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Script error Script error Mark Walton (born (1968-10-24) October 24, 1968 (age 48)) is a story artist and voice actor at the Walt Disney Feature Animation. Walton is best known for voicing Rhino the hamster in Bolt.

Early life

Mark Walton was born on October 24, 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Although he is not a professional actor, Walton said in an interview, "I liked acting in high school and college. I enjoyed it. I think at some point I decided that if I was really going to be a professional actor that it would take at least everything that I would have emotionally or physically and I knew that I really wanted to pursue art."[1] He graduated from Utah State University in 1998 with a degree in Art.

Career

He was employed at the Disney Studios in 1999 on Tarzan as an additional writer. Throughout the 2000s, he became a storyboard artist on Home on the Range, "The Zit" for the TV series, Independent Lens, Chicken Little, and Meet the Robinsons. In 2004, he started his voice actor career on Home on the Range as Barry & Bob, the Longhorns. The next year, he was the voice of Goosey Loosey for the computer-animated film, Chicken Little and its video game. In 2008, he was the voice for Rhino the hamster in Bolt for which he was nominated for an Annie Award, and the short film spin-off Super Rhino.

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