George Lowe Biography, Age, Career, Space Ghost, Movies And TV Shows, Twitter And Interview

George Lowe Biography

George Lowe originally born as George Edward Lowe is an American voice actor and comedian who was born on November 10th, 1958.

He is best known for his voice in Cartoon Network’s Space Ghost Coast to Coast where he played as Space Ghost. He has also played a part in Cartoon Planet. He voiced Space Ghost until its completion. He also made recurring appearances on Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Robot Chicken. Lowe was born in Dunedin, Florida but he grew up in Brooksville.

When he was just 15 years old, he got a job at WWJB radio station. He attended Hernando High School and graduated in 1975 and later attended the Radio Engineering Institute of Sarasota and Pasco Hernando Community College.

George Lowe Age

He was born on November 10th, 1958 in Dunedin, Florida but he grew up in Brooksville. He is 60 years old as of 2018.

George Lowe Wife| Children| Family

Despite being a celebrity, he has managed to keep his love life and also family life well hidden from the media.

George Lowe
George Lowe

George Lowe Career| Cartoon Network

George Lowe Space Ghost

He worked for TBS from 1980s to 1990s and was a cartoon network voice actor where he did voice overs in the mid 1990s. In 1994, he negan his career as a voice actor in the premier of Space Ghost Coast to Coast where he was given the role of Space Ghost. Space Ghost aired on Cartoon Network for ten years and was later renewed for new seasons on Game Tap for two seasons in and in 2006-2008 for an additional 16 episodes.

Lowe also did perform live in a costume during the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theater for Adult Swim. Lowe reprised his role as Space Ghost in the 2011 game Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion but did not in the 2012 revival of Cartoon Planet.

Space Ghost is a fictional character created by Hanna-Barbera Productions and designed by Alex Toth for CBS in the 1960s. In his original incarnation, he was a superhero who, with his teen sidekicks Jan, Jace, and Blip the monkey, fought supervillains in outer space.

Spouse(s): Björk (wife in “Knifin’ Around”); Charlene (wife on Cartoon Planet)
First appearance: “The Heat Thing” (September 10, 1966)
Creators: Joseph Barbera, Hanna-Barbera, William Hanna, Alex Toth
Movies and TV shows: Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Space Stars, MORE
Occupations: Superhero, Late-night talk show (in Space Ghost Coast to Coast)

George Lowe Other Roles

Lowe was in the dialog film, Radioland Murders which was directed by George Lucas. However, his scenes were cut off from the final film. In Sealab 2021, he appeared as Dick, the chief executive officer of the fictional Bebop Cola Company. He is playing as himself on Aqua Teen Hunger Force. He has also played as Jet Chicken on the same show.

He is a recurring actor in Artix Entertainment games. He has also made a voice appearance in the online video game, AdventureQuest Worlds. Lowe has also done voice over work for various companies, San Francisco Bay Area active rock station KSAN-FM “107.7 the Bone”, a Cumulus Media Networks station, uses Lowe’s voice in station identification spots.

Lowe also has done voiceovers for Cleveland rock station WNCX, the Fox, FX, and FXX television networks, and commercials for Dunkin’ Donuts and Capital One. His voice is also heard on bumpers of Cumulus-produced The Mark Levin Show. George Lowe also played a small role in the animated series Beetlejuice as Super Ego in the episode “Super Zeros”. Recently Lowe is one of the guests in events in the MMORPG AdventureQuest Worlds, mostly voicing his own lines along with any other guest, as well as voicing the Internet advertising for the game.

George Lowe Movies And TV Shows


Year Title Role Notes
1994 Radioland Murders Radio Announcer Uncredited
2007 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Space Ghost


Year Title Role Notes
1993–2008 Space Ghost Coast to Coast Tad Ghostal / Space Ghost, Various Appeared in all 110 Episodes in all 10 seasons
1997–98 Cartoon Planet Space Ghost
2000 Celebrity Deathmatch Willard Scott Ep. “Turn on Your TV Day”
2000 Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak Various
2000–03 The Brak Show Dad, Space Ghost, Announcer
2001 Sealab 2021 Dick Ep. “All That Jazz”
2002–15 Aqua Teen Hunger Force George, Jet Chicken, Various
2004–14 Perfect Hair Forever Space Ghost
2006–17 Robot Chicken Space Ghost, Unicorn, Mr. Big, Tron, Horton, Doctor Strange
2008 Assy McGee Coroner, Doctor
2009–10 Squidbillies Wrestling Promo Announcer
2011 The B.S. of A. with Brian Sack Various
2017 American Dad! Cyrus Mooney Ep. “The Long Bomb”

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2000 The Grinch Narrator Uncredited
2011 Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion Space Ghost

George Lowe Twitter

Video interview of George Lowe the voice of Space Ghost

Buffalo Comicon 2018


Published on; September 13, 2018, 1:40 pm

This weekend is Buffalo Comicon. That means that it’s time to get dressed up as your favorite superhero or video character. Once you’re good to go, you can head on over to the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, where you can mingle with some pretty awesome talents, including Jim Shooter was one of the writers for Superman at DC Comics – he started when he was 13 years old in 1965! Shooter also wrote for the Avenger series, and headed up the creative teams that developed G.I. Joe and Transformers. If you’ve been looking to rub shoulders with someone that understands what it takes to create legendary superheroes, Shooter is your guy.

Buffalo’s best pressing expert, Mr. Darren Tucci, will also be on hand to discuss ways to upgrade comic collections, starting with ways to “press” them. Tucci, who runs a business called Pressing Matters, can also answer myriad other questions pertaining to comic book collections, including pricing.

Roselyn Kasmire will be at the show as Supergirl – Kasmire is also a local children’s book author. The event will also feature free comic books, artists, Indy publishers, inkers, Ninja Turtles, The North Ridge Star Wars Fan Force, The Buffalo Ghostbusters, Stephanie Phillips – graphic artist and comic book writer, American Force Academy (martial arts school), Power Ranger Kat Hillard, Yellow Zeo Ranger Nakia Burrise, actor Jeremy Palko, author Alec Frazier, Via Bella, George Edward Lowe – the voice of Space Ghost, Upstate NY unit of the Fighting 501st Legion, Author/publisher Sam Miserendino, Bob Hubbard -cosplay pinup artist, Queen City Pinups, Susan Hubbard as Steampunk Harley, The Justice League of WNY, WNY’s biggest Cosplay, virtual reality and video gaming, costume/cosplay contest, and a heck of a lot more.