Juan Chioran

Juan Chioran (born June 18, 1963) is an Argentine-Canadian actor and singer who is primarily associated with stage roles at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Canada. Juan Chioran is based in Stratford, Ontario.

Juan Chioran
Born (1963-06-18) June 18, 1963 (age 57)
CitizenshipArgentinian and Canadian (dual)
OccupationVoice actor, stage actor, opera singer
Years active1993–present

Chioran is all known for his voice acting roles, such as Doji in Beyblade: Metal Fusion (the first 32 episodes, later succeeded by Andrew Jackson), King Caradoc in Jane and the Dragon, and Barry Bullevardo in the animated series Iggy Arbuckle.

Stratford Shakespeare Festival creditsEdit

Chioran has played several major stage roles over the course of 13 years through 2013 at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.[1][2]

Film and televisionEdit

He has played roles including Lance Boil on Grossology. He also played the role of Francobollo Garibaldi, the father of Raven-Symoné's character in the Disney Channel Original Movie, The Cheetah Girls in 2003. In Cyberchase Season 3, he was the voice of Nero The Animal Hero, and the voice of "Art Wurst" on Detentionaire. He also played Laurie in The Perfect Son film in 2000 and Venomous Drool in Fangbone!. In Totally Spies!, he voices the Ice Cream Man in the episode "Evil Ice Cream Man Much?", although he's uncredited for the role. He was Snow Miser in the 2008 movie A Miser Brothers Christmas and Mr. Mansour in Miss BG. Chioran is known for working on the CGI series PAW Patrol when he dubs Raimundo the Ringmaster

Awards and nominationsEdit

Chioran won a Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Performing Arts Program or Series in 2000 for a televised showing of his portrayal of Count Dracula in Dracula: A Chamber Musical.[3] He was nominated for a 2007 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical for The Three Musketeers at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater in Chicago, Illinois.

Video clipsEdit

TorontoStage.com interview for "The Madonna Painter"

External linksEdit


  1. ^ Stratford Shakespeare Festival Visitors' Guides from 1993 to 2013. Stratford, Ontario, Canada
  2. ^ Stratford Shakespeare Festival production history
  3. ^ Brioux, Bill. "Gemini Award: Early Winners". Canoe.ca. Retrieved 2009-07-28.