John William DiMaggio (born September 4, 1968) is an American voice actor and beatboxer. A native of North Plainfield, New Jersey, he is known for his gruff, deep voice and New Jersey accent, which he uses to voice mainly villains and anti-heroes. He is best known for his voice roles of Bender in Futurama, Dr. Drakken and Motor Ed in Kim Possible, Marcus Fenix in the Gears of War series, Wakka as well as Kimahri Ronso in Final Fantasy X, The Juggernaut in X-Men Legends and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, Schnitzel in the animated child comedy Chowder, Bobo Haha and Skalamander on Generator Rex and The Joker in the eighth installment of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series Batman: Under the Red Hood, as well as Tux Dog on the Problem Solverz. He also currently voices the Niblet the Sheepdog in Pound Puppies. DiMaggio later provided the voice of the Autobot Leadfoot in Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
On Nickelodeon, he voiced SpongeBob's cousin BlackJack in the SpongeBob SquarePants episode of the same name, El Oso and General Chapuza on El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, Tad and Lunk Chump on Catscratch, Yum Yum on Fanboy and Chum Chum, Lava Mole on Breadwinners, and Actor Toph and Actor Iroh in the Avatar: The Last Airbender episode "The Ember Island Players". He also voiced Bud in the Nickelodeon Movie Barnyard and guest-starred as Pizza Face in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He currently voices Mr. Grouse and Flip on The Loud House, on which he has also voiced Chunk and Jeff Miller, as well as Angus Shackleton on Middlemost Post.
DiMaggio is also known for voicing Rico in The Penguins of Madagascar, a role he originated from the original Madagascar films. He also voiced Bada the Gorilla, Burt the Elephant, Hans the Puffin, and various minor characters for the show.
DiMaggio voiced many characters for shorts on Random! Cartoons. In "Solomon Fix", he voiced Mumpy, and he voiced Roy in the episode "6 Monsters". His most notable character on Random! Cartoons, however, was Jake the Dog in the short "Adventure Time", a role he would later reprise as a regular character when the short was spun off into the Cartoon Network series of the same name.