David Brimmer (also credited as Michael Alston Bailey, Michael Alston Baley, David J. Brimmer, and J. David Brimmer) is an American voice actor in the 2003 animated series, Fast Forward, and Back to the Sewer. Brimmer has been choreographing violence in New York, as well as in regional theaters around the country for over 20 years: from the current national tour of Jekyll & Hyde and the Off-Broadway productions of Bug and Killer Joe to the Joseph Papp Public Theater’s Blood Wedding. His choreography has been nominated for a Douglas Fairbanks Award for Excellence in Theater and his work is currently on file at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Recently he choreographed the violence in the musical Spring Awakening on Broadway
He is the creator and current instructor of the stage combat program at New York University’s (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts, and has taught at The Meisner Extension, the Classical Studio, the Stella Adler Conservatory, the Lee Strasberg Institute, the Playwrights Horizons Theater School, Atlantic Theater Company, and the Yale School of Drama. He is a former President of the New York Fight Ensemble (NYFE) and a member of the Society of American Fight Directors, holding the title of “Fight Master.”
Brimmer’s approach to fight choreography focuses on the reality of pain; an often overlooked element to stage and Hollywood fights. In his classes, students are asked to live through the situation of hurting or getting hurt. Warm up exercises include “Mike Ball,” “Assassins,” and “The Poison-Arm Samurai.”
Amanda Brown is the voice actress for Starlee Hambrath in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward. She was most known for voicing Zoey Hanson in Mew Mew Power.
Eva Christensen (also named as Eva Kaminsky) is the voice actor for Viral in Fast Forward and Back to the Sewer. She has provided voice-over for several properties of 4Kids Entertainment.
Darren Dunstan is the voice actor for Splinter in the 2003 animated series, Fast Forward, Back to the Sewer, Turtles Forever and various video games. He has provided voice-over and voice direction on several properties of 4Kids Entertainment.
David Zen Mansley is a voice actor in the 2003 animated series, Fast Forward,Back to the Sewer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare. He has also provided the voice for Armand_Aniskov on the cartoon series Speed Racer: The Next Generation. And the voice of Nefertari Nebra on One Piece and Lord Van Bloot on Chaotic. He is also the Director, Writer, and Producer of the film The Blood. He has also worked on visual effects of films like Tremors 4: The Legend Begins, X2, The Arrival, The Pagemaster, Heart and Souls, Cast a Deadly Spell, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, From Beyond. And has worked on the art department of films such as Where Sleeping Dogs Lie, Trancers II, The Pit and the Pendulum, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka. He also was the Production Designer on the film Psychic Detectives.
In addition to voice work, Mansley works off-broadway as an actor, director, set-designer, and script writer.
Marc Odgers is an actor who voiced the red (rightmost) head of Triple Threat in Fast Forward.
Michael “Mike” Ryan was a writer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), Fast Forward and Back to the Sewer. He wrote most of the episodes for the first 4 seasons.
Marc Diraison (Born February 2, 1975 in San Rafael, California) is an American voice actor for the 2003 animated series, Fast Forward, and Back to the Sewer. He is best known as the voice as Guts in Berserk.
|Weapon(s) of choice||Turtle X, Ninja Tek Hockey Scythe|
|Eye color||Green, Black|
|Out of universe information|
|Era(s)||Fast Forward, Back to the Sewer|
|First appearance||Future Shellshock!|
|Voiced by||Pete Capella|
Cody Jones is the great grandson of April O’Neil and Casey Jones. He is the heir apparent to O’Neil Tech. He accidentally brought theTurtles and Splinter to the year 2105. He created Turtle X, which is a machine with great power. He was learning ninjutsu from the Turtles.
All his life, Cody had mainly lived inside his penthouse, mainly to protect him from outside influences. When his parents passed away, his uncle Darius Duntook legal guardianship over him and position of CEO of O’Neil Tech
Cody had always been entranced by artifacts of the past, mostly connected to the Turtles, whom his great-grandparents mention in their journal. He once tried to create a time window to enable him to see the Turtles’ exploits but accidentally brought them and Splinterto 2105. He had Serling, his robotic caretaker, to go an retrieve them before they get into trouble. Serling was only able to get everyone but Mikey, who was separated from the others. But thanks to the work of two geniuses (Donatello & Cody), they were able to locate him with his residue temporal signature and rescued him from the Street Phantoms.
Next day, Cody tried to reproduce the same effect for the time window but failed. He needed to repair a damaged circuit board but needed to go to O’Neil Tech to get it. Just then, Darius comes in as the others disappear. Darius lectures Cody over the importance of his safety and that it would be best to stay inside. But the Turtles convinced him to take a slide on the wild side and go straight to O’Neil Tech. So Darius decided to show him how dangerous the outside was by unleashing his Inuwashi Gunjin to capture him. But the Gunjin threaten Cody’s life in exchange for their freedom. Thankfully, the Turtles arrive to save him, armed with futuristic weapons made by a transcendental lathe.
Eventually, Cody is able to repair the time window to send the Turtles back.Tempus Fugit He later watches his great grandparents wedding though the time window.
Cody is a combination of both April’s smarts and Casey’s hardheadness.
By the end of the episode Playtime’s Over, it is revealed by Starlee that his full name is Cody Augustus Jones. It is probably in honor of April’s uncle Augustus O’Neil.
|Weapon(s) of choice||Ninja-nudgin’ Knife|
|Occupation||Gang leader, Thief|
|Height||5′ 8 “|
|Out of universe information|
|Voiced by||Tom Wayland|
Jammerhead is the leader of the Street Phantoms and the first villain the Turtles fight in “Fast Forward”. He is a cyborg and has appeared in the following episodes: Future Shellshock!, Playtime’s Over, Invasion of the Bodyjacker and Enter the Jammerhead.
A Jammerhead action figure was released in the standard wave ofFast Forward figures in 2006. In 2008, a Mini-Mutants version was released, packaged with Extreme Sports Leonardo.