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Who Voices Moxxie In Helluva Boss? Meet Richard Horvitz

Moxxie Knolastname is an assassin and I.M.P’s weapons master (founded by Blitzo), also one of the major lead characters of Helluva Boss. He is the lead of the team and often tends to be one of the most reasonable. The actor Richard Horvitz voices Moxxie in Helluva Boss. Below are some fascinating facts about the actor.

Meet Richard Horvitz, Who Voices Moxxie In Helluva Boss

Who Voices Moxxie In Helluva Boss
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Richard Steven Horvitz, birthed on July 29, 1966, is an American actor and comedian best known for his voice work in animated movies and computer games. He has an older brother, Louie John Horvitz, who is 20 years older than him and is a TV director and producer.

Personal Life

Richard Horvitz is a family man. He married Kristen Lazarian, a playwright and film writer, on February 9, 1996. They have 3 children: Jake Elliot Horvitz, Wyatt Horvitz, and Cole Horvitz.

Career & Voice Works

In 1976, he started his first job in commercials. Richard Horvitz initially appeared in a Freshen Up periodontal commercial, leading him to various business parts and hand-modeling tasks.

He obtained his first role in the off-Broadway production of “Oliver!” at the Aquarius Theater in Los Angeles at 13. He starred as Howie for 2 seasons in the syndicated TV comedy The Munsters Today from 1988 to 1991. Horvitz transformed his work to voice performing in 1993. He started with the voice of Alpha 5 in the online- activity series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Since then, he has been engaged in a variety of voice-acting roles in numerous animated television series. Among these roles are his portrayals of Daggett in The Angry Beavers, the characters Billy and Harold in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Zim in Kim Possible Invader Zim, Ned Frischman in Dave the Barbarian, and the voice of Grey Matter in Ben 10.

In addition to his work in animated series, Horvitz also ventured into voicing some intriguing creatures and antagonistic characters across several installments of the Power Rangers franchise. Specifically, after concluding his engagement as the voice of Alpha 5, he went on to provide the vocal performance for the character Alpha 7 in the Power Rangers Wild Force episode entitled “Forever Red.”

Television Shows

His first movie was in 1987, in the charming, funny movie Summer Schoool. Moreover, he made his very first television show part as Gary Van Sickle in the funny series Safe At Home in 1986. Horvitz made his television show debut as a voice actor in the animated movie The First Mate in The Legend of Prince Valiant in 1992.

In 2001, Horvitz did not produce, yet remained in the comedy team The MoHos with Fred Willard, developed by his wife, Mary. He and Fred were on talk shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel Live! Horvitz was also in an episode of Saturday Night Live in the brief episodes “Bear City” and “Tosh. 0.”