Robbie Rist

Robbie Rist


Actor and musician Robbie Rist is best known in the voice-over world for voicing Michaelangelo in the 1990s live-action "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" films, Mondo Gecko in the current Nickelodeon "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" animated series, Stuffy the dragon in "Doc McStuffins," Whiz in "Kidd Video," and Star in "Balto."

Robbie Rist is a musician who has performed as the lead singer, guitarist, bassist and/or drummer for several Los Angeles rock bands, including Wonderboy, The Andersons, Cockeyed Ghost, Nice Guy Eddie, and Steve Barton and the Oblivion Click. He has also produced several records for bands such as Suzy & Los Quattro, Backline, Ginger Britt and the Mighty, Jeff Caudill, Steve Barton and the Oblivion Click, Nice Guy Eddie, Kingsizemaybe and The Mockers, as well as the album “Automatic Toaster” for The Robinoos.

He often plays with his band around Los Angeles, and currently performs “K-Tel Sundays” 70s song review every Sunday afternoon  with his band at Pickwick Bowl’s Riverside Concert Hall.

In addition to his voice work in shows like the 2012 “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” animated series as Mondo Gecko, Stuffy the dragon in “Doc McStuffins,” and movies like the original 1990s live-action “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” films as Michaelangelo, his live-action work is equally known. He is perhaps best known for playing Cousin Oliver in the final six episodes of “The Brady Bunch” when he was a child, and more recently, played Robbie the Bus Driver in the Syfy horror film, “Sharknado.”

Robbie will be performing with the Tazmaniacs, a band that voice actors Debi Derryberry, Jim Cummings, and Rob Paulsen, founded over twenty years ago.