Cameron A. Clarke (born November 6, 1957 in Burbank, California) is an American voice actor, made famous for his many starring roles in popular video games and animated television and film. He is the son of horror B movie actor and director Robert Clarke. His mother is Alyce Driggs, one of the famous "King Sisters" (a stage name the family used), the Mormon singing quartet from Salt Lake City, who had their own television variety show from 1965-69. In Latter Day Saint circles, Cam Clarke is best known as the original "Jimmy Flinders" character during the 1970s, from the hit LDS musical, "Saturday's Warrior".
Clarke is perhaps best known for his roles as Shotaro Kaneda in Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira (1988), Max Sterling and Lancer in the 1985 Robotech series, Rigadon in Around the World with Willy Fog in 1986, Dogtanian in Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds in 1987, Leonardo and Rocksteady in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, and Liquid Snake in the popular Metal Gear...
Troops is a mockumentary film by Kevin Rubio, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. In the film, Imperial stormtroopers from the infamous Black Sheep Squadron patrolling the Dune Sea on the planet Tatooine run into some very familiar characters while being filmed for the hit Imperial TV show Troops.
The film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects equipment, as well as fans with movie-quality costumes.
Rubio finished the film while working at the Fox Kids Network, and was able to use well-known voice talent in his cast, including Jess Harnell, Cam Clarke, and announcer Bill Farmer.
The film has proven incredibly popular with Star Wars fans, and was awarded the inaugural Pioneer Award in the Lucasfilm-sponsored 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0153301