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Biography:Daman Mills began working as a voice actor in 2012, and has recorded for a variety of anime and video games along the way with companies such as FUNimation, Okratron 5000, NYAV Post, Rooster Teeth, DuArt Film & Video, and Sound Cadence Studios. His well-known works include Monaka in Dragon Ball Super, Jyugo in Nanbaka, Ginshi Shirazu in Tokyo Ghoul:re, Yakov Feltsman in Yuri!!! on ICE, Mustard and Moonfish in My Hero Academia, Tanaka in One Piece Film: Gold, Yzak Joule in Mobile Suit Gundam: SEED (NYAV Post dub), Leonardo Lionheart in RWBY, Lin Xianming in Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens, Nezumi in Juni Taisen: Zodiac War, Kai von Glanzreich in The Royal Tutor, Revchi in Black Clover, Honebami Toushirou in Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru, Lt. Weiss in Saga of Tanya the Evil, Prince Schwann in ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept., and Takumi Hira in Tsukigakirei. You can also hear him in titles such as Pokémon, Attack on Titan, élDLIVE, Chain Chronicle: The Light of Haecceitas, DARLING in the FRANXX, Garo -Vanishing Line-, Blood Blockade Battlefront & Beyond, Taboo Tattoo, Hyouka, Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202, Kakuriyo - Bed & Breakfast for Spirits -, All Out!!, Code: Realize - Guardian of Rebirth, Cheer Boys!!, Akashic Records of Bastard Magical Instructor, and more! Daman has also provided voice work for video games such as SMITE, Paladins, YIIK: A Post Modern RPG, Regalia: Of Men & Monarchs, and Super Knockoff! VS. Follow Daman on Twitter @DamanMills, Instagram @damanmills, or check out his Facebook fan page for all updates!
Daman 2012 movie
"There are a lot of weird movies this summer," says director Nicholas Stoller, who features frat boys and a baby in "Neighbors." "Even the superhero movies are a little goofy. And there are so many R-rated comedies. It's going to be very funny."
Although the definition of "comedy film'' is imprecise, movie-ticket website Fandango.com identifies 20 summer films as "live-action comedies," twice last year's number. Senior correspondent Dave Karger calls it the cross-genre "Bridesmaids effect" after 2011's raunchy, $169.1 million hit starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig. (McCarthy pops up again with the road-trip comedy "Tammy," and Wiig lends her voice to the animated "How to Train Your Dragon 2").
Indeed, even the mighty Transformers franchise experiences a comedic boost as the dark off-screen cloud of Shia LaBeouf has moved on after three movies. In its place is Mark Wahlberg jealously protecting his teenage daughter in "Transformers: Age of Extinction."
So whether you like your jokes to be crude, merry, subtle, sexy, family-style or blended with superhero action, there will be plenty to choose from in the months ahead. Here's a look at 10 movies that promise loads of laughs.
What's so funny? Rogen and Byrne are new parents whose tranquil life is disrupted by an Animal House-style fraternity moving in next door. Lewd high jinks follow. Add pot and beer. "This is a war movie, really," Stoller says. "At its core, it's old people and young people fighting each other."
What's so funny? MacFarlane aims to match the success of 2012's R-rated "Ted," which did an eye-opening $54 million in the weekend of its June debut. "West"s story of a cowardly farmer (MacFarlane) taking on a dreaded gunslinger (Neeson) emerged as the director watched cowboy movies while editing "Ted." "It's a highly romanticized period," MacFarlane says. "But if you're not bored, you're in fear for your life. Everything out there wants to kill you."
What's so funny? "The Lego Movie" directors build on their 2012 hit "21 Jump Street," which paid goofy respect to the original earnest 1980s TV drama. Undercover officers Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) now are operating down the street at a college. They're feeling the comedy heat, on-screen and off. "You don't want to have something like a sophomore slump in a band," Hill says.
What's so funny? The couples from the 2012 hit "Think Like a Man" are back, but this time in Vegas at a pre-wedding party. Meanwhile, Hart has exploded into one of Hollywood's biggest box-office draws. "But we didn't want to turn it into the Kevin show," Story says. "We wanted to make sure we brought the chemistry of all of these guys together from the first film."
Daman Wayans Jr. (born November 18, 1982) is an American actor, comedian and writer most widely known for starring as Brad Williams in the ABC sitcom Happy Endings for which he was nominated for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2012 and as Coach in the Fox sitcom New Girl. In 2014, he starred in the comedy film Let's Be Cops, and provided the voice of Wasabi in Big Hero 6. In Bob's Burgers, he voices Arnold Evans.