Tom Kenny
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Birth Name Thomas James Kenny
Gender Male
Date of birth July 13, 1962 (age 58)
Place of birth Syracuse, New York
Roles Actor, voice actor
Characters Portrayed Flain
Various students and incidentals
Other Projects SpongeBob SquarePants
Rocko's Modern Life
The Powerpuff Girls
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Winnie the Pooh (2011 film)
Adventure Time
Spyro the Dragon

Talking Tom And Friends

Thomas James "Tom" Kenny (born July 13, 1962) is an American actor, comedian, and singer best known for his long-running role as SpongeBob from the SpongeBob SquarePants series.

Kenny has also voiced numerous other characters, including Heffer Wolfe in Rocko's Modern Life, the Mayor and the Narrator in The Powerpuff Girls, Eduardo in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Rabbit in Winnie the Pooh, the Ice King in Adventure Time, and Spyro from the Spyro the Dragon franchise.


Early life

Kenny was born and raised in Syracuse, New York to Paul and Theresa Kenny. As a young child, he loved drawing, and collecting record albums in the late 1960s and '70s. He went to Bishop Grimes High School, which is also located in Syracuse. He was friends with comedian Bobcat Goldthwait when they were in school, after Bobcat got in trouble with one of the teachers in the school, who dragged him into Kenny's class. The two were friends through school and after college, and appeared in films that Bobcat directed and starred in, such as Shakes the Clown, and World's Greatest Dad.[1]

Personal life

Kenny first met his wife Jill Talley in 1992 while working on The Edge, in 1992. The two have since frequently collaborated on SpongeBob, among other works. They have two children, Mack (born c. 1997), and Nora (born August 2003).

Involvement in Mixels

In Mixels, he voices Flain, SeismoTesloBerpTungsterBooger, Screeno, Mysto, Blip, Munchstache,Banjoe, Brohawk and various students and incidentals.


  • He was the first voice actor revealed in the series, during various interviews.

Sources and references


Creators: John Fang / David P. Smith

Executive Producers: Tatiana Krokar / Jennifer Pelphray / Tramm Wigzell / Brian A. Miller / Jordan Reichek / Rob Sorcher

Composers: Kiara Geller / Kevin Manthei

Other: Robert Alvarez / John Aquino / Timothy Barnes / Steven Banks / Linda Barry / Daniel Bejines / Sandy Benenati / Dominic Bisignano / Timothy J. Borquez / Andrew Brandou / Patricia Burgos / Joe Campana / Susy Campos / Vicki Caspar / Christa Castro / Andy Chiang / Richard Collado / Chris Corum / Kelley Derr / Bill Devine / Michael Diederich / Miranda Dressler / Erik Elizarrez / Karl Fischer / Rob Getzschman / Francis Giglio / Anna Granfors / Antonio Gonella / Nick Gotten / Jeff Hall / Pernelle Hayes / James Hearn / Eddie Houchins / Mike Jones / Skip Jones / Danny Kimanyen / Adrienne Lee / Stephen Lewis / Douglas McCarty / Majella Milne / Randy Myers / Nollan Obena / Tony Orozco / Tony Ostyn / Michael Ouweleen / Alicia Parkinson / Kevin Petrilak / Karie Gima Pham / Robin Police / Sherie Pollack / Maribel Pozos / Stacey Renfroe / Rob Romero / Neringa Salehi / Daisuke Sawa / Robert Serda / Donna Smith / Vitaliy Strokous / Collette Sunderman / Tony Tedford / Andy Underwood / Carolyn Urban / Maria Vitan / Glenn Wong / Vincenzo Zumpano

Voice Actors: Carlos Alazraqui / Maria Bamford / Eric Bauza / Jeff Bennett / Gregg Bissonette / Steve Blum / Rodger Bumpass / Griffin Burns / Chris Cox / Dave Fennoy / Leonard Garner / Justin Grollman / Jess Harnell / Phil Hayes / Richard Horvitz / Peter Jason / Tom Kenny / Andrew Kishino / Phil LaMarr / Daran Norris / Sam Riegel / Bumper Robinson / David P. Smith / Brian Stepanek / Cree Summer / Fred Tatasciore / Maddie Taylor / Billy West / Michael Winslow

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