|2021 Golden Stake Nomination|
|This article was nominated in the 2021 Golden Stake Awards. It was nominated for the following category: Best Voice Actor (male)|
However, it didn't win for this category
Mark Justin Roiland (born February 21, 1980) is an American actor and producer. He is best known for co-creating the Adult Swim series Rick and Morty alongside Dan Harmon, in which he voices the title characters. He is also known as the voice of Oscar on the Disney Channel's animated television show Fish Hooks, and the voice of Blendin Blandin in the hit Disney Channel animated series, Gravity Falls. He also hosts a podcast along with Jackie Buscarino and Ryan Ridley called The Grandma's Virginity, and acts in, writes, directs, and produces humorous live-action and animated shorts, most notably for Channel 101 and Acceptable TV. Justin Roiland is the co-creator of an animated television show on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim called Rick and Morty. Justin also voiced the Earl of Lemongrab in the series Adventure Time in the episodes "Too Young" and "You Made Me," and he also voiced the Lemongrab 2 in the latter. In "Too Old," in addition to voicing the Earls of Lemongrab, he voiced Lemonhope, Lemonjon, and the other Lemon People.
While in an interview, Justin talked about his initial auditioning process. He says, "It's funny because I didn’t audition, so when I came to the record we had to find the character's voice. I feel like I jumped right into this screamy thing and Pen laughed and just said, “That’s it”, and we went with it. That record was wild."