstone Kids, and Ma-Ti on Captain Planet and the Planeteers.[2]He also voiced Jonny Quest on The New Adventures of Jonny Quest and Quicksilver on The Super Hero Squad Show.

Also a talented musician. He was the bassist for the Southern California rock band Boy Hits Car,[3] which released three albums until he left the band in 2006. He was with the band since their founding. Menville has also participated in non-voice acting roles. He appeared in Ernest Goes to Camp as Crutchfield, and had recurring roles on ABC-TV's Full House as Kimmy Gibbler's boyfriend Duane, and on The Wonder Years as Wayne's best friend Wart.[4] Currently (2016), he is the voice of Arthur, the Goodwin twins' computer in the TV series Wikipedia:Second Chance (2016 TV series) and Sneezy in the Disney animated TV series The 7D.


  1. Yoshihara, Craig (2014-06-19). The Two Sides of Scott Menville: Dadding and Sneezing. Babble. Retrieved on 2014-08-11.
  2. Jones, Steve. "DVD Extra: 'Captain Planet'", USA Today, April 30, 2011. 
  3. Prologue: Father's Day '96. This American Life. Chicago Public Radio (1996). Retrieved on 2010-05-06.
  4. "Highlights", The Tuscaloosa News, September 22, 1992. 

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