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Steve Broadie (born late 1950s - 19 August 2001) was an American-based voice actor who provided multiple voices for games in the Sonic the Hedgehog series between 1999 and 2001.
- 1999: Sonic Adventure: E-102 Gamma, Pachacamac, Train Announcer
- 2000: Sonic Shuffle: E-102 Gamma
- 2001: Sonic Adventure 2: The President
Outside of Sonic, Broadie is best known for voicing Michael Reynolds in Illbleed and several characters in Frogger: The Great Quest. After his death, the game sleeves of Frogger: The Great Quest have a dedication to him.
Steve Broadie died of natural causes in Los Angeles, CA, on 19 July 2001, shortly after the release of Sonic Adventure 2.
- Steve Sheppard-Brodie at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia