|The King of Route 66 (2002)||(Voices)|
|Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit (2002)||(Cast)|
|Shenmue II (2002)||(Voices)|
|Confidential Mission (2001)||(Voice Actors)|
|Super Smash Bros.: Melee (2001)||(Voice)|
|WinBack: Covert Operations (2001)||(Voice Acting (English))|
|Covert Ops: Nuclear Dawn (2000)||(Voice Actors)|
|Dynasty Warriors 2 (2000)||(Voice Acting)|
|NASCAR Arcade (2000)||(Race Announcer)|
|Time Crisis II (1997)||(Cast)|
|Soul Blade (1996)||(Voice Actors)|
|Space Griffon VF-9 (1995)||(Professor Mabel)|
|Triad Stone (1995)||(Voice)|
|The Ocean Hunter (1998)||(Special Thanks)|
Dean Harrington DCS CCVS has been professionally involved in film and video production for over 20 years. He was a stuntman and actor in the Hong Kong film industry in the 1980s and worked with John Woo and Ringo Lam along with other notable directors and actors in the Hong Kong film scene of that era. He has also worked in US, European and Japanese films most notably "Returner" directed by Takashi Yamazaki. His voice work is noted in the Japanese game industry where he has been involved since the beginning of that industry. He is credited with voices in a large number of video games.
He became involved in the technical side of film making while working as an assistant sound-FX editor with William Oliver on the Hong Kong feature "Big Heat" in the 1980s. That was followed by involvement with independent film maker Karl Neubert and his award winning "Turns of the Wheel" and he produced his first documentary "In the World of Acupuncture" shot in China and Japan on Hi-8 video in the 1990s. He was one of the founding directors of "Tokyo International Film Shorts" in the late 1990s that was conducted at the fabulous Blue Note Jazz Club in Tokyo.
Dean is a producer and director at SpinfishTV in Tokyo. He brings a wealth of experience and vision to video production that encompasses work in front of the camera and as well as behind the scenes.
He is a noted practitioner and teacher of the internal arts of China which he as been involved with for over 35 years. He teaches Guang Ping Yang Tai Chi Chuan in Tokyo. http://web.me.com/ddharrington/iWeb/site/dean_harrington_visual.html
Last updated: Nov 15, 2010