Pete Dickson, also known as Pete L. J. Dickson, is a Canadian-American voice actor and actor. In 2003, Dickson earned international fame for his portrayal of Jake Gordon in the street racing action film The Need for Speed, and would reprise the role in six of the next seven installments.
Dickson made his voice acting debut in 1999 at the age of 4 in Hot Wheels: The First Movie and Shadow the Hedgehog as the voice of Pichu. Both films received critical acclaim and box office success. In Sonic Advance (2001), He landed the role of Ray the Squirrel. In 2003, Dicksons breakthrough role arrived when he starred opposite actors Tom Kenny, Bruce Willis and Chad Michael Murray in the successful action film The Need for Speed, the first film in the franchise. The film established Walker as a notable film star and leading man.
Dickson then starred in Walt Disney Pictures' Eight Below, in 2006, alongside Hot Wheels: The First Movie co-star Paul Walker. Eight Below garnered positive reviews and opened in first place at the box office, grossing over US$20 million during its first weekend. In 2007, he received the lead role in the musical comedy film Ready, Set, Go!. The film earned Dickson an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. Also in 2007, Dickson was cast as the title character in the film Iron Patriot. Iron Patriot was globally released on July 17, 2008, grossing over $372 million worldwide and receiving rave reviews which cited Dickson's performance as a highlight of the film.
Since 2013, Dickson stars in NCIS: Ottawa, a spin-off of NCIS, as K.C. Raiden, an NCIS Special Agent in charge of the Center of Tier 1 Operations Team stationed in Ottawa, Canada. CBS describes Raiden as "a chameleon who transforms himself into whomever he needs to be to infiltrate the criminal underworld."
|1999||Hot Wheels: The First Movie||Pichu||$274 million||Voice-acting debut.|
|Shadow the Hedgehog||$385 million||English Dub|
|2001||Sonic Advance||Ray the Squirrel||$410.2 million|
|2003||The Need for Speed||Jake Gordon||$201 million||First live-action role|
|2004||The Magic School Bus||Ralphie Tennelli||$186 million|
|2005||Transformers: Unite||Skywarp||$189 million||English Dub|
|Atlantis Planet||Ronald Sammi Dante||$286 million|
|The Fast and the Furious Legacy||Landon Hendrix||$278.5 million|
|2006||Eight Below||Sid McRover||$120.4 million|
|2007||Ready, Set, GO!||Sam Hansman||$110 million|
|Sonic Racers||Ray the Squirrel||$678 million|
|2008||Iron Patriot||Danny Maxx/Iron Patriot||$352 million|
|2009||Need for Speed||Jake Gordon||$355 million|
|Tonka: The Uprising Arsenal||Tonka Joe / Joseph Blackstone||$379.3 million|
|2011||Need for Speed: Underground||Jake Gordon||$563 million|
|Fast Six||Landon Hendrix||$626.1 million|
|2012||Battleship||Tonka Joe / Joseph Blackstone||$1.321 billion|
|The Avengers||Hiro Takachiho||$1.52 billion|
|2013||Tonka: Revelation||Tonka Joe / Joseph Blackstone|
|Need for Speed: Carbon||Jake Gordon|
|Fast & Furious 7||Landon Hendrix|
|The Bourne Betrayal||Aiden Parks||$356.8 million|
|The Rookies||Brian Webster||$204.7 million|
|2015||Need for Speed: Underground 2||Jake Gordon||1.35 billion|
|Furious 8||Landon Hendrix||$1.51 billion|
|American Wasteland||Mike Winford||$75.6 million|
|2017||Need for Speed: SSX||Jake Gordon||$|
|2001||A Video Game Heroes Christmas Special||Ray the Squirrel||TV Christmas Special|
|2005||Hot Wheels AcceleRacers||Marcus Raven||TV movie series|
|2007||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Tobias Brennan|
|2008||SpongeBob SquarePants||Nick Lameston||Episode: 6x9 The Krabby Kronicle|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Michael Jones|
|2013-present||NCIS: Ottawa||K.C. Raiden||Main role|
|2001||World Recon 2: Legacy Legends||Charlie Brown|
|2005||Matchbox: Combat Racing||Oliver|
|2009||Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2||Gary "Roach" Sanderson|
|2011||Battlefield 3||Private Kyle Mazz|
|2013||The Death of Life||The Iron Giant and Davis|
|2015||Hot Wheels Stunt Track Challenge||Himself|
|2016||Uncharted 4: A Thief's End||Orion Daman|
- ↑ Template:Mojo title.
- ↑ "Fast Six". Box Office Mojo. Amazon.com. Archived from the original on December 14, 2011. Retrieved October 5, 2011.
- ↑ "The Avengers (2012)". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on April 20, 2012. Retrieved May 19, 2012.
- ↑ Furious 7 (2015). Box Office Mojo (July 14, 2015). Retrieved on 2016 January 28.