Carlos Alazraqui
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Full Name Carlos Jaime Alazraqui
Gender Male
Date of Birth July 20, 1962
Birthplace Yonkers, New York, USA
Occupation Actor, comedian, impressionist, voice actor and singer.
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Carlos Jaime Alazraqui (born July 20, 1962) is an American actor, comedian, impressionist, voice actor and singer. He is best known for his role as Deputy James Garcia on the Comedy Central series Reno 911!. His voice-over work includes the role of Bobbi Fabulous on Phineas and Ferb, the Taco Bell chihuahua, Denzel Q. Crocker and Juandissimo Magnifico on The Fairly OddParents!, Rocko on Rocko's Modern Life, Lazlo in Camp Lazlo, Mr. Caliente in Fish Hooks, Stinkbug in T.U.F.F. Puppy and as Mr. Weed in Family Guy. In 1994, he auditioned in Nintendo of America for the voice of widely popular video game star Mario but was beaten by Charles Martinet.

He provides the voice for Bracket in Motorcity

Early life

Alazraqui was born in Yonkers, New York, to Argentine parents and moved to Concord, California, at an early age. Eventually, he moved to Sacramento to attend college at CSUS, where he began competing in open mic contests. After winning in his fourth year of competing at the San Francisco International Comedy Competition, he took his prize money and moved to Los Angeles.


Voice work

Alazraqui has since performed several voices for Nickelodeon cartoons, including Rocko on Rocko's Modern Life, as well as Denzel Q. Crocker and Juandissimo Magnifico on The Fairly OddParents, Winslow T. Oddfellow and Lube on CatDog, and additional voices on Angry Beavers and KaBlam!. Alazraqui also voiced several additional voices for the Cartoon Network shows, Cow and Chicken and I Am Weasel during their runs in the mid-late 1990s. He also voiced the titular protagonist of the first game in the Spyro the Dragon series, the Taco Bell chihuahua, Rikochet in the first two seasons of ¡Mucha Lucha! and Mr. Weed (the head of the "Happy Go Lucky" toy factory) on Family Guy. It is mentioned in the DVD commentary track that Alazraqui was reluctant to leave the Family Guy series. In particular, Seth McFarlane suggests that the death of Alazraqui's character, Mr. Weed, took the actor by surprise.

In 2005, he added the voices for two Cartoon Network series – The Life and Times of Juniper Lee where he played Monroe, a guardian dog with a Scottish accent and two characters in Camp Lazlo: Lazlo and Clam. In 2006 added Salty Mike from Squirrel Boy and Walden in Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! on Nick Jr. to his credits. He played Wisk in Glen Hill's 2000 film version of L. Frank Baum's The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus. He also provided the voice of Nestor in Happy Feet.

Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, a storyboard writer for Rocko's Modern Life, described Alazraqui's normal voice as bearing "no accent at all". Marsh describes Alazraqui's "Scottish accent" as "one of the best" and that he performs his other accents as "all very well". According to Marsh, Alazraqui uses various accents in his comedy routines.[4]

Alazraqui also does work for the Disney Channel on the Playhouse Disney show Handy Manny. He provides the voice for Felipe, the bilingual Phillips-head screwdriver, and for Abuelito, Manny's grandfather. He was also the original "voice guy" on the Stephanie Miller Show. His replacement was voice actor Jim Ward, who had previously substituted for him. In January 2008, he returned to fill in for Jim Ward briefly while he recovered from surgery.


Alazraqui is known for his live-action work in the mockumentary series Reno 911!, in which he played Deputy James Garcia for five seasons (2003–2008). He played the same role in the series' spinoff film, Reno 911! Miami. As a nod to this role, he also played a "bumbling" Reno cop in the CSI episode "Let it Bleed". He has been a celebrity on the Tom Bergeron version of Hollywood Squares.


Alazraqui has written and starred in The Last White Dishwasher, a short film co-starring Tara Strong. In 2009 Alazraqui collaborated with Ted Nicolaou on a web series "The Club"[5] which was released in November 2010. "The Club" features Jill-Michele Meleán, Debra Wilson, Johnny A. Sanchez, Lori Alan and Daran Norris among others.


Animated series

Live-action roles

Movie roles

Year   Title Role
1998 The Godson Tony Montana
An All Dogs Christmas Carol
A Bug's Life Additional voices
1999 Dirt Merchant Ronny Orlando
2000 The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus Wisk
CatDog: The Great Parent Mystery Winslow/Lube
2001 Osmosis Jones Additional voices
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse Panchito
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Sheen's Dad
2002 Shteps Nigel Bell
2003 Spanish Fly Enrique
2004 I Downloaded a Ghost Winston Pritchett
Soccer Dog: European Cup Director Blair
Combustion Kenny Barrows
Howl's Moving Castle Additional Voices
Kangaroo Jack: G'Day U.S.A.! Dude #1
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Goofy Goober announcer/Squire/Thief
2005 The Toy Warrior
¡Mucha Lucha!: The Return of El Malefico Rikochet/Mr. Midcarda/Slurf
The Proud Family Movie Puff/Board member
2006 Happy Feet Néstor
2007 Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? Lazlo/Clam/Hippo/Bear
Reno 911!: Miami Deputy James Garcia
Ben 10: Race Against Time Grey Matter
2008 Space Chimps Houston
Ponyo Additional Voices
2009 Open Season 2 Furry Tail Clan
The Haunted World of El Superbeasto Bennie Redriguez
2010 Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! Conductor
The Invited Charlie Evans
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths Breakdance/Secret Service agent
Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back Houston/Piddles the Clown/Camera guy  
Toy Story 3 Additional voices
Batman: Under the Red Hood Chi Chi/Thug #1
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore Cat gunner/Cat spy analyst
Sex Tax: Based on a True Story Branson
2011 Happy Feet Two Néstor
2012 Justice League: Doom Bane
2013 Planes El Chupacabra

Video game roles


Awards and Nominations

  • 2011 - Annie Award for Best Voice Acting in a Television Production - Nominated
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