Andrew Pifko is a Canadian actor, comedian, singer, and voice actor, who has worked on numerous projects since beginning his career in 1999.

Andrew Pifko
OccupationActor, voice actor, comedian, singer
Years active1999-present


Andrew has both appeared as and voiced various characters in several TV series such as Queer as Folk, Rescue Heroes, and 'Til Death Do Us Part. He also voiced the playable character Aldo Trapani in The Godfather video games, which are based on the film The Godfather.

Personal lifeEdit

He is the older brother of actress Cara Pifko.



Year Title Role Notes
1999 Hidden Agenda Hospital Attendant
2001 In Camera Officer Fulton Dial
2002 Fancy Dancing Hobo Uncredited
2003 Rescue Heroes: The Movie Matt Medic[1] Voice role
2003 The Gospel of John[2] Tristan Gemmill Philip
2016 Why You Won't Actually Move to Canada: Even If Trump Wins Abby Short film
2016 Game of Thrones Divorce Agon Dewarian Short film
2018 The Maestro Henry Mancini
2018 Escape Dad Short film
2018 Daddy Issues Simon Craw
2019 Playmobil: The Movie S.K.U.L.L. Scientist (voice) Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1999 Comedy Central Presents - Elvira Kurt Featured Comic
1999-2002 Rescue Heroes Matt Medic (voice) Recurring cast
2001 Blue Murder Russell Tammen Episodes: "Black Sheep" and "All Saints"
2002 Queer as Folk Quentin Episode: "Wherever That Dream May Lead You"
2002-2011 Elemental Dragons Duke Decker (voice) 280 episodes
2003 Playmakers Doctor Episode: "Choice: Part 2"
2003-2004 An American in Canada Guest Star
2004-2005 Da Boom Crew Elder Pentaped, Additional Voice (voice)[1] 13 episodes
2006 At the Hotel Pete Episodes: "Welcome to the Rousseau" and "I F***ed Lou Reed"
2006-2009 Tank Overhaul Narrator (voice) 8 episodes
2007 Bakugan Battle Brawlers Naga Episode: "Bakugan Battle Begins"
2007 'Til Death Do Us Part Darin Prescott Episode: "The Pond Scum Murder"
2007 Across the River to Motor City Doctor Green Episode: "Stranger in the House"
2007 Erky Perky Armandor (voice) Episode: "Broken Wings"
2007 Magi-Nation Adar (voice)[1]
2007 Hoff's New Direction Jeremy Lalonde Television film
2010 Octane Pistols of Fury Vinny Television film
2010 Missed Connections Live Rabbi Episode: "When Morty Met Esther"
2012 The Mentalist Wyck Theissens Episode: "Red is the New Black"
2012 The Big C Eduardo Episodes: "Vaya Con Dios" and "Fly Away"
2012 Mike & Molly Priest Episode: "Karaoke Christmas"
2012-2013 Two and a Half Men Man Episodes: "Give Santa a Tail-Hole" and "Welcome to Alancrest"
2012 A.N.T. Farm Bruce Episode: "EndurANTs"
2012 Gravity Falls Additional Voice [1] Episode: "Dipper vs. Manliness"
2013 Childrens Hospital Steve Perry Episode: "Imaginary Friends"
2016 Legends of Tomorrow Gilbert Episode: "Marooned"
2017 Tiny House, Big Living Narrator (voice) Episode: "The Simple Container Life"
2017 Screen Junkies Roasts Walt Disney Episode: "Screen Junkies Presents: The Roast of Beauty and the Beast"
2017 NCIS: Los Angeles Maitre' D / Steffen Episode: "Getaway"
2017 Criminal Minds The Doctor Episode: "Wheels Up"
2018 Timeless Young Rudy Giuliani Episode: "The Day Reagan Was Shot"
2019 Mom Man Episode: "A Whistling Nostril and a Ball of Fire"
2019 Carmen Sandiego Antonio / El Topo, Miro (voices)[1] 4 episodes
2019 Dwight in Shining Armor Macklyn the Fox Episodes: "Shackled" and "Dragon"

Video gamesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Godfather Aldo "The Player" Trapani (voice)[1] Based on The Godfather films
2006 The Godfather: Mob Wars Aldo "The Player" Trapani (voice)
2006 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas Logan Keller, Brody Lukin (voices)[1]
2007 The Godfather: The Don's Edition Aldo "The Player" Trapani (voice)
2007 The Godfather: Blackhand Edition Aldo "The Player" Trapani (voice)
2011 TERA: The Exiled Realm of Arborea Baraka Elder, Castanic, High Elf (voices)
2012 Hitman: Absolution Additional Voices (voice)
2014 The Elder Scrolls Online Additional Voices (voice)
2019 Rage 2 Wellspring Guard Captain, Winners Lounge, River Hog Narrative (voices)[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Andrew Pifko". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved October 10, 2019.
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