Avatar: The Last Airbender credits
- Character information: Shinu
- 113. "The Blue Spirit"
Selected other credits
- Frozen (2013)
- Armored (2009)
- Beowulf (2007)
- Blades of Glory (2007)
- EuroTrip (2004)
- Clifford's Really Big Movie (2004)
- Along Came Polly (2004)
- A Goofy Movie (soundtrack performer)
- Beowulf (soundtrack performer)
- Final Fantasy XIV (video game)
- Fortune Inn (short - cinematographer, composer, director, editor, producer, and writer)
- Gothic 3 (video game)
- Justice League Heroes (video game)
- Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth II - Rise of the Witch King (video game)
- Psychonauts (video game)
- Small Hand (short - composer)
- Ultimate Spider-Man (video game)
Jameson, who has over 114 film credits, has appeared in the television series The Critic, 24, Lost, and, vocally, in Star Wars: Clone Wars as Palpatine. He has also performed in the radio adaption of Dark Empire and several other productions of Star Wars. He voiced Richard Fisk and Morbius in Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Max in the cult-classic video game Sam & Max Hit the Road, Lloyd in the video game Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits, Colonel Skowronski in the video game Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, and Jim Dear in Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure.
Jameson has also had a relatively lengthy career in music. Early on, he was a member of The American Dream, a 1960s Philadelphia band whose debut album was Todd Rundgren's first production credit. More prominent success soon followed when he briefly became the unofficial fourth member of the British blues-rock band Foghat in the mid-1970s, producing several of their albums, including Fool for the City, which spawned the band's biggest hit, "Slow Ride". Jameson's bass-playing is prominently featured on this track as well as the rest of the album. He has also released a couple of solo albums, Already Free in 1977 and A Crowd of One in 1986, the latter of which featured an obscure single, "Weatherman", which peaked at #95 on the Hot 100. Another track from A Crowd of One, "Love's Closing In", was featured on the soundtrack of the 1986 film A Fine Mess.
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