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Nathan Zellner is a former Rooster Teeth employee, and actor best known for providing the voice of Andy the Bomb in the Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles.

Early Life and Career Edit

Nathan was born on August 2, 1975 in Greeley, Colorado, United States. He has an older brother named David Zellner (an American film director).

Although Nathan provided the voice for Andy the Bomb, he also gave voice to his Epsilon counterpart in Red vs. Blue: Season 9. He also served as the voice of the Alien in Red vs. Blue: Season 4 and the Insurrectionist Sniper in Red vs. Blue: Season 10.

Nathan was responsible for certain visual effects in Red vs. Blue, such as the F.I.L.S.S. console located in the Freelancer Offsite Storage Facility in Red vs. Blue: Revelation. He has also appeared in several Rooster Teeth Shorts.

After posting a photo on the 26th July 2013, on his Facebook page [1], Burnie Burns responded to a fan's comment and stated:

"Nathan no longer works at RT. Hopefully we can work together again on something in the future. [2]"
Burnie Burns

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Trivia Edit

  • Nathan is also a director and producer, as well as being an actor: he served as a producer and actor in his brother David's 2014 award-winning film Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter. Visit his IMDB profile to find out more.
  • Along with his brother, David Zellner, Nathan runs an independent film company Zellner Bros.
  • According to Joel Heyman and Burnie Burns, Nathan would work for hours on end and say two sentences at most.

References Edit

  1. Group photo: Rooster Teeth 2013
  2. Burnie's comment in response to a fan's question

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